Hi and Welcome!
how is your Sata controller configured in BIOS setup?
The only chance to boot off this drive for Windows installation is to have it configured in IDE compatible mode. And even then it is not sure if it works.
Is there something like a boot menu you can access by pressing a key?
Or play with boot priority - let the machine boot off Sata/SCSI whatever the options are.
You will run into this problem with any Sata optical drive regardless of brand, since this is a mainboard or controller related issue.