So the interwebs tells me three things.
- The hard drive or SSD where the OS is being stored is hosed. Access the recovery environment from Windows installation by clicking on "Repair this computer" when presented with installation options. If you don't have that, try pressing F8 when booting to see if a menu pops up. If it does, select "Repair this computer"
Either way, you need to open the command prompt and run CHKDSK on the drive.
- The BIOS has issues with your hardware. Go to ECS's website, look up the motherboard model, download the latest stable BIOS version (if it's beta, do not use it). If it works like any other BIOS updater, stick the files in the top directory of a thumb drive, insert the drive in the computer, boot it up into BIOS, and find the update BIOS option. It should find it on the thumb disk and take over from there.
- The drivers that Windows is using are hosed. This probably means whatever install media you have isn't working right, since there's no reason to install hard drive/SSD drivers anymore.