Wow, you need to sort out your writing because it's confusing the **** out of me. Alright let's just check you've got everything hooked up correctly.
Every hard drive needs its own SATA cable connected to the motherboard, and its own power cable connected to the power supply with a 4-pin molex connector. Firstly check that all drives are connected in two ways on both ends.
Secondly, you can't just take any three of those SATA ports on the motherboard, as it uses two differently RAID controllers. The red ones are the ones connected to the southbridge, the two black ones are for the built-in JMicron controller, do not
use the black ones unless you have installed and set up RAID (someone else can tell you more about this, I've never done RAID).
If the problem persists try one drive at a time in the same SATA port, see if they're all recognised individually, find out which ports to use, and then hook them all up.
Now for your IDE drives, they both need their own power connector leading to the power supply, and you need one IDE cable that is connects your motherboard with your first optical drive and goes onto your second.
Before you hook your drives up, check the jumpers on them. They are displayed in this picture
. You'll want to put the pin on Cable Select for both drives, if that does not work, put one on Master and the other on Slave.
Connect all of the drives, boot the pc, select your preferred DVD drive to be the primary booting device, put a Windows disc in and install the mother****er. If you're still having problems, let me know.