There is no RAID driver for your laptop as RAID uses multiple (at least two drives); you only have the one.
Since you only have the single SATA drive, the BIOS should only see it and no other. If you have an external drive hooked up, disengage it until the install is finished. Windows SHOULD
be able to utilize the SATA drive as is without any additional drivers. the drivers from the HP website should be installed after Windows is up and running as they are better than the default Windows drivers, but Windows will use its own drivers to install itself.
If you are trying to hit F6 and install a 3rd party RAID driver... STOP! That does not apply to your situation at all. Ignore it and it will pass in a few seconds and continue on with the install. If it won't, use GParted
to format your driver and start over from scratch... without trying to install a RAID driver.