You should have no problem at all installing any SSD with the SATA mode set to AHCI, I've done that many times.
But, I use Intel chipset boards, and AMD is different. Try the following:
Clear the CMOS/BIOS before you start. Use default BIOS settings, but check the SATA settings for AHCI mode.
Only have the SSD connected to the board during the Win 7 installation, no other drives except the DVD drive, if you use that for an installation disk. This is very important.
Find the AMD port 0 or 1, the first AMD SATA port on the board. That matters. Set the SATA mode to AHCI on that port before you start the installation. AMD's SATA settings are over complex and confusing IMO, double check them. It sounds like you may have had the 335 connected to a secondary SATA controller on the board, like a Marvell. Do not use those for installing Windows! You must identify the correct SATA port to use.
If you created a partition on the 335 before the installation, delete it and let Windows format it during the installation. You must format the SSD if it has a Windows installation on it before you try again.
You should not need to install an AHCI driver during the installation of Windows 7, but installing the AMD AHCI driver when that option is available may help. You'll need the AMD "F6" AHCI driver, copied to a USB flash drive connected to a USB 2.0 port on the boards I/O panel. Do not remove the flash drive unitl Windows reboots the first time during the installation.