It shows that you partitioned your drive to be NTFS and FAT16. Red Hat Linux cannot be installed onto either of these partitions.
You can set the 9073M partition to be Linux native. Use the tool on your RH cd called 'fdisk' (or 'cfdisk') and use that to make the FAT16 partition either free space (then disk-druid will partition it for you) or Linux native and Linux swap. I would recommend using 'fdisk' to delete the 9073M partition. Write the new partition table to the disk, and try to install RH7 again. Hopefully, it will detect the free space, automatically partition it for you, and you will be good to go.