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[Fedora 27] Anaconda not recognising HDD

I'm not new to dualbooting Fedora with Windows 10, but this is the first time I've attempted to do so on a UEFI laptop instead of the traditional BIOS. I've disabled Secure Boot and Fast Boot, and I can manage to boot the Fedora 27 live image from my thumbdrive, but under Installation Destination I can only see my thumbdrive, there is no indication of the HDD. In Windows 10 I've created 400GB of unallocated space for my installation of Fedora, but it does not show up in Anaconda as an installation destination. I've never encountered this problem before, and the laptop in question is an Asus K401U with a 1.0TB HGST HDD.

Win10 Disk Management (see Disk 0):

Anaconda "Installation Destination":

Full disk summary and boot order in Fedora 27:

Any advice is welcome, thanks!