Thanks Lanceomni, reflashing the 828 bios and F7 did the trick. Interesting the option that came up was "UEFI: USB USB Hard Drive" and this option only appeared when I had a second USB plugged in that contained the flash bios. With the OS X 10.9 installation USB plugged in alone the options were "Install Mavericks 10.9" and "P2: Kingston Travaller". Plugging back in the second bios USB brought back the "UEFI: USB USB Hard Drive" option. Selecting this caused the bios to find and load the Mavericks installation USB drive. This maybe an issue limited to Kingston USB drives? I only mention this in case someone else sees the same boot options. In any case OS X 10.9 loaded fine after hanging up at the "installation complete in about 1 second" message for about 20 mins. The UEFI installation now allows the computer to fully shutoff when pressing the power button before under Bios the computer would shut down but then reboot after a couple of seconds forcing me to shutoff the power supply.
When doing the Windows 7 installation should I unplug the OS X drive and boot using Windows PE to format the separate hard drive to the GPT format? I believe Windows PE will then allow me to load the Windows image file off the DVD. I don't see a UEFI option for the DVD drive so I am thinking this may be the best way to proceed.
I also corrected my post above to correctly reference Lanceomni rather than akindly.for post #856.
I have no experience with Preinstallation Environment installs. I would consider researching "Windows PE UEFI" for how to install. Just make sure that the install steps do not format your drive, if same is OSX install.