Recently i decided to check out a linux distro (Ubuntu) with a live cd and i liked it, so i decided to install it on my pc. I did that and somebody talked me out of using linux and i tried to un-install ubuntu, except i did it the wrong way by guessing how and not reffering to the internet for the proper way of doing so.
Guess what, i booted up in windows xp and deleted the linux swap and ext3 partitions, and i couldnt access XP or Ubuntu.
So i was like oh no, i booted up the XP Installation CD after wiping the harddrive with some software(and added a new partition for windows) and i got to the Partition Select part of the XP Setup and it showed the Partions as unknown,Now right there at that one section of the installation i can press Exit,Delete Partition,Create Partition and i get a Blue Screen. (I get not even 0% of XP installed)
The partition i created was correct im pretty sure, drive letter was C: ,and the filesystem is NTFS
Im not sure what to do, i've been trying to fix it for 3 or 4 days now, and im at my wits end.
(Disc is fine)
Please Help, and Thanks in advance.
Edited by Pat 2007, 23 January 2007 - 09:47 PM.