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Windows 8 and Linux Mint dual boot

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Hey guys

I want to install the new Linux Mint 14 to dual boot with my Windows 8. I have created a new partition of 100GB for the new system. At the moment I have two partitions, one with 600GB for my Windows 8 and the new formatted partition I created with 100GB.
The problem is, when I try to boot the Mint files from the DVD or a USB drive I get a message saying Invalid Partition Table and I'm not not able to proceed for the Mint installation.
Just wondering what is wrong...You help is appreciated!!

Thank you!!! :help:
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