So I am re-installing at the minute (I am on a school computer now). I may have screwed the Windows installation up already. I restarted the system, pressed F12 go the Boot, selected cd/dvd etc. and pressed enter. I then selected the language. Then the options came up for what to do with the Recovery drive and the main Drive (the one with the most space -- the bigger one). I chose the latter, but I Formated (erased) both of them. The guide says "Before you can install Windows Vista, you may need to change the boot order in the BIOS so that the computer boots from the installation disc instead of the hard drive." I didn't do this. Is that a problem?
I may have already scrwed it up. Not blaming you, but that guide is hard to follow.
EDIT: I screwed it up. The C drive only has like 15 GB while the D has 450 GB. I switched them somehow...I think I need to just re-do it but change the boot order? I hope Formating both drives didn't do anything bad either
Edited by Jagst3r15, 09 February 2010 - 11:07 PM.