Gosh... if you're gonna ask for help, slow down
long enough to allow someone to reply!
Turn the computer off,
and go out and play a rousing game of tennis. Or maybe racquetball if you don't have a partner. The computer will still be there tomorrow, but your head will be clearer.
And you know, when you "plunge in" to the world of Linux, one thing that you must somehow prepare yourself for is that you will gain a new appreciation of just how good
at what they do! They make it look easy. And furthermore this might well be the first
time that you have actually tried to install an operating system on any
computer: what do you expect, and are those expectations reasonable?
The most important bit of advice that I would give to anyone
who "wants to try Linux" is that he or she should use a separate computer that you do not care about
your "main battle-axe!" At the very, very least, use a separate drive
. (Gently unplug the power-connector from the Windows drive, with the power turned off, of course, so that it becomes physically impossible
for "whatever you do with Linux" to affect anything that's on that Windows drive.) Give yourself an "out." Plan your "exit strategy."