I, in fact, used both the options. I rebooted from the command line for the first time. The end result is the grub menu with command line with no images to boot. Then I decided to install from the beginning. After I was congratulated about my successful installation I, this time, manually pressed the restart button. The result was the same.I did not use LVM during partitioning. Now, I don't know where exactly I went wrong. As live installation was not working for me I had to fdisk mbr using the DOS disk to get back to Win.
Last edited by Prithwish; 02-19-2008 at 07:38 AM.
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