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no i dont have any special circumstances
i just dont know how to install i didnt understand how can i boot with my cd-rom (what i booting ! )
you have free space yes, but the problem is that your free space is formatted in what I assume to be windows partitions. you need to create free space that is not a part of any partition. There are several programs that can help you do this. their names escape me at the moment, hopefully the next person will be able to recall them