As was pointed out earlier, the first step in installing Windows would be throwing the Windows CD into the CD drive. Now, restart the computer. If the computer is configured properly, then the Windows installer should begin automatically.
Let me know if this happens, and I can probably walk you through the rest. The next step would be to reformat your hard drive, that is assuming that the Windows installer recognizes the ext3 partitions (jargon you don't need to understand). I've had that problem before, but I can't remember what I did off the top of my head. Hopefully it won't be a problem, but if it is, does anybody know how to deal with this?
Just do the first step Jenny, and let me know if the MS installer starts to run. You sure chose one hell of a forum to get this kind of help
. Lucky for you, society/industry has forced me to still use Windows here and there.