After I'd found out everything I need to know, I've made an installation plan to show to other members of my family who use my PC so they wouldn't kill me if something goes wrong (I can say: Well, I made an installation plan, I made a backup and it's not my fault!)
My current situation: C: partition (WinXP installed on it, 20 GB in size, 6 GB free, NTFS) and D: partition (empty, but used before, 18 GB in size, NTFS).
I'll now present my installation plan for MDK 10.1 and you say if it's all right or not:
1. Delete D: (with PartitionMagic-like program (PartitionStar))
2. Set PNP OS Installed in BIOS to "NO"
3. ScanDisk C: and Defragment C:
4. Start MDK installation (Reboot with MDK CD1)
5. Language - pick
6. License - Accept
7. Mouse - automatic, if not possible then pick
8. Keyboard language - pick
9. Security - Default
10. Mount points - "Use free space"
11. Packages to install (Office, Internet, Configuration, Documentation, Graphical Interface (KDE))
12. Choosing root password
13. Add user (only 1)
14. Pick default user logged on at boot-up (there will be only one)
15. Boot loader - Default (First sectoer of drive)
16. Summary - check (and change) configuration
20. Time zones - CET
21. Configuring X - check (and change) configuration
22. Services at boot time - default
24. Finished - eject CD; press Reboot
Is this OK? Sorry if I'm bothering you, I'm just a