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In the window/menu which opens up, use the cursor keys to highlight your choice, press space to select your choice (a capital X will appear next to it), press space to ok your choice. The menu will close.
Did you install from official ISO images?
Did you get the images for CD 1 and CD 2?
Did you select "Full install"?
Did you insert CD 2 when prompted?
The above is probably standard procedure and it installs pretty much everything - including gnome. Then after rebooting, all you should have to do to get gnome up and running is to select it in xwmconfig (if you didn't already do that during the installation process), set up your XF86Config (by xf86config, xfree86setup or manually), and then startx.