Originally Posted by IMutel
it wont install because I'm not being able to see the partition that i made.
Delete that partition and then try to install Linux.
The Linux installer wants to create its own partitions from unpartitioned space. It does not want to use a partition you created with a Windows partitioning tool.
More details you don't really need:
Having the Linux installer create partitions, rather than use existing partitions, is not really the only choice. It is just the easier choice. But when you use pre existing partitions, they need to have been created in a way compatible with the way you are installing Linux. It is definitely not compatible to create a Windows partition and then do an ordinary install of Linux into that partition.