I'm having a problem trying to install Mint (14, 64bit) from my USB drive (used unetbootin to mount and write iso, don't know if that helps) from Windows 8. After booting it from my USB, when I click on the "install mint" icon, it lets me select my language, checks if I have enough free space, connected to the internet, and a power source is plugged in; however, it then skips the "install, replace, or something else" window and goes straight to the partition table. When I get to the partition window, the only drive it shows is my USB's. It doesn't give me the option to choose the hard drive on my computer, and the partition table for the USB is completely blank. How do I unlock the option to choose my computer's harddrive and install it on there? (Also, I partitioned free space on my PC's harddrive through Windows 8 already, 150gb's to be exact. I used the method where you right click on "my computer" and shrink the volume of the C drive) All help is appreciated. Thanks in advance for any responses.