Thanks for answer. It's very passible that win left some rubbish. I tried to avoid everything what is connected with microsoft, but i see there is no power to destroy Redmond's monopoly. Could u tell me... are in every distrib of linux problems like this one?
Ok "By avoid microsoft". You mean remove microsoft? That's where Linux sails with the best of OSs.
The problem is you stayed with the defaults, and linux is protecting your windows instalation, to prepare a dual booting system.
You got choices, that's what linux is all about. Lots of Choices!!!!!
Frist decide, "Do I want windows to reside on this box with my linux?" (Dual Booting, the default install)
Now as in all of live each choice you make dictates your next choices available to you.
If you say "Yes dualboot"
Then frist you should boot into windows and defrag, some folks even advice running scandisk also. After that the default install should work with now errors.
If you say "No I don't want MS around anymore!"
Then during the install when it comes to the disk section (partitioning) choice use the whole disk, not the default. Then it should go with no errors.
As for destroying Redmond's monopoly, It's done crumbling they just don't know it yet.