Ok, i'm back.
I managed to install windows and then i installed mint. Now i have same problem i had last time: when i boot up only windows is there, no linux. I think i figured it out. Like i said i have 3 hdd in my pc but i didn't mention, that 2 of them are sata2 and one is my old ide drive. When i installed mint and made partitions, the ide drive was listed as first, then my 80gb sata2 and then the last 160gb sata2.
When the installation finished, i rebooted my PC. For my suprise: no linux boot ... only windows. I tried several times: still no linux. Then i manually booted from my 80gb hdd and guess what: linux mint boot screen.
It seems, that my pc is first looking boot records from that ide drive. Even in my pc bios this ide drive is first and then the sata drives (there is nothing i can do about that ... i have tried). I did change the settings, that the 80GB is first to search for os but it only finds windows ...
Is there any solution for that .... i mean the linux is working, so is the windows but i haveto manually boot to use mint.
I also made a screenshot while i was installing if that helps:
this is made before i started to select the partitions, also some parts of this screen are in estonian, but in general i think you understand.
So is there any solution or do i haveto get used to manual boot?