It tells me that installation is finished and that it wants to reboot. When I reboot it says "Finnishing Linux Mint Installation 5" and then counts down and in a few seconds I'm presented the desktop and I'm in "Live CD" mode.
This just means that mint4win has finished installation phase 1 which is performed under Windows.
After the reboot installation phase 2 will follow.
It runs under Mint 13 inside a normal live session. User mint has been logged on automatically.
You have to tell the installer explicitly that you want to install Mint 13 now, just as if this were no mint4win installation, but a normal installation. (After all a mint4win installation is almost a normal installation, the main difference is that the Mint filesystem will live in a large root.disk file on an NTFS partition.)How to proceed with installation phase 2:
Click on the "Installation" icon on the desktop in order to proceed with the Mint 13 installation.
You will be prompted to configure some basic settings.
When prompted to specify the locations for the root file system (root.disk) and for the Grub loader, make sure that you specify the same device, like e.g. /dev/loop0 or rather /dev/loop2, because /dev/loop0 and /dev/loop1 should be in use at that time.
Later on a slideshow will be displayed.
During all this time the installer will perform the installation steps. They can and will take quite a while.
Once the installation has been completed you will be presented the graphical logon screen where you have to logon using your own account.