I really need some help.
This is my story:
On my Dell XPS 400 with Windows MCE, I found out that audio recording software like ProTools is not compatible with MCE. So I got a copy of XP professional, tried to install it, and it had major errors, only allowing me to logon via safe-mode. I tried several times to get Professional to load but to no avail, nothing would work at all. Then, after many tries, Windows setup would tell me that I have no hard drive in my computer, when obviously I do. So I created a linux boot disk from my laptop and installed Ubuntu on my computer so I could at least use this machine. Now I have acquired a different copy of XP but when I boot with the CD it still won't detect my hard drive. I think it is from the file system linux uses and I am not familiar with linux one bit and I have no idea how to format my hard drive with linux. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks!