Deleted Ubuntu, Trying to Install Fedora, Can't access Windows,
The other night I deleted all my Ubuntu Partitons because I wanted to replace it with Fedora. Which means that I've also made the mistake of deleting Grub, so now I cannot even access my Windows Partition. Now I'm trying to install Fedora to the free space I have from where I deleted all my Ubuntu Partitions, but I keep getting this error: "Could not allocate requested Partitions: not enough free space on disks."
That is using the "Use Free Space" option during install. When I try using the "Create Custom Layout" option When I get to the partiton table page it says I have 25598 MB of free space.
Here is what my partiton table looks like:
sda1 100 ntfs
sda2 102399 ntfs
sda3 587305 Extended
sda5 109050 ntfs
sda6 478255 ntfs
Any help on how to be able to install Fedora 17 or repair my Windows Bootloader is greatly appreciated.
Currently, in order to type this, I'm using a 2GB USB Thumb Drive created with Linux Live USB Computer that I made with a friends PC that I'm booting as a Live USB.