I'm a total noob at Linux. In fact, the only version of Linux I ever used was 12.04 through WUBI. I know just a little but recently I deleted Windows 7 off my hard drive and I just did a flash drive installation of 12.04.
Well it's been a while and when I had Windows 7, my hobby was making YouTube videos/editing photos and such. Well to get back on track with that I did a fresh install of Ubuntu Studio 12.04. No problem but I really miss having Windows so I made a bootable USB drive of Windows 8 and I went to install it but it says my hard drive isn't formatted in NTFS and it wouldn't let me format it in the installer.
I'm not planning on leaving Ubuntu Studio 12.04 any time soon but there are just some programs that I can't run in Linux nor is there software like them. So to wipe/format my hard drive to NTFS, people are saying I have to use a Live CD/USB and do it from there.
I don't have any space USB drives or discs. So, I'm left with partitioning and for some reason GParted won't let me do it. Below is a photo (i.imgur.com).
Sorry I couldn't post the image as I'm a new member.