I'm running a new system with 120GB SSD and 2TB HDD. I've started by installing Windows 8, I've created a 75GB partition on the SSD for the windows and installed it. On the HDD, I've created an NTFS partition, that taked all the place.
I've created a bootable USB and started installing ubuntu 13.04. When he asked me where to install I chose 'Something else' and reached the partitioning screen. I choose the free space from sda1 (SSD) and created a partition as 'Primary', ext4, Mounting point '/' and 22000 MB. With the rest of the space I've created the same type of partition but chose '/home' instead.
After that I double clicked the NTFS from sdb1 and chose 16000MB as swap area.
Then I chose 'Install now'.
This is running for almost 45min and didn't stop. I have i7-4770K, a really good CPU. Should it take so much time? I'm starting to get worry. I don't want to restart the computer.
Any help will be appreciated, Thanks