I bought a Ubuntu 12.04 installing 32bit DVD, But when I insert it and boot it, when it opens the partition choosing page I don't see my partitions. It just shows me my 500 GB hard drive and asks me if I want to install ubuntu on it, and it tries to format it.
Hard Disk Information
capacity: 500 Gigabytes
Partition Table: MBR
Partitions: 1: C:\ (windows 8 x64) NTFS
2: D:\ (windows 8 x32) NTFS 3: E:\ (my multimedia files) NTFS 4: F:\ (ms the one that i'm trying to install Ubuntu on it) Fat32
Disk Type: Basic
Boot Type: Dual Boot between Two Windows with win8 bootloader
I thought it is because of Disk type or disk table so I changed it but didn't work, but I can't change table from MBR TO GUID (GPT) .
What is your opinion? Is it because of Table or type? Is there any other way to install it without booting DVD?
!IMPORTANT Update: It is very wired! when I use live boot with my USB Disk the live version can show all of my partitions and files inside them! but in installation page it can't! Why can't I solve it?