I've been testing out different linux os's and was beforedhand on fedora. A few weeks back, when booting up fedora, my computer crashed. When i tried to boot it back up, it would freeze at the BIOS POST.
Today I decided to give it another try, and downloaded 12.04 on a CD Rom to see if I could load it. I can get it to load up the CD and i'm able to try out Ubuntu but when I go to install it it tells me I have to have at least 4.5 GB available drive space and it won't let me continue.
The problem is I can't figure out how to delete files on the hard drive to free it up to be able to install ubuntu. Do you think the hard drive fried back with that crash under fedora?