Step 3: Select Language, Time and Currency, and Input Method
Step 4: Read and Accept the License agreement
Step 5: Delete existing partitions see note below
a. Select the partition and then select Drive options (advanced)
b. Click on Delete
c. Repeat process for any partitions that contain the same disk number as the drive you desire to install Windows on until you get one partition for that drive number that states Unallocated Space.
d. Select the desired drive with the unallocated space and press next
note: For stability reasons I suggest always formatting the hard drive before installing windows. This of course will delete all data on the selected drive. If you do not wish to perform a format, and instead perform an upgrade installation, in some cases you can, but this guide will not direct you how to do so.