Problem when installing windows 10

I'm installing windows 10, I'm doing everything right, but in the window Where do you want to install windows, there is not any partitions, Deleted, Help, What to do ?

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Clarification Request
Are you trying to

install Windows 10 on a computer with a working operating system ?
If so , there has to be a partition already present .

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Clarification Request
What 10 are you installing?

I've run into folk that want to install the "free" Windows 10 but there is no free version. There is that upgrade version but to do that we need a working installed 7 to 8.1 OS working. AFTER that is working there are tutorials on clean installing 10.

But I can't tell which 10 you have. Did you buy it? Or not?

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If you are doing upgrade to 10 then...

you don't have to worry about partitioning. It will take over what is being upgrade. Just make sure the Hdd. has enough free space.

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