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Are they both still on the hard drive?
One method to make things right is to follow this Microsoft article on the subject.
The other method is to get the hard drive utility for your hard drive manufacturer's website and delete the partitions, or zero write the drive.
A third method is to use the Redhat install disk to start the install to the point of partitioning the hard drive and delete the Linux partition.
The windows install disk is unable to read Linux partitions, so it thinks that there is no usable hard drive space on the disk (can't read it). So, you need to remove the Linux partitions first, then install Windows.
If that doesn't work You may have a bad disk or poorly burned disk (cdrom disk btw)