The problem is that you've already partitioned the disk and formatted it; there's nothing left for Fedora, and Linux can't use an ntfs partition for / because it doesn't allow for the type of permissions Linux needs. If you're not using any of that disk for Windows, let anaconda blow away the current partition, repartition it and format it with a Linux-friendly file system, such as ext3 or ext4. If you're using part of that disk for Windows, you're going to have to shrink the partition to make room. HTH, HAND.
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