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This might be related by your hardware not really supporting the new gpt disc format. I just seen this with some crappy Acer hardware.

This is the easiest solution:

boot the live CD until you reach the menu "install Fedora 16" and "Troubleshooting" with the 10 second countdown.

Select troubleshooting, then select tab and you will see a long string of boot options, now just add a space and nogpt

then enter boot the system with this option and install as you like.

It will not use the new gpt disk option and will get you up and running again.