Alright, so. I just got a new Macbook Pro today. I loaded it up, and recovered a backup I had on my Time Capsule. It ended up being the wrong backup, and so I put my Snow Leopard Disc in and went to install that (thinking it would give me the option to do a fresh install/wipe things) but I forgot that I would have to access the disc by restarting, and so it just started to install. Anyway, I cancelled it, and tried restarting the laptop with the disc inside so I can wipe the harddrive and install it. But when I do that and hold C or Option to access the disc, it opens at the chime, white screen, and apple logo. It freezes at that. I went to disk utility and it won't allow me to erase the drive. The erase button is grayed out, the only thing I can do is "Delete Free Space" What can I do? I want to delete the whole drive, and do a fresh install of Snow Leopard, and then later after that, restore my old files from my backup. Any advice?