The first link you give me gives a 404 not found error -- which means nothing's there. Did you mean to point me somewhere else?
To complete a proper manual install, you have to fill in all appropriate information in your install page (username, password, appropriate database information, etc.. Make sure you know and remember your SQL connection information. You should uncheck the "Create Database" option, and then at the very end, choose "Manual Install". You should get a success message on the next page, along with a text field filled with SQL statements -- copy that to your clipboard, or to a text file, because you'll need it.
You then have to create your new database and run the SQL statement that you just copied against it. You can do both of these steps from phpMyAdmin, although it's been a long time since I've used it and I can't give you specifics. You can also do this from the command line by logging into MySQL. The OxS Quick Reference (http://pkp.sfu.ca/files/docs/quickrefer ... erence.pdf
) has some info on how to do this -- check the Installation section for information on how to create a database, and then run the SQL statement against it.