Whatever you read that said partition it was wrong. You don't flash PIT files unless you have a specific reason to do so/know what you're doing. You obviously don't fall into either of those categories.
I presume you're using Odin 3 ? Don't use it. Find (search Google/XDA) V1.3 & use that. If it still doesn't work first time with that version or if you're already using it, you need to be methodical about tracking down the reason why it's not working:-
*Must run Odin as administrator in Windoze.
*Ensure Kies & it's processes aren't running in Windoze task manager. Kill them if they are.
*Try different USB ports; you must be using a 'powered' or mainboard port.
*Try different USB cables (particularly the cable that came with the phone if you're not using it now)
*Try different versions of Odin (If V3 & V1.3 don't work, get V1.85 & try that; search on here/Google)
*Uninstall Kies, reboot, redownload & reinstall it, reboot, try the flash again.
*Check the rom/kernel you download for corruption. Check the md5 sum, or programs like 7Zip, IZarc, WinRar, etc will allow you to 'test' the rom/kernel file you download. If there are any errors/any of the files fail the test, bad download. Try again/try downloading with a different internet connection if it keeps happening.
*Run Windoze Update.
And if none of the above works, try a different PC. If it won't work first time on another PC, go thru the above steps on that PC.
Still doesn't work ? User error or NAND stuffed; return to Samsung/authorised repairer.
Normally the 'logo.jpg draw' thing is easily fixed if you can otherwise boot your phone, given you can't & can only access download mode, you obviously have to flash a stock rom somehow.