As the title suggests, I am trying to install Ubuntu 12.10 on the 24GB integrated SSD of an Asus UX32A. I took into consideration this answer - How to boot Ubuntu from SSD drive which cannot be selected as boot device? - and basically these are the steps that I followed:
- Deleted the info from the SSD
- Converted the SSD to MBR
- Created a small partition for
/booton the main HDD (~200 MB)
- Selected from BIOS the SSD as the primary boot partition
- When the installation began, I created on the SSD a partition for
/and one for
- Although the SSD theoretically was MBR, it complained about not having a BIOS Boot Partition, so I also created one for the bios-grub.
Everything worked fine, except for the fact that after the restart, the system did not recognize the SSD anymore and I was unable to select it as the main boot device. Furthermore, if I use
diskpart, it shows that the SSD is GPT, and not MBR, although I initially converted it to MBR.
Do you have any idea on how could I fix this?