Here is what I got:
A pre-installed Windows 8 64 bit pro laptop, with an SSD card (Samsung PM83) and a SATA HDD. It is a Vostro 3560 from Dell.
First thing I did was create a recovery disk for Windows 8 and get an image so I can burn a clean install disk for Windows 8. Afterwards, I tried to install Ubuntu.
After setting BIOS to legacy mode, setting secure boot to off, I went on with th Ubuntu LiveCD. I tried to get a partition on the SSD card for / and for swap, but it had some issues with putting swap on that disk.So I tried the default installation on the SSD card. It starts nice, it says it is Copying files, but almost halfway through it shows the installer crashed due to a ErrNo5, I/O error.
Every single setting I change (using different file system or UEFI boot mode) results in the same error.
Has any had this before as well? Were you able to fix it?