So I am trying to install the 64 bit version of Ubuntu on a UX32A from USB. The install is able to see both the 32 gig SSD and the 320 HDD, but when trying to install on the SSD, I get a message saying
ERROR!!! Input/output error during read on /dev/sdb. Cancelling out of this window brings up another error saying
Failed to create a swap sapce. The creation of swap space in partition #3 of SCSI2 (0,0,0) (sdb) failed.
I have looked at other articles talking about enabling/disabling CSM, BIOS or Legacy boot features, but can't find anything relating to those in the BIOS. The options I do have are:
Bios: American Megatrends v.214 vBios 2137.I13UX3.015 Intel Virtualization Technology [enable/disable] Intel Anti-Theft Technology [enable/disable]
Ubuntu can install from the 320 drive, but once I remove the USB drive install, it cannot boot, saying it cannot find the boot drive. I turn it back on with the USB drive in and boots normally. Once booted in, no USB flash drives can be recognized.
I also disabled the Intel Virtualization and swapped the IDE from AHCI. Any thoughts?