I have Windows 10 on my SSD 102/240 Gb available and a 2Tb HDD. Both of the SSD and HDD are MBR, if i convert them to GPT would work? I used rufus to set up the pendrive. I also made a partition on the HDD. Should I install it on the SSD instead of the HDD?

Then when I rebooted to install the option to force UEFI pop out , but choose to go back and quit.

On my system information my BIOS mode is UEFI, on the partition I made is MRB. How shoud I proceed? My motherboard is a b350 tomahawk with the latest BIOS update.

Also Cmdlet not supported on this platform too.


If you select to install it in UEFI mode your ubuntu installer will automatically partition your hard drive, unless you click on manual partitioning option.

  • I just converted the ssd to gtp and switch the bios Legacy+uefi to uefi so far so good, now should i try again but on the ssd ? sorry for my bad english – Mognarok Mar 17 '18 at 11:36
  • Yes you should try to install it on ssd, it should work just fine. – AsenM Mar 17 '18 at 11:39

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