My computer setup is:
- 1- SSD 120GB
- 1- HDD 320GB
- 1- HDD 1TB
I have two partitions on SSD of Windows 10 (one for work, another for games/testing/whatever) and I want to install Ubuntu on my 320GB HDD. However, Ubuntu installer doesn't recognize Windows.
I tried to select "More options" to make the partitions on my own but when installer start said "errno 5 input/output" I redownloaded ISO, tried other pendrives and every USB connection of my PC but always the same error.
Is there anything I can do?
I managed to install Ubuntu on my 320GB hard drive but now GRUB is not detecting Windows10 partitions.
I tried to use Boot-repair but despite "successfully boot repaired", only Ubuntu appears in GRUB.
Here is a pastebin of Boot-repair log: http://paste.ubuntu.com/p/5KbYMRxqg9/
- /sda (windows system partitions)
- /sda1 Windows 10 Work partition
- /sda2 Windows 10 Fun partition
- /sda3 Windows Reserved Partition
- /sdb (Storage)
- /sdc (Ubuntu)
- /sdc1 Ubuntu 18.04
- /sdc2 /Boot (partition recommended by Boot-repair)