I put a spare SSD in my Windows 10 PC and I'd like to install Ubuntu 18.04 on it.
I can boot from the USB, and try the Live Ubuntu, but when I click on Install it hangs on the third screen (where you choose if you want to install normal/minimal and if you want to download updates and third party drivers). When I click Continue, the cursor changes to the spinning circle, and nothing happens after that.
I've installed Ubuntu before and it's supposed to just go to the next screen instantly. I've waited 10-20 minutes and tried 3 versions (Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu Budgie 18.04 and Xubuntu 16.04. All x64 AMD ISOs, USBs created with UnetBootin. All three had this issue, all 3 reported No Errors after I ran the check on installation media).
I can also still change all the options in that setup screen, but the Back and Continue buttons remain grayed out.
I've tried several set up options from only minimal checked, to normal and the other 2 also checked. No go.
Setup is seeing the SSD I put in fine, it's seeing the Win10 disk(s) fine too.
I was able to mount and unmount the blank SSD (formatted ext4 for "internal use with only Ubuntu on it). And if it's mounted the setup will ask if I want to unmount before I continue.
Here are some screenshots, mainly of my BIOS settings since I guess something's up with those. Motherboard is B75M-D3P Gigabyte.
I have checked and fast boot is disabled in BIOS (as well as in Win 10). I don't know what else I have to change to get this to work.