I’m trying to replace Windows 10 with Ubuntu 19.04. I have a new HP Pavilion x360 laptop with 4GB ram. I’ve been looking at tutorials on how to download Ubuntu yet I'm still having trouble installing.
I don’t have the ‘delete Windows and install Ubuntu’ option. It just takes me to language options, WiFi setup, then installation type where I have to manually input the partitions.
In the ‘device for boot loader installation’ it’s only giving me 15.7 gb (probably from my USB), instead of the unallocated space I made on Windows. Ubuntu can’t seem to find the allocated space, and I’ve scrolled countless of forums and tried every command recommended to me.
Does anyone have a solution or an alternative?
(Windows is not on hibernation/sleep mode. SAMA operations is not an option on Windows 10 anymore. I’ve already fixed everything on the BIOS. Can I just download Ubuntu without dual booting or USB...)