I'm currently having a lot of trouble installing Ubuntu 14.04.3 alongside Windows 10 on my new Dell XPS 8900. I've downloaded the 14.04.3 iso and created a bootable usb from the iso. I've even double checked that there aren't any issues with the iso by matching the MD5 checksum. Right now my steps are:
1) Install Windows 10 on a 200 GB partition 2) Creating a EXT4 partition (790 GB) 3) Creating a Swap partition (8 GB) 4) Installing Ubuntu 14.04.3 on the two newly created partitions
However, each time I go through the Ubuntu installation I get two errors. First is a "This computer has only 0 bytes disk space remaining" and the second is a "Installer Crashed" which follows with attempting to send a bug report. The installer usually crashes at the step when it is adjust timezones. I've tried various different things like creating the partitions on GParted when I enter "try ubuntu" and just creating the partitions in the "do something else" step during the installation phase. Also another unusual thing that is happening is that within "try ubuntu" I do not seem to be able to run the "Install Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS" shortcut. None of these things are working and I have been trying to search on-line for a solution but can't seem to find any resources. Does anyone have any advice?