Having some issues installing Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS 64bit next to Windows 10.
This is what I did:
1) Created a bootable usb with ubuntu on it using Universal-USB-Installer-18.104.22.168
2) Changed the boot mode
3) Boot from USB - It showed the option to test drive or install - I chose install
4) Choose Language
5) Setup Wireless - I didn't choose anything here
6) Then it showed me the preparing to install
7) After that a message popped up saying:
Unmount partitions that are in use The installer has detected that the following discs have mounted partitions /dev/scd Do you want the installer to try and unmount these partitions before continuing? If you leave them mounted, you will not be able to create, delete, resize partitions on these discs, but you may be able to install on an existing partition there.
So obviously I said yes.
8) Installation type - I chose something else - This looked nothing like the screen shots I saw on the installation guide.
9) Then it only gave me the option to choose my bootable usb for the installation. With a bunch of options to choose, so I got scared and quit.
Can any one please help?
Keep in my mind I do not know a lot, so please dumb it down. Why can't I choose to run it along side Windows 10? Why doesn't the installation pick up my hard drives?
If you need any other info, please ask. But I think I put everything in here.