I have a fairly new computer that uses UEFI instead of BIOS and the windows 7 installed on it uses a GPT partition table. (I've looked thoroughly, it's GPT and not leftover GPT scraps). Now, I have a free partition where I want to install Ubuntu but it won't detect my partitions that exist there.
I ran the "Try Ubuntu without installing" option and ran this command in the terminal
sudo gdisk -l /dev/sda
and the result was MBR: protected and GPT: present
I've tried using fixparts and it didn't detect any problems so I assume it's a complete GPT table. So what would be the solution to make ubuntu installer recognize those partitions and install in it?
Do I have to repartition the drive with MBR tables?