I want to install ubuntu on a new desktop. So I followed the instruction:
- I downloaded an iso file (I've tried Ubuntu 14 and Ubuntu 16 already).
- I mounted it on a USB stick (I tried many sticks and few programs, such as iso2usb on Windows and Startup Disc Creator on Ubuntu)
- I set the booting sequence on my desktop computer (I'm sure it's booting from my USB stick now).
However, when I try boot the desktop computer, I still have the error:
No operating system is currently installed on this computer.
And this is true, it's a new one.
I did some research and found this question which seems to be exactly like mine. So I wanted to set the SATA mode to IDE, but there is no such option in my BIOS. I have following options: disabled (I tried setting that and it didn't help), ATA, AHCI, RAID On.
Also, I wanted to set the SATA3 mode to AHCI, but I have no such option.
The secure boot option is disabled.
What am I doing wrong? Do I need to change anything else in BIOS?