I'm trying to install Kubuntu 16.04 on M.2 SSD memory, but the memory doesn't seems to be detected at boot time.
I have the following configuration:
- Gigabyte GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3 motherboard. BIOS upgraded to the UEFI bios.
- 120GB ATA OCZ-Vertex3 (SATA600) SSD memory
- Delock PCI Express to M.2 NGFF card
- with 128GB SM951 PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD memory
The M.2 is not selectable from the bios to boot directly from, but during installation of Kubuntu it is detected as /dev/nvme0n1. The other SSD drive is /dev/sda.
I created a EFI partition on /dev/sda1. When installing Kubuntu on /dev/sda2 I can boot it, but when it is installed on /dev/nvme0n1p1 I get the message "error: no such device ". I also tried in Legacy mode using an MBR partition table instead of a GPT partition table, but it gives the same results.
Any idea how I could install Kubuntu on the M.2 drive?