I wasn't exactly sure what to call the title. I want to dual boot Ubuntu with Windows 10.
I just bought a new laptop that has both a 512GB SSD and 2TB HDD internally. The SSD is used to store Operating Systems and programs, and the HDD will be used for regular files. I want to have ubuntu running alongside Windows 10 before I install any files on the HDD.
Is there a way to format the HDD so that i can burn the .ISO file so I don't have to use a USB (The laptop doesn't have an optical drive so can't use CD)?
I tried Unetbootin but got errors when choosing that option after i restarted the computer and got the option to choose OS.
I mainly need help formatting the HDD so i can install ubuntu on the SSD. Once I have that, I know how to finish installing Ubunutu.