Please, someone could help me? I need my computer for Dual Boot so I can work with development with my embedded system. VMWARE does not work with Nvidia Jetson TX2.
I downloaded an Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) for 64-bit PC AMD64 image. From here. (Ubuntu website)
I am trying to install on my SSD on my MSI Aegis Ti3 computer. It has Intel i7-7700k, 2 Samsung SSD M2 in RAID, 1 HDD, 1 Samsung SSD connected by SATA.
The BIOS is custom made for the Aegis Ti3 computer, so as the motherboard.
My problem is that when I go into the installation of the Ubuntu the only storage drive recognized is the USB drive that I use.
I checked online some people claiming about the AHCI controller for the SSD, but I already configured that over my SSD drive.
The computer is new, I just got it out of the box.
In order to boot into linux I had to add the following to the kernel “nomodeset” and “libata.force=noncq“.
I would like to know better what is going wrong, and how to fix it.
I looked for help in the following tutorials:
Installing Ubuntu 14.04.3 + Windows 8.1 (Dual-boot) on MSI GE72 2QD Apache https://www.ricston.com/blog/installing-ubuntu-14-04-3-windows-8-1-dual-boot-msi-ge72-2qd-apache/
Universal USB Installer – Easy as 1 2 3
Install Ubuntu 14.04 alongside Windows 8.1 in 10 easy steps
I also had problems creating a backup image for my Windows 10 because of the Journal. But that is another story.
Detail: my windows must but in RAID, because I have 2 M2 SSD merged together. My Ubuntu must boot in AHCI.