The SSD drives have already hit the market and their arena is shaping up to be fierce with a lot of players. For those who have never heard of the SSD technology, here is a brief explanation: The SSD (Solid State Drive) is another storage unit for your computer, similar to your hard drive – but zillions times faster!
The problem: my usual method of “installing” into a FAT32 partition doesn’t work 🙁 Normally I just pull the contents out of an ISO – Ubuntu, other Linux, Windows installer… – and toss it at a FAT32 flash drive or SSD (or even HDD) and we’re good to EFI boot.
SSD not recognized by Windows 10/8/7 Setup. If it is detected in BIOS, then you can refer to the following steps to make it right: If it is detected in BIOS, then you can refer to the following steps to make it right: 1. Boot into BIOS, and set SATA to AHCI Mode. For installing Windows8/10 cannot install on SSD, enable Secure Boot if it is ...
May 05, 2019 · Open a terminal window (Applications -> Terminal, or press the “Start” button and type terminal). Either “su” in to root, or use “sudo” to open your favorite text editor and edit the file “/etc/default/grub” (I use nano which can be install by running “apt install nano”): nano /etc/default/grub.