Trying to install fedora 31 on my new laptop, Asus N580GD. I configured the UEFI (no fast boot, no security boot) and I have found 2 problems.
- The laptop has 2 graphic adapters, internal intel and a nvidia 1050. The live fedora works only in debug mode or adding nomodeset to the kernel options. Ok, anyway, I was able to start the OS, and the idea was to install it on the disk.
- The laptop has 2 disks, 512GB SSD and 1TB HDD. Fedora DOES NOT see the SSD! No way! I have installed ithe OS on the HDD, and even after the installation, the SSD cannot be mounted.
So, I am using a powerful laptop on a mechanical disk
Ah!! My idea was to have a dual boot configuration. I actually have it, Win10 (preinstalled) runs on the SSD and Linux on the HDD.
Any suggestion? How can I install fedora on the SSD, re-partitioning and keeping win10 and linux?
Any idea is welcome!!!