I am trying to install Fedora 33 on an MSI all in 1 machine (PRO24X-7M-006EU) EUFI bios.
It has Windows 10 installed and I want Fedora as a dual boot. I created a 30GB partition for FEDORA.
I finally managed to boot the Workstation Live DVD from an USB hard drive.
However, when I start Anaconda, coming to the hard drive configuration, there is no hard drive visible. (Neither the built-in hard drive, nor the external drive, that was used for booting.)
I have tried
- changing the SATA mode from RAID to ACHI, but all this does is give me the save config and reset option which reboots the machine in WINDOWS repair mode. Restarting and going back into bios and using the USB live boot override does not bring up the local drives.
- hibernation and fast start are disabled
- secure boot: fast boot is disabled (Windows 8.1/10WHQL enabled again, because disabling caused me to lose the Windows boot altogether AND did not bring up the disk during installation of FEDORA).
Does anybody know what I can do? I am also fine with a single FEDORA installation and lose Windows completely. But right now I cannot even do that, because of “no drive”
p.s.: I see ANACONDA is FAT32 and the local drives are NTFS. Might that create a problem?