I have a laptop with Windows 8. I decided to install Ubuntu. It didn't offer me to install it with Win8, though according to the docs it should have, or at least if I had win7. I clicked Something else, created a partition (20GB) and installed the system. After installation when I restarted the computer it couldn't boot in. I checked the BIOS, and found that the HDD is missing from the boot sequence, It can only boot from DVD. The SATA Configuration menu sees my HDD (Serial ATA Port 0 Hard Disk Serial ATA Port 2 ATAPI CDROM DVD) but it's missing from the boot.
In linux (I clicked Try Ubuntu) I opened terminal and for the fdisk -l command I get
Disk /dev/sda: 750.2 GB, Partition 1 does not start on physical sector boundary.
In the win installer Command Prompt I typed diskpart, then list disk, then list volume
Volume 0 E UDF DVD-ROM 2510MB Healthy Volume 1 C RAW 18 GB Healthy Volume 2 D Linux NTFS 20 GB Healthy Volume 3 NTFS 141GB Healthy hidden
This is not what I expected.
What can I do?