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I can't see EFI on the screenshot, I am guessing that is just a stock image by the watermark - can you please take a picture of yours? If Windows says legacy mode, I believe you are booting in to a legacy/non EFI based system Another way to test and confirm is to go to Disk Management (Windows Key + x, then k). By default, you should have either a 100MB ...
I found the answer - you need to switch RAID to AHCI for the SATA operation. This way you can boot in UEFI Secure Boot OFF and get the SSD mounted. Check this http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2301071&page=2
Most BIOS/UEFI menus have something buried in there to disable/enable individual hard drives or SATA controllers. The OS cannot see this hardware when it's hidden in this way. What this option is called (and whether it exists) varies by manufacturer and BIOS/UEFI vendor, so it's probably best just to carefully look at all the menu options and look for a ...
(Motherboard) ASUS BIOS beep codes One short beep - VGA detected, No keyboard detected Two short beeps - When using Crashfree to recover BIOS, the new BIOS is successfully recognized. One continuous beep followed by two short beeps then a pause (repeated) - No memory detected One continuous beep followed by three short beeps - No VGA ...
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