I'm installing Ubuntu 16.04 on a Dell XPS 13 with Windows 10 already installed on the SSD.
In Windows I've:
- Ran disk management to create 90 Gb of unallocated space
- Ran error checking and optimization on the resulting shrinked c:\ drive
- Turned off fast startup under Power Options.
- Verified with System Information that my BIOS mode is UEFI
- Verified that my machine is 64bit
My Ubuntu USB was created with Rufus
- Is was created with a 64bit ISO
- I've tried all the available partition/firmware combinations
- Turned off Secure Boot in my BIOS
- Ran the USB "Check disk for defects" options successfully
When booting into Ubuntu from my USB, I pick the option in my boot menu labelled: UEFI Boot
During the install, I get no options on the installation type, clicking any button other than Quit causes the install to crash. I get the same behavior whether I boot directly to the install from Grub, or click the Install icon from the Try Ubuntu desktop.
Under the dropdown for "Device for boot loader installation:" the only option is "/dev/sda".
When running Gparted under the Try Ubuntu desktop, the only device I see is the flash drive under "/dev/sda" with one partition "/dev/sda1" with the Ubuntu installation.
What step am I missing, or what problem do I probably have?