I'm attempting to reinstall Windows 10 on my system in an attempt to clean up my partitioning scheme a bit. I've created the installation media for Windows 10 using the Windows Media Manager, and am able to boot to the installation screen. I'd like to install Windows 10 on partition 4, but I'm getting the following error:
"Windows cannot be installed to this disk. The selected disk has an MBR partition table. On EFI systems, Windows can only be installed to GPT disks."
One thing in particular strikes me as confusing bout the above error message: I had Windows 10 installed on the same disk (different partition) earlier, so clearly it's possible. I was expecting to be able to reinstall Windows 10 on the partition, have it nuke the bootloader and then I'd just reinstall Grub from a live boot of Ubuntu.
Some forums on the internet suggested changing some settings in the BIOS to turn off legacy support and enable UEFI boot only, but then the SSD that I'm booting from doesn't show up. I was still able to boot from the USB stick where the Windows 10 installation media is, however, but the same error as above persisted.
Any thoughts on how I would be able to install Windows 10 without nuking my Linux partition?