I am trying to install Fedora 32 on an Acer Aspire 5 Laptop. (Bought just last week, so no surprise:UEFI.)
I 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 builtin hard drive, nor the external drive, that was used for booting.)
I assume, there is some problem with the BIOS, or the like, but I have no idea, what it might be.
So, any suggestion, or hint, would be welcome.
In the BIOS (UEFI) try to set SATA mode to AHCI.
I agree with @alciregi. You probably have a software RAID running. Check the BIOS
I agree @alciregi , and check the following separately.
Check whether the hard disk method is uefi or mbr, and make a gpt type disk structure for the uefi method.
Thanks to all of you. You were spot on! For the record, tough, the following information:
The option to switch to SATA mode AHCI wasn’t visible in my BIOS by default. I had to do the following:
- Switch to the Main tab
- Press Ctrl+S (at which point the option became visible)
Who, the heck, designed this?
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