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Category : Computers & Internet | Posted by : Rayancaleb | Posted on : 3/15/2018 | Updated on : 3/15/2018
Keywords : install, x86, ubuntu, ssd, after, m2, udoo, load, help, transcend, memory, group, was, some, have, now, am
Can't install Windows 10 on M2 SSD

I have an Udoo X86 with the supplied Transcend 128GB M2 SSD. I was able to load Ubuntu on the internal memory after some help from the group and upgrading the BIOS. Now I am trying to install Windows on the M2 SSD. When I get to the point of choosing where to install Windows, I see Drive 0 with 119.2 GB, and can partition the unallocated space and format it (or at least it changes from unallocated to system, and then the format takes about 10 seconds.)
However, after partioning and formatting the M2 SSD, I press "next" to install, and I get an error message that says the installer could not find a partition, or make one. At this point, no combination of partition sizes or formatting appears to have any effect - the installer says it can't make or find the partition and will not proceed.
Any thoughts?

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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