First of all, I'm a complete newbie regarding Ubuntu and Linux, but I really want to learn about them as much as I can. After some documentation, I realized that this OS may be the future's best :D
So, my problem is this: The laptop I mentioned in the title has a 120 GB SSD and 1024 GB HDD. I had Windows 10 installed on it before, on SSD, with data on HDD. I actually want to do the same thing with Ubuntu, to put the "/" volume on SSD and the "/home" one on HDD, but here comes the problem: If I install it on HDD, it will work normally (except for the
error parsing pcc subspaces from pcct prompt at boot). However, if I install it on the SSD, it won't boot. I checked the BIOS and there is no option for my SSD as a boot loader (but again, Windows works fine this way).
So... Can you help me? Or give me a guide on installing Ubuntu on an Asus rog laptop? I heard I'm not the only one with the Rog - Linux problems... Please try to explain with lots of details, I want to learn as much as I can.
I want only Ubuntu, not a dual boot system.