I know this topic is all over the web, but none of the solution I've found solved my problem.
I want to install ubuntu 16.04 LTS in dualboot mode onto a new computer (Lenovo Yoga 910, intel i7-7500u, UEFI and SSD) along side Windows 10.
I configure a USB drive to a .iso with the 64bit version of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.
I disabled fastboot, my ssd drive is in "basic mode" and I shrunk the Windows volume. There is now, 6 different parts in my SSD :
Partition of EFI system (260mo)
Windows (C:) 96.95 Go (NTFS)
Data (E:) which I created to store data that will be both used in Windows and Ubuntu 254 Go (NTFs)
Lenovo (D:) 25 Go (i don't know what it s for but it was there at the beginning)
A back up of 1000mO
And finally a non allocated space of 97 Go that I dedicate to the (hopefully) coming Ubuntu environment.
I then reboot holding f12 to boot from the USB key, I then choose the option "install ubuntu".
1) I choose English then hit Continue
2) I don't connect to wi-fi
3) I don't tick anything in preparing to install ubuntu.
But I don't. I directly get to the second window "Installation type" with the list of device on which I could install ubuntu. And there I only got one device named /dev/sda (which by the way is the same name as the "device for boot loader installation" : /dev/sda Kingston DT, which I found weird).
I expected to see the 6 disk partitions I mentioned earlier.
I read the answer : How can I dual-boot Windows 10 and Ubuntu on a UEFI HP notebook?
But it doesn't apply to me.
As well as this tuto : http://linuxbsdos.com/2013/03/12/dual-boot-windows-8-and-ubuntu-12-04-in-uefi-mode/
It is now a day I am on this question… Does anyone know what can I do from there ?
Thanks a lot.