Installing Ubuntu Again

Installing Ubuntu Again


Hi guys, I got a new computer and am trying to install Windows with Ubuntu. Windows 10 is already installed and is working just fine. However my motherboard only supports 6 SATA ports. I’m using 2 SSDs in RAID 1 for the OS installation and 4 spinny HDDs in RAID 10 for all the data/programs etc. So I ran out of SATA ports and bought a PCI RAID controller with 4 SATA ports. I connected another 2 spinny HDDs to this card and got them configured in the web based utility that came with the card. Windows can see the newly created RAID 1 partition (I had to initiliaze it). However BIOS can’t see the drives or the RAID card, so the bootloader has to be put somewhere else I think. Anyway, question is, how should I go about setting up the “Installation Type” window? I’ve got the following partitions: Partitions.jpg And in the attached image is the available devices for the boot loader installation. How do I install everything without destroying the Windows install? Device Boot Loader Installation.jpg Thanks! Attached Images Partitions.jpg (134.2 KB) Device Boot Loader Installation.jpg (85.4 KB)


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