Hello all experts,
I am a noob to linux, and wanted to learn more about it, and so I am trying to dual boot my laptop with Windows 10, and Fedora 22.
I have an old BIOS which doesn't support UEFI. Laptop has 500Gb HDD, and 150 Gb is un-allocated for Fedora 22 installation.
I have the latest Fedora 22 64 bit image, and I have made a bootable USB using Fedora live usb creator. But, during installation of Fedora 22, even I am creating /boot - 500 Mb, swap - 4096Mb, and remaining all to / , I am getting the below error -
"You have not defined a root partition(/), which is required for installation of Fedora to continue.
No valid boot loaded target device found. See below for details.
For a UEFI installation, you must include a EFI System Partition on a GPT-formatted disk, mounted at /boot/efi"
It's already been one week since I am trying to dual boot Fedora 22, but no luck
. Any help will be appreciated.