#StackBounty: #18.04 #live-usb #gparted #ssd #fdisk Can't see internal drive when using Ubuntu's LiveUSB

Bounty: 250

I have a laptop which has a 256GB internal drive with Windows 10 Enterprise installed on it and it works fine.

I want to install Ubuntu 18.04.02. I have created a LiveUSB and can boot into the OS by selecting the “Try without installing” option.

However, when I try to install Ubuntu, I get a message saying that I do not have enough storage space. I have tried sudo fdisk -l, but it does not list the 256GB drive. I have also tried using gparted, and it too does not list the 256GB drive.

The laptop is a Dell Latitude 7490.

EDIT 1:

To shut down Windows 10, I opened the command line and typed shutdown /s /f /t 0

sudo fdisk -l shows me the following:

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sudo parted -l shows me the following:

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