Ok so I am trying to install Budgie 18.04.3 64bit on a new Dell inspiron 5000. My laptop currently only has one C drive and windows 10 installed on it.
I created a bootable usb drive using rufus (FAT32 and also tried with NTFS option) and tried to install it. Before launching the installer it gave me the ACPI error which I have mentioned in this post
So I ignored the error and continue with the installation. Got all the usual steps in the install wizard like set the language, keyboard etc. After selecting the Normal Install option the installer goes directly to this step skipping the one where you select “Alongside another OS” or “Erase and install Ubuntu”
Oh, I’ve only ever used this with a single operating system. So I’ve made that change, then Blown Away the system installing a new operating system. I have secure boot disabled because I know at times it has problems with Linux. I use UEFI only. And I haven’t looked into the fastboot settings.