So here has been my process so far:
- Asus Notebook w/ Windows 10, was reformatted to Debian Linux
- Attempting to go back to Windows 10 (not that I don't like Linux, just wanted it for something else)
- Had to change several BIOS settings for it to recognize the bootable Windows USB
- Windows installer griped that it didn't want to install on an MBR, and wanted GPT instead.
- Option to reformat was grayed out, so after several attempts I deleted that partition, which is now reading unallocated.
- Trying to create a new partition exists as an option. Clicking it pops a box to select memory size, but once selected does nothing.
- Attempted DBAN tool, BIOS doesn't recognize it to boot from it. Same thing with Partition Wizard 9.1.
- Just to see if it would work, attempted to install Unbuntu, which won't finish install by saying the drive has 0 bytes left on it.
Any ideas? I'm stumped here on where else to go or how else to proceed. Been at it all day with no luck so far; any guidance or input would be really helpful! Thanks guys.
Edited by BmSKT, 31 December 2016 - 11:03 PM.