I'm attempting to install linux mint on my pc with a hybrid drive system (SSD and disk); not dual boot.
I'm booting linux mint from a usb and install is erroring on grub install, but says the installation is successful. Additionally, the pc won't boot into linux. I believe this is partially due to the SSD disk (used for startup).
I've formatted the hard disk, but the SSD is read only and I've attempted
sudo chown to the mounted SSD partition, but am getting:
chown: changing ownership of '/media/mint/Windows': Read-only file system
I've also attempted various things in gparted and gnome disk management.
I have no access to windows, as the boot manager was corrupt and I've deleted the files on the primary disk.
How can I reformat/remove the partitions from the SSD and change it to read/write?