EDIT: Problem solved! this dumbass had originally burned the iso onto my NVMe (i did this, due to that being the install procedure for tails) and when i realised this was the wrong way, windows didn't properly wipe the drive.
Thanks to everyone who helped!<3
I'm having this problem, which i don't seem to have found a solution for. I bought a Samsung 970 EVO Plus 500GB NVME drive. I wanted to install Ubuntu on it, but I can't seem to get it pop up when installing. Note that I have 3 other drives in my system, which i don't know if they cause any problems. I have a SATA SSD with windows on it, and two HDD's with games and movies on them.
I've tried two different methods. 1: I used BalenaEtcher to throw ubuntu directly onto the drive, which when i then arrived at the "erase drive and install ubuntu" page, i could see the SATA SSD and the two HDD's but not the NVME one. 2: I used BalenaEtcher to throw ubuntu on a USB, but with the same result as #1.
Sitting in windows disk manager i can see, a 4 MB FAT EFI partition and the rest is unallocated.
Help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
Edit: link to reddit post https://www.reddit.com/r/Ubuntu/comments/sci2ci/my_nvme_drive_doesnt_pop_up_when_installing_ubuntu/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3