Hi I have never used this service before but it would seem EE is my only hope... let's see :)
I am attempting the impossible. I just plain don't like Windows 10 and want windows 7 on my shiny new DELL XPS 9560 laptop.
I have bought a 2.5" SATA3 Kingston 240GB SSD (non m.2 NVME).
I have used DISKPART to clean and create a primary partition but the Win7 installer cannot see my drive?
To confirm what i am doing in DISKPART:
SELECT DISK 0
CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY
I have tried various other DISKPART commands also leaving an unallocated space to see if this fixed the issue... it did not. I have the Win7 USB Bootable version inc SP1 so i'm at a loss as to why it's not being detected. I thought SP1 has drivers in it that support SSD's? I created the windows installer USB via the Official Windows USB/DVD Download Tool.
Any help massively appreciated as this has been a long process to get a new SSD, the cable to connect it to the motherboard and a new smaller battery that allows the SSD to sit in the case. Please view attached files to understand exactly what the issue is
Thank you so much in advanced.