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I sometimes have problems with new disks and installers when the disk is not initialized. For example, if I do use windows and to clean from the CMD terminal the disk is no longer initialized and the installer can't recognize it. I suggest finding a way to initialize the disk with another tool before using the Fedora installer. I am not familiar enough with Linux to suggest a Linux tool for this. But I am sure this the problem you have.

I sometimes have problems with new disks and installers when the disk is not initialized. For example, if I do use windows and to clean from the CMD terminal the disk is no longer initialized and the installer can't recognize it. I suggest finding a way to initialize the disk with another tool before using the Fedora installer. I am not familiar enough with Linux to suggest a Linux tool for this. But I am sure this the problem you have.have. I suggest trying the Linux tools listed on this page: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Partitioning#Example_layouts

I sometimes have problems with new disks and installers when the disk is not initialized. For example, if I do use windows and to clean from the CMD terminal the disk is no longer initialized and the installer can't recognize it. I suggest finding a way to initialize the disk with another tool before using the Fedora installer. I am not familiar enough with Linux to suggest a Linux tool for this. But I am sure this the problem you have. I suggest trying the Linux tools listed on this page: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Partitioning#Example_layouts

Edit. Boot into your live USB and go to Disks and initialize the SSD.

I sometimes have problems with new disks and installers when the disk is not initialized. For example, if I do use windows and to clean from the CMD terminal the disk is no longer initialized and the installer can't recognize it. I suggest finding a way to initialize the disk with another tool before using the Fedora installer. I am not familiar enough with Linux to suggest a Linux tool for this. But I am sure this the problem you have. I suggest trying the Linux tools listed on this page: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Partitioning#Example_layouts

Edit. Boot into your live USB and go to Disks and initialize the SSD.SSD. Edit-2: Boot into the Live USB means the try without installing on your live USB.