That’s what I’ve selected. But it results in #8 “Stripe: Not enough disks selected. (0 < 1 minimum)”.
Can this mean that the hardware can’t handle the ZFS format? On the other hand, it seems to be the same with UFS.
The only thing I can think of is that I have to select something else in some menu. Why would it otherwise say " Not enough disks selected."?
It obviously that it finds the Kingston harddrive (#7). Could it have something to do with the installed Ubuntu (it has created two partitions in BIOS)? On the other hand when the installation process starts it should erase that.
It seems that everything goes wrong with this notebook computer and that it may have been that I bought the wrong hardware. It’s built for Windows 8.1, but that is my desktop as well, and that has no problems with ZFS and PC-BSD and probably not with TrueOS ether (haven’t tried yet).
I’m also thinking that if the Radeon graphics would be the problem the installation would start at all as when I first tried PC-BSD 10.3 and 10.2, that didn’t work at all and I got an early error.
I’m speculating a lot here. What do you guys think? Is there a solution?