Topic: GParted don't allow me to create root partition on my secound HDD
So I have W10 on my first HDD(which is MBR) and I have an empty secound HDD which is GPT and where I want to install Solus(Linux distro which doesn't have integrated partition manager). So I use GParted from it's Live USB to manage partitions.
On my first HDD I can't create more than 4 primary partitions(which I already have), but when I try to do something it allows me to put flags, create root partition(/ ) or swap partition.
I want to install my Linux on the secound HDD, which is free but GParted doesn't allow me to put flags, create root or swap partitions...it doesn't even allows me to create logical partitions, despite the HDD being GPT...
Actually first GParted didn't recognised the partition from the HDD so I formatted it and it's recognisible.
Here is the disk when opened with GParted:
What should I do in order for GParted to allow me to create a root partition, bootloader-I need flags for this, swap partition and NTFS partition to be accessible both for W10 and Linuix?