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How to make a Windows 10 bootable usb drive

asked 2017-05-14 17:56:52 -0500

fedoranewbia gravatar image

Hello, Ive realized that fedora isn't really for me, so I'm trying to switch back to windows 10. I downloaded the .iso 64 bit verison, and put it on a usb. When I try running setup.exe with wine application, wine windows program loader, nothing happens. Only the first time, it specifically showed a window where it said windos installer, but it said setup.exe was corrput. Can someone help me, I am desparate.

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answered 2017-05-14 18:20:12 -0500

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updated 2017-05-14 19:02:23 -0500

You can install gnome-multi-writer sudo dnf install gnome-multi-writer on the terminal and the use gnome-multi-writer to write any .iso file into a USB. Hopes this help. Sorry you do not like Fedora.

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answered 2018-05-15 06:16:09 -0500

jo_117 gravatar image

hello, There r many software avaliable to make win 10 bootable, few of them are - rufus, universal usbinstaller ,power iso, WoeUSB application....

i will talk abt WoeUSB app,

install this software using dnf install , after launch the app in graphical, then select ur usb,format the usb, and simply select the .iso extract all files. done Now to install it simply connect ur usb ,n restart the system, press f2 or f10 or f12 for boot setting then select ur usb from boot menu and run it....thats all

hope it helps.......

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