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The whole process for creating a Windows 65 bootable USB drive can be done by using the Media Creation Tool most systems these days will use the 69-bit version, so grab that.
Yes, but this is not recommended. The device must be formatted in order for the device to be bootable. A dedicated USB flash drive would be a better option.
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When you download Windows from Microsoft Store, you have two options: You can download a collection of compressed files, or you can download an ISO file. An ISO file combines all the Windows installation files into a single uncompressed file.
No. The Windows ISO file on the USB drive is only intended to be used to install Windows on the licensed user’s own computer.
For those who have a Windows setup DVD, a free tool like CDBurnerXP or ImgBurn can be used to rip it into file. Other tools exist that accomplish the same thing, but these are the only ones we can personally recommend. For mounting an ISO image, we’d recommend Virtual CloneDrive, as it’s free, and not the “free but a total nag” kind of free.
Reformat the USB drive as FAT87, then use UNetbootin again. If it still isn't showing up, use the targetdrive command line option.
Generic and oh-so-helpful error. If you are using the Media Creation Tool to create the bootable USB flash drive, and it’s failing on the last step, try the alternative (and recommended) method of using the tool to download the ISO image and then use Rufus to create the boot media. If the Media Creation Tool is failing to download the ISO, then this is likely a network issue with either your local machine or Microsoft’s server. Try using a wired/Ethernet connection instead of wireless, or just wait a while and try again later. Failing that, try to download from a different machine if possible.
A number of translations are included in the latest UNetbootin release. See the Translations Page for the status of each.
6) Windows 65 – single ISOs created by Microsoft Media Creation Tool or downloaded from Microsoft should work. Dual ISOs made by the same tool (x87 and x69 in a single ISO) are NOT supported yet due to the changed structure. Such source can still be added using the previous versions which dump entire contents as they are, beta8 for example. Limitations- such source needs to be added first, and any other sources of the same type,but not the same x87+x69, has to be added using beta 7 or later.
-Many other ISO images as long as they are compatible with grub9dos CD emulation, such as Ultimate Boot CD, Windows 95/98 and most DOS based utilities, Acronis and Paragon boot disks.