Written by James McDonald

October 3, 2022


Warning: I tried to burn an ISO to a USB with dd on Linux and it simply wouldn’t install on my computer telling me it was missing media drivers.

The above program on Windows 10 Pro burnt the ISO to the USB key correctly and I was able to start the install process.

So the take away from this is burning a Windows 10 Pro ISO on Linux may lead to a USB key that will not install correctly.


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