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Can't create a windows usb Fedora 25

asked 2017-12-26 19:00:33 -0500

Angelo gravatar image

I've already tried media writer and MultiWriter to burn the iso to the usb but it keeps appearing as unallocated space in gparted ,I'm not sure if that's normal. Also whenever I use the gui of winusb it always gives me an error 32512 and when I use the terminal using the command --format it gives me an error that I have no bootable partition even if I set the flag to boot in gparted. They have all the same result, whenever I try to boot the usb it flashes then returns me back to fedora. I'm at a loss please help me

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Welcome to ask.fedora. First, what happens when you try to use that flash drive on a different computer? I ask because it's always possible that it's not good. Also, WinUSB is a Windows program so you'll need to find a Windows forum for help with it. Last, if you're trying to create a LiveUSB, it needs to be formatted as VFAT, just as it was when you first bought it.

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answered 2017-12-27 01:15:16 -0500

Elineda gravatar image

Winusb don't work well, for create Win usb I follow this tutorial

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answered 2017-12-27 05:43:55 -0500

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For windows 7 - just format flash in ntfs and set a boot flag (u can do this in gparted etc.). Then just copy all files from iso to usb (This works for Legacy BIOS systems)

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