When creating a bootable USB device to install Windows 10 we can do it in several different ways. The first one, the official way, is to use the Microsoft media creation tool that will allow us to download the latest official version of the operating system and create an ISO image or burn it directly to a USB memory, as we explain in the next two sections.
However, the Windows 10 media creation tool often causes problems when creating the USB memory for various reasons, such as temporary errors when verifying the ISO image, problems with the hard disk structure (especially if it is formatted in GPT) and many other unknown reasons. But did you know that you can use a tool like Win32 Disk Imager to get this done quickly and easily?
Therefore, if we are having problems when creating a Windows 10 installation USB, then we will explain how to create our Windows 10 installation memory prepared for UEFI systems using the well-known Win32 Disk Imager tool. The process will be the same for other operating systems, we simply have to change the ISO of this system to another ISO of another operating system, such as Ubuntu.
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