I want to create a Windows Unattended Iso with some programs(notepad,CCleaner,burnaware) that I want to be pre-installed when the installation finishes. I’ve tried: Windows deployment kit, but I don’t want to create a server I only want to make a bootable usb with the ISO -Some youtube videos, but creating a bat file doesn’t work ..
My system recognize both of Flash and CD in the boot but can’t setup os from them, my system and flash are UEFI but i can’t boot and setup os (windows, linux) from CD or Fladh, why? Source: Windows..
Is it possible to create a bootable USB of an iSO file which is more than 4GB? What I want to do is create a bootable drive of windows 10 (64 bit architecture) on my linux device. (if possible dual boot) The problem I am facing is that with the ‘FAT’ formatting, I can’t create ..
I tried to install Microsoft Windows 10 to my new laptop so I downloaded Windows 10 from official Microsoft website now when I want to copy image file to my 8 gigabyte USB or 16 gigabyte SD card it shows me this message: the file "Win10_20H2_v2_EnglishInternatinal.×64" is too large for the destination file system. So ..
The laptop is currently running on Elementary OS (Linux), and I would like to install WIN10 from a bootable USB. Can anyone help me with this please? P.S.: Tried with 3 different ISO images of WIN OS, including WIN8.1. Thank you for all the help. Source: Windows..
I am on a Windows machine. I try to install a virtual Mac machine in VirtualBox the following way: https://www.wikigain.com/install-macos-catalina-on-virtualbox-on-windows/ I get stuck in step 7. In step 7 I have to create a bootable disk and then install macOS Catalina on that bootable disk, but whatever I try, the created bootable disk does not ..
I was trying to set up Linux windows dual boot. When I tried to redo the partitioning for Linux it somehow damaged my windows partition and now when I boot into it it just loads with a completely blank screen after I log in. It still works like I can open applications but they don’t ..
I’m not able to install Windows 7 from a bootable USB in a Windows 10 native machine I recently acquired. I tried all the alternatives I guess to prepare the USB, disabling Secure boot, using GPT/MBR partition, NTFS/Fat32, changing to legacy mode in BIOS, and still I’m not able. Sometimes I receive "windows failed to ..