So, I have been trying to install Windows 10 for quite a while now, and it is super frustrating. I can't just use ANY ISO burner, No, I have to use the 2 worst ones. woeusb and winusb. woeusb wont let me use my SD card because of a stupid number at the end of the device name (/dev/mmcblk0), and I can't even install winusb. When I attempt to install it, I get an error that says
However, since the tool is so useful the community has stepped in to fork the app and continue development. They have also created personal package archive (PPA) for users to install WoebUSB on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS through 20.04 LTS.
I have an bootable USB with windows 10.I tried to install it on my laptop lenovo G50-80: I've selected the boot menu (after turning on the laptop via a small button: here), but the usb name wasn't there, I tried an USB flash drive with Ubuntu 18.04 on it, it worked perfectly.
The usb with windows on it is kingston and the second one (with ubuntu) is transcend, if it matters.I have windows 8.1 (64-bit) preinstalled on the laptop.I used microsoft toolkit.I want to install windows on 64-bits.
The file is located under sources, so in our case /home/"user"/windows10data/sources/install.wim. Tocompress the file, we need a tool called wimlib. You ought to find it in your distro's repos. As I was usingKubuntu 18.04 for this task, the package is indeed available.
Installing on Ubuntu 18.04Install Mono (this is the minimum required, you can use mono-complete for a full install):sudo apt-get install libmono-system-windows-forms4.0-cilOn older versions of Ubuntu you might need to use libmono-winforms2.0-cil instead. 2b1af7f3a8