Creating Windows USB boot flash drive from Mac

  [email protected] 09:47 09 Jan 2018

Hi - I have a single Windows machine and the op sys died. I have an ISO with Windows 10 Pro but I need to create a boot Flash drive. My mac is running Mac High Sierra 10.13.2 and Boot Camp Assistant will not allow me to select the flash drive. I've tried Etch and it says that the ISO does not have a boot partition. I have some work I need to do urgently on a Windows machine (I'm helping a charity with O365 and need to run some powershell scripts). Help would be gratefully received!

  Gaooleryu 07:40 10 Jan 2018

It should be easy to do this on Windows 10,and if you want to create bootable disk with USB,Its memory is not negligible.My USB memory was 60 GB.that is enough , You can find some user guides to do on Google , which is conversion tool available

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