# Linux – Create a bootable Windows 10 USB drive (UEFI) from Linux

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How can I create a bootable Windows 10 USB drive from Linux ?

• WinUSB doesn't work with Windows 10.
• UNetbootin doesn't work either.
• dd method didn't work as well.

Beside this, I've tried creating a GPT partition table and one partition of type ef00 and formatted as fat32, and then copied all ISO contents to it. It boots OK, but when I go to start installation it shows the prompt for media dialog.

Update

Another try:

1. Created a GPT
2. Created a FAT32 at end of drive of 50 MB
3. Created NTFS at remaining space
4. Put UEFI:NTFS on FAT32
5. Copied ISO content to NTFS

The installation starts ok, but at start of progress shows error 0xc0000005 (if i remember correctly).