I tried many different ways to create a 64-bit Windows 10 boot image with a USB drive using my laptop with Fedora 28. However, everything I tried failed.
Using GNOME MultiWriter or
dd It left me with no option to boot from the usb device in UEFI.
mkusb, woeusb or UNetbootin left me with the possibility to select the USB boot option in UEFI, enter the Windows installation manager, but after choosing the language and start the configuration, it loads and fails with an error that says no could be found
C: sources install.wim. I double and triple checked that is there, but for some reason, Windows can not find it. Therefore, this response in the Microsoft forums does not help either. This also happens when I manually partition the stick as described in this response.
I also tried using Rufus with Wine, but it does not detect the USB drive.
My USB drive has 32 GB and is a USB 3.0 drive. I used it before to install Fedora on the same laptop. I also tried using a USB 2.0 drive (also used to install other operating systems in the past) just in case, but it did not help; the same error message about
I also downloaded the Windows 10 image again, in case of any damage and verified that the sum md5 is exactly the same between both downloads.
I do not know what else to do. Does anyone know about this error with
install.wim? I could not find any additional information about this error. When I look at the file inside Nautilus on the disk, I'm a little surprised that it has a size of 4.3 GB. Since the stick was formatted as FAT32, I thought there could not be any file larger than 4 GB.