Ok. Now I actually need help again. I would think there would be a thousand ways to do it, but for some reason I can’t seem to get it.
I want to install windows on a fresh HD, but I can’t seem to find a program that will take a windows .iso on an Ubuntu system and install it on an HD.And my UEFI doesn’t seem to want to boot off the iso I put on the flash drive with UnetBootin.
Rufus: Doesn’t work on wine
UnetBootin: can’t be configured to recognize HD’s outside of wine.
Etcher Linux 64X: "Special needs to make a windows iso, please use a program like Rufus"
Etcher Windows 64X: “Requires windows 7 or newer” I also think it requires x32 bit to be wine compatible, so double strike with wine.
YUMI: when ‘show all drives’ is selected, it only shows another drive, if I continue and try to run the iso onto it it gives me a warning about making sure its a USB. If I ignore it and continue on it gives me an error about ‘partition is NTFS, needs to be FAT32 or NTFS file-system’
I should get a job as a bug tester. Or just start using things like normal people do…