Like the title states, I have downloaded an iso for Windows 10, and etched it on an 8GB USB flash drive. My purpose is to get rid of an Ubuntu 16.04 LTS installation; and install a brand new Windows 10 OS. I am currently using a Samsung 850 Evo 250gb SSD.
Btw it's a relatively new machine; I built it back in 2016, which means that it's not even a year old, and to date, has run successfully Windows 10, 8.1 and Ubuntu. So this might not be a hardware issue. Please note, that all of those versions in the past have been installed using a USB like I am using now.
With my USB plugged in, and me being able to select it as the boot method, the PC either boots into Ubuntu like nothing happened, or I get four choices from a GNU/GRUB screen.
The four options in the GNU GRUB are as follows:
1.-Ubuntu 2.-Advanced Options for Ubuntu 3.-Memory Test (memtest86+) 4.-Memory Test (memtest86+, serial console 115200)
Also, it must be noted that the entire drive except for some swap memory space is laid out for Ubuntu and I have nothing else on this SSD.
Why am I not booting into the Windows Installer Screen?
Is there something that I am doing wrong?