By udisk, I mean a 2.5 inch HDD placed in a plastic box with a SATA-to-USB3.0 cable
I'm quite familiar (not professional, daily use only) with Linux (Arch&Ubuntu) but newbie to Windows. Sometimes my Windows is dead after some stupid yet unrecoverable operation by me. I have to:
- download Windows 10 iso image file
- Borrow Windows computer from others.
- Install Ultraiso on that computer.
- Create Windows 10 installation udisk with Ultraiso and iso file.
- Boot into udisk.
- Repair/Reinstall my Windows 10.
I'm tired of borrowing computers or preparing extra udisks. Is there any way to create a Windows installation udisk with Linux only, without Windows?
dd if=[XXX.iso] of=/dev/sdX- The udisk will be unbootable, tried many times
Install Ultraiso onWindows VM,
create a virtual disk, use Ultraiso to flash iso to virtual disk, binary dump virtual disk to my udisk- Too much trouble
- Manually set up ISOLINUX/GRUB2/etc. on udisk and extract iso (If so,a thorough tutorial is much appreciated)