I know this should be simple but I cannot for the life of me find info online about how to accomplish it. What I'm after is:
With a 32GB USB flash drive
1. Create small (1GB) FAT32 partition
2. Create a larger 31GB ExFAT "Data" partition to store a .WIM file. < this is why I need a second partition: the WIM is 14 GB's too large to fit on FAT32.
3. Write a bootable WinPE (Dell ImageAssist) ISO to the first, smaller partition
4. The USB flash drive will be used to boot a machine, then take the .WIM file from the "Data" partition and restore it to the machine's SSD.
I have tried using:
- Rufus (no option to change formatting type, FAT32 only)
- WinSetupFromUSB (works to make multi-boot ISO's on a single flash drive, but that's not what I need)
The machines will all be Dell Latitude laptops using UEFI. How can I get this done? Thanks.