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So i have Ubuntu installed in my system. I formatted the 8GB usb stick (mbr partition) created a FAT32 partition and copied contents of ISO.

After sometime i notice error in copying because install.wim is greater than 4 gb, Then too i booted from USB. The installer was working but it gave me(shoud give) an error.

So i formatted the drive again changed the filesystem to NTFS and now it is not booting.

To check that bootable USB is working correctly I booted it in my other system and it worked properly.

But not working in my current system(Lenovo yoga 500).

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    You shouldn't simply copy the ISO file to the existing filesystem of the flash drive. You should overwrite the entire contents of the flash drive bit-by-bit with the contents of the ISO file. There are specialized utilities for doing so. Since you're on Ubuntu, I recommend dd. – hedgie May 23 at 22:54
  • I use this utility to copy Windows images to a usb drive>>>>microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=56485 – Moab May 23 at 23:41
  • Sorry my bad, i didn't simple copies the iso i copied it's content @hedgie – Techno world May 24 at 5:44
  • And i have Ubuntu so i think this tool won't work in my system @Moab – Techno world May 24 at 5:45

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