I am trying to use Unetbootin to download the new Windows 10 iso directly to my secondary Hard Drive. I formatted and partitioned the drive as so:

Allotment: 100GB
Drive letter: A
File System: NTFS
Allocation Unit Size: Default
Volume Label: Windows 10
Quick Format: Yes
Enable File and Folder Compression: No

I also marked the partition as active.
Then when I go into Unetbootin, the drive is not available. Any help?

  • Have you selected the "Show All Drives" check box? (i.stack.imgur.com/wpL8L.jpg) Also, I don't think the iso file is meant for this. I think it's used to create installation media... – BloodPhilia Jul 30 '15 at 19:37
  • I don't have that option; not sure why. – Dr. Owning Jul 31 '15 at 18:09

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