Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1328794
Windows 10 install usb stick not recognized
Last modified: 2016-09-19 22:46:08 EDT
Description of problem:
If i create an windows 10 install USB with creator, then close and restart the creator, then the creator is no longer recognizing the usb device. The message is:
"There are no portable drives connected."
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.use creator to put windows 10 uinstall iso on USB
2.close creator ; open creator
The creator does not see any USB device
The creator sees the USB device
if you use 'dd' or another method to put a fedora 24 netinstall on the USB stick, then the creator sees the USB device.
i've just noticed another thing: the w10 device is mounted as /dev/sdb , no partitions are involved.
and i remember the original creator wanted one usb stick with one partition formatted as fat32.
maybe it's related.
I have same problem after writing dragonfly bsd's .img. and also there are no partitions in the usb stick.
I have the exact same thing.
Sorry guys, the tool is not intended for usage with anything else than Linux (and especially Fedora) installation and live media.