Diskpart Command to make bootable USB Windows10 Media

ReAnRoid - OS Help
May 10, 2018

Manually creating Windows 10 ISO which never fails with UEFI  and Secure Boot On.

I will quickly take you through the Diskpart Command to make Windows 10 bootable USB drive.

To Run Diskpart Command first, you need to get into Command prompt with admin rights.

The shortest way to do it is to hold Windows key+R key to the open run box in run prompt type CMD and then press CTRL+Shift+Enter to enter command prompt with admin rights.
Now in their Type

>Diskpart
>List Disk
>Select Disk <number (note number should be listed for USB under List Disk it could be any number.) Enter the number without <> arrow parentheses>
>Clean
>Create Part Pri
>Select Part 1
>Format FS=FAT32 quick
>Active
>Exit
>Exit

Hope you must have downloaded the Windows 10 Latest ISO from Microsoft's website.

Then simply extract all files into USB drive.

Note: To extract ISO you can use Winrar, 7Zip, Windows 10 explorer etc..
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Things to remember:
So after making bootable USB ensure keeping Secure Boot and UEFI.

Windows 10 RS3 and RS4 does not support legacy Boot.

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