MAGIC aka Making Anything Gruelingly "Impossible" Coherent
Whatever operating system you are using to create the USB, you will need to have a Windows 10 ISO, either from Microsoft or your system manufacturer and have a USB drive 8GB or larger (or one with at least 5GB of free space and using the FAT32 filesystem, but using a fresh and empty one is best).
need Windows... but who am I to judge?)
Problem statement (Your biggest problem is you
You probably stumbled across this post because you got an error trying to use Unetbootin or 7zip or
Disk Utility when trying to make a bootable Windows USB. This might have been
E_FAIL from p7zip/7zip, or a hard to spot error in the logs when you
7z x the entire contents of the ISO over to a FAT32 USB. Since FAT32 can only handle files up to 4GB (it truncates anything larger), the "fluffy"
install.wim that exceeds this limit gets corrupted and results in a USB that you can boot from, but fails partway through attempting t