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Got a new ASUS laptop and I'm trying to install Windows 10 on it via an USB. I partioned the USB and added the Windows ISO on it using rufus. I tried using the file format FAT32 but Rufus complains that the ISO requires NTFS format, so I used that. But my BIOS can't detect my USB when it's partitioned with NTFS.
So I used another partition software that allowed me to override the NTFS restriction and partition it with the FAT32 format. Now the BIOS detects the USB and I can start the installation. But after completing the first step of the installation the computer restarts (as it should do) and boots on the new Windows partition on my SSD to continue the installation but now it fails and says: INACCESIBLE_BOOT_DECIVE.
I'm stuck. I feel like I tried every BIOS setting to make it work but I've yet to find one that works. Any ideas how to solve this? Or any other way I can install windows on my machine? Would removing the SSD and putting it in another machine with a BIOS that can detect NTFS be the easiest solution?
I'm kinda green on hardware issues like this and I would appreciate any help I can get