apparently I've lost my magic touch for getting a bootable windows USB stick from the downloaded ISO so I'm burning it to a BD-R
@iliana If that works, that's something I'll need to keep in my back pocket if I get burnable BD-R...
@Whovian9369 seems to! since pretty much every blu-ray drive shows up as a bootable CD drive, just Real Big
@iliana I'm kind of sad that the rufus app that does it reliably is only available on windows (i think rufus currently adds a fat32 partition with ntfs driver + boot chainloader)
you used to be able to do it by copying the iso contents to a fat32 partition, but on current win10 isos there's a >4gb file :(
I forget what the official windows usb creator does, i think it might create a fat32 partition with boot files and an ntfs partition with everything else.