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  1. Hi to all, it’s genuinely pleasant for me to visit this web site,
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  2. Great tutorial Ajay. BTW, Linux Kernel 5.4+ has support for exFAT enabled, all you have to do is select other and exFat when formatting the partition.
    If exfat is greyed out you can install exFAT-utils to enable it.

  3. Thank you Ajay, very clear explanation. This also works in ubuntu 20.10. The only adjustment was to set my bios to UEFI and change the boot priority. Afterwards, I was good to go.
    After 5 years of Linux back to Windows again. Not because I want to but the rest of the world speaks only windows 🤣. Hope that will change soon.

    1. It is already changing Mario. Many educational institutions and firms have shifted towards open-source Linux and we can see the progress and change in the upcoming years when more and more people will get used to Linux. Windows still does a decent job with a vast application base and hardware support.

  4. Used your tutorial on creating windows 10 usb on ubuntu exactly, but after I restart my pc and attempt to boot from such USB .. all I get is “no bootable drives found”
    I’ve tried everything I can possibly think of.. please help

    1. Hey Sean! You can try disabling ‘Secure Boot’ from BIOS settings or you can also try inserting the USB drive to another USB port of your PC or laptop. This method works flawlessly, you need not worry.