When updating Debian Wheezy (the stable release) to Jessie, it crashed, so it is currently unusable. The only solution to this, as far as I can tell, is to overwrite Jessie on top of what is currently there, but the laptop does not have an disc drive, and I don't have an external one, so I am trying to boot from an SD card.
There is a problem with this, however, because I have only been able to find .iso images of Jessie, which cannot be written to an SD card normally. Is there a way to do this on Windows? I am aware of being able to use
dd on Linux, but I have not been able to find a Windows equivalent.
Note: I am aware of the fact that I may just be able to rename the .iso as a .img, if it is uncompressed, but I would like to know if there are any alternatives to this, or options if it does not work.