I need to write a windows7 iso file on my usb stick.
I had been used to this task. I usually either use the
dd tool, or
unetbootin. Surprisingly both don't work today.
dd I did the following :
dd bs=4m if='windows7.iso' of=/dev/sdb
My new supposedly bootable usb stick wont boot. Ok so I used
unetbootin. This time, I get the
unetbootin bootloader screen, but windows7 is not listed. Only the default choice is left.
In either way, I failed at creating my bootable stick. Few months ago, I could make this same USB stick boot with the very same ISO file. I also did the same tasks after formatting my stick withh this command:
mkfs.vfat -F 32 -I /dev/sdb
There were no difference as expected.
I am probably doing something wrong here, but I can't see where my mistake is.
Any idea on what is going on?