I have fedora 24, a USB drive, windows 7 x64 iso file, and a valid product key. How can I create a bootable USB install media?
I have tried several things, none successful. I have followed this guide and no part of the process failed, threw errors, or acted unusual. This guide basically has you create an NTFS partition with parted, set the boot flag, and then write the iso with unetbootin 494, which is old but the last version that would write to an NTFS partition. When I try and boot from the drive I get "This is not a bootable disk. Please insert a bootable floppy and press any key to try again..."
If I boot fedora I can mount and read this drive correctly, it contains the files from a Windows install disk.
My laptop is about 5 years old with traditional boot process, none of the new EFI stuff.