I'm trying to use a 64-bit Linux Mint machine to make a bootable Windows USB drive, but it's not working correctly, so I think there's a problem with the imaging process.
I downloaded the 32-bit ISO of Windows 10 from Microsoft's website. Then I opened USB Image Writer (which comes with Linux Mint; I used the GUI), set the image to the ISO I obtained, and the destination to
/dev/sdb, which is the location of the USB drive I inserted.
However, despite setting the machine's boot settings to Legacy with Secure Boot off, and even moving the USB to the top of the boot order list, it does not boot. I am on a Dell Inspiron 15 laptop, and I was using a Sandisk 128GB flash drive as a USB.
As requested in the comments:
$ sudo file /dev/sdb block special