Once upon a time, the Apple BootCamp worked as expected for the most part. In recent times though, that is no longer correct as many might already know.
There are occasions when I need to use native Windows and I would like that to be on an external SSD to be used and re-installed as and when needed.
There are 2 main issues when trying to install Windows on a Mac if you do not have a Windows system around.
1. Keyboard/Mouse/Trackpad does not work
2. You need Windows to get a NTFS formatted drive
There is a lot of material on the Internet that seems to be more in the legacy domain now.
I will discuss how to create a bootable USB drive for Windows 10 on the Mac using simple tools that anyone can deal with. The bootable USB I create works fine on both my iMac and MacBook Pro since I get the keyboard working in both cases and that allows me to install the Apple BootCamp drivers and application without any external requirements.
Let us see how this can be done…
Download Windows 10 ISO from:
Download UNetBootIn from:
Download Extramagic from:
Download the AutoUnattend.xml from: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dxoQk3YAeWOqJYuRTtIHQU0_dsrywKTI/view?usp=sharing