Alternatively, if the Media Creation Tool isn’t working, you can Download the Windows 10 ISO file and then use the Rufus tool to create an installation with UEFI support.
To create a Windows 10 install media with support for UEFI, connect a USB flash drive with at least 4GB of space, and then use these steps:
- Open the official Rufus page.
- Double-click the Rufus.exe file to launch the tool.
- Under “Device,” select the USB flash drive with at least 4GB or 8GB of space.
Under “Boot selection,” click the Select button on the right.
- Click the Open button.
- Use the “Image option” drop-down to select the Standard Windows installation option.
- Use the “Partition scheme and target system type” drop-down to select the GPT option.
- Use the “Target system” drop-down to select the UEFI (non CSM) option.
- Under the “Show Advanced drive properties” section, leave the default settings.
- Under the “Volume label” field, enter a descriptive name for the drive. For Example, “win10_install_usb.”
- Under the “File system” and “Cluster size” section, leave the default settings.
- Click the Show advanced format options button, and make sure that “Quick format” and “Create extended label and icon files” options are selected.
- Click the Start button.
- Click the OK button to confirm that the USB flash drive will be wiped out.
- After completing the steps, the Rufus tool will create a bootable media, which you can then use to install Windows 10 on devices using UEFI.