SystemRescueCd documentation recommends using its own Windows installer to make a bootable USB drive. I tried using it last week on a Windows 10 laptop, and I'm afraid it did not work. (I was in a hurry, I didn't do any investigation, and I can't help reproducing it anymore.)
Fortunately, I found Rufus. It is a tool to make bootable USB drives on Windows, it is open-source, it seemed to have a better UI/UX than SystemRescueCd installer, and (most important of all) it just worked.
Maybe it could be a good idea to change the documentation to recommend Rufus instead of the current installer. It's also one less tool to maintain yourselves. What do you think?
Post there if you have problem when downloading the iso, or burning it.
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