Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Home grown, home schooled. OS: W10 Insider + Linux CPU: AMD Ryzen 1700X Motherboard: Asus Prime X370 Pro Memory: 2x8 GB Kingston HyperX Predatore DDR4 3600 MHz Graphics Card: Gigabyte AMD Rx 460 oc Sound Card: Realtec 1220s onboard Monitor(s) Displays: 28'(BenQ) + 24'+21 (4:3)Samsung Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080 PSU: Sharkoon, Silent Storm 660W Case: Chieftec Dragon Full tower Cooling: Cooler Master Nepton 140XL Hard Drives: Samsung 960 evo M. Wimax Bus Enumerator Driver Windows 10 on this page. 2 240GB Silicon Power Velox 70- 240GB WD 1TB Blue WD 2 TB Blue Seagate 320GB (Linux) Internet Speed: 40/10 Mbps Browser: Firefox Antivirus: WD, MBAM. Or GPT in case of UEFI Bios.No, Windows can currently only be installed on a NTFS partition and the installation will offer to format it for you if it is not (or say you can't install). GPT is the partition table type (vs MBR on older versions of Windows). This is not the same as the file system (NTFS, FAT, EXT4 etc) which is defined for each individual partition irrespective of the partition table type (although not in the same way). You can't install Windows on a ExFAT partition (but you can use an ExFAT partition to run a VM if you wish).
Tags: hard-drive windows-10 ntfs windows-10-v1511 exfat. Active (you many not need to make it active, so you can skip this). Format fs=exfat -q. Update: for Windows 10, use QUICK instead of -q.
You can download the ISO onto an ExFAT partition (as it will fit within the file system limits) but you can't install it on that partition without formatting it. I have Samsung SSD with exFAT file system.Can I use for Win10 download?Vista and Win7 require NTFS, Win8 changed that requirement. Not sure what it means as far as exFat though. I'd be interested in a test. If you're willing. Note that some features will not be available if it does install. Compaq Presario Cq61 Windows 10 Drivers there. I don't think Reparse points are supported in exFat, so you lose all of those legacy folder links that point to the real folder (Application Data points to AppData, My Documents points to Documents.).