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[EDIT] My mistake, the ISO is bootable, I missed the CSM settings of my BIOS/EFI to unlock Legacy boot options
I tried to burn the issdfut_2.2.1.iso with Rufus, and the "Universal USB Installer" of the user guide on Windows.
I also tried from Linux with Unetbootin and gnome-image-writer. No more sucess.
The iso is probably broken to boot.
Please, Intel, repost a clean installer, I'm stuck with my production laptop with ext4 corrupted regularly by the 600p SSD.
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There are many methods and tools to create a bootable USB media from an ISO in Linux. The dd commands should work, we can also recommend UNetbootin* or the "Startup Disk Creator*" tool that should be preinstalled in Ubuntu* by default.
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