Boot camp not able to make bootable usb

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Maxmorfim

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Howdy y’all, I’m running the latest Mac OS Mojave on a Mac book pro 2017 and I’m trying to make a bootable usb (win10). First off when I download the 64 bit windows 10 the program that shows up on my computer is labeled cccom64 something or other... I’m not sure if that is the same as the windows 10. Secondly when I try to use boot camp it does not let me get past the welcome screen. I don’t have enough space. I’m required to have 40 gb of space. Ultimately, my biggest question is, is there a way to make a bootable usb for windows 10 using a different app that is easier? If not can someone walk me through fixing bootcamp and then using the program that was supposed to be windows 10, go through the process of making it a bootable usb. Thanks again community hope we can figure this out! :)
 
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There is a issue with Mojave and Boot Camp involving Boot Camp's inability to read the free disk space on the HD amongst other issues. Using another program, like Parallels, apparently works. Apple is apparently aware of the issue but has remained quiet.
 
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