I seem to be in an eternal loop of getting nowhere with a fresh Bootcamp install. I have a 27" iMac 5k, last year I opened up the system and did a processor upgrade, ram upgrade and pulled out the 1TB Fusion drive and installed a 500 SSD which left me with a weird 24 GB Apple SSD in the system. I actually use the 24GB as a scratch disk for Backblaze. I was running Mojave 10.14.4 and I couldn't install Bootcamp for the life of me, kept running in partitioning issues and tried a million fixes for it. So I have given up and thought I would just wipe the entire drive and do a fresh install because that should work right!? Well now I'm running in to a whole new set of issues which is pretty annoying. First I have made a bootable Win 10 image on USB, the Bootcamp setup failed doing that so I did it on a Windows PC with Rufus using the 1803 ISO, apparently there are issues with the latest one? Bootcamp failed at making the Windows support software USB as well so I manually downloaded that package and dumped it on another USB drive. Now I open the Bootcamp app and it shows my 24GB and my 500GB SSD drives and tells me OVER AND OVER "The installer disc could not be found". I even tried burning a DL-DVD of Windows 10 and that's not even working. I thought the 24GB SSD might be screwing it up so I formatted that as NTFS so the system would kind of see it as a useless unusable drive. But that just made the drive name disappear from the Boot Camp Assistant app but still shows the icon. I even disabled SIP to install OnyX to try and hide the 24GB SSD but it says it's a read only file system. I'm not sure if the 24GB SSD is a root to my problems or not but I was trying to get rid of it so there are less variables. What is happening!?