So, after an hour or so of creating a USB stick from the Enterprise ISO image, I realized I needed to use a GPT format due to UEFI.
- Download Rufus (https://rufus.akeo.ie/)
- Choose USB drive (>8GB)
- Partition type: GPT
- Filesystem: FAT32
- Cluster size: Default
- Volume label: Whatever. Doesn’t matter.
- Format options:
- Quick Format
- Create bootable using specified ISO image.
- Standard Windows Install
- Create extended label and icon files (not sure if needed, but was the default)
- Boot Surface pro by holding the down volume button, applying power, and releasing when the Windows icon goes away.
- Install like normal (Choose partition 4 for install. Ensure you format the partition to remove any old versions of Windows)
- Install drivers. (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=49498)
Here is a reference link that I used for this post: http://www.sureshjoshi.com/productivity/installing-windows-10-on-the-surface-pro-3/