In step 5 of this tutorial, it says to leave all other parameters on their defaults. Could it be a problem to select NTFS rather than FAT?
According to this answer it could be a problem since UEFI does not support NTFS.
Side note if possible it is suggested to use UEFI rather than legacy BIOS.
Q: Could it be a problem to select NTFS rather than FAT ?
A: It depends which tool you use, and your question links to a tutorial using Rufus in Windows, so my answer is focused on Rufus.
- If cloning, Rufus 'DD image mode', everything will be overwritten anyway with the content of the iso file, so it does not matter.
- If extraction, maybe. Some tools use the existing file system, some create a file system before extracting. I think Rufus 'ISO image mode' will create a file system (overwrite what was there before), and FAT32 will work in most computers.