No the best bet is to wait. Assuming you completely formatted the drive and the computer is fast enough and you got a good burn waiting will pay off. Try cycling the drive door. That helped me back when I used to install Windows 7 off burned DVDs -- that sounds so primitive now
Alternatively you can create a 2.5-3 GB partition, expand the iso to it, mark it active and reboot. You'll have the fastest install media in the world. Let the installer create what partitions it wants in the free space and then press shift+f10 while it's expanding files to get a prompt. Then use diskpart to activate the proper partition that setup created.
Or you can just expand the install.wim manually with imagex right onto the bare media, run bcdboot and restart. That's by far the quickest!!!
I'd be happy to walk you thru it on messenger or something.