There are many things wrong with your Question, much detail missing.
There are 2 fundamental issues:-
735ad48f-8226-cd40-8405-77d27761a4e7 is NOT a PARTUUID
modules-load=dwc2,g_ether is incompatible with use of the USB for storage.
Frankly trying to use a Pi Zero with an external drive is a waste of time. You would be better to get a real Pi.
If you REALLY ...
I was able to find the source of the issue thanks to these two posts from Pi's forums:
It turns out, I flashed the image on 32GB microSD card which I put into microSD-SD adapter which I then inserted into SD card reader "port"...
On a Pi 4, it should be possible to boot from a device connected to USB-C (BCM-USB-MSD setting for BOOT_ORDER), which should ignore devices connected to regular USB ports. It's not a great option though: USB-C on a Pi 4 is USB 2.0 only, and you'll need to power the Pi via the 5V pin of the GPIO connector.
You can also try plugging the SSD directly and put ...
I have crawled a lot of forums with the solution below.
The main issue encountered in Windows 10 is that, the Raspberry Pi Zero maybe identified as USB COM port device.
We have to install a RNDIS driver instead of the auto-installed USB serial port driver.
Download RNDIS driver from here : RNDIS driver, originated from here
unzip the file and put them in a ...