Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by antonio8909, Apr 25, 2019.
Is there any way to create a AiO x86 and x64 using NtLite or another program?
If you mean a multi-arch iso, It can be easily done using multi_arch_iso.cmd from UUP>ISO and ESD>ISO. Just feed it the x86 and x64 iso, it will offer you a selection of options.
I want to use the 1903 ISOs from MSFT, if possible
You can, put the two iso's next to the cmd in the UUP>ISO or ESD>ISO folder and run the command.
Thank you very much!!!! It doesn't work for WinSetupFromUsb but it's okayQ
It works for regular/official purpose, it's the same as the MCT creates.
try use wintoolkit aio maker would do the job done..if you want combine both in one iso.
I want to have in one USB the W10 AiO and a AiO of Ubuntu that I made earlier butit doesn't recognize the W10 ISO
Thanks! That worked!
Homebrew always fixes all
WTK only exports all x64 indexes to the x86 install.wim and puts all on the x86 iso, that you could have done manually. But won't boot x64 uefi.
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once i did dual-boot with bootwimx86 and bootwimx64 but i dont know if this support uefi/legacy etc...
They just didn't update the tool to be able to handle the MCT style multi-arch iso's. But the separate x86 and x64 iso would be enough imho, for this purpose.