AiO ISO Windows 10

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by antonio8909, Apr 25, 2019.

  1. antonio8909

    antonio8909 MDL Guru

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    Hi there

    Is there any way to create a AiO x86 and x64 using NtLite or another program?

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  2. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    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.
     
  3. antonio8909

    antonio8909 MDL Guru

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    I want to use the 1903 ISOs from MSFT, if possible

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  4. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    You can, put the two iso's next to the cmd in the UUP>ISO or ESD>ISO folder and run the command.
     
  5. antonio8909

    antonio8909 MDL Guru

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    Thank you very much!!!! It doesn't work for WinSetupFromUsb but it's okayQ
     
  6. Enthousiast

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    It works for regular/official purpose, it's the same as the MCT creates.
     
  7. WhiteDeath1313

    WhiteDeath1313 MDL Junior Member

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    try use wintoolkit aio maker would do the job done..if you want combine both in one iso.
     
  8. antonio8909

    antonio8909 MDL Guru

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    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
     
  9. antonio8909

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    Thanks! That worked!
     
  10. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    #10 Enthousiast, Apr 25, 2019
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    Homebrew always fixes all:rolleyes::rolleyes:

    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.

    :thinking:

     
  11. WhiteDeath1313

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    once i did dual-boot with bootwimx86 and bootwimx64 but i dont know if this support uefi/legacy etc...
     
  12. Enthousiast

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    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.