I've been desperately trying to fulfill a request to have the x64 version of Server 2003 R2 Standard on an old Poweredge T300, but I only have 32 bit media. I've been reading these forums, and there are a lot of posts that suggest I might be able to make my own Dell OEM disk, but all of my attempts have not accepted my OEM key. I was able to use xdelta3, and CRMSXEVL_EN-2-CRMSXFPP_EN.delta, to turn my 2003 R2 Standard x64 trial iso into an MSDN retail cd, but after this point I get lost. My setupp.ini reads as follows: [Pid] ExtraData=786F687170637175716954806365EF Pid=69712OEM I don't know where to put the oembios files, and I'm not sure what my PID.inf should look like, but, worst of all, I'm not sure if there's still more I need to do. Please, I could really use some help understanding this process, and I promise I've read all of the threads that are commonly pointed to, but they seem to gloss over the specifics of what I'm trying to do, and just provide the files I need. P.S. If there is a way to go from VLK to OEM for 2003 R2 Standard, that would be just as good. The thread that talks about this process suggests that it will only work for Enterprise, so I haven't tried it.