How To Merge x86 and x64 Windows OS to 1 ISO/Disk/USB

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by RLSARC, Apr 21, 2016.

  1. RLSARC

    RLSARC MDL Novice

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    Hi MDL, Good day! Is it possible to merge x86 and x64 Windows 10 in one .iso?

    I would like to have 1 .iso for Windows 10 w/ x86 and x64 in it.

    I use murphy's latest rls. hope there's a friendly tutorial :worthy:
     
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  2. danye1

    danye1 MDL Novice

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    Thank you kuroda, and I am this supposed to.
     
  3. RLSARC

    RLSARC MDL Novice

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  4. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Download the multi-architecture iso by using the MCT and you're done.
     
  5. oldee

    oldee MDL Member

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    @RLSARC, You have to detailed indicate which SKU's included in AIO x86 and x64 you want. Without this meaning like " AIO x64 and x86 I want",
    you got a complex AIO (Home Pro, Ent, Edu) X86 and x64 guide reply
    and 2 same simple AIO (home, Pro) x86 and x64 = MCT) reply.
     
  6. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    #8 Enthousiast, Apr 21, 2016
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    Once downloaded the multi-architecture iso with MCT you can simply replace the original Multiple Edition install.esd's with every selfmade (home sl, home, pro, edu enterprise etcetc.....aio) install.wim/esd/swm you want. Simply export every edition you want to 1 install.wim/esd for x64 and x86.
     
  7. RLSARC

    RLSARC MDL Novice

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    Hi everyone. thanks for the reply. here are the 2 murphy release i want to merge

    Microsoft Windows 10 x32 4in1 en-US Mar2016 murphy78
    Microsoft Windows 10 x64 4in1 en-US Mar2016 murphy78

    What to should i use?

    that MCT thing? can you provide the download link?

    sorry, really newbie here... :hug2:
     
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  8. oldee

    oldee MDL Member

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    @RKSARC, Let this way summarized your statement..
    1. You want to merge 2 murphy78 4in1 x86 and x64 ISO respectively to single AIO.
    There is so many guide how to index extract of install.wim to make AIO. One of example method is above Kuroda shown johnye_pt guide. You need how to dism handling.
    2. You want to merge 2 murphy78 4in1 x86 and x64 ISO respectively to single AIO like MCT type Dual boot menu choice.
    You can simply download 10.0.10586.117 with MCT both AIO (x86 and x64) ISO using above Bodmas shown and replace each install.wim and boot.wim of murphy78 x86 and x64 into x86 and x64 folder of MCT ISO respectively. Than you have 4in1 x86 and x64 AIO single ISO. This way has pointed already above Enthousiast. Good luck.
     
  9. bodmas

    bodmas MDL Member

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    Thanks Oldee,
    yes, downloaded iso with media creation tool has an advantage as it has both architecture in separate folder hence separate boot.wim for each architecture. while putting both architecture indexes into single install.wim/install.esd uses single boot.wim of x86 architecture which will not let you to have recovery option for x64 bits operating system.
    I will suggest you use the same structure of iso downloaded with media creation tool and as suggested by Oldee just replace the boot.wim and install.esd/install.wim of each architecture from murphy's iso to it in proper folder of x86 and x64 folders.
    its easiest and its best.
     
  10. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Unpack the murphy78 iso's and open the MCT iso in ultraiso. Replace the original boot.wim and install.esd with murphy78's install.wim/swm/esd and boot.wim for both x86 and x64 folder in ultraiso and save the iso (you can check the "optimize" option in ultraiso to save some KB's).