USB with x64 and x86 W7 Installation

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by oneextraid, Mar 6, 2012.

  1. oneextraid

    oneextraid MDL Member

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    Is there a way to create a USB flash drive that would contain both the W7 x64 and x86 installation files that could be select at boot time for installation?
     
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    Coffeeman MDL Junior Member

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    You could use a image that contains all the versions and types (x86 and x64) and use Universal USB Installer or something like that to make a bootable USB device.
     
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    oneextraid MDL Member

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    #4 oneextraid, Mar 6, 2012
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    I will give it a try. This will save time.


    Worked great! Thanks.
     
  5. Olliw

    Olliw MDL Member

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    It sure works, and it's super easy ;) Just make sure you have 2 official ISO's, same language, same version (ex. 7601, Professional), both 32bit and 64bit :thumbsup:
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