Discussion in 'MDL Projects and Applications' started by Josh Cell, Sep 14, 2011.
Source index:1 is just an example
Okay, I ran DISM as listed above and the resulting install.wim I put in the 64bit iso. When I boot from the 64 bit ISO on a USB, they all the versions of Windows 10 64bit was listed but Windows 10 32 bit only had the HOME version only. Can anyone help with this issue?
You have to export all desired indices from the x64 to the x86 one, and use the x86 iso as base to put the new install.wim/esd/swm in, else it won't boot on older x86 systems (not much around anymore, though).
To export all indices at once you can replace /SourceIndex:1 with /ALL.
Best is to create separate x86 and x64 iso and run @abbodi1406's Multi-Arch_iso command (can be found in his latest UUP>ISO or ESD>ISO conversion tools).
That will create a multi-arch iso which works perfectly.
Iirc it needs the x86 indices to be first (or at least one) and the ISO files must be x86 too, else the x86 installs will fail.
Okay, I did as instructed and it sort of worked. I made a boot-able USB flash drive and I received the following error when booting from the USB drive ( I used RUFUS):
Can anyone assist me with this error?
@Enthousiast I used @abbodi1406's WIM<>ESD on the install.x64.wim file and it said it found the WIM had errors. the install.x64.wim was a little over 5Gb. Can you advise me how to use @abbodi1406's Multi-Arch ISO command?
This is the error I received:
I just wanted the author of this program to know that for Win 10 1809 X64 Pro that it doesn't work any longer. It worked flawless on 1803 and before. When I eliminate the versions I don't want and then make the .iso it completes and all but when you try to install windows from it..at the very beginning when it is checking your computer it stops and you get the following window. I have tried this on 3 different computers with the same results. 1809 must have made a change. Maybe you can look into this.
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AutoAIO: empty x:\sources\inf folder (removed setup.cfg)
Manual (ISO2Folder>Select WIMs>Save all changes>Save all into ISO): not deleted setup.cfg
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Good job brothers :v
I just used it and it is excellent, but there is a problem, when I try to join the WIM of Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows Server 2019, the multi-installer does not work, it only recognizes me the installation of Windows Server.
How do I solve this problem?
At the momemt with the Winaio can i with win 10 1909 use the folder2iso routine to ricreate the bootable iso after modify the install.wim?
Does it also support UEFI?
Do both methods allow you to select from all versions of x64 or x32?