Windows 10 x86 and x64 in One

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by foldonce, Jan 1, 2016.

  1. foldonce

    foldonce MDL Junior Member

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    How do I do this? I know how to create a usb bootable win10 OS but the problem that I have is how do I create a single usb bootable for both Win 10 x86 and x64. I have a usb that's 8gig and I wanted that usb to be a win10 exclusive installer only. Also, Is it possible to update that usb bootable OS installer with the latest windows 10 updates at the same time?

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  2. cocachris89

    cocachris89 MDL Senior Member

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    Go here and follow the instructions. Yes, you can use DISM to apply updates to each windows 10 image. Here is some info for updates needed for Windows 10. Use this as a guide on what to do and how to do integration; even though it says its for Win8, the same rules would apply for 10
     
  3. foldonce

    foldonce MDL Junior Member

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    Thank youu! Will check now.
     
  4. foldonce

    foldonce MDL Junior Member

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    I think I may have a problem cocachris89. All I have is the ISO of x86 and x64 win10.. I'm not quite familiar with these ESD's that the instructions are saying. hmm.. I'm looking at the steps now. I am assuming that the ISO's will have to be moved on WIM folder?
     
  5. kaljukass

    kaljukass MDL Addicted

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    In no way can not understand why it is necessary to do all the things so trickily (so complicated).
     
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  6. Jacoub

    Jacoub MDL Member

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    the easiest way is using Media Creation Tool from Microsoft & select both platforms. At least that is how I did for Home & Pro
     
  7. genenioo

    genenioo MDL Addicted

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    #8 genenioo, Jan 1, 2016
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    Step 1 does that for you. If you want to add more .wims from other versions you can download those versions and extract those .wims to the wim folder before starting the batch.