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I understand this post has been a while, but i'm hope someone could contribute to my unsuccessful Multi-Boot with MagicISO in the making. Ok, I found this tutorial here: http://www.magiciso.com/tutorials/miso-cre...multi-os-cd.htm According to this information they only show how to edit Win98, Win2K and WinXP 32bit. I have a few of WinXP 64bit discs that I would like to compress it into one neat DVD instead. WinXP 32bit has a folder called: i386 -However- WinXP 64bit has both i386 and AMD64, the differences not eded there. In 32bit both SETUPLDR.BIN and TXTSETUP.SIF within i386 folder and 64Bit version it has SETUPLDR.BIN in i386 and TXTSETUP.SIF in AMD64 So i guess my question is how to compile a MULTI-BOOT-DVD Windows XP's 64bit with MagicISO Windows XP 32bits *.SIF file is to edit [sourceDisksNames.x86] but in 64Bit it has another section called [sourceDisksNames.amd64] Any feedback will be much appriciated.
GreenMark909 replied to geitonaki's topic in Multi-Boot CD/DVDsHi guys, I'm new to this whole Multi-Boot DVD. I have two versions of XP x64 and would want to have them in one Bootable DVD. I google-d up and i found this http://flyakite.msfn.org/ very helpful but its mainly for 32Bit Windows And then i found this From where do I exactly start to compile this. My understand is that because both of my Windows XP x64 has the same folder names "I368" & "AMD64", I would have to copy and rename first Disk folder "I368 to PRO1" & "AMD64 to XPro1" and respectively 2nd disk "I368 to PRO2" & "AMD64 to XPro2" Well that is my understanding, but I don't know how to execute the portion below: Please, if someone could write and step-by-step walk thru. Where do I do the "all occurrences" and where do I perform this command "type TXTSETUP.SIF | findstr /r ",_[1-9] ,[1-9]_" Thank You