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HOWTO: Windows Vista x86 and x64 in the same DVD

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sorry, I meant that my iso file is more than 4.7 GB. But DVD discs are 4.7GB. Is it possible to get DVD discs with more than 4.7GB storage?

Thanks

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I got a question on this, when doing your export how does it know to append to the existing image instead of just overwriting them?

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Just a a little tip: your install.wim cant be bigger than 4.2 gb (about the size of a dvd). I tried to intergrate all setups onto one dvd (server 2008,x32,x64 and vista x32,x64), and everything worked fine, but when i tried to install, the installation failed. So, you must use vlite if you want to have it all...

Just a small tip :thumbup

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Well, seeing how little information is around in the net about this topic and seeing there's some interest in this topic I decided to write this little guide to accomplish this task. Hope it helps. ;)

....

Does NOT WORK for multilang & autopatched VERSION!

You need to use vista build 5252 or older bootmgr & boot.ini !!!

WZ

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Hello Everybody,

Did anybody try to do the same thing with Vista SP1 (x86 & x64)? I try do as indicate in this guide (thanks chon).

I've merge the content of Vista SP1 x86 and x64 in a single install.wim file :

(Windows Vista Business x32 and x64, Windows Vista Home Basic x32, Windows Vista Home Premium x32 and x64, Windows Vista Ultimate x32 and x64).

Here is a capture of Windows Service Image Manager when I open the file i've generated (install.wim) if i want to generate a .clg file for each install :

WindowsSystemImageManager.th.jpg

Here is the size of my install.wim file :

installwim.th.jpg

If I generate the clg (catalog) file (one for each installation) with Windows Service Image Manager (Tools>Create a catalog ...) or not.

Here is the isofile creation :

isofilevistaAIO.th.jpg

IsoFile size :

vistaiso.th.jpg

I stay stuck at this point when I press the Next button (suivant) :

virtualpczo1.th.jpg

I can't see the menu for choose which Vista Edition I want to install (when I don't put my serial).

Did any one have meet this. And have a fix ? Any Help Will be appreciated.

P.S. : Here is the list of tools i've used :

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...;DisplayLang=fr (WAIK 6001.18000.080118-1840-kb3aik_fr.iso) for Windows Vista SP1

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...;DisplayLang=fr (Virtual PC 2007 SP1)

Windows Vista SP1 FRENCH Retail CD (2 DVD : X86 and X64)

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Thanks for your help Neo !! That's crazy it's like in the Matrix Movie!

I've made as noticed on the site you gave me ...

isofilevistaaiobiswn0.th.jpg

The result is the same :

virtualpczo1.th.jpg

I've also tried to type the licence for see if i can go further, but I stay stuck at the same point.

What is the importance of the .clg file? The link you gave me don't talk about these file, i'm astonished. Why did Microsoft put them on the DVD if it's useless ?

Here is the information about the install.wim file i've generated (from WinPE Command Line tool) :

c:\VistaAIO\VistaSP1x32x64\sources>imagex /info ./install.wim

ImageX Tool for Windows
Copyright © Microsoft Corp. All rights reserved.



WIM Information:
----------------
GUID: {e4d42f90-d941-4f6f-aa8c-4e5f98f65720}
Image Count: 7
Compression: LZX
Part Number: 1/1
Attributes: 0x8
Relative path junction


Available Image Choices:
------------------------
<WIM>
<TOTALBYTES>4146214242</TOTALBYTES>
<IMAGE INDEX="1">
<NAME>Windows Vista Professionnel x32</NAME>
<DESCRIPTION>Windows Vista BUSINESS</DESCRIPTION>
<FLAGS>BUSINESS</FLAGS>
<WINDOWS>
<ARCH>0</ARCH>
<PRODUCTNAME>Microsoft« Windows« Operating System</PRODUCTNAME>
<HAL>acpiapic</HAL>
<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>
<PRODUCTSUITE>Terminal Server</PRODUCTSUITE>
<LANGUAGES>
<LANGUAGE>fr-FR</LANGUAGE>
<DEFAULT>fr-FR</DEFAULT>
</LANGUAGES>
<VERSION>
<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>
<MINOR>0</MINOR>
<BUILD>6001</BUILD>
<SPBUILD>18000</SPBUILD>
</VERSION>
<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>
</WINDOWS>
<DIRCOUNT>8752</DIRCOUNT>
<FILECOUNT>48055</FILECOUNT>
<TOTALBYTES>7755000465</TOTALBYTES>
<CREATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85BE0</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0xA4C57678</LOWPART>
</CREATIONTIME>
<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C90023</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x37481546</LOWPART>
</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<DISPLAYNAME>Windows Vista Professionnel</DISPLAYNAME>
<DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>Windows Vista Professionnel</DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>
</IMAGE>
<IMAGE INDEX="2">
<NAME>Windows Vista Edition Familiale Basique x32</NAME>
<DESCRIPTION>Windows Vista HOMEBASIC</DESCRIPTION>
<FLAGS>HOMEBASIC</FLAGS>
<WINDOWS>
<ARCH>0</ARCH>
<PRODUCTNAME>Microsoft« Windows« Operating System</PRODUCTNAME>
<HAL>acpiapic</HAL>
<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>
<PRODUCTSUITE>Terminal Server</PRODUCTSUITE>
<LANGUAGES>
<LANGUAGE>fr-FR</LANGUAGE>
<DEFAULT>fr-FR</DEFAULT>
</LANGUAGES>
<VERSION>
<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>
<MINOR>0</MINOR>
<BUILD>6001</BUILD>
<SPBUILD>18000</SPBUILD>
</VERSION>
<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>
</WINDOWS>
<DIRCOUNT>8266</DIRCOUNT>
<FILECOUNT>45405</FILECOUNT>
<TOTALBYTES>7244023970</TOTALBYTES>
<CREATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85BE2</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x2E6DFD30</LOWPART>
</CREATIONTIME>
<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C90023</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x4EB43CE6</LOWPART>
</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<DISPLAYNAME>Windows Vista +dition Familiale Basique</DISPLAYNAME>
<DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>Windows Vista +dition Familiale Basique</DISPLAYDESCRIP
ION>
</IMAGE>
<IMAGE INDEX="3">
<NAME>Windows Vista Edition Familiale Premium x32</NAME>
<DESCRIPTION>Windows Vista HOMEPREMIUM</DESCRIPTION>
<FLAGS>HOMEPREMIUM</FLAGS>
<WINDOWS>
<ARCH>0</ARCH>
<PRODUCTNAME>Microsoft« Windows« Operating System</PRODUCTNAME>
<HAL>acpiapic</HAL>
<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>
<PRODUCTSUITE>Terminal Server</PRODUCTSUITE>
<LANGUAGES>
<LANGUAGE>fr-FR</LANGUAGE>
<DEFAULT>fr-FR</DEFAULT>
</LANGUAGES>
<VERSION>
<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>
<MINOR>0</MINOR>
<BUILD>6001</BUILD>
<SPBUILD>18000</SPBUILD>
</VERSION>
<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>
</WINDOWS>
<DIRCOUNT>8796</DIRCOUNT>
<FILECOUNT>48123</FILECOUNT>
<TOTALBYTES>8615424364</TOTALBYTES>
<CREATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85BE0</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x1E702558</LOWPART>
</CREATIONTIME>
<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C90023</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x752973E6</LOWPART>
</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<DISPLAYNAME>Windows Vista +dition Familiale Premium</DISPLAYNAME>
<DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>Windows Vista +dition Familiale Premium</DISPLAYDESCRIP
ION>
</IMAGE>
<IMAGE INDEX="4">
<NAME>Windows Vista Edition Integrale x32</NAME>
<DESCRIPTION>Windows Vista ULTIMATE</DESCRIPTION>
<FLAGS>ULTIMATE</FLAGS>
<WINDOWS>
<ARCH>0</ARCH>
<PRODUCTNAME>Microsoft« Windows« Operating System</PRODUCTNAME>
<HAL>acpiapic</HAL>
<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>
<PRODUCTSUITE>Terminal Server</PRODUCTSUITE>
<LANGUAGES>
<LANGUAGE>fr-FR</LANGUAGE>
<DEFAULT>fr-FR</DEFAULT>
</LANGUAGES>
<VERSION>
<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>
<MINOR>0</MINOR>
<BUILD>6001</BUILD>
<SPBUILD>18000</SPBUILD>
</VERSION>
<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>
</WINDOWS>
<DIRCOUNT>9239</DIRCOUNT>
<FILECOUNT>50185</FILECOUNT>
<TOTALBYTES>8710295893</TOTALBYTES>
<CREATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85BE0</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x7466D77A</LOWPART>
</CREATIONTIME>
<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C90023</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x8E9860C6</LOWPART>
</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<DISPLAYNAME>Windows Vista +dition IntÚgrale</DISPLAYNAME>
<DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>Windows Vista +dition IntÚgrale</DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>
</IMAGE>
<IMAGE INDEX="5">
<NAME>Windows Vista Professionnel x64</NAME>
<DESCRIPTION>Windows Vista BUSINESS</DESCRIPTION>
<FLAGS>BUSINESS</FLAGS>
<WINDOWS>
<ARCH>9</ARCH>
<PRODUCTNAME>Microsoft« Windows« Operating System</PRODUCTNAME>
<HAL>acpiapic</HAL>
<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>
<PRODUCTSUITE>Terminal Server</PRODUCTSUITE>
<LANGUAGES>
<LANGUAGE>fr-FR</LANGUAGE>
<DEFAULT>fr-FR</DEFAULT>
</LANGUAGES>
<VERSION>
<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>
<MINOR>0</MINOR>
<BUILD>6001</BUILD>
<SPBUILD>18000</SPBUILD>
</VERSION>
<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>
</WINDOWS>
<DIRCOUNT>13188</DIRCOUNT>
<FILECOUNT>66787</FILECOUNT>
<TOTALBYTES>11569533957</TOTALBYTES>
<CREATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85BEA</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x58207B11</LOWPART>
</CREATIONTIME>
<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C90024</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x0C7D61C6</LOWPART>
</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<DISPLAYNAME>Windows Vista Professionnel</DISPLAYNAME>
<DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>Windows Vista Professionnel</DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>
</IMAGE>
<IMAGE INDEX="6">
<NAME>Windows Vista Edition Familiale Premium x64</NAME>
<DESCRIPTION>Windows Vista HOMEPREMIUM</DESCRIPTION>
<FLAGS>HOMEPREMIUM</FLAGS>
<WINDOWS>
<ARCH>9</ARCH>
<PRODUCTNAME>Microsoft« Windows« Operating System</PRODUCTNAME>
<HAL>acpiapic</HAL>
<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>
<PRODUCTSUITE>Terminal Server</PRODUCTSUITE>
<LANGUAGES>
<LANGUAGE>fr-FR</LANGUAGE>
<DEFAULT>fr-FR</DEFAULT>
</LANGUAGES>
<VERSION>
<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>
<MINOR>0</MINOR>
<BUILD>6001</BUILD>
<SPBUILD>18000</SPBUILD>
</VERSION>
<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>
</WINDOWS>
<DIRCOUNT>13231</DIRCOUNT>
<FILECOUNT>66860</FILECOUNT>
<TOTALBYTES>12501820521</TOTALBYTES>
<CREATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85BEB</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x56134914</LOWPART>
</CREATIONTIME>
<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C90024</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x327B9406</LOWPART>
</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<DISPLAYNAME>Windows Vista +dition Familiale Premium</DISPLAYNAME>
<DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>Windows Vista +dition Familiale Premium</DISPLAYDESCRIP
ION>
</IMAGE>
<IMAGE INDEX="7">
<NAME>Windows Vista Edition Integrale x64</NAME>
<DESCRIPTION>Windows Vista ULTIMATE</DESCRIPTION>
<FLAGS>ULTIMATE</FLAGS>
<WINDOWS>
<ARCH>9</ARCH>
<PRODUCTNAME>Microsoft« Windows« Operating System</PRODUCTNAME>
<HAL>acpiapic</HAL>
<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>
<PRODUCTSUITE>Terminal Server</PRODUCTSUITE>
<LANGUAGES>
<LANGUAGE>fr-FR</LANGUAGE>
<DEFAULT>fr-FR</DEFAULT>
</LANGUAGES>
<VERSION>
<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>
<MINOR>0</MINOR>
<BUILD>6001</BUILD>
<SPBUILD>18000</SPBUILD>
</VERSION>
<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>
</WINDOWS>
<DIRCOUNT>13717</DIRCOUNT>
<FILECOUNT>69104</FILECOUNT>
<TOTALBYTES>12617959929</TOTALBYTES>
<CREATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85BEC</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x57E7E795</LOWPART>
</CREATIONTIME>
<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C90024</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x4D53B5A6</LOWPART>
</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<DISPLAYNAME>Windows Vista +dition IntÚgrale</DISPLAYNAME>
<DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>Windows Vista +dition IntÚgrale</DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>
</IMAGE>
</WIM>

Thanks again for reply me ... I'm still seeking for making my own custom Vista DVD with x32 and x64 systems ... (not more not less)

Have a good Day !!!

Edited by uncle joe
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6. Delete al .clg files from your distribution folder (D:\VistaAIO\Distribucion)

Which is the reason to delete catalog files?

In other guide I didn't see this step.

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Hi Everybody,

Still diggin' about these CLG Files stored in Vista DVD.

Here are these files in Windows Vista DVD x32 :

thumbnmail.png

Here for Windows Vista 64 :

thumbnmail.png

Here for my custom install.wim (contains Vista x32 and x64) :

thumbnmail.png

How to generate your .clg file? That's easy : Download WAIK from Microsoft then with the software called WSIM (Windows Service Image Manager)

CLG-WSIM.th.jpg

Go to Tools menu > choose in the list Create a catalog ... and Then choose Image file (install.wim) you've generate before (as you follow chon_ guide).

It takes between 10 up to 25 minutes ... for each catalog creation.

Still waiting for help about these problem :

virtualpczo1.th.jpg

Thanks ...

See U. Joe

PS : sorry for missing thumbnails .... (click for see capture)

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Hi guys I tried this on vlite created vista ultimate sp1 32bit and 64bit iso base files but imagex info for both sources install.wim so index 1 as i only set vlite to extract ultimate edition for both iso bases.

Now question is how do i confirm, the 64bit wim is merged into 32bit as i ran info on both install.wim after the merge command and they remain same as before ?

thanks

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has anybody done this with the vista sp1 dvds ? everytime i try it errors out saying file is larger than 4g

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