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HOWTO: Windows Vista x86 and x64 in the same DVD

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hi, i am wondering if when i select the version x86 or x64 which i want to install, windows will select the boot.wim suitable for the version i have selected, because i inject drivers x64 or x86 depending on the version i wanted to install. For that reason, i need to have the two boot.wim (x86,x64). So my questions:
Can i combine the two boot.wim (x86,x64) in one file boot.wim ?
If I can, windows will select the suitable index from the boot.wim to install drivers?
If i can combine them, i have to combine the two index of each boot.wim or only the index 2 where i inject the drivers?
Or i have to inject the two versions of drivers x64 and x86 in the boot.wim (x86)? as in the first post, they say that x86 and x64 have the same boot.wim
Thanks

Edited by Major, 17 March 2011 - 09:32 PM.



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@Major you don't need two Boot.wim. You only need to use The Bootm.wim from the X64 version. That contains x86 files needed and off course x64.




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