|12 Jul 2010||#1|
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Install both x86 and x64 from a flash drive?
I currently have a 4 GB flash drive that I use to install any version of Windows 7 x64. I know I've seen screenshots of the box to choose the version, that contained both x86 and x64 versions. Is there a guide for having both on the same flash drive? I currently use the Microsoft tool to make the flash drive bootable and move the install files to the drive. Would I just repeat this process using the x86 files as well, or are there more steps? I have an 8 GB drive if needed.
I may be going too far ahead with this, but can both Server 2008 (or R2) versions be added as well?
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