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I have a question regarding EasyBoot. What operating system architectures (x86, x86-64, etc.) are supported? And is EasyBoot able to make multi-architecture discs (for example, a disc with both the x86 and x86-64 editions of Windows XP)?
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Welcome to EasyBoot @Whistler :)

Quote: "What operating system architectures (x86, x86-64, etc.) are supported?"

Well, basically there is no limit related to EasyBoot.
Limit is more related to if setup files can be mixed (mostly manipulated in some way) and then put to the root of Easyboot (disk1 is the root in EasyBoot if you wonder)

Quote: "a disc with both the x86 and x86-64 editions of Windows XP"
Again, this is more related to how and if we can manipulate setup-files related to - in this case - WinXP.
And in this case, I can give you a positive answer - yes we can combine such structure in EasyBoot :D

To merge WinXP (x86, x86-64) can be done manually - however, very easy to get on the wrong track and fail :(
Instead, I recommend you to test my script 'easyboot-aio.script' (you have download in every post I write in this forum.
Read carefully 'READ_ME.html' before using scripts - and push to 'the tiny 'help-button' in script as well :cool:

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