Need some suggestions on how to combine 2 Windows 7 ISO files (one is x86 and other is x64), into one single bootable ISO file which can then be burnt on a DVD-R or Dual Layer DVD, and even on USB afterwards.


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It appears folk have written web pages about this. Here's how I found them: https://www.google.com/search?q=combine+Windows+7+32+and+64+bit+installer

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Found a tool as well, on the following link: WinUSB, which helped in creating a single installation file from 2 ISO to USB drive.

Still looking for one which can allow direct ISO creation and burn to DVD-R or DL...

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