- Jun 11, 2020
I have downloaded the 64 bit I windows 10 iso and the 32 bit version off the microsoft website can I make a bootable USB drive with both editions?
Sure you can (for install media).....even with MS MCT USB you can have both 32/64 bit on it as you pointed out with your attachment. I use to do it all the time with windows 7/8/8.1. It saved me from having a bunch of extra ISO DVD's lying around.You can't really use two different ISO's on one drive.
Use the MS MCT to create a bootable USB. Click the download tool tab/button. You'll need a minimum of a 8GB USB. I would suggest a USB 3.0. You can install the OS in less than 10 minutes....well on mine it does.I have downloaded the 64 bit I windows 10 iso and the 32 bit version off the microsoft website can I make a bootable USB drive with both editions?
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