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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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You can't really use two different ISO's on one drive. But you can run the MediaCreation Tool and set it to create installation media option. Then deselect "Use The Recommended Options For This PC" followed by selecting "Both" when asked which architecture to use.

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You can't really use two different ISO's on one drive.
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.
 

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What I meant was that you -generally- can’t “burn” two ISO’s to a single drive. “Normal” burn s/w doesn’t allow that. But thanks for the clarification.
 
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