Windows 10: Is it possible to create an install .ISO with multiple Windows OS?
Is it possible to create an install .ISO with multiple Windows OS?
I did some research on Google and on the forum but could not find the answer. As the title says I am trying to find out if it is possible to create an .ISO install file containing Windows 10 and Windows 8.1 operating systems in both x64 and x86 architectures.
I'm pretty sure it is not possible to achieve but am curious all the same.
I would appreciate your help. Sorry if I am asking a stupid question, I am new at trying my hand at experimenting with these types of things on Windows.
I've seen it done back in Win95-WinME days but only with the Upgrade versions that didn't require booting to the CD/DVD. I've even seen the contents of the CDs stored on the HDD in the computer. With the advent of 64-bit Windows it has become more difficult to do it for a bootable install, would need some type of menu created that would come up first to make the selection from.
I thought I read on another forum there is a way...I cannot remember which forum and which thread. As Leonard Nimoy used to intone: "In Search of" ... that forum and that thread might be necessary.
Thanks Berton, I wasn't sure with the current OS's if it was possible.
Appreciate the links Samuria, I didn't come across them cause I was not sure what terms would describe the issue best.
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