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Windows Server 2008 Support for Testing UBC on Server 2008

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    Post icon  Posted 02 June 2008 - 02:02 PM

    View PostNuno Brito, on Jun 2 2008, 12:53 PM, said:

    Good luck then.

    My tests are done on a AMD Turion x64 Vista desktop using a x32 NT6 source.

    For some reason there's the belief that x64 windows sources are not supported for building boot disks, let's see if you can prove otherwise.

    :)


    For the UBCD4Win, I know it's absolutely true that I can't build it on my XP x64 machine using XP x64 as the source. I have to use XP x32 as the the source and then it can run just fine on the x64 machine. :)



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