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O/S Deployment Thread, Convert 32 bit Win7 Pro image to 64 bit? in Technical; Just create a new master image (golden image). Install W7 x64 your apps, updates, sysprep and capture....
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    Just create a new master image (golden image). Install W7 x64 your apps, updates, sysprep and capture.

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    Stick to 32bit as 64 won't accept funny drivers! (btw 64 drivers for printers mostly self destruct) ((Also trying to get XP64 bit drivers from 2004 to install isn't fun))

    AND in case you're thinking about it stick to 32 bit office. NO 64 BIT OFFICE EVER! PERIOD..
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    We have x64 here in the school and it runs fine. My only troubles were:

    -CS5 and Adobe Reader X I had to recreate the MSI for x64
    -Printers I added all the x64 drivers to additional drivers

    Appart from that it works perfectly fine

    All my x86 msi packages included office work fine on x64
    Last edited by steewy; 7th June 2013 at 02:52 PM.

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