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Hello can someone assist with this annoying problem that I encounter when trying to initialize the boot configuration data(BCD) store and copy boot environement files to the system partition of my Win764bit.wim installations? I've created two images: Win732bit.wim & Win764bit.wim.
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The one with the 32bit designation applies fine to my desktops using my Windows PE disk. However when using the same Windows PE disk for Win764bit.wim, I get an error messege when trying to copy bcd. Below is the process that I am going through and what I am seeing on the Imagex/WnidowsPE DOS prompt when trying to apply the Win764bit.wim image to any desktop: D: e: imagex.exe /apply Win764bit.wim 1 d: ImageX Tool for Windows, Copyright (c) Microsoft Corp. All rights reserved. Version: 6.1.7600.16385 100% Applying progress.Successfully applied image.total elapsed time: 8 min 10 sec D: windows system32 bcdboot d: windows This version of D: windows system32 bcdboot.exe is not compatible with the version of Windows you're running. Check your computer's system information to see whether you need a x86 (32-bit) or x64 (64-bit) version of the program, and then contact the software publisher.
D: My quesitons: Must I create two WindowsPE disks one for 32 bit installations & one for 64 bit installs? My second question: without having to redo the installation can I work around this one time by just copying another version of bcdboot from a desktop already running 64bit version of windows 7? Thanks in advance. Hi Supersum, You can try to use the tools within the amd64 folder in WAIK from the Windows PE disk, the ia64 folder is used for Itanium-based image. Best Regards Dale Hi Dale, i have attempted to use both the IA64 and AMD64 tools from the windows AIK install, however both of these send back the same message when trying to fix the boot of a windows 7 x64 image: ' This version of D: windows system32 bcdboot.exe is not compatible with the version of Windows you're running.
Check your computer's system information to see whether you need a x86 (32-bit) or x64 (64-bit) version of the program, and then contact the software publisher.' The line i am using is 'g: amd64 bcdboot.exe d: windows /s c: '. G drive is my USB flash drive and C is the boot drive. Any other clues? Regards, Keef.
Hello, The problem is you are trying to use a 32bit bcdboot.exe version on a 64bit version of windows The answer to your problem is quite easy actually, all you need to do is to change the path from the system32 dirctory. I had the same issue. Problem was that the CD I use for booting the clients to load the image is 32-bit but the client images are 64-bit. My batch file tried to run bcdboot from the windows folder of the 64-bit image I just imaged to the hard drive. My solution was to copy the 32-bit bcdboot.exe to the network share where I store my images and edit the batch file to call it from there instead of the Windows system32 folder. My batch looks like this: REM W: is the Windows partition, S: is the system boot partition, N: is the network share I map for imaging. N: images bcdboot.exe W: Windows /s S.