There are a lot of different versions of Windows, but you probably didn’t know that short of the Enterprise edition, the disc or image that you own contains all versions for that architecture. Read on to see how we can use them to make a universal Windows 8 install disc.
Things You Will Need
A x86 Version of Windows 8
A x64 Version of Windows 8
A x86 Version of Windows 8 Enterprise
A x64 Version of Windows 8 Enterprise
A Windows 8 PC
Note: While we will use all the images above you don’t really need the Enterprise Edition. You could always leave out parts of the tutorial if you know what you are doing, if you are not comfortable with that and still want to follow through you could always grab the Enterprise evaluation images that are available for free to the public, on MSDN.
To get started you will need to Download the Windows 8 ADK from Microsoft.
Once downloaded go ahead and install it, you will only need the Deployment tools so be sure to uncheck the rest of the options.
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