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net3m

i need an answer file for both x86 and x64

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Hi guys

oem settings is not workin in an esd file that contain 32 and 64 versions.

oem logo and other thing has show in 32 version but not in 64

i change my answer file with x86 and amd64 sections,but not workin

Who knows how changes need too file?

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Very easy to change a previous working xml from Win 7 or W8.1.

Any deprecated settings can easily be identified using the WSIM. I have posted many working xml's in the unattended sections previously.

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<component name="Microsoft-Windows-LUA-Settings" processorArchitecture="x86" public

 

<component name="Microsoft-Windows-LUA-Settings" processorArchitecture="amd64" public

 

Hi

In my answer file everything has double,like up of this note,

But amd64 sections in not working.only x86 lines was working well.why?

Does not any way to work amd64 and x86 lines in one xml file?

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Well it did work in 7/8. Either something changed for Windows 10 or you aren't doing something right. Its hard to tell from your posts. It would be better if you could post your XML in CODE tags or attach it to the post so we can see if there is an error.

Here is an example of a hybrid answer file if it helps you (it is for Windows 7)

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/139572-ask-your-seven-xml-here/page-5#entry963334

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I am unsure of the legitimacy of the company for which the answer file is being made for. If they are in the OEM Channel, then you (or they) should contact their MS Account Representative regarding how to best accomplish this.

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