I have downloaded the ISO image by running the media creation tool. While creating the media, I had chosen both 64-bit and 32-bit.
The downloaded ISO file is 5.47 GB.
I am trying to use that to do a clean install on a x86 machine which is running Windows 7.
How can I make a bootable disk of Windows 10 only with the x86 components and not the x64 because, when I try to write the ISO image there is not enough disk space on the DVD (4.7 GB is the size).
I cannot download the ISO image and do a install as the internet connections are a bit flaky and the download will never finishes. :-(
What I have
- An ISO image generated by running the media creation tool as specified here under the section titled Perform a clean installation using a USB or DVD
- When I extract the ISO image using 7zip, I get the following. Note that there is both x64 and x86.
What I need
- A bootable disk which can be written to a DVD
How do I do this?