i had many issues with final image - OS installation failed everytime, because some of the updates caused errors - i lost more than 2 weeks on trying to locate "bad" updates. So I totaly support RicaNiaga and bphlpt last message. No problems during integration does not garantee successfull installation at all.
From my experience, it seems that the push to slim the OS install has waned in the last several years as CPU speed has increased, memory and disc drive size has increased, and price has decreased. As the parts of the OS have gotten more and more interwoven, the risk of taking something out now that you might find you want or need later, or having something break in an unexpected way has also increased. It is much safer, and I know that Kel agrees with me, to just disable the services you don't need to keep them from running. If you find you need it later, all you have to do is enable it again and you're in business. If you slim the install by taking things out, if you find you need it later, most of the time you CAN NOT just add it back in. You'll have to redo your build and start completely over from scratch with an untouched source. There are ways to silm the OS, and I'm sure there are specific instances where it might be of some benefit, but it is not for the faint of heart, nor for a first time builder. But if you have experience, it can be done. Others may disagree, but I personally do not recommend it. Cheers and Regards
Sorry that's not possible, both of the inf files (which W7T reads) are exactly the same so there is no way to separate the two. However i've just added a compromise in v91. In the driver folders make a blank text file called "x86.txt" in the x86 folder and "x64.txt" in the x64 folder. This will make W7T force them to display x86 or x64 depending on which text file it see's. if x86.txt exists W7T will show as x86 if x64.txt exists W7T will show as x64 if Mix.txt exists W7T will show as Mix if x86.txt and x64.txt exists W7T will show as Mix This is already in v91 which isn't released yet.