How to create a new x86 folder in xp 64 Tags: x86 Windows XP Last response: October 8, 2008 8:13 AM in Windows XP Share glupee October 7, 2008 1:59:18 AM Hi I was wondering if anyone new how (if at all possible) to create a new 32 bit folder for installation in xp64. Similar to the default program files (x86) folder. Thanks in advance. More about : create x86 folder Ijack October 7, 2008 8:18:41 AM There's nothing special about "Program Files (x86)". It's just a folder with the name "x86" in it. Just create yyour folder in the same way that you would create any other folder. br3nd064 October 7, 2008 9:47:38 PM Why would you want to? It would just create problems. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Ijack October 8, 2008 8:13:25 AM Fairly obvious why you might want to. For example I have a C: and D: partition. D: is much large than C:, so I install all new programs there. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources How to create program files (x86) folder Forum SolvedCan't create new folder on desktop windows 7 64 Forum i can't create new folder on desktop it will take administrative permission but we dont know ,how i get permmission to create Forum i can't create new folder on desktop it will take administrative permission but we dont know ,how i get permmission to create Forum How to create a new folder Forum SolvedWindows 7 x64 / XP Pro x86 Dual Boot With 3TB Drives Forum How to create a New user on an existing Domain on a Win 7 64bit Forum How connect share folder on win xp from w7 64 bit Forum Creating both x86 x64 bootable usb Forum SolvedMoving software from x86 XP to x64 7 Forum SolvedCannot create new folder Forum Import Names from Excel to create new Folders XP Forum can not create new folder Forum Can't create new folder on desktop "no permission" Forum SolvedHow to create an exact FAT16 HDD image to put onto new drive Forum SolvedHow to create home folder in local path Forum To Remove or Restore Folder - cannot create new folder anywhere Forum SolvedHow do I re-edit a file I created in a Read-Only folder? Forum Win 7 x64 is slower than Win XP x86 ? Gaming Forum SolvedInstalled a 32 bit program into the 64 bit folder, then speakers went extremely quiet. How fix? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !