Windows 10: Unsupported processor type: 0 Unable to extract x64 image. Run Coreinfo from a writeable...

Discus and support Unsupported processor type: 0 Unable to extract x64 image. Run Coreinfo from a writeable... in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade to solve the problem; Hi, I am Abhishek Robin and i am using a Lenovo G500 Laptop, with Windows 10 Pro, these below are my Device specifications: Device name AbhishekRobin... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade' started by AbhishekRobin, Oct 22, 2020.

  1. Unsupported processor type: 0 Unable to extract x64 image. Run Coreinfo from a writeable...


    Hi,
    I am Abhishek Robin and i am using a Lenovo G500 Laptop, with Windows 10 Pro, these below are my
    Device specifications:
    Device name AbhishekRobin
    Processor IntelR CoreTM i3-3120M CPU @ 2.50GHz 2.50 GHz
    Installed RAM 4.00 GB 3.13 GB usable
    Device ID F1747839-1F03-456A-9EC4-0962BF82870B
    Product ID 00331-20020-00000-AA245
    System type 32-bit operating system, x64-based processor
    Pen and touch No pen or touch input is available for this display

    Windows Specifications:
    Edition Windows 10 Pro
    Version 20H2
    Installed on ‎8/‎18/‎2020
    OS build 19042.572
    Experience Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.31.0

    I wanted to update my laptop to a 64-bit operating system, as i have the 64-bit processor....
    But unfortunately when i tried to find out the coreinfo, its not working, i installed coreinfo, extracted it and did run cmd, and typed in coreinfo, but it shows a message which says: "Unsupported processor type: 0 Unable to extract x64 image. Run Coreinfo from a writeable directory"

    I would be glad if anyone could help me out on how to solve this problem and if i can update my 32-bit processor to a 64-bit processor...

    Regards,
    Abhishek Robin

    :)
     
    AbhishekRobin, Oct 22, 2020
    #1
  2. Emicsec Win User

    coreinfo error / 64-bit install on Q6600

    Hello,

    I'd be grateful for any advice people might be able to offer on this;

    I have an old PC with the following spec:
    CPU : Intel Q6600
    M/B : Asus P5K Deluxe
    RAM : 4GB PC2-6400
    HDD : Adaptec 1430SA RAID-10 500GB total

    It's running Windows 10 32-bit ver. 1803 and I want to change that to 64-bit.

    As preparation, I'm trying to run coreinfo to check that the CPU is compatible, but it quits on me with the error:

    Unsupported processor type: 0
    Unable to extract x64 image. Run Coreinfo from a writeable directory.

    The Q6600 is an x64 CPU, albeit a very old one - can anybody tell me:
    >Why won't coreinfo run?
    >Will Windows 10 64-bit install successfully?

    From what I've read, I have to do a clean install to "upgrade" to 64-bit, so if the install fails, there's no way back...

    Thanks for any help Unsupported processor type: 0 Unable to extract x64 image. Run Coreinfo from a writeable... :)
     
    Emicsec, Oct 22, 2020
    #2
  3. pyramid10 Win User
    Extracting Zip Files


    Are the step-by-step processes identical? That is, the folder extracted from and the folder extracted to belong to the same hierarchical file system structure. If they are, that suggests mildly the Cumulative Update left an electron or two out of place.
     
    pyramid10, Oct 22, 2020
    #3
  4. HD_Monkey Win User

    Unsupported processor type: 0 Unable to extract x64 image. Run Coreinfo from a writeable...

    adding xp image to x64 raid 0 setup

    Hey all *Smile Unsupported processor type: 0 Unable to extract x64 image. Run Coreinfo from a writeable... :) I have 3 identical sata 2 7200 seagate barracudas. First drive is set up dual boot xp and x64 on separate partitions. 2 and 3 are now raid 0 with x64. Obviously, after seeing the performance gains I would like to move everything to the raid and keep 1 for backup.

    Is it possible to create a partition on the raid and copy image of xp onto that for dual boot raided setup (issue installing raid drivers at OS install)?

    Will it still be raid for xp partition? *Confused Unsupported processor type: 0 Unable to extract x64 image. Run Coreinfo from a writeable... :confused:

    After reading another thread, I got the impression that raid drivers would be used from setup of x64 (f6 method). Is this true?

    I have a lot of valuable data on that partition (Crysis ) and would be very unhappy to lose it.

    I have looked and looked for an easy way to do this and have run into a wall. All suggestions greatly appreciated. *Respect :respect:
     
    HD_Monkey, Oct 22, 2020
    #4
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