How to create a uefi boot stick with windows 7 32-bit?

I need to create a UEFI bootable USB with a Windows 7 32-bit image. I have been able to successfully create an image with Windows 7 64-bit. However, none of my Windows 7 32-bit installers contains some of the files needed to create the image. The first file is the bootmgfw.efi file. I've looked in my sources folder\boot.wim (open archive)\1\windows\boot the EFI folder is not there. On my Win7 64-bit I am able to locate it under sources folder\boot.wim (open archive)\1\windows\boot\EFI

Secondly, in my EFI\Microsoft\Boot folder the only file I have I the bcd file. I do not have the cdboot.efi, cdboot_nopromt.efi, efisys.efi, nor the efisys_nopromt.efi. I have attached a screenshot of both my windows7 32 and 64 bit installers to compare the differences.

Is it possible that the files are located somewhere else on a 32-bit? I've researched the file locations and everywhere I read, points me to the same location.
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32 bit Windows OS's don't work with UEFI/GPT disks, only 64 bit Windows OS's do. So if you install a 32 bit Windows to a PC with UEFI BIOS, you must change the BIOS mode to compatible or legacy or whatever it is called in your settings, and you must also install to a disk 2TB or smaller, as GPT disks aren't supported to boot from and if you were using a larger disk you wouldn't be able to use all it's space.

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