I have been using Grub4Dos to boot into a puppy Linux image file using .sfs format (this of course works on all our 32bit windows computers).
The issue is now that I am being asked to get it to work on 64Bit Windows OS's; Server 2012 and Windows 8 and Server 2008 R2 etc.
Grub4Dos doesn't work on these OS' right? There is the Grub bootlacer but that is out of the question it does not fit our needs.
So does anyone know of anyway of booting into .sfs image from the above 64bit Windows flavours?
Either natively or using a tool like I did with Grub4dos?
It simply needs to provide a boot menu and then allow booting into the .sfs image which must be loaded into memory...
Any help advice...pointing in the right direction is greatly appreciated.