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#1 mbzadegan

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Posted 03 October 2015 - 07:55 AM

Hi everybody,

I have a debian Image (*.img) that it can boot by qemu and other emulators truely.

Now, I want to create a sellection on my windows 7 boot menu by bcdedit to booting it.

How can do that?

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#2 cdob

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Posted 03 October 2015 - 09:04 AM

Neither bcdedit

I have a debian Image (*.img) that it can boot by qemu and other emulators truely.

This is a hard disk image attached to a virtual machine.
You are booting a real (virtual) hard disk, not a image file.
 

Now, I want to create a sellection on my windows 7 boot menu by bcdedit to booting it.

Neither bcdedit nor bootmgr supports this. Add another bootloader, e.g. grub4dos.
No idea, if debian supports booting from a *.img image file.




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