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HowTo dual boot, and virtualize windows using a linux host.
(It's free now) There are several methods described, most of which give up, and create a vmdk image.
The trick that worked, is to install a dual boot linux drive. Point KVM to that drive, not the partition, and away you go.
Success in booting, without the fixntldr.iso.
1) Activation problem. http://mazimi.wordpress.com/2007/07/11/getting-around-windows-activation-when-virtualizing/
2) Use of native hardware, so we can boot using the new hardware.
3) Use compviz 3D windows to switch between machines.
4) Use virt-manager to run the show.