If you’ve been searching the web to understand how to test image files in QEMU, you’ve come to the right place. Our freeware, QEMU Simple Boot, simplifies the process.. It is a generic machine emulator and virtualizer. What does this mean? Imagine you have an ISO file which needs testing. You would first need to burn it to a disc, wasting time and a CD/DVD, or you could install a virtual drive and mount the ISO. But there is an easier way … QEMU Simple Boot.
how to use it:
Download the ZIP and extract it to the folder of your choice, then run Qsib.exe. The application is is very simple to use – just drag and drop your .iso, .ima or .img file(s) into the window, and click “Start QEMU Test”. (There is also a checkbox letting you optionally close the program after QEMU has started). You can also use the plus (+) button located near the bottom right of the window to manually select an image file. A slider bar in the top right allows you to choose how much system RAM to to allocate to the test.
In addition, the Menu button in the bottom right of the window allows you to:
– test your USB, CD/DVD images and discs
– easily test your multiboot menu workout
– change the language (found in qsib.ini). Turkish, English and German languages are pre-installed.
QEMU Simple Boot is both portable and free.
NOTE: Please don’t use QEMU Simple Boot to test Windows OS images. It was designed for quickly testing boot loaders for USB flash drives or small image files with low resource requirements. It was not designed to be a full virtualization environment.
Supported languages: English , Arabic , Simplifed Chinese , Traditional Chinese, French , German , Greek , Hungarian , Italian , Japanese , Korean , Persian , Portuguese , Russian , Spanish , Swedish , Turkish , Ukrainian , Vietnamese , Finnish , Albanian , Dutch , Bulgarian , Slovenian , Indonesian , Hebrew , Catalan , Romanian
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 11 , Windows 10 , Windows 8.1 , Windows 8 , Windows 7 , Windows Vista , Winsows Xp – (both x86 and x64)
Last Update (Silent Update) – Thursday, October 19th, 2017
1. Quemu version renewed
File : Qsib.exe
MD5 : 953e21bebce2a24d8a274e75e4839eb8
SHA1 : f51011a093aebe9ca3027c4ae4036579c67d465f
Hi, in the program there is a very old version of Qemu therefore it does not support more Ram. It was often used to browse the boot menu.
it is max ram is 1024 MB for me.
can i increase ram to 8196 MB?
and last question is can i install bootable image x64?
I have many iso files without proper filenames or version numbers, will Qemu Simple Boot be able to read the install.wim or install.esd to get that missing info? It would be a good idea if it could.