Why would You want to do that? You can pass the .iso file as an rgument of the 
--drive or --cdrom arguments for the qvm-start script

If the iso resides in a vm all You need to do is do it like this (assuming the 
VM which holds the iso is named test and the hvm is named test2)

qvm start test2 --drive=:test\path\to\.iso

Remember to put \ character if You have spaces in the directory path or rename 
the files\catalogues so the names don't have spaces.

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