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I'm using proxmox as my VM host. I have a Windows 7 ISO I'm trying to load but it keeps going to a "cannot display page". Is there a limit to the size of the iso file you can upload onto proxmox?

Also, does anyone know how to install a VM on proxmox from a physical installatopn disk?
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