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To be bootable a disk has to have a valid boot sector. When you copy the contents, (...), and you make a new disk without the correct boot sector you have a normal disk full with the data. Check here about how to do a bootable iso image. (Look for -b option of genisoimage). Look here for a Minimal guide.
VirtualBox is probably going to be your best bet since you're only looking to have one VM running at a time. It can do audio no sweat, but 3D acceleration is going to be limited. For one, it will only support up to 256M of RAM for graphics at this time, so anything requiring more will be a no-go. Don't bother with the remote access unless you really need ...
it is not an existing port, uncheck connect to existing pipe, so it creates a new one. Thanks
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