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Given that you have no usb or DVD, is it an option for you to install windows as Jonathon suggested above and then change the windows recovery options to point to your new *.wim? If so this might help How to replace default Windows 7 Recovery Environment in Diagnostic and Recovery Toolset – TechPlat.com.
Otherwise, I guess it's theoretically possible to alter your installation media to boot from the *.wim; but you'd need to reconfigure the Windows 7 Boot options to work in a similar way to that of the USB installations and that of an installed Windows boot Loader, have a look here for the latter Windows 7, "Repair your computer" F8 boot option not working (SOLVED) | Forums. This is not my favourite solution but if you go with this I'd be interested to see your working model. Good luck.
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