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Hello, I have the same problem with Parallels 10. I moved from a mac mini server to an iMac. Please advise.
Have you enabled Direct X in the VM config, under video? The default setting is "Off." Hope this helps.
I'm not getting a valid DMG using Safari or Firefox.
Lower right corner of the VM window, click CD disc and select "Disconnect."
I have also installed IE 7 several times without issue and use it daily.
I don't have Bootcamp installed and I WAS NOT asked for reactivation in my Parallels Win XP SP2 install.
I haven't even seen a Zune. I have an iPod and 2 other non-iPod MP3 devices. I'm simply referring to the worse-than-lackluster sales of the device...
Direct video card access is not supported in any virtualization software. You'll need to run BootCamp for 3D since BootCamp is not virtualization...
Parallels doesn't like Zune...
It seems the obvious question is "who does?"
I also had to shut down my Mac Pro, 2.66 Ghz, 4GB RAM to get rid of the VT-X error message after the firmware update. The restart after the update...
Imagine trying to run Windows XP on a real PC with only 300 MB of RAM. That's barely enough (maybe not even enough) for Windows XP alone, never...
How much RAM are you giving Parallels? (Preferences..., Memory tab)
How much RAM are you giving each VM? (VM Configuration Editor)
You may need to increase RAM for Parallels also.
Check Parallels Desktop > Preferences..., Memory tab.
Correction: I shouldn't HAVE updated.
I suggest that you download and install the latest internal build. There is a link in the thread about it at the top of the Parallels Desktop for...
Applications > Utitilies > Boot Camp Assistant
Create or Remove a Windows partition
Remove Windows partition
What Mac system??????
In WinXP Word, select what you want to copy. Use control-C to copy it. Switch to OS X Word, put your cursor where you want to paste. Use Apple-V...
If your VM files are gone, you'll have to create a new one and re-install XP, re-authorize, re-install 1000 Windows updates.
No need to reinstall XP. Sounds like you trashed your VM files.