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I posted too soon. It saw the upgrade but the upgrade failed during install. Sorry. I did need to edit the .cnf file to get it to work correctly....
@Gimbal - thanks for sharing. I only needed to change the boot flags and the upgrade worked correctly. Host is on 11.4 and using Parallels 16.5.
Still not working after upgrading the host to Mac OS 11.3. Using Parallels Desktop 16.5 and my guest Mac OS is on 11.2.
Still broken using Parallels Desktop 16.5. Mac OS host is on 11.2.3 and my guest Mac OS is on 11.2.
I have not been able to upgrade any version of BigSur as Guest OS using the control panel or by downloading the update from the App Store inside....
It is fixed for me as of this morning. Checking for updates works correctly.
Given that ThamaerE has the same problem on macOS 10.15.7 and today Parallels launched a preview version of Parallels Desktop 16 for M1, I would...
Anyone else getting a "Unable to check for updates" error when doing a "Check for Updates" using Parallels 16.1.1 and MacOS 11.1? Updates were...
Yes. No change. Still at 1024x768 using the Apple Hypervisor. My host is running Catalina.
Anyone able to get Big Sur as Guest OS to run with a video resolution other than 1024x768? The release notes for Parallels 16.1.0 say it is fixed,...
With 16.0.1, the resolution in Big Sur as guest OS is still locked at 768 x 1024.
Boot into safe mode: https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT201262
Others on this thread have reported the same problem.
I see the same behavior after installing v16 tools into a BigSur guest VM. I am running Catalina on the host.
@Blackforge Thanks for the help.
@Nentecular were you able to get Parallels Tools installed? I crash during startup if I install Tools.
Thank you @Nentecular! That solved my problem. I created a new APFS volume that was 80GB and I had the BigSur Installer on a USB thumb drive.
This thread is for both host and guest issues.
I can't get the Big Sur public beta to install as guest using desktop 15.1.4. I run into the disk...
It seems that the deprecation of kernel extensions in Big Sur required VMWare to make some changes under the hood. They just released a Fusion...
Switch your network adapter to host only and then switch it back to shared network. If you are experiencing the bug from this thread, that should...