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Use the windows CD in bootcamp to repair windows, you will lose all settings and some apps may lose their functionality but at least you wont have...
My XP runs great until i use the Windows Installer !!
Trying to install an Application is painfull !!
Resolver why do you not sport the Parallels badge as other members of staff do?
Parallels currently does not support 3D or Direct X !!
Wait for Version 3 !!
have you installed the parallels tools?
Apple dont yet support Vista in bootcamp and with 10.5 on the horizon i doubt they are working hard on getting it to work !!
Mine does the same when you Suspend the VM !! I have to go the the time server and click check now !!
Windows Vista - Full Screen
With USB: 75% Idle
Without USB: 22% Idle
What view are you currently in?
& have you tried selecting another view and then is it still greyed out after changing?
Using a bridged network each VM and your mac gets a unique IP address from your DHCP server assuming you have one.
For example on my windows xp i...
You need to go to Parallels > Devices > CD/DVD and select disconnect and then the mac will get everything back
Are you on a network?
For example mine at home is:
Mac - 192.168.1.2
Windows - 192.168.1.3
Linux - 192.168.1.4
So i can mount drives from on...
Which OS are you using i used this one LINK for Windows XP and it worked a treat !!
I use parallels so that i can have all 3 main operating systems running under 1 hood:
Mac: File System
Linux: Coldfusion 8 enabled Web Server &...
If you can mount the firewire onto the mac then you can create a shared folder from within your VM and access the data from there.
err who's John ?? :)
As far as i know you cannot install both IE6 & 7 on the same machine. It may be better to clone your VM with IE6 running and then upgrade the...
Parallels doesnt support 3D or Direct X and therefore they only provide 32mb of shared graphics to allow you to have a decent screen res.
Parallels supports both dual screen and single screen, use the preferences to change your display options.