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No, it will not boot. It is not possible using latest Parallels Desktop v.17
JeffersonN, as far as I remember, there is no AHCI driver at all. Only IDE and VirtIO drivers are available. That is why it doesn't work.
Thanks. Got it, but I need to investigate it deeper... I'll send you a reply via PM after investigation.
David, could you press "Send Report" and share it's ID here?
Works for me:
$prl_disk_tool convert --plain --hdd harddisk.hdd
Operation progress 100 %
$ du -h harddisk.hdd
This is possible via command line utility if there are no snapshots:
prl_disk_tool convert --expanding --hdd <path to *.hdd>
Yes, I have patched, recompiled and checked the 5.11.22 kernel.
This kernel sources came with Ubuntu 21.04 as:...
That bug in linux kernel about incorrect handling introduced by particular commit. The effect of this commit is different on different platforms....
I can't edit my posts too! Please fix it.
Thank you in advance!
The following error occurred:
You must wait at least 20 seconds before...
Looks like it is already fixed in Linux kernel
Workaround for slow VM boot: boot with some image connected
And possible workaround for image...
Wait for two minutes and check if it booted.
If not, try to switch virtual terminal by pressing CTRL+F2/CTRL+F3 and so on.
Could you try to boot VM with some cd/dvd image connected? No matter what image is.
RandyB3, could you open disk manager then generate technical report, send it to Parallels and share its ID here.
EthanW5, what installation media did you use while new Windows 10 VM was created?
New W10 VMs created with UEFI BIOS enabled. You can always check...
This is not "Black Screen of Death". It looks like application stopped redraw this window.
It can be a lot of reasons for this. It would be very...
UEFI is available for Linux for years just not enabled by default, as well as NVMe virtual disk...
JeffreyS12, could you send a technical report to Parallels and share its ID here?
No. It is forbidden to add TPM to Bootcamp VM.
Imagine if Windows 11 won't start without TPM at all. I guess it won't boot into native Bootcamp...
Most likely your VM is not using UEFI BIOS. Run 'msinfo32', for example, and look for BIOS mode.
Try to remove/re-add TPM to VM configuration.