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Check network port configurations in Network System Preference in OS X - Make sure En2 and En3 are there.
Reboot OS X.
After that, it'll...
out of curiosity - does it work in software mode?
Also keep in mind that on a Mac Mini the ram is shared with the gpu - the GMA 950 has no video ram of its own. So 1GB of RAM is really less than that.
Just shut down windows. Don't quit anything.
Check your network config in OS X - see if it wants to set up en(2) and (3).
Reboot your mac. Try again.
Consider turning on Internet Sharing on...
I've suspected that for many people having issues, the culprit lies on the Windows side of things.
15" C2D MBP 2.33 here - Parallels consisistently has taken up 23 - 26% of cpu as measured in OS X Activity Monitor when sitting there doing...
Nope, just in the vm.
OS X maintains a steady connection with my ISP's proxy.
WinXP in vm, checked with ipconfig, changes IP frequently -...
3170 working well. Bridged networking continues to switch IPs every couple of minutes in a wireless situation, changed back to shared networking....
In Parallel's Desktop - the very top menu bar. Not in Windows.
Ditto. Rebooting gets me network stability again for a day or two. Then, after going from wired ethernet at work to wirelesss + proxy at home I...
It and all the previous betas have slept fine with my MBP C2D.
Mine... runs for days at a time. I've never had it unexpectedly shutdown. Never.
Go to the Devices Menu, the USB submenu and pick the iSight.
Did you capture the iSight in Parallels under "Devices - USB"?
I'm having network issues in my VM - after a shutdown, XP cannot connect via any type of networking - (en2) and (en3) show up in the OS X Network...
If you mean FAT32, yes.
If you mean NTFS, the answer is still yes.
Did you check in Parallels: Devices: USB to see if the iSight had been captured there?
What does Vista give you that XP does not?
In Parallels - View menu - Turn Coherence on, then in Customize... next to Windows Task Bar uncheck "Show".