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In parallels 10 the menu bar for a yosemite guest is corrupt for me, is anyone else seeing this?
I don;t seem to be able to get it over 128, I added:
svga.vramSize = 1073741824
but still only get 128, how did you manage it?
They refunded my money, nice. Now got to work out how to uninstall this version and put the old one back on!
Just incase anyone is interested I just installed the demo of VMWare fusion, 10.9.3 and 10.10 installed ok.
10.10 has graphics issues and is too...
I have just emailed them asking for a refund, lets see what happens.
They could try to get 10.9.3 working first!
I just paid for the update to version 9 to install mavericks, now surprised I am (NOT) that it doesn't work!
from the website :
Can I have...
Anyone any idea?
Hi Guys and Girls,
Every time I start my Windows 8 bootcamp VM the parallels tools are installed and then a reboot required.
This is driving...
I run the ver 7 uninstall then installed v8 again and the figures are much better, still slightly lower that 7 but much nearer!
Well I upgraded to 8 with the promise of better performance and it is a big disappointment, much slower than 7!
This is on a MacbookPro i7...
Thanks for the replies, looks like it may not be a lost cause then!
I would contact support but I always find that doesn't help...
Eset nod32 is the best I have found
I am getting to the end of my tether with parallels.
Cut/Copy/paste between the guest and host is just hopeless, randomly hangs...
It is easy to get rid of the file, if Parallels support went such hopeless numpties they would know!
Remove parallels tools from windows....
Great, thanks for this.
Better than Parallels support that is for sure!
Wow 6.5 for HD, I cannot get parallels above 5.9 for that even though I have a 3 disk raid 0 system!
Version 6 had no problem allocating more than 4GB.
I have 8GB allocated and just ignore the warning, and bess I do need 8GB!
Mine started doing this today as well after installing Eset NOD32 version 5.
Tried to put a support call in and got a page saying they were...
I posted this on the other thread as well where dAve posted this info, the above info from Dave is incorrect.
PD7 runs on a 32 bit kernel....