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Yes, Parallels Desktop 8 supports Windows XP x64 on Core 2 Duo. EFI bitness does not matter in this case.
This is a limitation of 32-bit Windows 7. You can find the explanation here (the article is about Windows Vista but the same...
No, it's impossible.
You can just reduce video memory size in VM configuration to 2 MB or so. See screenshot.
PD 3.0 can work in software virtualization mode (i.e. without VT-x). PD 4.0 does not support this mode anymore.
Me too. :(
I think this is rather licensing limitation because from the point of view of OS there is no difference between multi-core and multi-CPU SMP. But...
We will use universal VM and virtual disk format for our future Parallels Server, Desktop and Workstation. It's easier for everyone.
Server platform is very important for us because next generation desktop products will be based on it. But we have already started...
You know, I can't answer this question. The only thing I can say is that active development of next generation of Parallels Desktop has started.
Next major release of Parallels Desktop will support 64-bit guests, virtual SMP, 8GB of memory for guests. These features are mandatory.
No. This is a limitation of our current architecture.
The next major Parallels Desktop version will support at least 8GB of guest memory. This...
Currently Parallels Server runs on 64-bit hosts. Future Parallels Workstation will be based on it, so it will definitely support 64-bit...
There is no development on porting Parallels to *BSD. I don't think there will be BSD primary OS support in 2008.
"seek" is offset from the beginning of the file. At this offset dd writes 1KB of zeros increasing image size to 400MB. See man dd for details. So...
Do you have lines like "IPI stat: rescheduled X CPUs out of Y" in your system.log? If so, this a known problem and it will be fixed in...
I also recommend you upgrading to build 5592.
Thank you all! :)
I don't quite know what kind of problems you have on MacBook Pro. Please create another thread on the forum if there is none devoted to the bug...
We were working hard. :)
Please let us know the result of your testing.