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No, Its Actually The Other Way Around.
Using BootCamp Gives You The Ability To Run A Native PC.
If You Have A Working BootCamp...
Installing BootCamp Allows The Mac To Be Dual Boot.
ie Startup Natively Into Either Mac OSX Or Windows(XP/Vista).
I Successfully Upgraded From PD3 To PD4.
Since The Upgrade Was Going To Remove PD3 Anyway,
I Thought I'd Try To Make The PD4...
No, I Don't Work For Parallels ;-)
(I Still Haven't Actually Purchased The Upgrade Yet.)
Just Giving A Little 'Encouragement',
I Also Had The AUTOCHK.EXE Problem.
For Me It Was Just The XP SP3 Update That Needed To Be Done In Bootcamp.
I've Since Done Other Windows...
Hi Parallels Team
My PD4 Upgrade Experience Has Been Smooth & Problem Free. (As It Should Be ;-)
Just Upgraded From Parallels Desktop...
I Currently Have A My BootCamp XP SP3 VM Working Without Issue.
As Part Of My Preparations To Trial An 'Upgrade' To PD4,
As Part Of My Preparations For Trying to 'Upgrade' To PD4,
I Would 1st Like To DL Parallels Desktop 3(5608).
Just In Case I Need It...
I Think That's The Version WinXP Is Running.
Parallels Does Not Necessarily Support It.
Mine Also Says DirectX 9c,
But I'm Currently Running...
I Know Parallels 4.0 Now Supports DirectX 9,
But I Haven't Been Able To Find Anywhere If It Supports DirectX 9c.
(As Many Windows Games Require...
This Solution Worked For Me
Your Concise (But Detailed) Solution Worked For Me :)
(The Only Things I Did Differently Were The...
I Still Have This Issue In Release Version 3186 :(
Here Is A Screenshot Illustrating My Problem.
A New MacBook Is The Perfect Time To Configure Parallels & BootCamp
I Think Now Is The Perfect Time To Configure Your New MacBook...
Unfortunately This Didn't Make Any Difference Either. :(
I Tried Your Workaround, But It Doesn't Seem To Work For Me.
I have a Very Minor Issue with My Coherence Display (3170 RC3).
There is a 3 Inch Square Patch from the WinXP Desktop that Seems to...
Just DL & Run Installer
I Just DL'd & Ran The 3150 RC2 Installer.
It Recognises My Existing XP VM (BootCamp), & Everything Seems OK.
If You Are Running WinXP VM from BootCamp, You Could Just Put The Files On Your Windows C: Drive.
Hope This Helps
That's Solved My 'Problem' With CD/DVD.
I Still Have A Problem With My Flashdrive.
The Flashdrive Mounts In the WinXP...