Build 5582 and Leopard and MacFUSE error

Discussion in 'Windows Guest OS Discussion' started by chim, Dec 11, 2007.

  1. chim

    chim

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    I just installed Leopard. When I bring up Parallels Build 5582 and then Win XP, I get the error saying MacFUSE is too new for the operating system.

    How do I fix this? And please Keep It Simple!! I looked thru the Forum for the answer and I couldn't make sense of any of it.
    Chim
     
  2. Xenos

    Xenos Parallels Team

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    Hello Chim,

    Please try reinstalling MacFUSE.
    Is this the only error message you get?
    You have a clean, just created virtual machine?

    Best regards,
    Xenos
     
  3. chim

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    I haven't a clue on how to reinstall MacFUSE. Where do I find it to reinstall it?

    This is the first error message I got after installing Leopard, and bringing up Parallels and XP. When I used Parallels Build 5582 and Tiger, I had no problem. I haven't gone any farther to see if there are other errors. This one shows up with the Windows desktop and without bringing up other programs. Kaspersky Anti Virus is running in the background. Would that effect it??

    The VM was created this summer, with Tiger and Parallels V3. Thus it is not a new, just created machine.

    Chim
     
  4. Xenos

    Xenos Parallels Team

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    To reinstall MacFUSE please use this link.
    Thank you for the provided information.

    Best regards,
    Xenos
     
  5. chim

    chim

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    It works! Thanks so much.
     
  6. X5driver

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    This is the thread i've been looking for and this is the answer i was looking for but when i clicked on that link I saw more than one version so what version should i download and install which will downgrade my Macfuse. I too am running Leopard 5.1 and the latest version of Parellels 3.0. I also get the same dialouge box that dosen't affect windows.

    Thanks for the help.....

    Edit: I took a chance and installed 10.5-1.1.1 Looks like it worked.

     
    Last edited: Dec 20, 2007
  7. Xenos

    Xenos Parallels Team

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    Hello,

    X5driver, right choice. Congrats.
    Please sorry for not answering in time.

    Best regards,
    Xenos
     
  8. Grandpa Jim

    Grandpa Jim Bit Poster

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    Me too.

    Thanks for the ...
    "To reinstall MacFUSE please use this link.
    Best regards,
    Xenos"

    The reinstall of MacFUSE seems to have fixed the error I was getting.
    I did the MacFUSE-Core-10.5-1.1.1 install.
    Other places I found said either downgrade MacFUSE or reinstall it but gave no clue on how to do it. Shouldn't this problem & solution get highlighted somewhere in FAQ or General Info for all the new Leopard folks?
    Cheers,
     
  9. X5driver

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    I Would think so
     
  10. ktodack

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    What is Macfuse, what does it do for you? This is the first place I have ever heard of it.
     
  11. X5driver

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    Read post #6


     
  12. Eru Ithildur

    Eru Ithildur

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    It's a technology, which Parallels uses, that interfaces with the NTFS and FAT32 filesystems from various common *NIX filesystems to include HFS+. Refer to the link referenced in the post above for a full and technically accurate description.
     
  13. Xenos

    Xenos Parallels Team

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    Hello all,

    Thank you for your posts.
    The information on MacFUSE installation is added in FAQ.

    Wish you a very Happy New Year!

    Best regards,
    Xenos
     

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