Added Symantec anti-virus to my virtual machine today. When I went to shut down Windows and return to my Mac OS system, I got an error message from Symantec saying there is a disc in the floppy drive and I need to remove it. I reinserted and re-ejected the Symantec disc (last disc I had used) thinking it was referring to my CD drive. No such luck - still got the error. Finally, I went into Explorer and checked all the drives there. I found the following.... My 3.5" floppy drive (A contains the following (listed as file name, size, type, date): _innt.sif 1KB SIF file 10/24/2006; 12:00AM _xsetup.sif 1KB SIF file 10/24/2006; 12:00AM IGT 36KB Application 10/20/2006; 12:00AM I'm assuming this is what Symantec is "seeing" when it's telling me I've got a disc in the drive. Does Parallels create some kind of virtual floppy drive associated with it and/or Windows? Iâ€™m assuming I probably donâ€™t want to be deleting these? Especially the application? The only way then to log-off of Windows is to click through the error until ultimately the box appears that says something along the lines of â€œthe program can't end because it's in use or something like that. Your options are "End Now" and "Cancel" (or something like that). Seems a bit sloppy to do it that way and it bothers this type A personality! Does it hurt anything? Is there a better answer? Can I delete or relocate those files, or do they need to reside there? Thanks!