I hope someone can help with this, due to this and other issues I'm beginning to suspect Parallels isn't a good solution for Windows Server virtualization. I have a Server 2012 Essentials VM with two separate .hdd files connected. One is working fine, it appears in Windows Explorer. The other does not, I can see it in Computer management where it is described as "Healthy (GPT Protective Partition) - right clicking on it shows all options are greyed out. I need to get this image to mount in Windows again. I've looked inside both .hdd files and they have the same files inside. I can't use Parallels if I can't trust it not to randomly screw up my data. Is there anything I can do to get it back? I've tried to mount both files on the Mac side to see if I can just copy the data to a new image file, double clicking on both the working and non-working .hdd file. The working one causes Parallels mounter to hang and the other gives an error that the disk is corrupt.