I am running Parallels Build 5584 on Mac OSX 10.5.1. (Leopard). I had some troubles with Paralles when I ugraded to Leopard so I decided to try running Parallels from a Boot camp partition due to some networking and printer sharing challenges I experienced when connected to a windows network. I am using a new 2.8 GHz Dual Core iMac, loaded with 4 GB ram, 500 GB HDD. Once I installed win xp pro through Boot Camp and assigned Parallels to the Boot Camp VM install all my woes went away. This system is a dream come true and parallels is operating beautifully. I have the awesomeness of Mac OS, with the necessity of Windows in a business user setting. Network connections are stable, file sharing works, printers are working (they are all IP network printers though.) Who could ask for anything more? Now that the new VM is working, I still have the old VMs installed on my HDD. I do not need the first VM and get prompted which to boot to every time I reboot the system. So, how do I remove the VM file that is no longer needed? Also, one oddity is the software warns me that Parallels tools is being installed each time I start windows. It has been telling me that the last 10 or so restarts. I would think that should be a 1 time warning/process. Q1) How do I remove old/unneeded VM installations? Q2) Should I continue to get warned about Parallels tools install each time I restart by Boot Camp partition/vm installation in Parallels? Any help is greatly appreciated.