I'm installing Parallels 9 on a new Macbook Pro retina display. Things are going fine - yay. But when booting in Bootcamp, drive d is the Mac Drive [this is new to me, didn't know the later bootcamps allowed this]. When I boot into the mac, use parallels as a vm to the bootcamp partition, I get a useless drive d which is 0 bytes, and so on. It's cosmetic in one sense (just avoid the d drive when using parallels on the vm), but this is for a client who doesn't totally understand... Thoughts?