Hi, I am trying to convert a clientÂ´s win98 installation from their old VirtualPC 6 Roots into a Parallels Virtual Machine. The imageÂ´s extension readc .vpc6 . Parallels Transporter is unable to read from this format. So I open the image up by control-clicking on it to "Show Package Contents" and I get this: "Windows 98  Drive 1.vhdp". However, Transporter still cannot read from this file. So I open this image up even further, russian-doll-like, and I get this: BaseDrive.vhd . Now this is something that Transporter actually recognizes, so the migration process starts. After about 15 minutes I get a message about hardware change and are being asked whether I want to boot from the resulting disk image. Of course I do. Then I get this: "There is no operating system on the selectedt disk image or Parallels Transporter is unable to make it bootable." Has anyone ever managed to convert a Windows98 VPC image? I was under the impression that Parallels Transporter was supposed to support it. Your help is very much appriciated. P.S.: I am actually getting a virtual image out oft this: "BaseDrive.hdd". Still, Parallels refuses to boot from it.