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Discussion in 'Installation and Configuration of Parallels Desktop' started by eelco, Nov 15, 2008.
Chad and Ariel, please create a support tickets:
Actually, I solved the problem after finding this article. I ran the clean up and after that, the network card was detected correctly.
Thanks for the link.
That worked for me too.
I'm having precisely the same problem. Have done everything suggested on this thread. I just reinstalled Parallels and everything. Any help? And I refuse to upgrade to Parallels 5. I just upgraded to 4 in the late summer.
Please reboot Mac OS and then send a problem report using menu of Parallels Desktop "Help" -> "Report a Problem" and post here its id
It looks like I am in the same boat here. I have tried each of the fixes listed above, but to no avail. I posted a problem with help ticket ID 2627115. Your help is much appreciated.
it appears that version of Parallels Desktop you are running is too old, 4.0.3540.209168. Support of Snow Leopard was only added in version 4.0.3810
Please uninstall this version (it will keep VMs), then download and install the latest version of Parallels Desktop 4.0. The link can be obtained in http://kb.parallels.com/en/5802