OK, the big question (El Capitan)...

Discussion in 'Installation and Configuration' started by JNuzzi, Jun 8, 2015.

  1. JamesT1

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    Did not work for me... :(
     
  2. JamesT1

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    How to launch from Terminal?
     
  3. edwardd20

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    Thanks for the solution. It works! However what IS the command to re-enable after Parallels makes updates?
     
  4. JamesT1

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    I just ended up installing on an external drive and works. Nothing else would. Funny how simple it is - just use a ext. drive. My MBP has a Samsung SSD so that may have been the problem too...?
     
  5. pixbroker

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    Anyone made any progress on the USB availability? unfortunately this thread combines both, boot cam and hosted subjects. maybe a moderator can separate the 2. i am only interested in hosted USB not working in 10.11
     
  6. JNuzzi

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    No, I also have the USB issue, but did not realize it right away. Yeah, that is a tough one, but I am sure the folks at Parallels will be on it soon. They get it done.

    NUZZI

     
  7. JustMark

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    Great news!

    I just installed Beta 2 of El Capitan, and my USB devices are now working with Parallels again...

    Mark
     
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  8. AdamTM

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    Great news! Downloading now then.
     
  9. GarthS

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    El Capitan Beta 2 is unfortunately not working for me. USB devices work OK in OS X, and they show up in Parallels' Devices menu, but selecting a device to assign it to the VM does not work. Parallels does not show a check mark next to the device in the Devices menu, and the VM never sees it.

    I tried both with and without the "nvram boot-args" fix, but it doesn't seem to make any difference for this particular problem.

    I'm working with an existing Windows 7 VM that I ran just fine under Parallels 10 in Yosemite.


    EDIT: Nevermind! I was actually on beta 1 - evidently you can't go directly to beta 2 without passing through beta 1. After installing the beta 2 update, things work correctly.
     
    Last edited: Jun 23, 2015
  10. Brilliant news!!
    Glad to hear USBs now work with Beta 2!
     
  11. Timmy1

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    man, should i wait till maybe the beta fixes this bootcamp issue, or should i just reformat my mac?
     

  12. I thought there was already a fix for that posted?
     
  13. Timmy1

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    where?
     
  14. Timmy1

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    parallels can't recognize my boot camp but el capitan can, anyone resolved this issue?
     
  15. Timmy1

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    its a bit different situation for me



    i made this bootcamp partition when i was still on yosemite, after the upgrade it can't recognize my bootcamp
     
  16. Timmy1

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    oh wow it was resolved thanks so much!
     
  17. Good to hear bud
     
  18. kenham40

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    I'm with you here. I would greatly appreciate it if someone could explain how to install Parallels Tools from within Terminal; currently, when I'm in the directory Volumes\Parallels Tools\ in Terminal, I can see the file list (which is Install.app, Uninstall.app, and background.png), however from within the Mac OS X GUI itself (using Finder), the Parallels Tools disc presents itself as being empty (the folder shows nothing).

    Any help here would be awesome! :) Thanks in advance (if someone can help us)!
     
  19. marat_t

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    Before installing execute the command

    sudo nvram boot-args="rootless=0"

    then reboot VM, connect Parallels Tools image, and install Parallels Tools:

    cd /Volumes/Parallels\ Tools
    sudo open Install.app
     
  20. FabianR1

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    So, I'm just a little confused, is there a way to get Parallels 10.2.1 to recognize a prior existing Windows 7 Pro Boot Camp partition?
     

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