Hi guys, First I wanna say I'm glad Parallels offers such a nice service with this forum. I'm sure my problem will soon vanish away. So, basically the thing is Paralells doesn't see my Bootcamp partition. When I go File>Import Bootcamp , it's just grey, can't click on it. Bootcamp is just invisible for the app, while I can see it in the Finder. The weird thing is that Bootcamp works just fine (Win 7 64bits) and a few months later I tried the Parallels demo and everything worked flawlessly. I could easily import my Bootcamp partition to use it in Parallels. ChromeOS works good, so does the lastest version of Ubuntu. I do always use updates: Mac OS X 10.6.7 (10J869) Parallels Build 6.0.11994 (Revision 637263; Thu, 17 Feb 2011) And my machine is the MacBookPro7,1 (13", C2D 2,4Ghz, 4Gb). Don't think it'll help, but now you know. I'm a huge fan of Dr.House, I think should mention this, just in case: the only thing that has changed since the good old times with the functional Parallels demo is that now I use a Time Capsule via Wi-fi. I've just figured it out. But I can't test without the Time Capsule/Time Machine, as I'm performing a pretty huge Wi-fi backup, don't want to start it all over, I've already postponed it twice. The whole Bootcamp partition is off my backups. I know it sounds silly to mention a TV show here, but, hey, life has to be fun, right ?