Parallels 13.2 High Sierra "There is no operating system installed in this virtual machine"

Discussion in 'Installation and Configuration' started by nikitaS2, Jan 15, 2018.

  1. nikitaS2

    nikitaS2 Bit Poster

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    Hello.
    I'm trying to create a Boot Camp VM.
    I have High Sierra 10.13.2. and Parallels 13.2 installed. System integrity protection is disabled.

    Can somebody help me with this issue.
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    Last edited: Jan 16, 2018
  2. kat

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  3. nikitaS2

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    Thank you for your answer, Kat.
    But I already have windows 10 installed via boot camp.
    When creating a WM, Parallels detect the right partitions (efi and boot camp itself) in configuration -> hardware -> Hard disk 1. The problem is that it doesn't load. I get error mentioned above.

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    Last edited: Jan 16, 2018
  4. kat

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  5. nikitaS2

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  6. kat

    kat Product Expert

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    hi mikita53,
    Please see if you can connect your boot camp from the vm configuration area.
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    with vm selected but not on>configure>Hardware>Hard Disk(left hand side)> select you boot camp partition from Source drop down list
     
  7. nikitaS2

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    Hi,

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    Last edited: Jan 19, 2018
  8. kat

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    Hi nikita52,
    Please uncheck EFI>Click on OK, then make sure you lock for no further changes. Let me know if this corrects the issue.
     
  9. KarstenH3

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    Hi,
    I've the same issue here - and the last suggestion doesn't work, too. The VM starts again with EFI - and looking into the config EFI is still "checked", seems this can not be unchecked. And setting vm.bios.efi=0 like described in http://kb.parallels.com/en/122735 lead to a "Trying to boot from SATA drive 1..."
    Any recommendation how to proceed?
    Regards
    Karsten
     
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  10. MichaelR31

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    I am sooooooo frustrated. I also get the No boot device available. At least I only bought the trial version. Guess this software is useless or at least too hard to get it running for a normal user.
     

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