Boot Camp still greyed out
I run Parallels on a 2.66GHz Mac Pro with two internal hard drives. The first one, a GPT formatted disk, came with the machine, and it only has Mac OS X (10.4.8). The second hard drive came from a PC, and it has a MBR partition table. Internelly, that second drive has two partitions. The first one is NTFS for Windows XP 2nd edition (32-bit); the second one is a 32Gb FAT32 partition.
This is the output of a "mount" command:
/dev/disk1s2 on / (local, journaled)
devfs on /dev (local)
fdesc on /dev (union)
<volfs> on /.vol
/dev/disk0s1 on /Volumes/Windows (local, read-only)
/dev/disk0s2 on /Volumes/FAT32 (local)
automount -nsl  on /Network (automounted)
automount -fstab  on /automount/Servers (automounted)
automount -static  on /automount/static (automounted)
/dev/disk2s6 on /Volumes/LaCie Disk (local, nodev, nosuid)
Please, notice that even though I did install Boot Camp on my system, I did that solely to create the Macintosh Drivers for Windows XP (Boot Camp 1.1.2). I didn't have to create a Boot Camp partition as such, since my second hard drive came from a PC. I simply reinstalled Windows XP on top of a pre-existing Windows NTFS partition.
Will this ever work under Parallels?
Thanks otherwise for a very impressive program. As far as I can see, the only three things missing for a 100% perfect program are:
1. Dragging and dropping files and folders from any Finder window (including the Mac Desktop) to ANY Windows Explorer window (not just the Windows Desktop).
2. 3D acceleration
3. 64-bit support
Last edited: Dec 29, 2006