Parallels Desktop for Mac computers with Apple M2 chips

Discussion in 'Parallels Desktop on a Mac with Apple silicon' started by Mikhail Ushakov, Jun 8, 2022.

  1. AzinS

    AzinS Member

    if you need nested virtualization (which i need for WSL2), it won't be supported in M1 Max. It seems it is still the limitation in M2 as well.
  2. BasicGoodmorning

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    I hope they solve it with the new M3 chips
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  3. Jean-PascalM1


    Hello I have a Mac Studio M2 max and I installed Linux art in virtualization and I encounter a problem regardless of the version of Linux impossible to open Appimage files while under an Intel MacBook Pro without going through Parallels it opens without pb can you help me thank you in advance
  4. EvgeniT


    Hello everyone. I am on a Macbook Pro M2 and am on Parallels 19. It is really strange. When I start it - it immediately starts the CentOS Vm that I have installed but no matter what I do I can't open a Parallels Desktop Manager. I would like to open it and clone a couple of more VMs to create an environment. No matter what I do (there is no icon in the top right corner, or when I try from the Parallels left side to open something) it immediately opens the VM. Well I want to be able to clone it and give it a name or whatever.

    Looking for suggestions.
  5. Mikhail Ushakov

    Mikhail Ushakov Parallels Team

    Parallels Desktop is fully compatible with Mac computers with Apple M2 chips :) @EvgeniT , would you open a ticket at so we could investigate the issue in detail, please?
  6. ThangT1

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    I have Mac Studio M2 Ultra with 192GB RAM running MacOS 14.0 but when I installed Parallels Desktop 19. I only can create a MacOS VM with the command and I can create only 2 MacOS VMs. Is there any way to create more MacOS VMs with Parallels?
  7. TuD1

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    I am using a MAC Studio M2 Ultra and using Parallels 19 to create VMs. However, I am having an issue when trying to create the third VM. When I turn it on, it will turn off a previous VM. And only a maximum of two VMs can run. Does anyone have a solution for this situation?
  8. Avinash Bundhoo

    Avinash Bundhoo Staff Member

    Thank you for your feedback.
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    Also , to proceed with further investigation, kindly provide us with the below information:
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  9. globalt8

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  10. hnsnls

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    I have Parallels Pro installed on a MacMini Pro.
    With several backup programs (including EaseUS, Aomei) I get a blue screen with the message "Inaccessible boot device error". I don't know how to fix that and then I just restore an old Windows 11.pvm. I then lose work again. Is there a reliable backup program?
    In the Parallels environment on a Mac with an Intel chipset that I used for years, I have never encountered these problems.

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