Parallels on USB-C-SSD on MacBook with M1

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by MarkusM5, Aug 20, 2021.

  1. MarkusM5

    MarkusM5 Bit poster

    Hi at all,
    I have a MacBook Air with the new M1 CPU and an M2 SSD from Samsung with USB C connection.
    Is it possible to use Parallels on this USB-Device with a Windows 10 VM?
    Is it possible to use make this USB-Device into two partitions? one for Parallels and one used as normal USB Device
    Thanks for your help

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