RC 1922 & Mac OS X 10.4.8

Discussion in 'Parallels Desktop for Mac' started by tecwerks, Sep 29, 2006.

  1. tecwerks

    tecwerks

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    Good job guys. Just upgraded to RC 1922 and the annoying sound problem is fixed then upgraded to OS X 10.4.8 and am having no problems. Have a 2 X 3 Ghz Dual-Core Intel Xeon with 4GB RAM. I am very happy today!
     
  2. BenInBlack

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    Yes, the planet are aligning ;-)

    The sound fix is nice, no more neighbors getting blown out of their chairs and dealing with police on distubance calls. LOL

    one thing i notice is i can finally click on my wheel and have dash board show up while focus is in XP

    Good Job Parallels team
     
  3. Fireguy

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    Sucess with RC 1922 & OS X10.4.8

    I am writing this with the latest RC with 10.4.8 running. Both are happy and the re-install of each, including parallels tools was no problem!
    :)

    MacPro
    2 GB memory
    Mac OS Build 8L2127

    Running Windows XP Pro, SP2
    MS Office 2003
     
  4. Snowing

    Snowing

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    VT-x disabled again

    After only having this sort out yesterday with the instalation of 1922, Mac OS X 10.4.8 came along and stuffed it up again. :( :confused: :mad:
     
  5. Fireguy

    Fireguy

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    VT-x & Latest Build with 10.4.8

    On my set-up after the upgrades, VT-x is running fine! I even launched Parallels while the Aperture 1.5 upgrade had ALL 4 cores runnning at 60% - plus other applications, including a TV application via firewire on the Mac OS side :)
     
  6. SiskoKid

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    Big big Kudos, everyone! The software works GREAT! I am using 1922 and 10.4.8 as well, and I couldn't be happier.
     
  7. DaveB

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    Ditto the above successful comments. All is working well. My congrats to the team also! And thanks, as a registered user!
     
  8. pastrychef

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    1922 and 10.4.8 seem to be getting along fine here. :D
     
  9. rotax

    rotax

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    Shared Folders in Vista???

    All is working here as well too.... but installing the tools only gets me time sync and networking. Anyone get shared folders to work or have a workaround ?
     
  10. don montalvo

    don montalvo

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    tested...

    ...parallels 1922 and sox 10.4.8 work fine together. shared folders work fine too.

    don
     
  11. lmhaffner

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    Does "nvram boot-args" return anything for you in the terminal? I installed one of the past versions that automatically changed that to limit the RAM, but it didn't ever get removed when newer versions didn't require it. If something returns when you use this command, try 'sudo nvram boot-args="" ' to clear that parameter and reboot. I haven't had a problem with VT-x since I cleared mine.
     
  12. michil

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    Still problems with USB devices

    Hello,

    1922 works fine for me with one exception. My USB device (ETS data recorder) still not work. I still get a message, that the device is in use by an other application.

    Kind regards

    Michael
     
  13. Snowing

    Snowing

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    It's empty and no it didn't return anything. In actual fact it's never been set. Although I did clear it again anyway and it hasn't helped.
     
  14. cgn

    cgn

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    Works great

    1922 on MacPro 3.0Ghz 5GB RAM. WinXP working fine. Starts up in about 14 seconds.
     
  15. dayjimenez

    dayjimenez

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    Rc 1922


    where can I download 1922?????
     
  16. kosh

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  17. robinchee

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    I had the same problem. Critical part is to install the tools in Win XP compatibility mode. Quote from the forum sticky .. http://forums.parallels.com/thread4451.html

    install Parallels Tools & Drivers
    After Vista has installed and finished booting,

    * From the Mac "VM" menu, choose "Install Parallels Tools". Do NOT click "Install/Run PrlTools".
    * Instead, click "Open folder to view files"
    * Right click "PrlTools", choose "Properties, and click the "Compatability" tab.
    * Select "Run this program in compatability mode for Windows XP (Service Pack 2)"
    * Click OK, then double-click PrlTools to run it.
    * Choose all the default installation options, and click "Install this driver" to any messages asking for permission.
    * Restart Vista when it asks.
     
  18. dayjimenez

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    thanks for the help!
     

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