Removing Parallels Tools from Windows

Discussion in 'Windows Guest OS Discussion' started by cyberhomie, Jun 26, 2007.

  1. M A V I C

    M A V I C

    Yeah, unfortunately I can't boot from parallels because the demo expired.

    Edit: So with invisible files visible, I did a search in Windows and deleted everything I found that had "parallels" in it. I also did a search in RegSeeker for "parallels" and found over 550 entires. I just deleted them... gonna reboot and see how it goes.

    Edit 2: Well, it didn't get it all. Missed a lot, unfortunately. Some stuff still is listed with "Prl" but other things on my system have that too, so no batch removing. At least windows is MUCH snappier now.
    Last edited: Dec 8, 2007
  2. brkirch

    brkirch Kilo Poster

    For my last post, I was actually assuming that. You can start Parallels and get to the configuration editor even without a working key.

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