Me too, but i fixed it...
I'm running Windows XP SP2, Parallels Build 4128 and am getting the same error. This is *really* annoying. I didn't have a problem prior to upgrading to Build 4128.
I ran msconfig.exe and disabled iTunesHelper and QTTask under the Startup tab, leaving only ParallelsToolCenter, sharedintapp, ClamTray (Clam Antivirus), and some unnamed app enabled. Rebooted, left the Selective Startup in place and can now suspend again without problem.
This is wonderful!
Edit: http://www.pacs-portal.co.uk/startup_index.htm has great info on disabling startup items set in the Windows registry. I found iTunesHelper and QTTask folders, deleted them from the registry, and now use the Normal startup mode in msconfig.
Last edited: Jul 15, 2007