Update: Parallels Desktop 4 for Windows & Linux Build 6630 is available!

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by tacit_one, Oct 13, 2009.

  1. tacit_one

    tacit_one Kilo Poster

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    Dear Users,

    Parallels Desktop for Windows & Linux build 6630 includes changes that improve performance and enhance compatibility. This update is highly recommended for all users of Parallels Desktop for Windows & Linux.

    Updates for Parallels Desktop for Windows & Linux are available via:

    - Parallels Desktop in-product updater
    - Parallels Desktop download page - http://www.parallels.com/download/desktop/pd4wl

    What is included in this update:

    - Improves German, French, and Japanese keyboards handling on both Windows and Linux host computers.
    - The Print Screen, Pause, and Break buttons now work correctly on Windows host computers.
    - Resolves the issue with artifacts on the desktop of a Windows host computer while working in Coherence with some video drivers.
    - Resuming a virtual machine or reverting to a virtual machine snapshot on Intel Nehalem platforms now does not cause panic (PANIC@56.14).
    - Resuming a virtual machine or reverting to a virtual machine snapshot on certain AMD platforms now does not cause panic (PANIC@25.41).
    - Improves compatibility with host computers running Ubuntu 9.04 with Compiz enabled.
    - Resolves issues with accidental GUI crashes on some Linux host computers when performing copy and paste operations.
    - Improves compatibility with Ubuntu virtual machines imported from Mac host computers: Parallels Tools update is now smoother.
    - Resolves crashing of the Parallels Dispatcher service on shutting down or rebooting the host computer.
    - Parallels virtual network adapters are now visible in Windows 7 virtual machines after resuming the host computer from hibernation.
    - Parallels Tools can now be installed in Linux without need to edit the X server configuration file.
    - Resolves issues with accidental memory leaks that occur while working in the Full screen and Coherence view modes.
    - Resolves issues with grabbing the mouse input in some language versions of Windows (German, French) with a high workload.
    - 32-bit virtual machines with SLES 10 SP2 x32 installed do not stall on startup.

    These and a number of other issues were resolved in Parallels Desktop 4 for Windows & Linux Update.

    More information:

    http://kb.parallels.com/6770

    Regards,
    Max
     
    Last edited: Oct 13, 2009

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