I can create a Ventura 13.0.1 VM using default Parallels settings, and it boots fine. However if I check "customize settings before installation" and ONLY change the disk size from 256 to 2TB, it fails. The installation gets all the way the end with "About x minutes remaining..." and hangs with close to 100% CPU utilization. I can wait for many hours with no success. This same problem occurs if I attempt to upgrade an existing VM to Ventura 13.0.1 that has a larger than default virtual disk. This has caused me many hours of grief and VMs that I cannot use anymore. The installation procedure I am using it: 1) click plus button from Control Center 2) click "install windows or anther OS from a DVD or image file" 3) continue button 4) Choose manually 5) select a file (blue text) 6) selece "macOS image file.iso" that Parallels created from Ventura 18.0.3 installer 7) continue button ---here is where if I check "customize settings before installation" it fails as explained; but if I do not it succeeds.--- 8) create button 9) Follow the normal Apple installation instructions including clicking the destination disk icon Can anyone else reproduce this bug? I am running a 2018 Mac mini with 6-core i7 BTO, 64GB RAM, and macOS 10.14.6.