Very bizarre behavior from Parallels 3.0

Discussion in 'Installation and Configuration' started by Anhaedra, Jun 30, 2007.

  1. Anhaedra

    Anhaedra

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    I installed parallels 3.0, and when I run it, if I go to about parallels, it says I still have build number 3214. I deleted everything to do with parallels, the kext files, plist files, anything I could find and it still does this. How is that even possible? I deleted that version. Back to VMWare until this gets sorted out I guess...
     
  2. Sculler

    Sculler

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    I had a similar problem. The cause seemed to be using the existing shortcuts on my OS X desktop. I ended up deleting the shortcuts and then going into the Applications folder and starting Parallels directly from the Parallels.app file. You will find it in the Applications/Parallels/ folder.

    After this I stopped using the desktop shortcuts for the individual virtual machines. Instead I dragged the Parallels.app file to the Dock and just start from their. Once it is up it lists all of my virtual systems and I just pick the one I want.

    I hope this helps.
    Sculler
     
  3. Anhaedra

    Anhaedra

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    I tried launching parallels.app and it still did the same thing. It appears unrelated to shortcuts. :(
     

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