Video Game wont play after parallels is deleted.

Discussion in 'Installation and Configuration' started by Mathew2, Aug 16, 2018.

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  1. Mathew2

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    Hi!,for some reason after I deleted parallels for Mac there is a warning that pops up when I try to play a game.(The game is called "Roblox").I don't know what to do,I properly deleted Parallels and everything.What should I do?
     

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  2. Mathew2

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    Plus "Roblox" doesn't need parallels to operate.
     
  3. Hemnath@Parallels

    Hemnath@Parallels Parallels Support

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    Hello Mathew2. Just to confirm, were you using Roblox under Parallels Desktop before?
    It depends on whether it's a Mac version or Windows version Roblox.
     
  4. Mathew2

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    Yes,I did use Roblox under Parallels Desktop before.
     
  5. Sathiya@Parallels

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    Are you trying to open the game from a web browser or the game is installed as an application on the Mac?
     
  6. Mathew2

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    Well when you press the Play button on a browser it loads up the application.But that message prevents the application from opening.
     
  7. Arun@Parallels

    Arun@Parallels Parallels Support

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    Hi @Mathew2 , please is you have any folder names as "Windows Applications" . If yes, please try to delete it and let us know if that works.
     
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  8. Mathew2

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    Yes that worked.Thank you very much!
     
  9. AJ@Parallels

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    You are welcome, Please feel free to reach us any time for any queries regarding Parallels.
     
  10. Joshua3

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    Hey i have the same problem and I've already deleted the windows applications folder but it still doesn't work?
     
  11. kavyaM@Parallels

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    We understand that you are getting the same error. Please let us know whether you are using Mac version or Windows version application. Also please describe the issue to understand better.
     
  12. Nate1

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    Hey, I am having the same issue and I will alabrate on this.
    1. I am on macOS high sierra
    2. Previously I have attempted to run Roblox on my virtual machine but failed as it was too laggy.
    3. one day I attempted to log onto Roblox using my mac like normal when suddenly it started redirecting me to my windows 10 virtual machine to play.
    4. I kept trying to get it to use my macOS original copy of Roblox but it would not stop so I just deleted parallels desktop at once.
    5. It then was saying parallels desktop could not load this app. (example provided in the first comment on this forum)
    6. I then read threw all of the comments and deleted the windows applications folder and it still did not work
    7. I then started to go threw finder to try and delete everything that has to do with parallels desktop
    8. and it still does not work and now I am writing a comment to try and get some help
    9. my only idea of fixing this now is to erase my hole computer...
    Please help.
     
  13. Maria@Parallels

    Maria@Parallels Parallels Team

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    Did you use any cleaner app for removing all Parallels component?
     
  14. AlbertR1

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    Hello! i have to same problem , but it says : "The file can't be found."
     
  15. Maria@Parallels

    Maria@Parallels Parallels Team

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    Hello, could you please provide us with a bit more details about the issue?
    Screenshots and step-by-step instructions in order to reproduce the issue on our side.
     
  16. Animeshik

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    thanks! it's really helpful to play on the mac again! you are are a magician!
     

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