Virtual Disk Size

Discussion in 'Installation and Configuration' started by CStephen84, Jul 25, 2007.

  1. CStephen84

    CStephen84

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    I have a MacBook Pro with 111.47 GB capacity, 58 GB available. Parallells came preinstalled with 8000 mb size virtual hard drive. The only software I run on Windows XP is Amicus Attorney, although I suspect it is pretty hefty. I do not have enough space on this drive. I am going to have my tech guy come in and increase the disk size and reinstall Amicus Attorney. Any suggestions as to what size the new disk configuration should be?

    Thanks,

    Steve
     
  2. w7ox

    w7ox

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    Hard to know without knowing the software.

    I'd go to 16 GB, unless you are running out of space on the Mac HDD.

    My WinXP hdd is 30 GB (out of 120 GB total), but I work with very large video files in WinXP (12-15 GB at a time). I still have 32 GB free on the Mac HDD

    Phil
     

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