Windows Installation - Connecting to Network/Internet Problem

Discussion in 'Installation and Configuration' started by ABW, Dec 10, 2022.

  1. ABW

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    I can't finish my windows installation.
    When I open Parallels and Windows, the Windows window opens saying, I need to be connected to a network to proceed.
    I have attached a two screenshots, they're in German.

    Anyone, there, who can help?
    Thanks!
     

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  2. Marianzo

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    Hi, I have the same problem as you, how did you solve it?
     
  3. Adeboye Adeotan

    Adeboye Adeotan Staff Member

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    Hello ABW,

    please follow the steps outlined below:
    1. Open Parallels Desktop Configuration: click the Parallels icon || > Preferences.
    2. Select Shortcuts > Keyboard Menu
    3. In the newly opened "Parallels Desktop Preferences" window, click on the plus sign
    4. Select the Shift button on your screen and choose "F10" in the dropdown option
    5. Click on OK and close the "Parallels Desktop Preferences" window.
    6. On the newly created Windows 11 virtual machine, click on the keyboard icon at the top menu of your virtual machine window.
    7. Click the newly added Shift+10 shortcut to open the windows command prompt window.
    8. When the command prompt window opens, type "taskmgr" and press the Enter key.
    9. In the newly opened task manager window, search for "Network Connection Flow" and click on End task to move to the next step of installation.
     
  4. Adeboye Adeotan

    Adeboye Adeotan Staff Member

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    HelloMarianzo,

    Please follow the steps outlined below:
    1. Open Parallels Desktop Configuration: click the Parallels icon || > Preferences.
    2. Select Shortcuts > Keyboard Menu
    3. In the newly opened "Parallels Desktop Preferences" window, click on the plus sign
    4. Select the Shift button on your screen and choose "F10" in the dropdown option
    5. Click on OK and close the "Parallels Desktop Preferences" window.
    6. On the newly created Windows 11 virtual machine, click on the keyboard icon at the top menu of your virtual machine window.
    7. Click the newly added Shift+10 shortcut to open the windows command prompt window.
    8. When the command prompt window opens, type "taskmgr" and press the Enter key.
    9. In the newly opened task manager window, search for "Network Connection Flow" and click on End task to move to the next step of installation.
     

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