I installed Parallels Desktop 3.0 on Leopard OS successfully, but the only handy copy of XP was an upgrade. I have since done some research and know using it was a mistake. I uninstalled Parallels, reinstalled it and thought Iâ€™d be starting fresh to install a full copy of XP. Instead, Parallels remembers the partial install of the upgrade and the shows a window that has the Windows logo at the top next to: Microsoft Windows XP windows XP Stopped configuration (with the configuration options underneath) When I start the virtual machine, the window flips over and shows a DOS type screen which reads: ParallelsÂ® VGA-Compatible BIOS Version 2.01 Parallels Â® 3.0 build 5582 (c) 2005-2007 Parallels Software International Inc. All rights Reserved 640 KB Base Memory 524288 KB Extended Memory Boot From Hard Driveâ€¦ _ During the original instillation this is the point that the XP upgrade wanted proof of an earlier version of Windows. Does anyone know how to proceed from here or how to fully uninstall Parallels so it doesnâ€™t remember the first XP upgrade installation attempt?