Please, I hope somebody can help me! I am pulling my hair out with Transporter. I need to move over my Windows XP boot disc on my PC over to a Parallels virtual machine to work on my new Mac Pro. I installed the Transporter Agent (1080) on my PC and my Mac is running the latest Parallels Desktop (3188) with the built in Transporter (1080). I tried the express method of migrating the disc. After selecting the machine to migrate from, but before the screen with the list of drives, it threw up a message saying "You have not selected the active volume. You will be able to use the resulting image as data disk only". I clicked OK, thinking "that was odd, it didn't give me an opportunity to select the disc yet". I selected the C drive on the next screen. And it started. It took about 5 hours to complete on a 40GB disc. I thought it was very slow, but I didn't think too much of it. However, the speed was not the big issue. I realised it had created a .hdd file in my Mac's /~user/Documents/Parallels/Migrated Disks folder. But that was it. It hadn't made hardware changes to allow me to run it in Parallels Desktop for Mac. I didn't have the elusive additional Virtual Machine file. And I couldn't make changes to it using the Image Tool or in Desktop for Mac itself - it said "Applying hardware changes to the operating system Microsoft Windows XP is not supported". So I thought about doing it again. This time using Advanced mode. It gave me the list of drives with no error messages, but once I clicked Next it threw up the following message: "Applying hardware changes to the operating system Microsoft Windows XP is not supported. You can migrate the selected volume(s) as data volume(s). Do you really want to continue?" To which the answer of course is "no". I have also tried installing the full Transporter program on the PC itself in order to create the virtual disc file there. But the same error comes up at the same point. Causing me to think there must be something wrong with my install of XP. Does anyone have any ideas? It is not an OEM version. It is Microsoft Windows XP Version 5.1 (Build 2600: Service Pack 2). Any ideas or help will be very gratefully received!