I have a freshly installed Windows 10 from the latest MS ISO, Windows 20H2. It was installed on my internal drive that had been freshly zeroed out and then Catalina installed on it, followed immediately by running Bootcamp assistant. I have not even installed Bootcamp within the Windows 10. --- all of which is to say, there is absolutely no possible left-over cruft on the drive interfering. The system works when I boot directly into the partition. When I am booted to Catalina, and I tell Parallels 16 or Parallels 15 to attach to the partition, when the system starts, I get a message that the PC needs to be repaired, 0x0000000f and that a device is missing. I suspect that the situation is related to using a newish Windows release, possibly even the same root cause as https://forum.parallels.com/threads...-to-be-repaired-error-code-0xc000000f.347815/ In the meantime, a VM of Windows 20H2 that I installed directly (not through bootcamp) is working fine.