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Parallel Desktop on Mac OS X

My Processor: 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo. What's is the next step?
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  • gundumminn Nov 17, 2008

    When I open up Parallel Desktop and press open A message pops up that say's:




    The virtual Hard Disk 1 image


    file/users/jeremybrunelle/Documents/Parallels/My Boot Camp/disk0.hdd


    could not be found.


    I hope that helps.


    Jeremy Brunelle

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    monk3ybidzness May 11, 2010

    Mac OS X version 10.x.x
    Parallels version

    Any error messages ?

    Short story of what happened.


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Ahh - Parallels is working but can't locate the disk image for XP (assuming) that was created by Apple's BootCamp.

Locate the image "disk0.hdd". Once found, copy it to your "Documents/Parallels/My Boot Camp/ " folder (you're logged in on the Mac as jeremybrunelle right ?)

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