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Old 11-11-2008, 12:16 PM
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Problem launching Parallels

Hello,

I installed a larger HD in my MacBook Pro and moved the saved image from my external HD onto the new HD. Everything works fine - the MB boots from the internal HD and all my app except Parallels run.

Parallels doesn't want to launch. I've tried uninstalling it and reinstalling, repairing permissions, etc but no luck. My guest OS's is WinXP Pro and Vista. Parallels ran fine and started up the guest OS's before swapping out the HD's.

Do I have a permissions problem here or is it a licensing issue with Windows?

Thanks,

Mike
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It might be a bug in Parallels, Mike: I'd contact Parallels support to see if they have any ideas.
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