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Hi all,
I'm running a brand spankin new installation of osx86 and am looking to get parallels 4.0.3522 running with my current windows installation. Here's my setup, all on an internal drive
0: utilities/fat32 (came with laptop..not touching)
1: winxp/ntfs
2: osx 10.5.6 (chameleon 2.0 rc1)
3: more utilities/ntfs (also not touching)

I go through the setup, select custom, select bootcamp. I select my drive (it's the only choice) and it presents me with a list of partitions:
IDE 0:0
IDE 0:1
IDE 1:0
IDE 1:1

No matter which I select, when I click 'Create' I always receive the message "Failed to Configure the Boot Camp partition's hard disk: A disk configuration error has occurred. Make sure that you have read/write permissions"

I have ntfs-3g working, and have read/write access. Even if I unmount the windows partition I still get the error. I tried the command mv "/Library/Parallels/Parallels Service.app/Contents/MacOS/BootcampConfigurator" "/Library/Parallels/Parallels Service.app/Contents/MacOS/BootcampConfigurator.old" which supposedly fixes it for some people, but not me. :wacko:

Ideas?

edit: errrr.... didn't see the forum under osx86. whoops. Someone move me?

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