imacken, on Oct 2 2009, 07:55 AM, said:
Can't really help with that one. Are you trying to load an existing VM from a previous version or from Parallels or is this one you are trying to create?
I fooled around with all sorts of settings yesterday. Changed BIOS version, changed date on the BIOS.
Used different mac models, from iMacs and MacPros and no luck.
I tried different smbios as well and still got not luck. I installed leopard again on another external hard drive and although the processor is unknown it still installs vmware/parallels without a hick.
I am completely lost on this one.
I created a brand new virtual machine. I also tried to update my permissions on my VM and that wasn't the case. Couldn't find a response for this error on google.
Any other suggestions? I am going
el_charlie, on Oct 2 2009, 01:19 PM, said:
Hey, works great for me on EFI partition!!!
I actually installed Parallels 5 beta and works like a charm with a Windows 7 virtual machine, including AERO effects!
For the guy that has problem with VM/Parallels: Make sure virtualization is enabled on BIOS (Intel VT). Otherwise it won't work.
Yeah. It is on. My settings are the same ones I used for Leopard.
I am downloading VMware fusion 3 Beta 2 as we speak. Will give it a try.