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Running OSX86 on Parallels running on WinXP


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zzztimbo

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i've read a similar thread with no useful information.
can anyone tell me how to get OSX86 to work on winxp using parallels?

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Never been done. You would be the first to figure out all the patches necessary to get Parallels to run OSX.

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I tried it. Didn't work, it just began and paralells cried as soon as the installer started loading.

Myabe if it was possible to create the paralells disk image (using something else) then run it in paralells (like if you wanted to run the deadmoo image in VMware, you would just open it in VMware and it works)

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You are crazy :construction: anyway it would be a nice try ^_^

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Hmmm. Let me snag the demo for OS X and see if I can give it a whirl...

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Are you serious man? A two year old post :P

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Are you serious man? A two year old post :P


by the way i tried with osx 10.6.2 and windows 7 on parallels 5
it worked perfectly only the problem is that osx won't shutdown or restart properly because of the video driver from parallels and the network driver of parallels.
so your choice...





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