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Hi all

Considering we get news quite late on the forum I thought I will post this here.

There is a new build available from the web site here : http://www.parallels...wnload/desktop/

It is an official build so no problems there

Have a nice day/night

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Kernel Panic on my hackintosh running 10.4.10 intel SSE3
fock!

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The same to me =C.

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Hello,

Can somebody from here PM a valid serial for 4560 ?

Even the evaluation key from parallels is not working (this key cannot be used ...). And it was a today-generated key.

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anyone tested on leopard?

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anyone tested on leopard?


In Tiger I got Kernel Panic :)
In Leopard it worked but Leopard was not so responsive anymore, had to uninstall it :(

On my Hackintosh then

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Networking seems to be an issue with this build. When I use bridged networking to map it to my second NIC it will only run for a few minutes before I get an error message about there being a duplicate IP on my network and then I have to disable and then re-enable the virtual NIC in Windows. If I use shared networking I have no problem at all.

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looks like vmware, we now need an hacked kext to run parallel desktop ;)

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I don't know why everyone is having these problems. Other then the networking issue this is working fine on my Hackintosh. See system specs for my desktop in my sig.

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i think it only works on core2duo

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Have no problem to run this and previous build too.
No C2D here. ;)

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New build crashes on my system as well. Have tried everything so far to no avail...

I've tried with 1 core, 2 cores...

My only thought is perhaps it's an issue with macfuse being installed perhaps?

Or maybe.. just maybe that I'm not using the 10.4.10 Geforce kexts...

wolf can you give me some info about your setup other than what is in the sig?

quick edit while I wait: I have removed macfuse and all related files... i have switched to the 10.4.10 geforce kexts in case of issue there... installing 4560 now to see if it makes any difference...

update: no go still. at a loss... might wait and see on the next release personally.. seems other people not on hacks are having issues as well.

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Try to use AppleSMBIOS.kext attached here. This is the latest modification from Netkas. Maybe its will fix your crash problems.

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Parallels says:

We managed to reproduce this kernel panic internally. It happens in case when Hypervisor is failed to activate VT-x on at least one core. It will be fixed in next Parallels update.

As a workaround I can suggest you to try to solve disabled VT-x problem - this automatically will solve your kernel panic. Old Mac Minis and Mac Pros had such problems with VT-x in their firmware.

I can suggest to things:

1. Please try to update firmware on your Mac.
2. If it still KPs then try to put your Mac to sleep and then wake up before start VM.

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The VT-x problem they are having would not apply to me as the OEM C2D I have does not support VT-x at all, so it is already disabled.

And my laptop goes to sleep as soon as I boot it to wake up the second core.

I will see if that smbios kext makes any difference though.



edit: smbios posted made no difference.

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It could also be that it doesn't support chips that don't support VT-x...

It works fine on my system. Specs in sig.

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All previous builds worked fine.

I don't think this is a VT-x thing personally from what I've tested... I'm gonna try a few things later this weekend, but honestly as actual Intel Macs have been having this issue too.. I'm seeing a quick bug fix coming from the Parallels team.

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Here works fine, this and the previous version.

One question... how can I move the VM folder from ./Documents to /Apps/Parallels ?

Thank you!


PD: asus p5ld2-vm,c2d,7600gt

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zztopzz: just move it and then double click the pvs file from the new location. I personally store my VM on a separate drive for better performance.

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rogabean: thanks!

I think i did it in the previous version but with the new one it gave me problems.





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