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  1. I followed the easy way to upgrade yosemite, created the boot drive no problem, and upgraded my Mavericks os to Yosemite no problem. However, now in clover there is no option to boot my hard drive. There is only the boot flash drive there. Anyone know maybe why yosemite isn't showing up as a boot option? Thanks
  2. Thanks for the reply. I finally got it to work. For me the issue was that Mavericks couldn't see my hardware RAID 0 drives. So I just split them up and put one OS on each. Coherence mode is absolutely amazing. My only issue now is when I drag Windows 8 windows around the redraw effect is there. It's kinda like when you're dragging app windows around on a very slow computer. I have however, dedicated more than enough resources to the virtual machine. This slow effect doesn't happen with any of my windows in Mavericks. Does anyone else have the same issue with Parallels? And have any idea how to fix it?
  3. Hi, I'm trying to make it so Mavericks can see my two raid SSD drives that hold my Windows 8 installation. However, they don't show up in disk utility. I have another NTFS drive (non bootable and not RAID) that is detected just fine. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  4. So I did some more research and it seems that in order to do both dual booting and virtualization, parallels needs a boot camp partition that it can use. However, boot camp (from what I've learned) does not work on a hackintosh (firmware issues, etc.). So is there any way to force parallels to recognize my current windows installation so that I can use it within Mavericks and/or boot Windows by itself (for gaming, taking advantage of native hardware/drivers, etc.)? I feel like this would be a HUGE thing for those of us that dual boot our hackintosh setups. I also feel like this should be a highly known or requested feature. Let me know what you guys think!
  5. I'm trying to run my currently existing Windows 8.1 SSDs with my Mavericks harddrive using Parallels. Currently Parallels doesn't see my Windows partition so I don't know where to start. I searched on the topic but I've been getting posts from 2007. I also want to be able to keep my dual boot option handy. But being able to run both side by side would be great. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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