i took my virtual PC installation from my G5 and found a particular file (the actual windows part) and copied it and placed it wherever i wanted on my Macbook. so you could place it on your participation, i'd guess. in the new Parallels, you can mix it all together so i am sure you can just put things on the participation for windows and be all set.<br><br>
Loc: Sydney, Down Under
I essentially had my Windows XP installation in an 8GB file which acted as a VM Hard Disk Image recognised by Parallels. Alternatively you could use an actual partition which you may have set-up with BootCamp as the installation you wish to use. Once you have Parallels/Windows running you can drag and drop from within the window to your desktop or other location (and vice-versa).<br><br>
Loc: United States
Yeah, I snagged it already from the site - got an old copy of Windows around here somewhere...<br><br>I'm going to wipe my MBP when Leopard comes out anyway, so now would be a good time to play & mess around with stuff I can always delete later anyway...<br><br><br>
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