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In addition to using SuperDuper or Carbon Copy Cloner to create a bootable image to an external or internal disk, you could also Disk Utility in OS X to either create an image or clone the mounted virtual hard drive to a disk. If creating an image with Disk Utility you'd need to use the Scan Image for Restore... command from the Image menu in Disk Utility ...
Use SuperDuper or Carbon Copy Cloner to create a bootable image to an external or internal disk. SuperDuper can also be used for free.
I have a 2006 Mac Pro 16 gig of ram 2 5355 quad core Intel processors 10.5 terabytes of storage and running yosamite using refit running Snow Leopard,lion,Mavericks,Windows XP, windows 7 ,Windows Vista ,and windows xp media media machine runs like new without SSD all these upgrades for very cheap and well worth it i use this machine to run Pro Tools 11 it ...
I presume you mean Hard Disk space, rather than memory. To do that, you need to be in the Hardware tab, rather than General. The 'Reclaimable' you see in General is just for reclaiming space that's been freed up by deleting things from the virtual disk, not for enlarging it. The simplest method to use is to set the drive as Expanding - then it will ...
Actually, after my comment above I played around a bit and got to the same screen as the original post. However: you should choose edit partitions. Chances are there will be 2 partitions of which the second was not selected (which was my actual windows drive). Selecting the second partition instead of the first actually resolved it for me.
Somehow Windows 10 set my language input to "English - United Kingdom" instead of "English - United States". By removing everything besides "English - United States" under "Languages" in Control Panel it fixed the issue.
After digging around the Parallels forums, I found an article with the solution. You'll have to download the volume.inf file that they include and replace the one in c:\windows\Inf\volume.inf boot into Boot Camp natively Make backup copy of "Windows/inf/volume.inf" file. Replace "Windows/inf/volume.inf" with this .inf file: ...
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