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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 the file attached. If you get an access ...


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No. Visual Studio Code is a glorified text editor I am not certain, but usually enterprise is for volume licensing, although there may be other features given in enterprise not present in professional. I think this is personal preference, pros are you don't need to burn a DVD or mount an ISO, and rather than one large file download it is lots of little ...



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