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Unable to use BootCamp based virtual machine after upgrading to macOS 10.13

APPLIES TO:
  • Parallels Desktop for Mac Business Edition
  • Parallels Desktop for Mac Home Edition
  • Parallels Desktop for Mac Pro Edition

Symptoms

Cannot create a new BootCamp based virtual machine or launch the existing one after macOS 10.13 upgrade.

  • Upon creating the new machine, BootCamp partition is not identified by Parallels Desktop.

  • Upon starting the existing machine, it boots with an error 0x80021014 and doesn't go further.

Cause

Improper disk GUID.

Resolution

This issue is fixed in scope of the latest patch (13.1.0-43108) in Parallels Desktop 13

For older Parallels Desktop versions, use the workaround below:

Disable System Integrity Protection (SIP).

  1. Restart the Mac, on Apple logo loading screen press CMD + R to boot into Recovery.

  2. In Recovery, on Mac menu bar locate Utilities menu > open Terminal application.

  3. Type in the commands below one-by-one:

    csrutil disable
    
    reboot
    
  4. Back in a normal mode remove the existing machine or create the new one, depending on the customer's scenario.

  5. Boot macOS into Recovery again and enable SIP back running the following Terminal commands:

    csrutil enable
    
    reboot
    



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