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.
Improper disk GUID.
NOTE: Parallels Desktop officially supports Boot Camp installations completed via Boot Camp Assistant only. Custom Boot Camp configurations using 3rd-party applications are not supported for virtual environment.
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).
Restart the Mac, on Apple logo loading screen press CMD + R to boot into Recovery.
In Recovery, on Mac menu bar locate Utilities menu > open Terminal application.
Type in the commands below one-by-one:
csrutil disable reboot
Boot macOS into Recovery again and enable SIP back running the following Terminal commands:
csrutil enable reboot