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Sat Jun 22, 2013 6:03 pm

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I manually switched off/on my mac after restart my windows parallels is giving error "No boot device is avaialble". I reinistalled new windows 7 but is there any way to recover old data as I have old .pvm or .hdd file. I tried open it with parallels mounter but it says "Parallel mounter is unable to open the virtual disk" ANY IDEAS.

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