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Fri Oct 22, 2010 10:03 am

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I have Macbook pro (4GB) and win7 is running with parallel 6. It was perfectly working with parallel 5 since I have upgrade it. It was freezing and than the computer crashed. After long chat and emails with the technical support team, I had to reinstall the parallel 6. It is working but since then, my mac is working very slow and sometimes freezing for a few seconds. When I turn win7 off, the computer is running normal again. Is there a way to fix it? I wish I could go back to the parallel 5. It used to work perfectly. Thanks. Alon



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Sat Dec 11, 2010 7:18 pm

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Slow Mac OS X performance is sometimes a symptom of having too much RAM assigned to the virtual machine in the settings. Try using the default (recommended) amount of RAM. Also try using 2 CPUs for the virtual machine in the settings instead of 1.

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