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I'm getting a problem with Prallels on my mac ERROR:

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Hello, I'm getting a problem with Prallels on my mac ERROR: The specified bundle is invalid
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Customer: The bundle does not contain a valid Parallels virtual machine.
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  Eric Ewing replied 1 year ago.
Hi! My name is ***** ***** I am an independent computer expert who's been paired with you through It is my pleasure to assist you today.There are a few things which can cause the error you're seeing in Parallels. In order to determine the best way to fix this for you, can you tell me: are you receiving this error when trying to create/run a new virtual machine, or one that was migrated from another "real" computer?
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
I had set up parallels, then set up Windows 7, then just copied and pasted files into it. It was working fine before.
Expert:  Eric Ewing replied 1 year ago.
Sincere apologies that it has taken me so long to get back to you! Your last reply came in while I was traveling.Here's something we can try:Choose "New" from the Parallels Desktop menubar, then choose "New installation from DVD or image file". In the"Install from:" field please choose "Continue without disk" and click "Continue"Proceed with creating a new Virtual machine to the stage of choosing Name and Location.Check the "Customize settings before installation" check-box and click "Continue".When Configuration window opens click on "Hard Disk 1" and from the "Source" list choose "Choose an image file".In the "Open" window, navigate to the .pvm bundle for your Windows 7 virtual machine, open it, click on .hdd file, open it and locate another .hdd file. Click on it and click "Open"Close Configuration window and click "Continue" to start this Virtual machine. The new Virtual machine should start normally.Please give it a try when you can, and let me know what happens!
Expert:  Eric Ewing replied 1 year ago.
Hi: it's been a little while since we last chatted, so I just wanted to check back in and see if you'd had success getting back into your Parallels VM?

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