Setting up Boot Camp HD in Parallels 4 question

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  1. bsheridan macrumors 6502

    bsheridan

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    Can anyone guide me with the step shown below for setting up an existing boot camp partition in parallels 4 (build 4.0.3810) for Windows 7?
    I'm unsure as to what the 'positions' mean so don't want to click one naively.

    Installation process so far:
    1. New Virtual Machine...
    2. Skip Detection
    3. Version: Windows 7 (experimental)
    4. Virtual Machine Type: Custom
    5. 1CPU, 1024mb RAM
    6. Hard Disk Options: Boot Camp partition
    then I see the screen below.

    I'm doing this on an internal HD which has a Mac 10.5.6 partition and a Windows 7 partition created through Boot Camp.

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  2. ayeying macrumors 601

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  3. bsheridan thread starter macrumors 6502

    bsheridan

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    Thanks for the reply. Could you briefly explain what each position means?
    I don't feel comfortable yet to select one without knowing the consequences.Don't want to potentially mess up my files, I'll make new backups with SuperDuper and Winclone.

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  4. Agurri macrumors 6502

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    Well, since you are on a Macbook... your Bootcamp partition is located on the same HDD as your startup disk. That's why it's located on 0:0. I think you would need to use another position if you were using a Mac Pro, with your Windows installed, you guessed, on another HDD.
     

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