I've just installed Parallels in my Mac and then Windows 7. I need to install an application that requires NET Framework. When I try to download NET Framework from the MS site, I get the following message: "C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\5SOFW5UA\dotNetFx40_Full_setup.exe is not a valid Win32 application". Do you know how to solve this issue? Thank you, Eduardo

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I bought this cheap computer game the other day, called I of the dragon. I was STOKED. It's an adorable RPG where you can play as a dragon and build a town to protect. nerdy, i know... I didn't read the spex, unfortunately, and popped it into my PC to find that I need windows 2000 or xp to run it. I'm using Vista. I'm thinking of running parallels with my vista AND windows 2000. Sounds dumb, but i REALLY want to play this game. Does anyone have any other suggestions? How can I get this game running?

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]17164[/ATTACH][URL="http://www.intel.com/idf/"]Intel Developer Forum 2010[/URL] starts today in San Francisco. The city is decorated from the airport to downtown with banners and ads by Intel with clever catch phrases like “Sponsors of Tomorrow,” “Shake hand with the future” and “Big thinkers, welcome home.” Today is the first of a three day event designed to introduce some new products, technologies and innovation from Intel Corporation and some of its industry partners. The aim is also to gather around “big thinkers” programmers, developers, engineers and designers and encourage them to innovate [with Intel ingredients of course]. On the agenda are some keynotes from …

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I'm trying to find some VM software that can access more than 256mb of the video card. Parallels tops out at 256mb. It won't let you access more than that. The machine I intend to run this on will be an 8core mac pro workstation desktop with 8gigs of RAM or more and a terabyte HD. This will be for doing 3d rendering, not to create images, but to create models that I can send to a 3d printer or CNC mill. The problem is I already own the 3d rendering software and it is for Windows, and I am …

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VMWare has finally jumped on the Intel Mac virtualization bandwagon by releasing [URL="http://www.vmware.com/whatsnew/macsignupform.html"]VMWare Fusion[/URL], a program that competes with Parallels' previously released [URL="http://www.parallels.com/en/products/desktop/"]Parallels Workstation for Mac[/URL]. VMWare has previously had virtulization products available for Linux and Windows, but this is the first time that they've released the workstation product for Mac. They're currently offering a free beta download so that you may test out the software. Features promised on the VMWare site are 64 bit support, increased ability to run hardware-intensive processes, and USB 2.0 support with even products that aren't Mac-compatible. [B]How it worked[/B] This launch didn't seem that …

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