Cashflow Manager 7 running on a Mac OsX 10.7 using parallel 7

Posted on 2011-11-01
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I have a Mac that has parallel (virtual machine manager for Mac) running windows home premium 7. I have successfully installed Office 2007 SBE and it is working well.

I have recently installed (and cannot get) CashFlow Manager 7 (accounts package) to start up on the same Windows 7 parallel managed install. Not officially supported on a Mac, but unofficially will apparently run with parallel.

It displays a kernal error and will not tell me much else. I have tried to run it in both integrated and separate mode within the Mac environment.

I have also attempted to install Cash Manager 7 within Crossover, and it displays the same error.

 I am at my wits end with this one. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Question by:dwknight
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strung earned 2000 total points
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I suspect the problem is a conflict between Cashflow Manager and Windows. It probably has nothing to do with the fact that you are running Windows virtualized on a Mac. You should just treat it as a Windows problem.

Exactly what error message are you getting?

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Your advice was spot on. Thanks!

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