My MacBook Pro (OS 10.7.5) with Windows 7 - Parallels Desktop (up-to-date) suffered a recurring boot failure (the screen shot "Win7bootFailure2013-12-05
.png" file is attached) reporting a pikbd.sys error (apparently related to a pluralist? keyboard driver problem - I had recently completed a DriverMax Pro update of driver files, including one for this pluralint? keyboard file). Obviously, with Windows 7 not being accessible, I could not use the DriverMax Pro application to delete the offending presumably corrupted pikbd.sys file. Similarly, I could not use DriverMax Pro to report the problem with the apparently corrupted update operation for the pluralist? keyboard driver file.
Any Internet search results for "pikbd.sys AND error" resulted in possible resolutions which required that Windows 7 be available. Repeated attempts to open Windows 7 - Parallels, for the subject pikbd.sys file resulted in repeated boot failure messages (see the *.png attachment). I could not locate the pikbd.sys file via the Finder program under Mac OS 10.7.5.
What can possibly done to regain access to the Windows 7 - Parallels Desktop?