A critical error in Parallels startup happens generally after upgrading Mac OS X to the latest edition. Every user who has upgraded their Mac to the latest edition has confronted the issue. And it is found to be applicable to a range of Parallels series such as:
- Parallels Desktop for Mac Business Edition
- Parallels Desktop for Mac Standard Edition
- Parallels Desktop for Mac Pro Edition
- Parallels Desktop Lite
If you are using any of the above editions on your Mac and you want to upgrade your Mac, then get aware of all the possible technical issues that may create unnecessary obstacles in your way. On the other hand, it is also necessary to check if there would be no incompatibility issue between Parallels and your Mac after you upgrade the system. In particular, there should always be some sorts of solutions in place if you don’t want to encounter any technical hurdles. For more details, you can also visit its official help page www.parallels.com/support/ and browse the relevant category to find out some worthwhile details.
Alternatively, you can also access a helpdesk by dialing a toll-free Parallels tech support phone number for more details on the way how you can update your Mac OS X without any technical troubles or incompatibility issues with Parallels VM.
I was not aware of such irritating obstacles when I first upgraded my Mac OS X to the latest edition. It was a good experience of using Parallels virtual machine on my Mac OS X, but it all turned into an irritating moment when I upgraded my Mac OS X and started the virtual machine to run the Windows applications. It shows a critical error on the computer screen: “The virtual machine cannot be started due to a critical error.”
I happened to know after browsing some relevant details on the internet that the issue was caused only due to the update I had installed on my Mac OS X. Based on the recommendations suggested by Parallels users on the internet, I rushed to an independent helpdesk and asked the technicians to provide a real time contact support for Parallels service to address the issue.
As I observed, the overall resolution procedure was all easy and convenient – there were a few processes that were implemented to resolve the issue, but the technicians were troubleshooting the issue very carefully.