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I just bought a program called Bar Ilan Responsa Project. I have a fairly new MacBook Pro and the program only runs on windows. I currently have a 2 week trial version of Parallels running Windows XP Professional.
On a normal windows computer, all you'd have to do is plug in the usb key, install the software and then you'd be able to run the program whenever the usb key is plugged in.
My XP sees the USB key but it won't install the program. When I click on the install file, I get a message saying setup.exe is not a valid WIN32 application.
Seeing that install wasn't working, I installed the program on another computer and moved it over to my computer and put it in program files. Still though when I have the USB key inserted and double click on the application it says please insert the original usb disc and try again! When I go to My Computer I can see that the computer does recognize that the USB is connected.
Does anyone have any idea how I can get it working?
I think that if I can get the USB to show up on my computer as a 'Devices with Removable Storage' rather than a 'Network drive' it might work. Could I do this if I set up Boot Camp or are Boot Camp and Parallels completely unrelated.
Thanks

How To Install Windows Xp On Parallels 1100

Click Install Windows or another OS from DVD or image file, then click Continue. Step 3: Select the installation media. The Parallels Wizard will detect the installation media automatically for installing Windows. Step 4: Enter your Windows product key. In the Windows Product Key window, leave Express installation selected. There will be no Windows 11, 12, 13 etc. With the launch of Windows 10 in 2015, Microsoft has moved Windows to a servicing model. This is more than a one-time upgrade: once a Windows device is upgraded to Windows 10, we will continue to keep it current for the supported lifetime of the device –at no additional charge.