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    Default BackTrack 4 on Parallels Desktop, MBP 2010

    Hi, I've been trying get BT4 to work on Parallels Desktop, for some reason, Parallels boots, and I guess doesn't see the ISO as the boot device. Ive set the .iso as the disk drive, yet it continues to fail.

    Is using Parallels Desktop a bad idea for BT4?
    Is plain using a 2010 13" unibody Macbook Pro a bad idea for BT4?
    Any ideas on getting it to install? I was trying the R1 before, next I'm trying the Final Release.

    Ok, I got the Final Release installed, Now im wondering how to set up the use of Airport.

    Are there drivers or something needed?

    Okay, I got the Final Release installed.

    Now I cant find Airport, when i do airmon-ng it shows nothing.

    Is this because its running in Parallels and Snow is using Airport?
    Last edited by Archangel-Amael; 09-03-2010 at 11:11 AM.

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