What to do if the PD virtual machine cannot run under the big sur system!

What to do if the PD virtual machine cannot run under the big sur system!

Every time Apple's mac is updated, some software will become unusable. Today, I will introduce to you the solution to the problem of "MAC cannot start Parallels Desktop because of the lack of some necessary components in the Mac operating system". Parallels Desktop for Mac is an excellent virtual machine software that runs on Mac computers. Users can easily run Windows, Linux and other operating systems and applications under Mac OS X. Users can switch between Win and Mac or even use them at the same time without having to restart the computer repeatedly. Interested partners remember to collect.

Parallels Desktop 16 for Mac (pd virtual machine) only supports M1 system, click to download

1. After upgrading to the new operating system, we click on the PD software. At this time, it will prompt "MAC cannot start Parallels Desktop because of the lack of some necessary components in the Mac operating system", and we will close the pop-up window with an error, as shown in the figure below .

2. Then search and open "Terminal", as shown in the figure below.

3. After opening the "Terminal", in the terminal command line, enter "export SYSTEM_VERSION_COMPAT=1", after the input is complete, press Enter, as shown in the figure below.

4. Then continue to enter "open -a Parallels/Desktop.app and press Enter" in the "Terminal", as shown in the figure below.

5. At this time, the PD will be up and running, as shown in the figure below.

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