Use script as descibed in this article
- You have backed up a Mac OS X with Parallels Desktop virtual machines.
- You restore the virtual machines' files from this backup.
- Restored machines do not boot.
Current limitation of the product.
To fix the problem, run the recreate_pd_hdd.script:
- Since Acronis True Image 2017 the script is shipped with the product and is located in /Applications/Acronis True Image.app/Contents/MacOS/recreate_pd_hdd.sh on the machine where Acronis True Image 2017 is installed.
If you have Acronis True Image 2016 or 2015, download recreate_pd_hdd.zip script and unpack it.
- Run the script:
where [path_to_script] is path to the folder, where the script resides
and [path_to_restored_vm_files] is path to the .pvm folder, where the vm's files were restored to
bash "/Applications/Acronis True Image.app/Contents/MacOS/recreate_pd_hdd.sh" "/Users/John/Downloads/My Windows Virtual Machine.pvm"
Should you receive error a message about the machine not being able to connect to the hard drive, you need to restart the machine: double-click Virtual machine, click Stop, then click Start.