- Jul 1, 2007
Not yet anyway. MBA users have discovered it the hard way. While it appears to be working for short periods of time, Parallels, regardless of the Windows' software it's running, causes incessant kernel panics on the MBA. I've seen more kernel panics in 1 day than I had in years. All "solutions" posted on the Mac Forums have been useless. I've tried them all by the way. The Parallels team is aware of the problem and "working on it", but for now, it's better not to rely on it. VMware Fusion has not caused panics, but of course, Parallels users are not happy.