An easier way of installing Nevada in Parallels on Mac OS X
By martin on Dec 05, 2006
When you boot
using your Nevada DVD image,
immediately hit the "
e" key when the
menu appears, then hit "
e" again to edit the boot command.
,atapi-cd-dma-enabled=0" to the end of the line, so it reads
kernel /boot/multiboot kernel/unix -B install_media=cdrom,atapi-cd-dma-enabled=0
Then hit return to save it and the "
b" key to boot using the new option.