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Couldn't change the Processor of the virtual machine
I'm running Windows 10 on Parallels Desktop 11 on a i5 Macbook Pro with 8gigs of RAM- I have 2 processors and 4gigs of RAM allocated to the Windows VM. Nested Virtualization is turned on in Parallels. Hyper-V is enabled in Windows.
I am able to install VS 2015 Community, with UWP 1.3, and the Hololens emulator. When I actually attempt to run a project, the emulator opens, creates a VM in Hyper-V, but pops up an error. The odd thing about the error is that it says that the number of processors is out of bounds a and should be 1 or 2, but when I look at the Hyper-V VM configuration, the number of processors is "2". A screen capture of the error is attached.
Any help would be appreciated.