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I had the same problem as well. The issue seems to be that the Bootcamp software is looking for the correct Realtek drivers, but can't find them so it just hangs. To fix it, manually install the drivers from Realtek while the Bootcamp setup is running. Then, go to Task Manager, find the Setup process, right click and press Go to details. Then find the ...


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For me the solution was just to Unmount the windows 10 iso. If it's not working, I found another solution, you have to edit the info.plist of the Boot Camp Assistant's package content: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4747024 Caution, you might be resign the package: sudo codesign -fs - /Applications/Utilities/Boot\ Camp\ Assistant.app ...


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I encountered the exact same problem after updating to El Capitan. You should take a look at the "csrutil" command. Boot recovery partition, fire up a terminal (from the Utilities menu) and enter the command to see how to use it. Executing "csrutil disable" and rebooting the machine afterwards fixed the problem for me. In addition to that I created a new VM ...


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Same thing happened to me on Windows 10. In my case the enable bitlocker process changed the type code on my OSX partition. To verify and fix on windows, use gdisk. http://sourceforge.net/projects/gptfdisk/ Verification Open Administrative Command Prompt and run gdisk64.exe (assuming x64). "0:" which is a special syntax to describe disks in windows. (I ...


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The GUID Partition Table (GPT), which your disk uses, stores two copies of its partition table, one at the start of the disk and one at its end. When you did a "bit for bit" copy of your disk to a bigger one, the backup partition table ended up in the middle of the disk. It's impossible to place partitions after the backup partition table. I'm not entirely ...


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Just unmount it. Simple. The iso file mounts itself after download. Use disk utility to unmount and bc will recognise.


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The driver for Windows 8.1 works with 10, so you just need to grab that. Go to https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204048 and find your machine in the list. You want to look for the zip file download of the Boot Camp Assistant software (the link will be the number 5). Download that file (it's pretty big - 882Mb for my one) and unzip that once done. Inside ...


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It is possible to use windows 10 on your mac but not with the bootcamp(The following Mac models support 64-bit versions of Windows 10 when installed using Boot Camp and your system isn't their on the list so it sure will arise some issues when using)although their are another ways you can use windows 10 on your mac. Virtual Machine--A virtual machine ...


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My Macbook Pro 13 inch with retina early 2015 model is configured for both filevault 2 and Windows 10 enterprise with bitlocker enabled. I did a lot of reading and found a couple of guides, one was the one you listed. I think from memory it missed a step needed in El Cap about new security to allow the partition to be created. I had to boot into osx ...


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Built into MAC OS, there are currently no ways to always have a boot menu show at startup, at least as far as I know. There are 2 ways to accomplish what you want: At startup, you can hold the Alt/Option key which will load the boot-manager and allow you to choose whichever partition you would like. You can install a 3rd party boot-manager that will ...


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You can't unless you use that hard drive with a Mac (even then a reinstall would be necessary). Apple uses security measures to ensure OS X can't be used on non-Apple hardware.


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I had this exact problem within my Bootcamp on Windows 10 and now my Bootcamp sleep is working perfectly. SOLUTION: The computer needs to have the same Startup Disk specified on both Bootcamp and Mac OS X. In Bootcamp, go to the Boot Camp Control panel and select the startup disk and click OK. Right click on the Boot Camp Control panel and Restart in ...


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Go to Search Type msconfig in the search box, and then click msconfig. On the Services tab of the System Configuration dialog box, select the Hide all Microsoft services check box, and then go to Disable all. On the Startup tab of the System Configuration dialog box, tap or click Open Task Manager. On the Startup tab in Task Manager, for each startup ...


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From your screenshots, you should be able to just change your startup disk. Try holding down the Command+R keys to boot directly to your Recovery partition. Then choose Startup Disk from the Apple menu. If you can't get into recovery mode, try holding down Command+Option+R to boot to Internet Recovery. Full-disk encryption -- whether it's Mac's ...


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That's 3 questions really. SE works best when there's only one. Anyway, to answer briefly… You need to completely shut down the Parallels instance before attempting to boot it natively, or you can damage the Windows install. Not worth doing; you'd be fighting a license limitation [although not actually, as you are already on Apple hardware… but you'd be ...


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First of all thanks to every1 for sharing your views,i have faced this very exact problem about installing realtek sound driver in bootcamp,every time bootcamp just hangs,and the only simple trick to this very annoying issue is to kill the realtek installation task by entering into your task manager,just kill the process and the bootcamp installation will b ...


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First, there's a big uncertainty about your Windows boot mode. Through Windows 7, most Windows dual-boot installations used Boot Camp -- that is to say, Windows booted in BIOS/CSM/legacy mode whereas OS X booted in EFI/UEFI mode. This setup requires a hybrid MBR, which is flaky and dangerous. Since Windows 8, though, the ability of Windows to boot in native ...


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I suspect your problem is this: 2 210MB 141GB 141GB hfs+ OSX msftdata 6 298GB 299GB 650MB hfs+ Recovery HD msftdata Both of these HFS+ partitions have the wrong partition type code, which is shown in parted as msftdata. I don't think that parted offers sufficient precision to ...


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from that page - "This software is automatically downloaded when you use Boot Camp Assistant." ..or you upgraded to Win10 before Boot Camp 6 was available? Extract from the page you linked (renumbered)... Start your Mac from the version of Windows you currently have installed. Open Apple Software Update for Windows and install available updates, ...


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Change RW to RDONLY. At least it worked for me: RW 181755904 FLAT "/dev/disk0s4" 0 partitionUUID to RDONLY 181755904 FLAT "/dev/disk0s4" 0 partitionUUID good luck!


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Both rEFIt and rEFInd will place a copy of SYSLINUX MBR boot code in the MBR if the MBR is not already bootable and if appropriate boot code exists in a partition. That said, boot code should exist in the MBR, although it might be destroyed by partitioning tools that assume the first 440 bytes of the MBR on a GPT disk should be zeroed out, as is normally the ...


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Open Windows Services from Control Panel>Administrative Tools Once open find "Device Setup Manager" in the list and double click it, then change startup type to "Disabled" This will stop automatic driver installation for all hardware.


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Here are the steps to fully delete the driver software allowing you to cleanly install the drivers you want: Right-click the Windows Icon on the Taskbar Click Control Panel Open Device Manager Expand Network Adapters by clicking on the little arrow to the left Right-click on the Device for which you want to uninstall the drivers Click Uninstall On the new ...


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The overheating problem is common in MBA and MBP running Windows!!! This is due to poor fan speed management... To solve it, use Macs Fan Control by CRYSTALIDEA... It'll solve the heating problem in an instant!!! There won't be any performance loss or crashes if you run Windows natively... In fact, Windows 8.1 and 10 run better and faster on my MacBook Pro ...


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Yes, this is supported. Bootcamp in El Capitan will work with Windows versions "8 or later". See this Apple Support page for complete documentation on how to do this.


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"Boot Camp" is a bit ambiguous, since it's really several tools and techniques wrapped in (or set up by) an Apple utility. What's more, some people refer to their installations as using "Boot Camp" even when they ditch most of the critical features of Apple's utility; in this context, the term is being used (confusingly for everybody involved) in a way ...


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I'm pretty sure you've created a highly dangerous and inconsistent layout. The problem is this: Macs that dual-boot with Windows generally use a hybrid MBR, which is a way to get two partition tables to (sort-of) coexist on a disk. The GUID Partition Table (GPT) is the authoritative partition table and is the one that MUST be modified by any tool that ...


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I had the same error after installing windows in bootcamp. I rebooted and the OS X partition was not an option, only windows. I checked in disk management in Windows and the partition still existed. I tried booting in recovery mode (command+r), but received an error message. -4403F Apple support had me boot in internet recovery mode (command+option+r), ...


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I had a huge problem recently with Windows 7 on Bootcamp on my 2009 MacBook Pro running OS 10.7.5. During a routine update WIndows completely stopped working, could not repair itself, could not boot the computer and was not amenable to repair by a Windows repair tool that I had. So I eventually reinstalled it on the original partition using an install ...


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Turn off your Mac, then connect the USB drive to your USB port, then hold the options button on the keyboard. After doing so, you will see Macintosh HD, Windows, and EFI. Boot into EFI and continue the installation as usual. You should be able to format the drive and then install Windows.



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