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I believe I've found a simple solution for my problem. For anyone experiencing the same issues, here's how I did it: Format Recovery HD Expand Macintosh HD through Disk Utility (now possible since Recovery HD is empty). Simply clicking on the empty part of the pie that represents the recovery partition and hitting "minus". Recreate Recovery HD using ...


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Disk First Aid might be reporting that the GPT partition table and the MBR partition table disagree with each other about your partition map. You can confirm this by typing fdisk /dev/disk0 from a terminal window. See if fdisk reports a different partition layout than diskutil does. Are you trying to recover the former Boot Camp partition or are you just ...


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This page is 1st or 2nd in google for this error message, so I just thought I'd post what ended up working for me: Date: 4/21/16 El Capitan 10.11.4 Macbook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012) Attempted to install Windows 10 directly from the Microsoft website and got the same error message: Boot Camp only supports Windows 7 or later installation on this platform. ...


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We hade the same problem at our place and FileVault was deactivated. To be able to access your HFS+ Partition from Windows do the following: 1) Boot in MacOS 2) Open terminal 3) sudo su 4) diskutil corestorage list 5) find the UUID of your macintosh logical volume partition (usually the last, with the size of your MacOS partition) 6) diskutil ...


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Alternate, quicker solution to backing up. Remove all unnecessary files and empty your Trash. Try Boot Camp again. Explanation: The problem is you don't have contiguous space to proceed with the installation. If you have a lot of unnecessary files (e.g. old movies, music, downloads files), you will probably have enough contiguous space after deletion. ...



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