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Here's an updated procedure for Windows 10, based on orkoden's excellent answer. I tested this process on a MacBookPro11,1 running OS X 10.11.5 (15F34). Throughout the process, directly connect all devices to your Mac. I found that certain operations failed more frequently if I used the USB hub in my monitor. In addition to the external drive that will ...


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Answer to Posted Question When you enter the diskutil command to resize your boot partition disk0s2, the recovery partition disk0s3 will automatically be moved. You do not want to move this recovery partition to the end of the disk using a separate command. In other words, you are trying to do the wrong thing. See Merge partitions with Macintosh HD for the ...


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The results you posted from the readgpt command leads me the following conclusions about your drive's partitions. The six partitions are listed in the order found on the drive. ~200 MB EFI partition (Usually hidden from the user) ~100 GB Windows partition ~75 GB OS X partition ~50 GB Windows partition ~650 MB OS X recovery partition (This is exactly the ...


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The use of Core Storage seems to be a common denominator in problems similar to mine. I used the sudo diskutil cs revert [Logical Volume guid] command in the Terminal application to get rid of Core Storage, and then restarted. Presto! My missing GBs were returned. The above command can only be used if the command diskutil cs list shows the Logical ...


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When using the Winclone product to install Windows on a external USB drive, it is extremely important that you first read all the instructions provided by Winclone. Winclone provides the Web page: Running Windows from an External Drive. This page provides links to two videos. The first link is the same as given in your question. The second link provides the ...


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To most easily resolve this, you need to erase your USB drive with a "Master Boot Record" scheme. Steps: Open Disk Utility Select the USB drive Click "Erase" Choose Format "MS-DOS (FAT)" MOST IMPORTANT: Choose Scheme "Master Boot Record" Click Erase button Many thanks to nholtappels for figuring out the problem!


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If you want to EFI boot the installer you need to flash your firmware from MacPro4,1 to MacPro5,1. Create an installer like mentioned here without any bootmgr files to force an EFI boot. Remove all disks from Mac Pro to avoid further trouble with Mac EFI looking for MBR or protected MBR. EFI boot your installer. Be sure to clean the unneeded Bootcamp ...



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