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Unless something goes wrong during install: no. But it's always smart to have a backup.


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The important Apple drivers which Windows invariably doesn't have updates for are Facetime camera, Apple keyboard/trackpad/mouse, and the IR receiver. Beyond these you can update any drivers that MS has to offer through Windows Update, and I've had no issues with downloading video drivers directly from nVidia. Always create a restore point so you can ...


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Use the Snipping Tool that ships with Windows, it's made for that exact purpose. The Windows help page is here, info found using this search tool ;-)


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You could upload the drivers to a service such as Dropbox...


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It should be possible to partition the HDD like that but not in a default setup with Boot Camp and Windows 8/8.1 is recommended: The hybrid MBR/GPT necessary for Boot Camp Assistant to install/boot Windows doesn't allow more than 4 partitions: Apple CoreStorage or Macintosh HD Recovery HD your future Windows 8/(7) a place holder in the MBR linking to the ...


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The USB stick cannot boot on Mac without Bootcamp. The Windows expects a BIOS, but Mac has EFI. That's why you cannot boot from that USB stick.


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Instead of a default/classical Mac volume like your iMac, your MacBook Pro contains a CoreStorage volume. Booted to Windows, CoreStorage volumes cannot be mounted and consequently the contained files can't be read - until now. You would need to revert the CoreStorage volume wrapper that contains HFS+ back to a straight HFS+ volume to regain read-only ...


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You can recreate the EFI System Partition (ESP) using the command-line tool gpt. Since you have to modify your current start device you need to boot to Internet Recovery Mode or an external (thumb) drive. Additionally you need a valid EFI-partition or an image file of it. Here is a similar question: How to fix broken EFI partition?. I have copied some of ...


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The Microsoft support page describes the limitations of the 64bit office. They are the following: Solutions using ActiveX controls library, ComCtl controls won’t work. Third-party ActiveX controls and add-ins won’t work. Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) that contain Declare statements won’t work in the 64-bit version of Office without being updated. ...



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