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you still need to install a legal copy of windows so bootcamp can run windows. That is why the disk request. once windows is installed, bootcamp will run no problem.


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Actually I asked after some success because I thought it would benefit everyone ;-) Here is the complete process. Some links are missing because I don't have enough reputation to embed them all. Sorry about that. High-level, we "just" need dislocker. But to install it, there are some dependencies to resolve... we need: "Fuse for OS X" Simply download ...


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You need to reinstall Mac OS X Backup your system/data. Boot into Internet Recovery (CMD + R + i) Open Terminal Erase your Macintosh HD Volume diskutil cs deleteVolume 933B0D1B-9E56-4DB3-8853-013BE1C2C6E4 Erase Macintosh Volume Group diskutil cs delete 320B77F3-91C2-4221-B24C-D8B91C233D32 Erase SSD this should disk0, verify! diskutil ...


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I would like to share a trick that you can remap some less used keys to keys you prefer. E.g. I map right CMD to DEL and right ALT to menu('application'), using Sharpkeys


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You can sacrifice sound or sleep mode and use the AHCI (it is extremely fast), but there isnt way to make it fully functional so far. So now I am using bootcamp and IDE. Problem is with the emulation of the BIOS, its too old.


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Try using single user mode to repair your disk: http://osxdaily.com/2013/08/07/how-to-repair-a-mac-disk-with-fsck-from-single-user-mode/


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I have a similar scenario in that I need to access a Linux system on my LAN from my MacBook Pro, so I use the free version of NoMachine. It's available for Windows, Linux and OS X. You first have to hook up a monitor, keyboard, and mouse to get NoMachine installed and configured on the Mac and then connect at least once from the Windows system. You could ...


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Based on your hexdump, I have determined a NTFS partition existed immediately after the last partition shown in your GUID Partition Table (GPT). The hexdump also shows the size of this deleted partition. The values printed by hexdump are described in the table show in the section titled Partition Boot Sector from the Wikipedia site NTFS. Using this ...



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