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It so happened that I did a win10 install on my MacBook Air just yesterday, and I ran into exactly the same problem of seeing "no bootable partition", followed by having only two choices at the boot selection screen after power cycle. However, I didn't do anything special to get it working. I just restarted it again, while holding down the Option key from ...


Here are some links on the Connection Manager to setup VPN connection and deployment to users.


Installing Windows 7 Pro 64 bit without DVD or Flash Drive Here I assume your computer is configured as required by the Boot Camp Assistant. (In other words, you will be installing Windows to the 4th partition on disk 0.) Also, your firmware is up to date and you have downloaded the correct "Boot Camp Support Software" for your model Mac computer. Before ...


I just discovered Magnet available on the App store for $1.99 (current price as of posting) that provides the ability to "snap" windows to corners, right, left, etc. So far, it works as advertised. I am not affiliated with the app or developer. Just found it and find it useful.


I do not have a new enough Mac to install using a USB flash drive and I have not created one recently enough to remember what is stored on it. You can mount the iso file and I believe you should be able to compare with the content on the flash drive. But again I am not sure. Your external USB ports are both USB 3 and that might just be the problem. The ...


There is hope if Windows didn't write anything to disk (except the MBR). The steps below overwrite the bogus MBR and replaces it by a proper PMBR and a GUID partition table. All previous entries will be restored. Attach the external drive to a Mac Open Terminal and enter diskutil list and sudo gpt -r show /dev/diskX with X the disk identifier of the 4 TB ...

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