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The proper command to dd a part of a raw file to a partition in your case is: dd if=WINDOWS7.img of=/dev/disk0s4 skip=206848 bs=512 count=41527296 The bs in the dd command can be interpreted as an artificial block size of the input and the output "file". For historical and technical reasons the default block size of dd is 512 Byte. The reason to use 512 (...


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Enable Wi-Fi on bootcamp Windows 7, you must install external driver for Wi-Fi. BroadcomWirelessWin7x32 driver compatible with 32 or 64 OS. Get more about that i fixed on my Macbook bootcamp installed windows 7. Wi-Fi not working on windows 7 MacBook boot camp


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I encountered the same problem on my Mac mini late 2012, connecting to AKiTiO Thunder2 PCIe Box with HyperX Predator PCIe Gen 2.0 x4 240GB SSD (SHPM2280P), ruuning Boot Camp Windows 2012 R2. Here are the steps to bypass the problem: Turn off the mac mini, and turn off the thunderbolt drive. Turn on the mac mini, as soon you hear the boot up chime, press ...


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If on the iPhone you choose to optimize storage of your iCloud Photo Library, then only some of your photos are stored in full resolution on your iPhone. That explains why you can only see a subset of the files from the Windows Explorer. The rest of the photos are stored in high-resolution in your iCloud account only. You can access them at www.icloud.com ...


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If you find no option to select your external USB drive as an ISO target - are instead directed to install on your repartitioned hard drive immediately - open the info.plist and add your model identifier to the following: <key>ExternalInstallOnlyModels</key> <array> <string>MacBook8,1</string> <string>MacBook9,1&...


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No, there's no need to buy a physical install disk. You can certainly purchase Windows 7 online to get a product key. The ISO file containing Windows 7 can be downloaded from Microsofts web site, allowing you to install via BootCamp.


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Yes you do. Bootcamp is intended to give you the ability to have both Macintosh OS, and Windows OS on a single disk. This allows you to boot either Mac or Windows via holding option at boot up and selecting the disk. More specifically, Bootcamp is a partition type created to allow the major differences in disk formats between the two OS to cooperate on a ...



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