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It is pointless to solve your problem. If you succeed in creating the USB Windows installer, you probably will not be able to boot from the installer on your Mac. You are suppose to use the optical (DVD) drive. There are alternative methods to install Windows 7 on your Mac. For example, see the question: Boot camp install of Windows 7 issue, no bootable ...


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One question posted at Ask Different deals with running Windows from a external drive. While the questions deals with Windows 10, the answer seems to indicate a BIOS boot method is used. Therefore, the answer might be adapted to work with Windows 7. Below is a link to this question. Is it possible to use Boot Camp with Windows 10 from an external HDD? In ...


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Okay, so when I had a similar problem, I used Terminal, these two guides, and this command line to get it done. diskutil mergePartitions JHFS+ NewName {first disk identifier in range} {last disk identifier in range} I used diskutil list to make sure I knew which drives I was merging, because you can't use the Disk Utility names (Macintosh HD, BOOTCAMP), ...


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I find it surprising you were able to boot the Windows installer via a USB port. I have year 2006, 2007, 20011 and 2013 iMac models and only the 2013 model can install Windows correctly using a USB flash drive installer. I not saying you did not install Windows via the USB port, rather that you probably were not suppose to. (I assume your have a mid 2010 ...


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I ended up going in to Windows Update and it showed Windows 10 as the main update option with a 'Get Started' button. Clicked that and it all worked just fine. No need to fiddle around any more trying to please the 'Get Windows 10' icon.


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Try updating the bluetooth driver using the one found here: http://support.lenovo.com/au/en/downloads/ds031759 It should have the supported Windows 10 driver for the Bluetooth chipset found in that model (BCM20702). Once completed, try the upgrade again.


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Seem like you have to install Windows 10 manually with iso file and bootcamp, then install the driver.


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Go to Device Manager, expand Human Interface Devices, find the Apple Multi-touch device, right click it, choose disable. Done!


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No, your computer will be fine, and performance will be fine, but there's a little fun involved. Parallels uses a technology called virtualization to run another OS–in this case, Windows–using a combination of hardware and software to create a "virtual machine" that acts like a computer. Due to a variety of technologies that exist, virtual machines offer ...



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