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OK, now i got my installation screen back How could i solve this problem? I just remove a blank NTFS partition (label as WINDOWS_HD) and leave it be a free space. That's all.
The (fixed) Pre-Installation Environment (boot.wim) of your Windows_7.iso doesn't contain the necessary drivers to use the USB3-interface of your Early 2013 Macbook Retina. To circumvent limitations (new drivers, new hardware) Microsoft uses the $WinPEDriver$-feature to provide drivers at installation time. Apple Boot Camp uses this method to provide the ...
When you reboot your machine, hold down Option to bring up the boot menu. You should (and I say 'should' because it may not be the case with your particular build of the Windows installer image) have a few options there, the normal Macintosh HD and Recovery 10.x, and then a couple of Windows options. One should be a regular BIOS link to the Windows ...
That is an excellent start but you may still get the same error message as Windows will often want to know the domain of the username (not "Domain" with a capital D). When you log into a PC over the network from another PC your username will often take the form of: [PCNAME]\[USERNAME] [PASSWORD] So if my pc was called stevespc with a username of steve ...
This can sometimes be a bit confusing for people when sharing from a Mac to Windows the first time. What are you using as your username? On a Mac, you have an account name and an account ID, usually your name. For example, if the display (account) name is "John Smith", your username or account ID is probably "johnsmith". If you aren't sure what yours is, ...
Boot camp support only 64 bit window...its should also work for 32 bit
Open your Windows VM and go to Actions -> Configure... in the menubar Choose the Options-tab and highligt Sharing in the left pane Uncheck all boxes like in the picture below: Hit the Custom Folders... Button and remove any user-defined OS X folder by highlighting it and clicking the - button:
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You can also use a Windows screenshot tool, such as LightShot and Free Screenshot Capture. They are light-weight applications that allow you to capture any region of the screen and provide basic annotating options.
Hyper-V isn't available for Windows 7. You have to install at least Windows 8 Pro/Enterprise or Windows Server 2008/2012. (Source) You might install Hyper-V Manager (probably you did already) though. This application allows to manage Hyper-V hypervisors installed on other computers meeting the above mentioned Operating System requirements.
I have had the same problem with the installation of Windows 8.1 Home 64 bit. After contacting Apple support several times and failing to resolve the problem, I contacted Microsoft. Their advice was to try and find a PC with a similar architecture to the OS to be installed (in my case 64 bit): Format USB with NTFS protocol Use the Windows download tool to ...
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