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I just completed installing Windows using Bootcamp Assist. I allocated 30 GB to the Windows partition. The process completed after taking a long time (> 7 hours), and a Bootcamp partition has been created.

System specs: MacBook Pro (Retina Mid 2012) with MacOS Sierra (10.12). I downloaded Windows 10 from this link

However, there is no option to boot into Windows. Even if I press Option+Shift+Commad+Period as suggested in another post, i dont get the option to boot into Windows.

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There is no Windows start up disk

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But the Bootcamp partition has been made, and it has taken 30 GB

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Here are the disk details

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I did a NVPRAM reset as suggested in another post, but it didn't change anything. The external USB disk now has the following files:

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Should I erase the Bootcamp partition and start over again? If so, can i use Disk Utility to erase the Bootcamp partition?

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