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.
There is no Windows start up disk
But the Bootcamp partition has been made, and it has taken 30 GB
Here are the disk details
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:
Should I erase the Bootcamp partition and start over again? If so, can i use Disk Utility to erase the Bootcamp partition?