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Bootcamp says your disk could not be partitioned please check disk utility. I don’t have time machine backup or automatic. I don’t have local thinsnapshots and I don’t have fire vault turned on. It’s quite frustrating as I have done almost everything which includes updating my high Sierra to Mojave and it still says the same problem. I even used the single mode command fbin.....it’s still the same error. Please help

  • Enter the command diskutil list in a Terminal application window and add the output to your question. – David Anderson Mar 7 at 14:29
  • I have solved that issue bout now I am trying to install windows with bootcamp but I get the error code that your disk could not be partitioned please check disk utility. P.S I don’t have time machine backup nor firevault on – lekekoko Mar 7 at 16:32
  • Windows 10 Bootcamp only gets installed if I do not increase the partition in the BootCamp Assistant and I leave it to its normal default which is around 40gb but that can not do what I need to do. I need about 85gb space for bootcamp. I was wondering that if I install windows, is it possible for me to increase the partition after I install windows? – lekekoko Mar 8 at 9:46
  • If you use the Boot Camp Assistant to install Windows, then increasing the size of the Windows partition can only be done through the use of third party software. – David Anderson Mar 8 at 10:01
  • If you question has changed, then you should edit your question to reflect this. – David Anderson Mar 8 at 10:27

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