I have always had both Mac and Windows on my laptop, and recently I was running out of space on my Windows partition. I made a copy of my Windows 10 using Winclone, and then restored my disk to a single volume with Boot Camp Assistant. Then I repartitioned my disk so that Windows would have more storage, and installed Windows 10. After installing successfully, I restarted and held the option Key, to get back into my Mac so that I could restore the Winclone copy.

However, instead of showing the option to boot Mac or Windows, it showed 2 Windows options. The one on the left is what I recently installed. On the right, it is prompting me to start the Windows installation.

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Does anyone know what happened?? I am not very knowledgeable about this kind of stuff. Here's a screenshot of the Disk Manager from my Windows side, if that helps.


  • In a nutshell what version of macOS filesystem do you expect windows 10 to read? If you don’t know, boot back to macOS and edit in what the Mac partitions look like. apple.stackexchange.com/questions/329109/… – bmike Sep 13 '19 at 11:00
  • @bmike♦ Sorry I'm not really following what you're saying :( although when I restart with CMD + R, and access the Disk Utility it shows this:imgur.com/gallery/B569sZy So it looks like my Mac OS is still there and I can see the folders and files. But just how do I access it??? – Kitt Bennett Sep 13 '19 at 16:19

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