I've been unable to boot into my Windows (Boot Camp) partition, which I haven't accessed in about a year.
No Boot Options with Alt Key: Holding down the Opt during startup does not show any boot options, which normally should include the Boot Camp partition.
Startup Disk Cannot Be Verified: When I attempt to boot up by selecting the Boot Camp as the target startup, the system fails to verify the startup disk.
First Aid on the Boot Camp partition is not available (I expect that's default behavior).
I'm looking for guidance or insights from anyone who has experienced similar issues or knows how to resolve this. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
- macOS Ventura 13.6.1
- MacBook Pro (2019)
I noticed a Startup Security option when rebooting in Recovery Mode, and set it to No Security, which allowed me to skirt the 'cannot verify startup disk error' so I can select Windows Boot Camp drive to login with. However, I get a blue screen that says "Stop code: ACPI_BIOS_ERROR". Do you know how to fix this? Side note: I'm planning to see if there is a way to slightly adjust the partition to see if it remaps it automatically fixing any tables.
Note: In Disk Utility it says "Bootable: No", which I'm not sure is standard
In an attempt to address the issue, I followed Repair Bootcamp partition boot entry missing after disk resize.
Now instead of booting into the blue Windows screen, it's a black screen that hangs indefinitely.