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Failed paritiong resizing partition in Mojave via Disk Utility (Planning to add it to Bootcamp) [duplicate]

(Using Mojave 10.14.1 on MBP Mid-2012) I was trying to resize my AFPS partition to add it later to my Bootcamp partition (in Windows) but the operation failed. What I did was to use Disk Utility's ...
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No bootable device USB 2.0 MacBook Pro mid 2014

I've been tearing my hair out the last couple days trying to get Windows installed. I have a MacBook Pro Retina 15 inch mid 2014. Yosemite version 10.10.1. Win 7 64 bit iso (sha1 - ...
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How to install Windows 10 into a 2011 iMac without using the Boot Camp Assistant, an optical (DVD) drive or third party tools?

Note the following regarding user TAbdiukov's question which has a links to this question. This question is about installing Windows 10 on 2011 iMac to achieve a macOS High Sierra / Windows 10 dual ...
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Bootcamp: no bootable device – insert boot disk and press any key

I installed Windows 7 on my 2011 MacBook Pro (MacOS High Sierra) successfully. It was recognized at boot time by the computer and had no problems. Then I used Disk Utility to create some free space ...
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Bootcamp control panel causes BSOD in early 2011 MacBook Pro with Windows 11

Each time I open the Boot Camp control panel, I get a BSOD. I want to open it in the first place to set the function keys to change the brightness, volume etc. I am not sure if I'm doing something ...
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After upgrading to High Sierra, Boot Camp partition is gone from Startup Manager [duplicate]

First time poster here. After installing High Sierra on my iMac (27", late 2012) my Boot Camp Windows 10 partition is no longer visible in the Startup Manager (accessed by holding Option-key on ...
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Mac on Windows 10 blue screen of death

I've installed 64 bit Windows 10 onto a separate partition on a mac. This was done manually, as the bootcamp software that comes with MacOs creates a partition that Windows wouldn't install on. The ...
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Install Windows 7 on a (17-inch, Late 2011) MacBook Pro

My goal is to install Windows 7 on my (17-inch, Late 2011) MacBook Pro. The model identifier is MacBookPro8,3. The problem is the Windows 7 USB or DVD installer is not being recognized when holding ...
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GPT disk error installing Windows 7 64 bit on MacBook Pro 13 mid 2010 with High Sierra

I have spent 4 days now, trying to install Windows7 64 bit on my MacBook Pro 13 mid 2010 with High Sierra installed on it. I had installed in many years ago and it was really easy. I removed it when I ...
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Bootcamp High Sierra upgrade now not working

Having some confusion regarding which instructions to follow to fix an issue I'm having with my Bootcamp Installation. I've had a copy of Windows 8 (not 8.1) installed for a quite a long time which ...
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Apple bootcamp keyboard driver causes BSOD

What I did: Installing Windows using Bootcamp Mac: MBA 6.2 Bootcamp assistance: 6.1.0 What Windows version: Windows 10 and 8.1 What OS i tried: Catalina, Mojave, and High Siera What happened: ...
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Bootcamp requires Windows 7. Possible to clean install Windows 10? [duplicate]

I have iMac, late 2011, Intel CPU. Original OS X was Leopard updated to High Sierra. Hardware cannot update to any later version. Installed Windows 7 using Bootcamp in High Sierra. Updated Windows ...
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Can I recover boot camp partition after removing it with gpt remove?

My old MacBook Pro, A1286, (15in, mid-2012) has an SSD that divided my main boot disk into two partitions, one for Mac OSX (running 10.13, High Sierra) and one for Boot camp (running Windows 10). The ...
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Bootcamp not appearing as bootable disk on High Sierra

I have a MacBook Pro (Retina, 13", Late 2013, 8GB/251GB) on which I have had a Bootcamp partition installed with Windows7 for several years (probably since early days, i.e. since 2014). Initially ...
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