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If you follow the links given in this tutorial, you will find the drivers for your Mac can be downloaded from the Apple website Boot Camp Support Software 4.0.4033. If you are installing 64 bit Windows 7, 8 or 10, then you can follow the instructions given as the accepted answer to the question Using Boot Camp Support Software 4.0.4033 to install 64 bit ...


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The steps are fairly straight forward. Boot from the Snow Leopard DVD. If have a soft copy of Snow Leopard, then burn this to a DVD. Use the Disk Utility to erase the entire internal drive. Install Snow Leopard In necessary, install the OS X 10.6.8 combo update. You may find this difficult to download using Snow Leopard. If you currently have High Sierra, ...


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Your posted output, from sudo fdisk /dev/disk2, shows a * next to the number 2. This means partition 2 is flagged in the MBR table as the bootable partition. The * should be next to the number 1, because I assume this is your bootable Windows partition. You can use the sudo fdisk -e /dev/disk2 command to move the *. This command is interactive. The ...


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With System Integrity Protection enabled, this is difficult to accomplish. However, this is not impossible. For example, you can install a third party Boot Manager such as rEFInd. You can then install scripts which can configure rEFInd to instruct the firmware to boot Windows after restarting the Mac. Note: I do not know how the new T2 Security Chip will ...


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Your best bet at this point is to perform some formal data recovery. I've used Data Rescue 4 & 5 with good success. https://www.prosofteng.com/mac-data-recovery/ I've also used MiniTool's products, on the PC side to recover Mac data. https://www.minitool.com/data-recovery-software/free-for-mac.html You can either boot your mac into Target Disk Mode ...


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Possible Reason Windows Will Not Boot The Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS 64 bit installation software changes the Master Boot Record (MBR) partition table on the installation drive to cause hybrid partitioning. This would prevent Windows from booting on 2016 model year Macs. In 2012, Apple started to phase out the need for hybrid partitioning. Evidently, the Ubuntu ...


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The simplest answer is to install 32 bit Windows 7 with SP1 and then upgrade to 32 bit Windows 10. I say this because Apple officially supports 32 bit Windows 7 on your model Mac. Although Apple does not officially support Windows 10 for your model Mac, upgrading to 32 bit Windows 10 from 32 bit Windows 7 is should be supported by Microsoft. The Windows ...


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