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I would seem to me that you are missing the obvious. If the Boot Camp Assistant configured your Mac to install Windows 10 to BIOS boot, then you should have not tried so hard to defeat this. Install Windows 10 to BIOS boot and if this works, then accept that your model is one of the last built before Apple converted over to UEFI booting Windows 10. From my ...


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One primary purpose of the "nextonly" option is to allow for installation of a startup manager. For example, if you install rEFInd as a boot manager, then you would configure the Mac to always boot to rEFInd. This boot manager can be configured to display different operating system to boot. After a selection is made, rEFInd instructs the firmware ...


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Using the boot camp assistant, loading a usb 2.0 usb stick with the iso and drivers, partitioning the drive in boot camp assistant, then letting it reboot into the usb 2.0 installed windows fine on a 2012 macbook air with all windows functionality. no need to mess around with efi and weird workarounds to get audio and having screwy drivers.


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