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The support site is alive and kicking: https://support.apple.com/boot-camp There are no announcements of note relating to this from WWDC 2019 through September 2019. That could change tomorrow, of course. I’ve moved almost all my work devices over to VMware Fusion FWIW. There are plenty of reasons to not virtualize, so I encourage everyone still in the ...


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No, the BootCamp partition is not backed up by Time Machine. You'll need to install a separate backup system for that. Either a Windows backup systems running on Windows when you use that system, or a Mac backup system that supports the file system you've used for Bootcamp (usually NTFS).


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I got this working without driver updates or anything like that! Just for reference, today is 9/21/19 and I'm using Bootcamp on a MacBook Pro, Windows 10 Pro (but my guess is this will work with any Win 8 or 10). Go to Task Bar and click Bootcamp icon. Click Bootcamp Control Panel. Click Keyboard. Uncheck the box that says "Adjust Keyboard brightness in ...


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First you should try removing any third-party, external peripherals you have connected to your iMac. If the problem persists, and your observations are correct, then you have a hardware error with your iMac. You should contact Apple or the dealer for repairs. You can also use the built-in hardware test to search for errors, but be aware that it only catches ...


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I think by memory you mean disk space - that really depends on how many movies and other files you want to store at a time. There should be no difference in video/audio quality. The only exception is if you're running something else that is so taxing on the computer that it is not able to play the video in real time. If that happens, close down the other ...


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The answer is Yes, they are supported in Windows. The Windows Support image which gets downloaded from Boot Camp Assistant.app if you are on a 2018/2019 MBP shows AMD drivers. These can be downloaded manually using the brigadier tool, by specifying the correct model name (e.g. MacBookPro15,3).


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I found the only way for me to make it work was installing windows on VirtualBox, and then use Rufus in the virtual machine to create the bootable usb drive. A bit tedious but it works.


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Do the following on a PC: Create a folder called "wim" on the root of your C drive (so C:\wim). Inside that folder, create another folder called "split." Of course you can create different names, but for the sake of the following command, we are going with this. Now copy your large wim file to C:\wim. Type the following command, which will split your wim ...


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