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Generally, it is not recommended to boot a Windows installation from a different computer. However, do so has been known to work. You should make sure Secure Boot is set to detect and boot from external drives. You should first determine if the external drive is using a GUID partition table (GPT) or a MBR partition table. This can be done by looking at ...


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After trying and search solutions for days with getting no answer I finally resolved it myself by: Backup MacOs using CCC to another harddisk Erase my internal disk with APFS format Reinstall my High Sierra OS Re-do the steps https://bit.ly/2JiffBl Finally USB can be boot again to install Also need to make sure regarding the format of drive since I was ...


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I am pretty sure that you should be able to switch between Windows 10 and macOS through the BootCamp-Utility under Windows. I am running a Mac Pro 5.1 with macOS Catalina(APFS Partition) on my NVMe Drive and Windows 10 on a SATA-SSD and I always switch between Windows and macOS either via 'Startup Disk' under macOS, or use the BootCamp Utility under Windows. ...


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I am not sure how having a non EFI graphics card effects choosing the startup disk from BootCamp installed in Windows. This answer is based on the assumption there would be no effect. Older versions of Boot Camp can not detect APFS volumes. This problem may solved by using Apple Software Update to download and install a newer version of the Boot Camp ...


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You need to boot to macOS Recovery. Instructions for booting to macOS Recovery over the internet can be found here. Once booted to macOS Recovery, open a Terminal application window and enter the following commands. diskutil unmountdisk disk0 gpt remove -i 2 /dev/disk0 diskutil unmountdisk disk0 gpt add -i 2 -b 409640 -s 101021416 -t 7C3457EF-0000-11AA-AA11-...


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