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I would plan on zero support since Microsoft only supports their server os and many desirable features are still absent for this filesystem like quotas, bootable filesystem, removable media, encryption, etc... https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/storage/refs/refs-overview It looks like Microsoft is adding a scrubbable and more resilient / thin ...


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"...at the local library network..." Most likely the library's firewall/router appliance blocks RDP. This is a good security measure to keep bad actors from attempting to take control of compromised PCs inside the library's public net, as well as keeping bandwidth down from users who should be using the library net for library-related activities such as ...


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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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It does it because the external display isn't waking up fast enough to register with the Mac. Not sure there's any way to fix that unless you can try wake it manually first.


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I read your this article. Follow the steps outlined in the article with these adjustments. I'd set up three partitions instead of four: macOS, swap and Windows. I'd adjust the macOS partition to the size you want to for linux. I'd install linux over the top of the macOS partition. I've set up a triple boot system before but I haven't tried this procedure. ...


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The problem is that Windows thinks you have two screens attached. You aren't seeing any icons or windows because they're opening up on the "other" screen, which you don't have (you're seeing the "secondary" screen). Short story: Because you nuked the macOS partition and installed Windows from scratch, Windows likely installed in EFI mode, which is not ...


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I’m assuming you have a bootable Windows 10 pen drive with Mac drivers. I didn’t read any tutorials for doing it, the following is what I would try given your circumstances (and considering I’ve already installed Windows a few times on a few different Macs for gaming). I would try to go on with the Bootcamp Assistant even though it says Windows 8, follow ...


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The short answer is that you do not want to attempt what you are trying to do. At this point, I would recommend concentrating on undoing any damage that you might have caused by the steps you have already taken. You should edit your question and post the output from the following commands. diskutil list sudo gpt -r show /dev/disk0 sudo fdisk /dev/disk0 ...


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In the MobileSync folder, go into the Backup folder which will probably just contain a pile of folders and files. Open these files in some type of Media Player (Quicktime is probably the best option). There may be of items once you open them, but if you sort by size you should get video, audio, and photos to float to the top.


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Managed to get this working. For the keyboard/mouse issue, this is related to the Windows support software download from Boot Camp. Boot Camp Assistant > Action > Download Windows Support Software. Mine was around 1GB. Be patient. Don't use direct links you might find from other posts linking you to Apple support downloads. The contents should be copied ...


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I had the same issue. Using bluetooth or wireless keyboard was the problem in my case. Rebooting from Bootcamp to Mac was too fast for the bluetooth/wireless keyboard connection. Switching to a cable connection fixed the issue.


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The bootcamp tools installation did not help. I uninstalled the driver and restarted the mac. Then everything was ok.


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Actually they do work... in powershell run the installer for the force switch. Apple puts a check in the installer for each model. The 1809 compatible installer must be downloaded from a Mac that was built after 1809 was released. Example Mac Mini 8,1. Create the boot camp installer from that hardware and you can run that installer on previous versions of ...


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Parallels 15 has DirectX 11 support... finally. (To be fair, none the competitors seem to have it yet, so I guess it wasn't a simple fix)


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