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On Intel era iMac can an Apple update to Mac OS break Boot Camp partiton?

First, as of 3 October 2023 this is the #1 result in Google for questions regarding BIOS and Boot Camp. Proves nothing other than it's a valid question as there are many other results basically about ...
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On Intel era iMac can an Apple update to Mac OS break Boot Camp partiton?

Intel Macs through the 2014 model year either were shipped with a BIOS in the firmware or a BIOS could be installed through a firmware update. Originally, firmware updates were manually downloaded ...
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How to create a Windows 10 or Windows 11 bootable USB on a Mac for PC without Bootcamp, when install.wim is too large

WinDiskWriter is an open source free tool to make from macOS a bootable USB drive with Microsoft Windows. available for Mac OS X Snow Leopard up to the latest macOS Sonoma. This application will ...
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How does iOS Photos app know to group burst photos?

As a bizarre edge case, I will add an additional way that the macOS (not iOS but have not tested the iOS for this) can group burst photos. It's widely reported that a shared BurstUUID in the EXIF ...
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Bootcamp - "Can’t install the software because it is not currently available from the Software Update server." Error

[My answer given on 13/09/2023]: I guess you started here: You say you have the support files: this being the case i.e. you have driver ...
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Triple booted macbook pro has 6 boot options instead of 3, how do I delete the rest?

I believe you just highlight a tag you do not want, then hit the minus (-) key. For a complete explanation, see the excerpt below, which was taken from The rEFInd Boot Manager: Configuring the Boot ...
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Truly Windows keyboard behavior on a MacBook Pro

I am using this popular open source tool to get the alt + tab windows switching because Mac's window switching is too complicated for me.
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