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The Bootcamp Assist tool is pretty flaky in general. When it's on the happy path it appears to make everything much easier. But the moment something goes wrong it tends to be pretty useless and can provide misleading information on what is actually going on. I've got a Power Mac, a Mac Book Pro, and an iMac. If I do a fresh install of mac OS High Sierra on any of them Boot Camp Assist tends to fail in some way or another. After much pain and frustration I've got my procedures and steps that I go through to get around the problem.




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With all that done you are past the obstacle of getting Bootcamp. The next potential obstacle is repartitioning the disk. Sometimes at this step Bootcamp will show a progress bar that stops progressing. This can be hard to spot as when it works properly it can be slow. If you find that Bootcamp cannot repartition the disk close Bootcamp Assist and reboot your machine while holding Command, Option, P, and R. You'll hear the Mac start-up sound, but don't release the buttons. Wait until you hear it a second time and then release them. After your computer boots try again to repartition the disk.


It looks like Apple has gone in the incorrect direction. I am in the need of a direct download of the Boot Camp 6 drivers because the Boot Camp Assistant is always telling me that it cannot download the driver to any of my 6 pen drives or 2 external hard disks because of "an error." There is no specific detail about the error, so I cannot troubleshoot a thing.


This is not the first time that I try to or successfully create bootable USB flash drives with the Boot Camp Assistant, and I know how the drives must be formatted, space requirements, etc..., so that can be taken out of the equation. Bottom line, I am stuck; I cannot get the latest drivers to load them in Windows 10, which was installed with the standard set of drivers from Microsoft.


I ended up remembering that there is an option in the Apple Softwaree Update app that allows you to download for later installation. So, I used it and grabbed the single executable file of 1.x GB. That is what I needed. All directly from Apple without third parties involved.


Apple please help us. Pretty much in the same scenario. My track pad and camera no longer works in windows 10. For some reason I need to restore Windows 10 to the default settings and doing so uninstalled Bootcamp utility, I know its Microsoft fault. But we need to reinstall the drivers manually anyway & something is not right with Bootcamp Utility in Mac as its downloading the driver like forever even in fast internet connections.


Hi my macbook is a late 2013 15inch model. I just did a clean installation of Windows 10 ver 1607 (anniversary edition). It is the only partition on my macbook. So I don't have any access to OSX. Now I need to install the driver package, but I couldn't find it anywhere on apple support page. Is there a direct download link for the drivers? Thanks!


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At this point, the Windows installer has copied all the files to the external drive, and has set up a boot environment that you can start your Mac from. Next time you boot from the external drive, Windows will complete the installation process.


If I use the bog standard Bootcamp installer it loads the Latest Bootcamp Drivers Prior to installation & then installs them automatically after it has installed Windows 10 I have no choice of the Bootcamp Drivers installing untill after Logging into My Windows account with NO WI-FI or blutooth drivers; that in itself is bad enough but my routers in the loft and requires roughly 50ft of ETHERNET CABLE to be plugged in before I am able to use any online updates or regerstering my account.


I have even disabled CSR to try and bypass the countless failed downloads of Bootcamp support software to no avail; the message is always the same DOWNLOAD COULD NOT CONTINUE. Anerror occurred while downloading Windows Support Software.


I have run into a snag, and am not sure how to resolve it. When I get to the step of selecting the bootcamp.vmdk file as the existing hard disk file to use, it gives me this error message.Failed to open the disk image file /Users/macuser/bootcamp.vmdk.


I followed the directions as originally posted (DOS_FAT_32 with MBR on the external) and got all the way through the windows virtual install without a glitch. When I rebooted my mac, holding option, the only boot option that appeared was my Mac HD.


When you hold the option key during boot, you should see all drives capable of booting. If you have both an internal bootcamp partition and an external bootcamp drive, you should see both as well as the Mac OS partition. If you are not seeing the external EFI drive then it is not bootable and something is wrong with it.


Are you sure? If you cloned the internal bootcamp partition to the external drive, it will look the same until you make some changes to it, like installing additional applications or UI personalizations. You can also easily tell by opening Windows Disk Manager.


I went back to the previous step that directed to eject the external drive. After doing that, I checked in Disk Utility and was not able to see the disk. I removed and replaced the disk and it showed in Disk Utility . I unmounted it in Disk Utility and ran the command again. This time it mapped, but mapped to /users/my name/bootcamp.vmdk. When I continued to the VirtualBox, I ran into another error.


Awesome. Many thanks! Is there a way to clone such external disk containing Boot Camp to boot Windows on Mac? I mean, something similar to SuperDuper or Carbon Copy Cloner that do it with Mac bootable disks, but to clone the bootable Windows on Boot Camp on the external disk.


Many Thanks for the very clear instructions! Will all this work on a previously partitioned external drive? For example, a 1TB partitioned drive of say, 500 gb MacOS extended, and the other a 500 GB partition for the Windows external bootcamp option(Fat32/NTSF)? Alternatively, with the newly created NTSF Windows/Bootcamp setup on a 1TB external, how can the Mac read/write for general backups and file storage purposes the remainder NTSF portion?


I tried the below-linked approach the other day and it worked flawlessly, and uses a free copy of WinToUSB from the virtual machine version of Windows to make the external disk bootable. This approach was flawless the first time. VMWare Fusion 12 has a free license for personal use (you just have to register an account) and is a lot less dodgy than VirtualBox, which I found to be slow and unstable by comparison.


I tried a few ways but only this worked for me:Needed: USB flash drive 8GB or more, Windows iso, VirtualBox + Extension Pack, WinToUSB ( ) and of course the external drive. WinToUSB free works with Windows10 Home. Please read info on their site for other Windows versions.Use Bootcamp Assistant to download the Windows Support files (you might need to click in the menu for Action).Use Disk utility to format the USB flash drive to exFAT and the external drive to GUID HFS+ or FATCopy the Windows iso, Windows Support files and WinToUSB to the USB flash drive and eject.Install VirtualBox and Extension Pack. Start VirtualBox and make a Windows10 virtual machine (VM), be sure the USB port is enabled.Start the Windows VM. Attach the USB flash drive and the external drive that you want Windows on.Copy the files from the flash drive to the VMs desktop.Install WinToUSB. Open WinToUSB and select the Windows iso as source and the external drive as goal. Let WinToUSB do its work. Wait until it says 100% and then (important:) click HOME. Now copy the Windows Support files to the external drive.Close the VM and VirtualBox and reboot. As soon as you hear the startup sound hold the Alt-key until you see the options for startup. Choose the EFI disk.Now you have to install Windows. When finished, open the Windows Support folder and click setup to install the Bootcamp-drivers.Done!


When you have no sound please do not reinstall. It is unnecessary. Locate the AMD sound device in devicemanager. Select update driver and select the driver folder on the Bootcamp USB stick. The driver will update.


According to -os-catalina-doesnt-see-boot-camp-on-external-drive.2213418/ you may need to go into System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy > Full Disk Access and click on +, then select System Preferences from your Applications folder.


I have tried to install Windows 10 on an external drive but the set up is still looking for Parallels Desktop which I tried some time ago. This was uninstalled months ago and setup.exe does not recognise VirtualBox which I have now. Is there a way of getting around this and can I rid the system of any trace of parallels desktop?I am running Catalina on the Mac and have an external drive formatted ready for use. Windows support software is downloaded on a correctly formatted USB.


I wonder if this would work with a partition in the internal drive. I have a SSD drive which is not the original Apple one (it was too small) but the new one does not support Bootcamp. I wonder if this procedure may help me install Windows 10 in a different partition of internal disk without using bootcamp


Failed:When Creating bootcamp.vmdk, I was getting I/O read error showing as its already in use.Solution:Make sure the External Drive on whom you want to install windows is ejected and run the command in terminal again.


Solution:I was not able to find its solution so far. Maybe its because bootcamp expects the installation of windows to be on MAC drive rather then on external drive.Any help in solving this problem will greatly help.


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