Bootcamp not recognized after upgrading to Win10

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  1. pacsailor macrumors newbie

    pacsailor

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    I have MacBook OSX 10.10.4. I installed Win7 using Bootcamp, and it worked fine. Last week I was prompted to upgrade to Win10 and I did. Then I ran Bootcamp.msx, which setup the track pad, so Windows is working well, and I can see my Mac partition. Rebooting to Mac, I do not see the Bootcamp partition, I opened Disk Utility app and it shows the Mac Disk partition and another partition disk0S4, it should have been BOOT CAMP. I tried to run Boot Camp Assistant and the two prompts I get are,

    - Download Windows latest Support Software
    - Remove Windows 7

    If I go to System Preferences -> Startup Disk, I see only the Mac disk

    I can reboot in either Windows or Mac by pressing the Option key at Startup, but I cannot see the Windows Bootcamp partition in Finder when in Mac.

    Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. CTU Kyoto macrumors member

    CTU Kyoto

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    If you have the Tuxera NTFS-3G preference pane installed to let you read your NTFS Boot Camp drive from OS X, that will be the reason. Find it in System Preferences and uninstall it and the Boot Camp drive should be instantly viewable again in Startup Disk preferences.
     
  3. pacsailor thread starter macrumors newbie

    pacsailor

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