Have Macbook 12 running Windows 10 but have small issue, I know that the Boot Camp v6 Support Software allows read-only access to the Macintosh HFS+ partition, But while I'm in Windows I cannot see the Mac partition or access it. I did double check the HFS drivers are installed and I do not have FileVault enabled, did a search on google and some suggested I do the following: 1) Boot in MacOS 2) Open terminal 3) sudo su 4) diskutil corestorage list 5) find the UUID of your macintosh logical volume partition (usually the last, with the size of your MacOS partition) 6) diskutil corestorage revert UUID 7) this will revert the partition to standard partition (not logical volume) it's a quick operation, instantly revert your SSD with no data loss. 8) Reboot in windows, and now you should see Mac partition. Before I do the above steps I wanted to clarify is this safe? Will I corrupt the partition and end up not being able to boot to Mac or maybe Windows?