- Nov 25, 2009
I tried it, but it got stuck on partitioning. Anyone have any clue if it works?
I would just like to add that bootcamp still does not seem to be working when using the internal harddrive/ssd, but it works perfectly fine with my external ssd. If this set up is necessary, you should probably first do so under Sierra, then once Windows is up and running, upgrade to High Sierra.Just came to say that my bootcamp partition stoped working after installing high sierra so if you use bootcamp i would stick to sierra.
Seriously? I just did a fresh install of Sierra, then upgraded to High Sierra, and after partitioning and rebooting, either when I boot into the Windows startup disk, I’ll always get a GPT error, or if I boot into the EFI boot, I’ll always get an error saying a “partition can’t be created or is lost”. Both errors are given when I try to click “next” after formatting the Windows partitions. It was happening to me all day yesterday.I'm on latest beta, non-APFS, and I successfully used the Bootcamp Assistant to install a Windows 10 partition with no issues.
And you’re getting this error in a bootcamp assistant in macOS?Beta 7 and still unable to use bootcamp.
“Your disk could not be partitioned”
I was experiencing the same problem, when I looked deeper into it, I also discovered I couldn't use any method to re-partition my hard drive manually either. After doing some digging, it appeared to be related to local time machine snapshots. Check this link out and follow the instructions. It worked for me!I tried it, but it got stuck on partitioning. Anyone have any clue if it works?