I have a Samsung T5 and when I go to disk Utility and erase the drive I am able to name it and format it but there is no option for Scheme to select GUID so that I can get it ready to put windows on the drive. Can someone please help?
I have a question I am hoping you might be able to answer. I did this procedure on a Samsung T5 drive and it worked perfectly. I have been using it and running Windows 10 without any problem for several months. I created the bootable windows 10 drive on a new 27" iMac running Mojave. I would really like to also use it on a 2016 MacBook Pro running Yosemite but it will not boot. The drive is recognized but when I try to boot to it, it says that I don't have permission to use the drive.Format the drive Fat32 using Boot Camp that external! Then take the Windows Machine installer will format that drive!
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Thanks chabig. In reading the link you provided, my 2019 27"imac is not listed as one of the machines having the T2 (which is probably why it works) and it doesn't look like my 2016 MacBookPro has it either. I'm going to double check this evening.Just a note...the T5 drives generally aren't bootable on T2 Macs.