Installation stuck at Windows Logo

Discussion in 'Windows, Linux & Others on the Mac' started by Enrico, Apr 17, 2017.

  1. Enrico macrumors 6502

    Enrico

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    Milano / Roma
    #1
    Trying to install a freshly downloaded ISO of Windows 10 x64 Creators update.... but all I get is a windows logo after the Bootcamp Assistant partitions and reboots my 2015 MacBook 12".

    Not using a USB drive, just giving the Assistant the ISO location...

    Any idea why?
    Thanks!


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  2. alex.houston macrumors member

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    Indiana
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    How to install Windows 10 Creators Update on a Mac using Boot Camp Assistant
    https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT207606
    "First-time installations of Windows 10 Creators Update are not currently compatible with Boot Camp Assistant on macOS. Apple and Microsoft are working to resolve this issue. In the meantime, users wishing to use Windows 10 Creators Update on a Mac can first install Windows 10 Anniversary Update using Boot Camp Assistant. Then update to Windows 10 Creators Update from within Windows running on your Mac."
     
  3. larilu macrumors newbie

    larilu

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    I had the same problem with my MPB 6,1. Trying to install Win10 via DVD would get stuck at the very begining after win logo shows up just like yours. After trying many different win10 versions, burning different iso's to DVD's etc.. I accidentally found a solution. Afer partitioning your HD go to settings/startup disk and click on your Mac partition and restart. Then, holding alt key select your windows installation, win logo will appear and after 3-4 min the installation will begin. I dunno why but this has worked for me, i was able to finally install win10. Hope it helps.
     

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