Every time I try to use Boot Camp Assistant to install on my SSD, Windows 10 actually refuses to install because the disk is not formatted correctly? It throws up the error that the disk is formatted as MBR and it needs to be GPT, but if I re-format it as GPT, I get another error that says Windows cannot continue the install. I'm able to easily install to an HDD, but I can't install to either of my 2 SSDs (one is a samsung evo 860 and the other one is an OWC Mercury 3G SSD). I'm lost! The only way I can get boot camp to run on my machine is if I install to an HDD and then clone that to my SSD (it actually works), except I have trouble setting my boot disk because the link between macOS and Windows is lost which causes weird issues when I want to switch back and forth. Currently, when I boot up holding option down, I see my macOS drive, my recovery drive, and "EFI Boot"... and the only way Windows 10 actually boots correctly is if I select EFI Boot (since the startup disk control panel doesn't work). When I use the startup disk control panel, I get "No bootable device -- press any key to continue" Advice on how to get windows to install to my SSD? I feel like I've tried everything! Also, something is corrupt on my Windows SSD and I tried to boot into Recovery mode to repair it, but it says it needs to be repaired in Recovery mode, but I AM IN RECOVERY MODE! I don't get it.