Problem with bootcamp

ZiHACKING

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Jan 8, 2020
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Hi, I have a problem with bootcamp. I open bootcamp, select the ISO file of windows and I modify te size of partition. When the pc restart, the setup of windows start, but when I finished the selection of windows version (home, professional....) and start the copy of file in the partition windows back to me the following error:
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how can I bypass and resolve this error???
 

AnonMac50

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I can’t understand what that says, but if it says that it has an error in copying files, then what you need is to make sure that all USB drives or other drives are unplugged from the computer. Then run the setup. Don’t plug them back in until you have finished the install.
 

ZiHACKING

macrumors newbie
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Jan 8, 2020
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I can’t understand what that says, but if it says that it has an error in copying files, then what you need is to make sure that all USB drives or other drives are unplugged from the computer. Then run the setup. Don’t plug them back in until you have finished the install.
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askunk

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It's Italian. It says that it cannot find the location of the partition on the auto-install file "imageinstall". Therefore invites you to select another partition.
 

ZiHACKING

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Jan 8, 2020
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It's Italian. It says that it cannot find the location of the partition on the auto-install file "imageinstall". Therefore invites you to select another partition.
Yes i know that... but how can i do to select another partition??