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Slccxx

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Jun 22, 2016
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Stucked in this 88% for few hours already. Anybody knows how to restart the installation without losing any data?
 

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keysofanxiety

macrumors G3
Nov 23, 2011
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Stucked in this 88% for few hours already. Anybody knows how to restart the installation without losing any data?

Windows is already installed, just going through the driver installs and stuff while setting up your user account.

Basically, you'll be fine to hold down the power button and turn it off. Then turn it back on and hold 'Alt' on startup to boot into the BootCamp partition. You won't have lost any data or need to restart the installation.
 

Slccxx

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jun 22, 2016
3
0
Windows is already installed, just going through the driver installs and stuff while setting up your user account.

Basically, you'll be fine to hold down the power button and turn it off. Then turn it back on and hold 'Alt' on startup to boot into the BootCamp partition. You won't have lost any data or need to restart the installation.
Ok thankyou!
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Windows is already installed, just going through the driver installs and stuff while setting up your user account.

Basically, you'll be fine to hold down the power button and turn it off. Then turn it back on and hold 'Alt' on startup to boot into the BootCamp partition. You won't have lost any data or need to restart the installation.
Hey, now it keeps asking me to restart my macbook as they encountered an unexpected error. What should i do? I clicked restart many times already but still the same
 

keysofanxiety

macrumors G3
Nov 23, 2011
9,539
25,302
Hey, now it keeps asking me to restart my macbook as they encountered an unexpected error. What should i do? I clicked restart many times already but still the same

Humm, are you getting a bluescreen? Could you photograph the error you're getting? Sometimes there's a problem with the SSD driver signing.
 

Slccxx

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jun 22, 2016
3
0
Humm, are you getting a bluescreen? Could you photograph the error you're getting? Sometimes there's a problem with the SSD driver signing.
No. They just popout a notice saying that im encounted an unexpected error. Asking me to restart the computer
 
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