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samcema

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Jan 19, 2015
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Hi all,

I am currently using a mid 2014 13 inch rmbp using Mojave 10.14.6 and recently upgraded to crucial p1 nvme drive. However, during windows installation (win 10, ver 2004) I am getting into an BSoD error saying (WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR) (attached pic) and the installation goes onto infinite loop of restart (attached pic). I tried reinstalling from scratch but ran into the same problem every time. And when I am holding the option key during boot its giving me two EFI boot. Please can you guys help me how to solve this problem? I really need to install the boot camp right now. I have attached the pics. Please help me out. Thanks.
 

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Bionic Warrior

macrumors newbie
May 12, 2021
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Hi, I had the same issue with my mid 2014 MacBook Pro 13 and the work around got me into Windows. It is also upgraded to NVME with sintech NGFF to m.2 and Crucial P1 1TB nvme.

I then had issues with the boot camp control panel telling me I wasn’t an admin (fixed this by running the Apple software updated thing).

Now I receive the blue screen when the power is unplugged. The message is WHEA_UNCORECTABLE_ERROR. Can anyone help? Thanks in advance

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advcha

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Jul 25, 2021
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Hi @Bionic Warrior, I got the same problem. Have you solved the problem?
I think the problem caused by the Apple Software Update and/or windows update. Somehow the update would change the installed hardware drivers. So don't use the Apple Software Update and/or windows update after the successful windows installation. I know the bootcamp software on windows would not. probably you can run the bootcamp as administrator.
 
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