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  1. rhart14

    Dual Boot Partitions Messed Up

    I created a new partition using disk utility and then deleted it to create unallocated space using the windows installer.
  2. rhart14

    Dual Boot Partitions Messed Up

    Catalina 10.15.5, APFS
  3. rhart14

    Dual Boot Partitions Messed Up

    UEFI USB
  4. rhart14

    Dual Boot Partitions Messed Up

    It gives me the same error: "We couldn't create a new partition or locate an existing one"
  5. rhart14

    Dual Boot Partitions Messed Up

    When I click on new, it automatically creates 4 volumes, just the same as it does when I try to proceed with the installer on the unallocated space.
  6. rhart14

    Dual Boot Partitions Messed Up

    I only have one drive unfortunately, and I would prefer not to purchase another one, especially since all the guides I have found make this seem like it should be doable. I have also verified when in the windows installer, that it has been booted in UEFI mode.
  7. rhart14

    Dual Boot Partitions Messed Up

    I have been selecting the uefi option at boot, and I just verified that the windows installer is booted in UEFI (image attached). Is there any difference between booting the installer in UEFI and the installer actually being for UEFI?
  8. rhart14

    Dual Boot Partitions Messed Up

    That was the guide I was following. I did everything the same as that guide, but after I create the free space at the end of my drive and hit next, the windows installer gives me the error "Could not prepare the computer for boot" I have attached screenshots of my drive structure before...
  9. rhart14

    Dual Boot Partitions Messed Up

    I am trying to dual boot OSX and Windows 10 on my desktop hackintosh. OSX is fully installed, and I have created Windows 10 install media on a flash drive. I am able to boot into the installer, but when I tell the installer to install in the unallocated space (~250gb), it creates 4 partitions...
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