- May 29, 2018
- ASUS ROG Strix z370-e
- GTX 1080
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Yes. I realize that this may have caused issues. Thank you, potentially going to reinstall.From what you have typed it seems you ignored the advice to disconnect the Mac drive when installing Windows? If so, thats probably your issue.... I followed that and with two SSDs had no issues with Windows messing with MacOS SSD.
It does not make any operational difference. OTOH, if you ever re-format the Mac OS drive for any reason, you will not be able to boot the Win10 drive. This is why we recommend having only the Win10-to-be drive connected when installing Win10 - the installer stomps on any drive installed in a higher priority port.
Launch the Win10 disk management tool and post a screenshot of the disk formatting.
Also, post a screenshot of Mac terminal command diskutil list
Thanks for your responses Going Bald, and dedication to this thread. It's really appreciated!
On the OSX side, my OSX boot drive is disk0 which has both OSX EFI and Microsoft on it.
On the windows side, the windows SSD is disk 3. I created the EFI partition but it created it as partition 3.
Is the solution to just unplug everything besides windows SSD and reinstall Windows 10?
Re: certain USB devices not getting power issue (it's happening again), I read this thread https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-usb-power-property-injection-for-sierra-and-later.222266/ (realize it's for laptops) and related ones to try and see if anything had changed in clover/config.plist since I installed windows but I can't find anything different. Attached config.plist, let me know if you need any other info.
Thanks again for your help.