Cloudready with Boot Camp Assistant on a Mac?

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  • Forrest Smith

    Alberto - 

     

    Any "standalone" install will wipe the whole disk. You can only "dualboot" with a standalone install procedure if you keep OSs on separate disks.

     

    If your Windows install is the largest partition on the disk, then the CloudReady dualboot install procedure may work to borrow from Windows. You will probably need to use the option-key on every boot to switch OSs tho. 

     

    Go ahead and try - worst case scenario with dualboot install is either a failure or an install of CloudReady which you can't access.

  • Max

    Alberto, did you try this and did it work? I'm really excited to be able to dualboot OSX and Cloudready!

     

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