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How to Dual-Boot with Windows 10 and Mac OS?

jakep0802
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Right now, I would like to be able to dual-boot into Mac OS with Windows 10 as a base? Could anyone tell me how or link me to a tutorial (if it isn't against the rules)? Any help is greatly appreciated.

 

Edit: I have a mac to download an OS.

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I have done something like this before. But, your best place for this to search is tonymacx86. They might have some step by step solutions for that. Clover EFI is the base where you need to start from. Unless you're booting on a Legacy BIOS, you need to search differently.

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Follow this guide for the disk set up if you're planning on using the same drive: https://hackintosh-multiboot.gitbook.io/

And then use this for the install: https://hackintosh.gitbook.io

 

I suggest you to not use the tonymacx86 tools (mainly Multibeast) if you want a more stable system and easier troubleshooting

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