I’m hoping someone can help. I am running a 2016 MacBook Pro (USB-C model with the touchbar). I took an image of my old Bootcamp (Windows 7) partition via Winclone 6 (Standard edition) and restored the image to my new mac. I ran sysprep successfully before creating the image and it ran successfully. When I try to hold down option, Bootcamp/windows does not show up. The only way to get it to show up is if I go back into winclone and switch that volume to EFI mode. After I do that, i can then select “Windows” but the screen is black.
Any idea? Let me know if you need any more info.
Exact steps taken:
- Run sysprep (w/ generalize selected) and shut down when complete
- put old mac in target disk mode & plug into new mac
- In Disk Utility, create a new partition (FAT32) called “BOOTCAMP” (same size as the old bootcamp partition)
- Open Winclone 6 (Standard), select “BOOTCAMP” volume from target disk computer as source, create image. Save image to external hard drive.
- Once image completes, restore image onto volume “BOOTCAMP” from step 3.
- Reboot holding down Option. Note only “Macintosh HD” shows up
- Boot in mac OS (Sierra), open winclone, select local BOOTCAMP volume, select “Make Legacy bootable”.
- Reboot. Same issue as step 6.
- Boot in mac OS, open winclone, select local BOOTCAMP volume, “Make EFI Bootable”
- Reboot. Windows now shows up but results in a black screen.