I am also having this issue. I bought this program just a few hours ago. I am on a Mac mini 2018, Windows 10 Home, using a Samsung X5 thunderbolt 3. Since it is a T2 Mac, I disabled that. I made sure that it can be booted from an external drive. I also disabled SIP.
The original bootcamp on the internal drive works fine. But trying to boot with the external drive just gives me a blue screen that something went wrong. I hope there is guidance given, otherwise I agree that a refund should be considered.
External booting can be tricking. We do test it in multiple different scenarios to verify it does work with modern hardware and Windows 10, but it doesn’t always work. If it doesn’t work for you, please request a refund at :
Ok, I haven’t quite given up yet. I figured out that when I restarted after Sysprep, holding down the option key was not working, and for whatever reason the my Mac Mini was booting with a black screen…no Apple logo and no Windows logo and nothing would work until I booted in recovery mode. I finally figured out that after running Sysprep and shutting down, I need to immediately start up in recovery mode. I was then able to clone the bootcamp partition and restore to the external drive.
Now when I boot the the restored drive, windows actually starts to boot with a message that it is preparing the system. However, the boot eventually fails, and I’m left with a variety of options to restart in safe mode, safe mode with command prompt, etc. the next reboot fails altogether.
Now that I can get to this point, what is the best course of action?