Today i transferred (clone) my original bootcamp partition (184 GB) via an external enclosure to my upgraded internal SSD (Aura X2). It took several hours but it was executed well and without errors.
Now when i startup the mac with the option key (to select for which to boot, which i do every day) and choose “Windows” it shows the apple logo (like when i select to boot from the partition that contains OSX).
In first instance i saw " EFI Windows" which was unfamiliar to me, then i searched and disabled SIP as instructed on the twocanoes website. After that i put the bootcamp disk in " Legacy mode" which resulted in my familiar bootscreen “Windows” (instead of “EFI Windows”) and Macintosh HD. So everything looks normal but when i select “Windows” to startup it shows an apple logo and the progressbar stays empty. For some reason it points to the wrong partition? I already reset the NVRAM which could have been an issue, according to some forums.
I hope you can help, i need my windows environment tomorrow and before cloning/imaging 184GB again it might be a simple solution…
Many thanks in advance.
Kind regards, Rein