Hello, I am using Winclone 6 and am running 10.11.6.
I Wincloned my Windows 7 onto an external hard drive prior to inserting my new SSD in my 2011 macbook pro. I cloned the Mac drive using superduper.
Anyways, after starting up my macbook with the new SSD inside, I went ot create a boot camp partition per the “Creating a Boot Camp Partition for Winclone 6 or later” article created on 10/01/19, last updated 11/23/20.
The first time I did this, I got an error message. I clicked the minus button in disk utility removing the faulty partition, and then restarted the computer.
On the second attempt, the partition was created. However, a third, unwanted was also created.
I have a 1 tb ssd. I asked disk utility to create a 385gb partition for Bootcamp. The unwanted partition is 115gb.
The minus sign for this partition is grayed out and I cannot remove it.
I suspect if I delete the 385gb Bootcamp partition the 115gb one will go away but I don’t know.
Any advice on how to rid the 115 gb one? I don’t want to waste that space.
Do you have access to the original hard drive still? If so, just wipe the new drive and migrate again like you did the first time. It seems that disk utility had a issue where it didn’t report a partition was created.