im going to sperate my fusiondrive in order to get my boot camp partition on the SSD part.
(Imac 2019, 2TB Fusiondrive, Mojave 10.14.5, Win 10 pro in boot camp partition)
All manuals i found, all using winclone, are relatet to earlier versions, without apfs. So I have some questions before I start.
As I learnd, winclone 7 works fine with apfs and mojave. In my setting, do I have to partition the SDD with apfs?
The (quite old) manual asks me to
- Seperate the fusiondrive
- Partition the SSD for boot camp, using the command: diskutil partitionDisk disk0 2 GPTFormat fat32 BOOTCAMP 100G jhfs+ coreStorage R
- Then re-organise both drives to fusiondrive (as I learnd, boot camp only works, when the boot camp partition is on the same drive as the mac os.)
- Then restore the winclone win-image to the just prepared boot camp partition
This manual says, format the boot camp partition fat32. The winclone forum says format the destination volume in ntfs. But Mojave prefers to work with apfs. So I m confused.
With winclone 7, do I have to change the part oft the command „GPTFormat fat32“ to something with apfs?
Maybe there is a difference in restoring in a existing boot camp partition or restoring on a empty drive?
Is it possible to quit step 2 and 3. Will Winclone create a bootable boot camp Win10 installation on this drive, even without a mac Os on the same drive?