- Macbook Pro 11,3 (15" Mid 2014 Retina)
- Running 10.14 Mojave
- 1 TB internal SSD
- Winclone 7.1.1
- Windows 10 Boot Camp Partition
I originally had a 350-650 (Mac-Windows) split and wanted to change this to an even 500-500 split.
Followed these steps:
- Clicked ‘Create Image from Volume’ and selected the 650GB ‘BOOTCAMP’ partition
- Let it create the image, which ended up being ~150GB based on 230GB of used space on the partition
- Opened Disk Utility and clicked “Partition”, with “APPLE SSD SM1024F Media” selected
- Deleted the BOOTCAMP partition, clicked Apply
- Clicked “Partition” again, then added a 500GB MS-DOS (FAT) formatted partition
- Clicked “Restore Image” in Winclone, chose the image created in step 2 and then the new FAT partition
- Receive a warning that the image is ~1370GB (!?!?!) whilst the volume is only 500GB, clicked Continue
- Restore successful confirmation
- Attempt restart, get blue screen and 0xc0000001 error repeatedly
I didn’t get any prompts to do with SIP or any INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE errors / black screen on start up, the computer just restarts a few times (windows logo + spinner) then goes straight to a blue screen stating:
"Your PC couldn’t start properly
After multiple tries, the operating system on your PC failed to start, so it needs to be repaired.
Error code: 0xc0000001
You’ll need to use recovery tools."