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Question: Bootcamp Control Panel disappeared after I refreshed Win 10 on my Mac Book Pro.

I have my MBP 1TB disk evenly spill between Mac OS 10.13.4 and Win 10 Bootcamp. Has been working great for a long time until this week when I did Win 10 updates and the update data base became corrupted. SoI did a Win 10 refresh. Now Win 10 works great, but there is no sign of Bootcamp Control Center and no icon to switch back to Mac OS. I also noted the size of the Bootcamp disk is only about 370GB instead af the about 500GB it used to be. I'm thinking maybe it put a new instance of Win 10 on instead of refreshing the old Bootcamp instance.


How do I fix it?


Herb

iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2013), OS X Yosemite (10.10.1), Aperture 3.6

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Apr 21, 2018 3:44 PM in response to dyerh In response to dyerh

How did you 'refresh' your PC? If you use Windows 'Reset my PC', you will need to re-install W10 BC drivers that can be downloaded from BC Assistant -> Action -> Download menu.


Check the GPT for the correct partition sizes.

Apr 21, 2018 3:44 PM

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