Expand Windows Filesystem in Winclone 9 or later

Note: This option is not needed for WIM-based imaging and should not be used unless block-based imaging is required. “Select Volume” will show any currently attached volume that is NTFS formatted and has Windows installed. When the “Expand” button is pressed, the NTFS filesystem will be resized to use all available space on the partition.

Create Winclone Image from WIM in Winclone 9 or later

WIM is a common format Windows uses to distribute files and folders in a single, compressed archive. Winclone can import a Windows WIM file, such as an install.wim, from Windows install media and save to a Winclone image. “Select WIM” will open a standard macOS open dialog to select a WIM file. A WIM file…

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Create Package with Winclone 9 or later

Partitioning Options Create Package will create a package that contains the selected image. The package will restore Windows. You can set options on how the partition is selected when restoring or how the Boot Camp partition is created. When the Boot Camp partition is created, the size of the partition will be based on the…

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Create Image from Volume with Winclone 9 or later

Find an older version of this article here. Create Image from Volume creates a complete image of the Boot Camp partition, including all files, folders, applications, and the Windows operating system. The clone is saved to an image which can be restored using Restore from Image. “Select Volume” will show any currently attached volume that…

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Block-Based Imaging vs. WIM-Based Imaging

Winclone 6 (or later) has the ability to create Winclone images in either file-based (WIM) or block-based mode.  This article explains the difference and information on selecting the correct format. File-based (WIM) image format WIM format creates a Winclone image by creating an archive of all the files on a Windows volume.  All of meta-data (such…

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Inject AppleSSD driver in Winclone 8.2

Overview Migrating a Boot Camp partition from a older, non-T2 Mac can result in a blue screen with the error message (stop code) Inaccessible Boot Device. Winclone 8.2 adds a new feature to inject the Apple SSD driver to resolve this issue. A beta version of Winclone 8.2 is available for download. Download the latest…

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Deploying macOS and Windows 10 Using Winclone Pro and MDS

Note: Please use MDS 1.5 or later and Winclone Pro 7.3.3 or later. MDS is a free, efficient way to deploy macOS, packages, and scripts to modern Macs. Winclone Pro creates standard macOS packages that partition and install Windows 10. Using MDS, you can quickly deploy Dual Boot Macs, setting up both the Mac partition…

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What’s New in Winclone 8.2

Driver Install Option After Restoring Winclone will now prompt to install drivers after an image is restored if no AppleSSD driver is detected on the restored partition. Driver Install Tool Option A new Tools menu item and sheet are now available for inserting drivers into a Boot Camp partition. Drivers Supported Winclone now supports the…

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Inject Boot Camp Drivers in Winclone 9 or later

Overview Migrating a Boot Camp partition from a older, non-T2 Mac can result in a blue screen with the error message (stop code) Inaccessible Boot Device. Winclone 8.2 or later can inject the Boot Camp drivers to resolve this issue. Visit our product page to download the latest version of Winclone. Instructions To inject the…

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What’s New in Winclone 8.1

Fixed Issue with “Make EFI Bootable” in Tools Menu If a BCD file did not already exist on the EFI partition, the BCD file was not updated. Winclone 8.1 can build a BCD from scratch. Note: This issue did not affect restoring images, as the BCD was set correctly.