Extracting a Winclone Image from a Package

If you created a Winclone package but no longer have the original Winclone image, you can extract the Winclone image from the package by following these steps: Control click on the package in the Finder, and select “Show Package Contents” A new Finder window will open showing a Contents folder. Open that folder, and then…

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Install Boot Camp Drivers

Open Boot Camp Assistant Boot Camp drivers can be downloaded to an external drive or burned to CD or DVD. This tutorial will explain how to install Boot Camp drivers by downloading to an external drive. Open Utilities -> Boot Camp Assistant. Unselect all options except “Download the latest Windows support sotfware from Apple”. Click…

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Installing License Key (Winclone 4 and 5 Only)

This article refers to Winclone 4 and 5 only. For Winclone 6 license installation help, see: How do I get a Winclone 6 License Key? When downloading and installing your license key please make sure to do the following: Right click on the license key link and select “Download linked file” Save the license key…

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Saving to FAT32 format

If you get this warning message: “You are saving an image onto a volume that only supports files less than 4 GB…” it means that the storage volume is probably in FAT32 format, which will allow a single file to be up to 4GB in size but no larger. The Winclone image file to save…

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Convert Windows XP from FAT32 to NTFS

Summary Converting Windows XP from FAT32 to NTFS1. Background2. Disadvantages and workarounds3. Advantages4. Make a backup5. Conversion process steps Introduction Microsoft ended mainstream support for the Windows XP operating system in 2009, but continue to provide security updates until April 2014. Those using XP installed on a DOS (FAT32)-formatted Boot Camp partition will find options…

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Re-Download License Key

Looking to re-download your license key? If so, please visit https://twocanoes.com/redownload Enter in the email you used to purchase your software and hit enter. A new download link and a link to access your license key will be emailed to you. Any problems? Email us at support@twocanoes.com

Run CHKDSK on Boot Camp

Overview As a maintenance practice, you should always run chkdsk in Windows prior to making a Winclone image, as well as when shrinking or expanding the Boot Camp file system. Chkdsk is an internal Windows maintenance utility that checks for disk errors and repairs bad blocks. Running chkdsk should be part of routine Windows maintenance….

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Troubleshooting Packages

Package Restore Stalls Is your package set to create a boot camp partition? If so,please verify: A current partition does not exist on thedestination machine The destination partition is at least 4-5GB larger than the original sourcepartition On the destination machine, open Disk Utility. Select your computer’s HDD and attempt to add a new partition…

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Migrating a Real PC to Boot Camp

Migrating a Real PC to Boot Camp Winclone can assist withmoving aentire PC operating system to Boot Camp without reinstalling Windows. Bear in mind that you will be removing the PC drive from the casing as part of this migration process. Make sure you are comfortable with removing the drive or have a technician remove…

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