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.
To inject the Apple SSD driver into a restored Boot Camp partition, follow the steps below.
NOTE: INJECTING A DRIVER INTO WINDOWS CHANGES FILES ON THE BOOT CAMP PARTITION AND COULD CAUSE THE BOOT CAMP PARTITION TO BECOME UNBOOTABLE. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A COPY OF ALL FILES PRIOR TO INJECTING THE DRIVER. If you have just restored a Winclone image to the partition, you will already have a copy of the files and a non-bootable partition. Therefore, this is likely not an issue. However, since it changes Windows, be careful and intentioned when injecting drivers.
- On the T2 Mac that requires the driver to be injected, download the Windows drivers by opening Boot Camp Assistant in the Utilities folder in macOS. Then, select
Action->Download Windows Support Software.
- Open Winclone 8.2 or later and select
Tools->Add Apple SSD Driver.
- Select the
AppleSSD.sysdriver located in
$WinPEDriver$/AppleSSD64from the downloaded Windows Support Software and select the Windows partition to inject the driver.