If you are using Macintosh and run Windows programs, what is the best way to run Windows 7 on Mac? What problems do you have to prepare for? How do I exchange files between Windows and Mac? How to allocate hard disk space? How to change distribution after installation, if necessary? Here are some decisions that work well.
Some Windows programs I needed would not work in virtualization mode. VirtualBox, Oracle's free emulator, is very good, but I needed to actually install Windows 7 on my Macintosh hard drive.
Run Windows 7 on Mac
Bootcamp includes the operating system in the Utilities folder and the installation process is simple. You need a Windows DVD installation disc. A basic or manufacturer installation disk is OK. Then print the Bootcamp instructions and share the hard drive to provide space for Windows. Bootcamp reformats the partitions on your existing hard drive without losing data. It is advisable to operate some maintenance utilities to reduce irregularities during the procedure. I used Cocktail to clear caches, run maintenance scripts, and obtain repair permissions. Then I started Disk Warrior to rebuild the existing directory on the hard disk so that it could be between the silent mistakes that existed in the perfect state. The file structure of the directory is all the files on the hard disk. These are optional fuses. Minimize the restart of the Mac by pressing shift button to start safe mode and check the system files. Then restart and use the Disk Utility to check the security of the disk structure.
Slow, but installation is smooth. Do not forget to keep the Option on your Mac and select the new Windows disk at each time you restart. After you start the Windows operating system, use the Macintosh Software Update Control Panel to update everything from your Windows pages. I installed MSSE – Microsoft's security essentials, a free anti-virus program. The problems started a few weeks later when I noticed that my hard disk was running almost continuously when I was using Windows.
I've allocated 27 GB, 10 GB to the minimum, but both Apple and Microsoft are "important" and "upgrade" my free domain, 1.5gb, less than ten percent of the total drive capacity leaving fewer workloads to write files
How to Add Space to Bootcamp Without Data Loss
There are two ways to respond to:
1) Reformat the drive from the Mac side with Bootcamp, lose all Windows data, partition and restart
2) Use Paragon CampTune 9
The second method I chose
After buying and downloading CampTune, the burning of the program onto the CD took place smoothly. I was able to remove the free space from the partition's Mac page but when I tried to give space to the Windows partition, the following message appears: "The operation failed The file system has allocation errors due to cross-linked files Tools for checking and fixing these errors Error source: Hard Disk Manager error code: 0x10018. "Developers are native German speakers, so the English are not flawed.
I left lost disk space on Mac and the same lack of space on Windows. I was thinking of going back to the first step, wiping it out and getting started. Fortunately, when an online service ticket was issued, the FAQ gave me the answer. The instructions showed three things:
1) How to use Disk Utility on Mac to check the file structure for errors. For two reasons I knew these files are ok, Disk Warrior has everything rebuilt, even if there are no bugs, and CampTune has successfully removed the free space from the Mac partition, which fileed a file check as one step.
2) recover unallocated free space on the drive. That was very useful. Open Disk Utility on Mac, click Partition, and drag the image to enlarge.
3) How to check file errors on the Windows partition. This was what I needed, but I needed command prompts: chkdsk c: / f. Command line commands are ok, but they make me nervous because sometimes you can actually get a damn when using a space or punctuation.
Chkdsk is a command that Windows runs the built-in control disks and fixes damaged files. Fortunately, this can also be run from the Windows Control Panel. Select Computer, then Bootcamp Disk, Properties, and Tools, and then select Disk Maintenance. You can then select the repair files or fix the files and try to repair the damaged blocks. Since the command line was only for the file fix, I chose this.
The computer must restart the drive, so the program runs on a black background. Could not finish, then CampTune successfully resized the partition. After that, Windows defragmented the disk and found the answer to my question: What is the best way to run Windows 7 on Mac?
Transferring Windows and Mac Files
Windows asks you to back up files and have an unused external hard disk, but formatted using the HFS + for Macintosh. Windows 7 format must be formatted with Microsoft's own NTFS system. Mac can read these files and copy them from the Bootcamp partition to the Mac desktop by dragging, but Windows can not read Mac HFS +. I sent Mac text files to them and then opened them online in Windows. It works like this. Both Windows and Mac can read FAT (MS / DOS) as the Mac invites. Just open the Macintosh Disk Utility and format the old Mac drive to FAT32. This is approx. It takes five seconds and effectively erases all the data on the drive as it can no longer access it, but can easily read and share files between Windows 7 and Mac simply drag it to the Mac desktop from each hard drive.