Once I had initially created a boot camp partition using the daemon tools method with a windows 7 iso, I then tried an alternate method;
I found by using VMWare Fusion (8) and using the included CLI tool vmware-rawdiskCreator I was able to create a raw vmdk to install the windows 7 iso directly onto the physical bootcamp partition and then use the sysprep method to generalize, effectively cutting out the cloning steps and the requirement to buy winclone. It also bypassed the BitLocker steps for some reason.
I am not sure if virtualbox can do the same technique but might be worth looking into for compiling a completely free solution.]]>
I followed this guide and everything went fine. I have an issue only with the last step when I need to use Winclone. Could you please specify which versione has been used? I bought the basic one, but it doesn’t seem doing the job. Is there any open alternative in case?
What I did was easier.
1. Create a boot camp partition with the assistant. Use DaemonTools to mount the ISO as disc, after that it is quite simple to create the partition.
2. With VirtualBox, create a new virtualpc but use fixed size vdi disk for it. I used 20 GB to make it sure.
3. Install Windows 10 to it, proceed until you see the desktop. Shut down the virtualpc when finished.
4. Install Paragon Virtual Disk Mounter. It is free now. Mount the installed virtualpc disc.
5. Install Winclone and clone the mounted disk to your boot camp partition.
When finished, you can try restarting but if you don’t see windows partition, you can try installing refind.
I hope this will help you.]]>