I've install Windows 10 Pro on my Macbook Pro (I didn't use bootcamp (what I mean without bootcamp))


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I've install Windows 10 Pro on my Macbook Pro (I didn't use bootcamp (what I mean without bootcamp)) so I've Mac OS Sierra and Windows 10 Pro on the MacBook Pro. I've tried everything but no luck. I've tried to install adapters and drivers but that didn't help. By the way, I didn't install Windows 10 Pro on an virtual operating system or space. Please I need your assistance.
 
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Generally speaking you do need something like Bootcamp, Parallels or maybe VMWare to be able to run Windows on Mac hardware even though the MacBook/s use Intel CPUs. Adding to the issue is the formatting of the Mac drives [HPFS or HPFS+] probably doesn't allow Windows to recognize it.
https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT201468
 

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