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I've held off on upgrading my install of OSX for several weeks now because of the apparent damage it does to bootcamp partitions (lesson learned hard from Mavericks upgrade). Is there a way of doing the upgrade without losing my current Windows 10 installation? Or recovering the partition after the fact? Or ensuring my windows activation is recognised on a new bootcamp install (don't want a microsoft account)?

All my googling so far just seems to suggest Apple doesn't care enough to address this directly, after all, this is an 'enemy product', and the forums so far have produced very slim, very iffy fixes.

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u seem to have done your homework. the answer is no. not without using hacks and shoddy solutions. apple would never oficialy provide a fix for something like that.
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Feedback time. I bit the upgrade bullet a couple of weeks ago and was pleasantly surprised. My Win10 bootcamp installation was undamaged and fully functional afterwards. Things on the mac side however took a noticeable hit. The pinwheel has become a constant companion but thats a nyaya for another day.
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