Good evening everyone!

Please can I have some useful tips off somebody on here.

Basically in a nutshell, my Windows desktop has decided to completely give up 
the ghost, even with one of my Brother's hard drives in it.
It just won't boot up at all.

So I've decided to scrap it altogether and I'm now on the Mac full time.

I want to install Windows10 on it using BootCamp.

On Wednesday when I tried to do it with a friend and fellow  member Christopher 
Hallsworth, it created the bootcamp partition, but all I kept getting from 
VoiceOver is Bootcamp assistant busy.
So in the end because it just kept saying it all the time I rebooted it.

This worked in the respect that it would show in the finder, but it wouldn't 
show in the startup disk preferences.

Then tonight I've tried to remove the partition by clicking the restore button 
in BootCamp assistant.
Again exactly the same thing happened, just constantly saying Bootcamp 
assistant busy.

Does BootCamp need full Administrator rights to work properly?
Asking as I've had to use Disk utility for removing the partition.

Thanks very much.
I look forward to any responses.
I will check tomorrow.

My Mac book Pro is early 2015, it's got I think a duel core processor, and a 
128 GB hard drive.
Gary Price
Sent from my 13 inch Mac book pro.

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