Unable to download the newest bootcamp drivers for my windows partition

Bootcamp assistant is giving me this error :

The Startup disk must be formatted as a single mac OS Extended (Journaled) volume or already partitioned by Boot Camp Assistant for installing Windows.

I’m trying to update the boot camp drivers for my MacBook Pro 2018 running Mojave and Windows 10. I’m trying to follow the instructions to update the bootcamp drivers for my windows side. Hitting the above error when trying to download the new software. Ideas?

Windows 10 (Bootcamp) Bluescreen when connected to home networks due to Active Directory – Works fine on Company Network

I’m running a 2018 MacBook pro with Windows 10 via bootcamp.

It’s managed via active directory by my company.

When connected to the company network on premises, everthing is fine – regardless of whether a wired or a wireless connection is used – so I don’t think it is a WiFi driver as others have suggested. I also know for a fact that this isn’t a deliberate policy applied by the company – we often work from home so the company doesn’t have issues with us using home networks.

The bluescreen error code is 0x0000082d. A little bit of research didn’t turn up much about this particular error.

I suspect that what is happening

I suspect that what is happening is that when I am on a home network (tried on multiple networks) the laptop reaches out to the active directory server for some reason, can’t reach it because I am not on the company network, and then crashes.

This suspicion is further supported after I have checked the Windows “Event Viewer” – I see the following Error event:

The processing of Group Policy failed because of lack of network connectivity to a domain controller. This may be a transient condition. A success message would be generated once the machine gets connected to the domain controller and Group Policy has successfully processed. If you do not see a success message for several hours, then contact your administrator. 

which is then immediately followed by a “BugCheck” event:

The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck.  The bugcheck was: 0x0000082d (0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000). A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 53fb8cde-6982-4bb5-84d8-7e9ecdd3d860. 

There are other users experiencing the same issue, but not all users. Additionally, there doesn’t seem to be a set time interval. The bluescreens happen approximately every 20 minutes or so, but this does not appear to be a firm number.

What gives? Is this the result of a screwed up AD policy? Or something else?

I have two bootcamp partitions but not my original 500GB

I have a mid 2014 MacBook Pro running Mojave. I recently tried to dual boot windows on my MacBook but in the process corrupted my original Macintosh HD and am left with a 85GB bootcamp partition. I wanted to revert back to the original so I saved that 85GB with time machine on a external hard drive. I tried to erase the 85GB drive and then delete it from internet recovery and go back to my original 500GB. That didn’t work and I was left with a blue screen saying enter to try again, f8 for something and another something but I can’t remember what it was for. From there I reinstalled Mojave on the 85GB partition and went to disk utility on my MacBook. I tried to restore the 415GB partition and somehow screwed up and am left with 2 bootcamp partitions of 85GB and 415GB.

Here are pictures of the two in disk utility.

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And here is a picture of when I type in diskutil list

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And here is a picture of diskutil afps

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Is there any way for me to get back to my original 500GB partition and restore back to the data that was on my 85GB partition.

Any help would be immensely appreciated.

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I am currently trying to install bootcamp, however i am experiencing the following error: “The startup disk does not have enough space to be partitioned.” “You must have at least 42GB of free space available.”

I have checked my storage and i have 62GB available storage. I have checked and my Time machine is switched off and I have also tried sudo tmutil thinlocalsnapshots / 999999999999 in terminal and still not working. I would really appreciate if someone can help. I am using macOS Mojave. Thanks