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I don't use Windows that often and for that reason, I wanted to move the Bootcamp partition to an external hard drive, freeing up space for the Mac side on the internal SSD.
I'd read many conflicting reports on the web, some claiming they'd done it successfully, while others said it would be impossible, because Windows 7 wouldn't run from an external drive. I was very close to success with this USB 3 drive, but Windows would fail during start-up.
Get the Thunderbolt drive to work under your Bootcamp Windows 7 installation. This should be simple enough, but proved to be a little tricky. Make sure your Thunderbolt drive is disconnected before proceeding.
Restart your Mac and hold down the option key alt key on some keyboards during startup. Choose the Windows drive to start up Windows 7 on your Bootcamp partition.
If the downloaded driver installer is in a compressed format like zip for example be sure to decompress it before running the driver installer.
Shut down your computer. Connect your Thunderbolt drive to your computer. Still running Windows 7 with your Thunderbolt drive connected and visible to the system, it is now time to format your external Thunderbolt drive in NTFS-format. There are several ways of doing this. I used the procedure described here at tedhhack.
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If you pick the wrong one on the internal drive at first, simply restart the computer and choose the other one. You know you got the right one when the installation process continues and asks for further input. Clone your Bootcamp partition from your internal drive to the external Thunderbolt drive.
In this step you will copy all the software, drivers, settings and other files from your Bootcamp partition on your internal drive to your external Thunderbolt drive. Press Next and choose your internal Bootcamp partition as the Source Disk. Press Next again and choose your external Thunderbolt drive your newly installed Windows 7 as the Destination Disk.
Press Yes to this question. Next screen is an Operation Summery. Toward the bottom of the Operation Summery screen there are a few interesting options: If your destination partition is larger than your source destination like mine was, press Edit Size of Partition.
This will take you to another screen, where you can drag to resize the partition. I dragged this all the way to the right to give Windows 7 the full size of my external Thunderbolt drive.
Leave the checkbox Clone Sector by Sector unchecked. Now press the Start Clone button. When the cloning process is done, exit AOMEI Backupper and restart your computer holding down the option or alt key to start up in your new clone of your old Windows 7 with all the same software, drivers, settings and files.
Enjoy running all your Windows 7 applications from your external Thunderbolt drive! I am reluctant to entirely remove the Bootcamp partition from my internal drive, as I am unsure whether this will disable me from starting up in Windows.
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