Updating drivers for bootcamp

This 'Apple DL1443: Boot Camp Software Update 3.3 for Windows' is definitely the required Update.I have a 2010 Macbook Pro with Snow Leopard (10.6.8) installed and couldn't get the right Boot Camp upgrade using any of the Apple download software from within the bootcamp Application.

Switch over to your Boot Camp installation of Windows, and open the Apple Software Update tool.

Install all the updates on that side, and then you should be free to use the normal Windows installation tool to update your version of Windows to Windows 10.

If you are already in Windows, 7-zip will open it: I have written a tool that helps me deploy Boot Camp in an organization where we manage a dual-boot lab environment, and one of its features is that it can download the driver package for arbitrary models: https://github.com/timsutton/brigadier Either git clone or download an archive of the repo, then within the root of the repo (using an i Mac15,1 here as an example): option can be omitted and it will download the latest version for the current model.

In cases where multiple installers exist on Apple's software update server, you specify an alternate package. For Windows I provide a compiled exe so that a Python installation isn't required.

Since you'll be using Boot Camp Assistant to basically install a new version of Windows 10, you'll grab any new drivers and such that you need as part of the installation process.

Once your Windows 10 installation is up and running, Boot Camp 6 will allow you tap into a number of your Mac's normal features— USB 3 and USB-C connections, Thunderbolt, your Mac's built-in card slot (if applicable), and your normal Mac keyboard, trackpad, or mouse.Either Chris F Carroll needs to update his answer, or mark mine as correct! The hard work -- and Apple is still not helping with this -- is working out which download link you need for which older model of Mac.The new apple bootcamp links at support.apple.com/downloads/#bootcamp are great but still only name a handful of models; for the rest you are left guessing which download you need.Windows 10 support is only available on select Macs with OS X Yosemite and the latest version of Boot Camp, which will automatically download the support software (drivers) needed to use Windows 10 on a Mac.Boot Camp requires an authentic copy of Windows 10 for a new installation, which can be purchased from Microsoft in an ISO file or USB stick for 9.However, several forum members have noted the update is available within Windows partitions in Boot Camp, Apple's tool to allow Intel Mac owners to dual boot OS X and Windows.

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