Open the Boot Camp directory in your Program Files directory. You must run it on Windows 10 running on a Mac computer to download the required Boot Camp drivers. All is good, good luck to those still searching. I needed run the Apple64 setup program, which is buried in the Apple folder on the disc. Windows users have not yet embraced Windows 8 due to both its cost and its interface, which deviated significantly from the design of Windows 7. But if it fails, just disconnect the second drive and restart the installation. When I try to run setup.
After five hours I am tird and ready to give up. Which is the best way to go? So I have to make a partition myself theoretically and install it then, right? After restarting, check for software updates again until no new ones are available. Download and install it if available. I was just wondering why it worked for a while and then stopped working. Anyone else have this problem and have fixed it? I feel weird asking this…a comparably small problem when looking at all the rest. The Assistant will download a set of drivers for Windows to install and then it will allow you to select the size of the partition that you want to make.
The driver that causes this problem is version 4. Head over to to check if updates are available for your model. The thing is, I am able to perform all the mentioned step untill no. It may have fixed the audio problem you warned about. I am up and running Win7 beta.
Most likely, you do not need this much space to actually install Windows 7. For the 5K iMac at native resolution I set custom scaling to 300%. The driver that causes this problem is version 4. Step 1: Visit the and download the latest version of the executable. I have a brand new white Macbook 13.
Make sure that both are checked, and then proceed to the next screen. The solution was to download and install the latest RealTek driver 2. My company has dozens of Macs deployed in dual-boot configurations. I have a 2008 iMac 2. Step 10: On the Select the Installation Method page, select Install from disc or image and click Continue. Thanks for putting together these instructions. This time the installation went ahead.
After the software has been downloaded, you will be asked to create a Windows partition on your hard drive. I am providing this guide because I spent literally days fixing various problems most related to bad drivers. Anyone know why it happens as described above when I try to install? Once you are done, restart your computer. I had to delete the partition and start again. I want to re-install Windows 7 - basically start fresh and get rid of all the gunk. As you likely know, Boot Camp support software are not no longer available for direct download from Apple website.
Any clues please on how to get the space back and start over? Step 13: Click Continue Without Key when asked about a Windows Product Key. I''ve used refit and installed tiny7 now, which uses around 4gb of the 10gb partition. Windows 7 first became available to the public in 2009 and was followed by Windows 8 in 2012. Click Applications and then go into Utilities. Anyone else experiencing the same issue? Using Boot Camp — Go through the process — it instals to a point where I get a black screen with choices to restart in safe mode etc. Windows says my graphics card drivers are installed correctly but i dont know if its correct or if i have to manually choose the correct driver please help!! To elaborate on Stefanos post above: Open a command window and change directory to the folder where the exe is installed. I wonder what could be causing this.
Installing Windows on pre-2015 Macs While Macs from pre-2015 can still run Windows, the installation process is slightly more complex. After I did a few months ago I started to look at installing a copy of Windows 7 on my Pro for things like League of Legends and the occasional Windows app. I must be doing it wrong. Copy the whole directory tree from the Leopard installation disk BootCamp drivers to the harddisk and replace the original BootCamp. Made several reboots, everything is working perfectly… so far. It is the simplest windows install I've ever done with the least hassle. Wait for Boot Camp Assistant to partition your hard drive.