MACBOOK PRO

MACBOOK PRO BOOT CAMP SUPPORT DOWNLOADS DIRECT LINKS FROM APPLE
MacBook Pro Boot Camp Drivers

If you own a MacBook Pro and you wanted to install Windows on it to run maybe some Windows software or games, Apple makes it possible by releasing Windows drivers which will allow Windows to run on your MacBook Pro computer.

Since 123myIT has some videos on how to install Windows on your Mac we thought it fitting that we create a page which contains all the models of the MacBook Pro and which Boot Camp Support Software (Windows Drivers) you will need for your specific model of MacBook Pro.

The following downloads contain the Windows Support Software (Windows Drivers) needed to run Windows on your MacBook Pro.
NOTE: For older models the “DVD” means that the drivers are stored on the OS X install DVD that came with your computer.

Want to know how to install Windows on a Mac check out the videos below.
Install Windows 8.1 on a MacBook Air no DVD drive
How to install Windows 8.1 on a Mac running OS X Mavericks
How to install Windows 8 on a Mac with Boot Camp Easy Version
General Boot Camp questions about installing Windows 8 on a Mac

NOTE:You will need to know what model Mac you have to work this our you can watch the video here, How to find which Mac model you have.
Which Boot Camp supports your model of Mac?
Click the links below to see which version of Boot Camp you need for your Model of Mac.
MacBook Air
MacBook
iMac
Mac mini
Mac Pro

MacBook Pro Boot Camp Drivers
MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015) Windows 10 BCA, Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5640, Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5640.
MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Early 2015) Windows 10 64-bit Captured by 123myIT.com BCD, Windows 8 64-bit 5.1.5640
MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2014) Windows 10 BCA, Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5640, Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5640.
MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Mid 2014) Windows 10 BCA, Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5640, Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5640.

MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Late 2013) Windows 10 BCA, Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5640, Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5640.
MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Late 2013) Windows 10 BCA, Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5640, Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5640.
MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Early 2013) Windows 10 BCA, Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5621, Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5621.
MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Early 2013) Windows 10 BCA, Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5621, Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5621.
MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Late 2012) Windows 10 BCA, Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5621, Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5621.

MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012) Windows 10 BCA, Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4326
MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2012) Windows 10 BCA, Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4255
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2012) Windows 10 BCA, Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4255
MacBook Pro (17-inch, Late 2011) Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033
MacBook Pro (17-inch, Early 2011) Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Late 2011) Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Early 2011) Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033
MacBook Pro (13-inch, Late 2011) Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033
MacBook Pro (13-inch, Early 2011) Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033

MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2010) Windows 7 64-bit, 4.0.4033
Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033 Windows Vista 64-bit, DVD. Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2010) Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033 Windows Vista 64-bit, DVD. Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.
MacBook Pro (17-inch, Mid 2010) Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5621 Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033 Windows Vista 64-bit, DVD. Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.
MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2009) Windows 7 64-bit, 4.0.4033
Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033 Windows Vista 64-bit, DVD. Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.
MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2.53GHz, Mid 2009) Windows 7 64-bit, 4.0.4033
Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033 Windows Vista 64-bit, DVD. Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2009) Windows 7 64-bit, 4.0.4033
Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033 Windows Vista 64-bit, DVD. Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.
MacBook Pro (17-inch, Mid 2009) Windows 7 64-bit, 4.0.4033
Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033 Windows Vista 64-bit, DVD. Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Late 2008) Windows 7 64-bit, 4.0.4033
Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033 Windows Vista 64-bit, DVD. Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.
MacBook Pro (17-inch, Late 2008) Windows 7 64-bit, 4.0.4033
Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033 Windows Vista 64-bit, DVD. Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.
MacBook Pro (17-inch, Early 2008) Windows 7 64-bit, 4.0.4033
Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033 Windows Vista 64-bit, DVD. Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Early 2008) Windows 7 64-bit, 4.0.4033
Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033 Windows Vista 64-bit, DVD. Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.

MacBook Pro (17-inch, 2.4GHz) Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033 Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.
MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2.4/2.2GHz) Windows 7 32-bit, 4.0.4033 Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.

MacBook Pro (15-inch, Core Duo 2) Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.
MacBook Pro (17-inch, Core Duo 2) Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.
MacBook Pro (17-inch) Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Glossy) Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD. Windows XP 32-bit, DVD.

158 thoughts on “MACBOOK PRO

  1. I followed your install windows 8.1 no dvd but got an error. it says

    File:\windows\system32\boot\winload.efi
    Error Code 0xc0000098

    when it started loading windows. What can I do to fix the problem

    Macbook Pro 13″ Retina (Late 2013)
    Boot camp 5.1.2
    iso file from your website windows 8.1 64bit

  2. Hi .. can i install the windows 7 without the disc and just using USB? Cos the bootcamp asking using disc. Im using MacBK Pro 2010 year.

    I hope you can help.

  3. I have tried everything… i have a late 2013 15 inch mac with retina. and it will keep saying
    “Boot Camp only supports 64-bit Windows installation on this platform. Please use a ISO file for 64-bit Windows installation.”
    I purchased windows 8.1 and obviously it wont download, but i dragged it out onto my desktop. and tried putting it into my flash drive… i have a new 32 gb SanDisk flash drive which thats not the problem… i tried everything and worked at this for 5 Hours now… Please help me as soon you can. Thank you so much
    -Legend

  4. Installed windows8 successfully thanks to your tutorial, been using it for month now, but I cannot now get back to Apple OS.. Any ideas, when I go got control panel, system and security, bootcamp isn’t listed, I’ve also tried restart holding down the option key and it boots to windows….

  5. i dont know how to switch the system from windows to ios after installing bootcamp n finished the installment of windows
    please help me ASAP
    thx
    regards
    judas (from HK)

  6. I just want to thank you guys for the video and tech knowhow. Saved me a stack of trouble and worked first time. I needed to install windows on my macBook pro for one third party windows application. I Boot Camped the Windows partition to 20gb only to discover that that partition should be no smaller than 24gb. Never the less I got it sorted… Thanks again…

    Cheers
    Derek

  7. Please can you give me guide lines how to install adobe reader? Its been a while I’m trying to download and install and it doesn’t work tho I follow the guide.
    Thank you in advance
    Tamari

  8. Hello, please help i have a MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2009) and i have windows 8.1 pro, just a while ago i was able to use my camera but now i am not please help.
    Thanks

  9. Im having a problem that after i’ve installed windows 8 on my macbook pro retina late 2013, i cannot type/ control or succeed with finishing the installation of the software because my in-built keyboard and mouse wont work. What do i need to do ?? im confused hope you can help or tell me more about this frustating thing

  10. Hello,

    I used the file for Windows 8 on MacBook Pro Retina Mid-2014. When I tied to open the Bootcamp.exe file, it said that it wasn’t compatible.

    I really, need those drivers to work.
    How do I do this correctly? Or are the drivers not compatible?

    I am running Windows 8.1 at 64.

  11. I have a product key for windows 8.1 but I can’t use it till I get windows installed on my mac. From the preview version do I have download the whole version or can the product key just update it?

  12. Hello! Your tutorials are helping me a great deal. However, I’ve run into a problem that I can’t find the answer to here.

    Everything in the Windows Installation goes well on my Mid-2014 15-Inch Macbook Pro.
    I get past the partition stage, and am under the process of installing Windows.
    All the checkboxes get ticked.
    (Copying Window’s Files
    Getting Files ready for installation.
    Installing Features
    Installing Updates)

    But before Finishing Up gets ticked, the instillation gets stopped in its tracks and I get an error message saying Windows Can’t Modify the Boot Record.”

    Is there any way I can fix this without having to purchase a CD drive? Because all the solutions I’ve found on Google seem to point to that.

    I have a copy of Windows 8.1 Student edition purchased and downloaded directly from Microsoft in ISO form that is being bootcamped from an 8gig thumbdrive.

    Thanks!

    • Correction.
      The error message is this:
      “Windows could not prepare the computer to boot into the next phase of the installation. To install Windows, restart the installation”

      • Hi Matt!

        Included is a picture that I snapped from your video. This is where I am.

        http://i.imgur.com/fg48mJd.png?1

        When there is a checkmark on all of the steps but “Finishing Up” is when the crash happens. Resulting in the message:
        *Windows could not update the computer’s boot configuration. Installation cannot proceed.*

        And then the installation crashes.

        I’ve tried a solution that involves creating free space and then booting from the USB drive, but that didn’t end up working.

        Thank you!

  13. Hello

    I have one Macbook pro 2011 late version . My boot camp assistant not showing option ” Create a Windows 7 install disk ” only showing download the latest windows support software from apple and remove windows partition. Please help me

  14. Hi, I’m trying to install Windows 8.1 on my 13in 2014 Macbook Pro but in bootcamp assistant when I try to make the windows USB stick I keep getting this message “Boot Camp only supports Windows 7 or later installation on this platform. Please use an ISO file for Windows 7 or later installation.” I’m using the free trial iso for windows 8.1 64-bit that I downloaded from this website. I also tried moving it to the documents folder instead of the desktop but that did not help. Thoughts? I want to use a free trial before I purchase windows 8 to see if it even runs well enough on my Mac!

    • Hi Lauren
      Does it detect the Windows iso file at all? Does it add the iso file to the boot camp menu or not?
      Also maybe try and run the Apple updates, restart the Mac and try it again.
      Cheers
      Matt

  15. Is there any way to install Windows 7 32 bit onto a 13in MacBook Pro Retina late 2013? Would the older Bootcamp 4 installer work? I have some Ag software that only installs and runs on Windows 7 32 bit. I also happen to have access to a Mid 2012 13in MacBook Pro that windows 7 32 bit is running great on under Boot Camp. I wonder if I can maybe Winclone that and put it on the this other newer machine.

    Thanks.

    • HI Charlie
      From what the 123myIT.com webpage says it only supports 64 bit software.
      You could try installing a VMware option. Take a look at the video below. I have not tested it but you might be able to install VMware then install the 32bit version of Windows in the VMware.
      Install Windows 8.1 on a Mac with VMware
      Let me know if it works. I would interested to find out if it does.
      Cheers
      Matt

  16. Hey i followed your video of installing windows vista for an Apple Mac i followed exactly as the video did and got the same results u had at the very end that i was missing the same drivers on the video. You said u would make a follow up video to get them but i couldn’t find it. or can u help get me my missing driver i need?
    Windows Vista 32-bit, DVD
    MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2010)

  17. Hey, I follow the video that how to make window7 usb on mac
    But I have some problem that when I press the option.My computer can’t detect my usb. And my OSX version is 10.10, is there any different step?

    • Hi Steve
      Depends what model of Mac you have. You can try removing the PRE on different lines until you find one that works for you.
      Also maybe try a different usb or usb port?
      Cheers
      Matt

      • My mac is macbook pro 2011 early. Yesterday, I have tried another version windows 8.1. And it can be installed. When I installed, I found there are many problems such as it cant detect my speaker or headphone, so it didn’t has any soung.And it cant install some driver. When I am installing some driver, screen will become blue and said SYSTEM_THREAD_EXPEXTION_NOT_HANDLE (igdkmd64.sys), then it will reboot.
        I want to use two disks, one HDD for OSX and one SSD for window.So I installed the OSX on HDD. And the bootcamp I chose the SSD to be the windows. Did I do anything wrong?

        Thank you for answer me 🙂

  18. Hi,
    I have a problem while trying to install windows 8.1.
    I am having a Macbook pro 13-inch(early 2011) running OSX Yosemite.
    When i tried installing windows through USB, i am getting an error “Installer disc not found”. Should i use only my optical drive to install as my mac has one?

  19. Hi, thanks for the tutorial, works perfect. Just have a question, do we have to install all drivers one by one ? Where should I start ?
    MacBook Pro Mid 2014 15″

  20. Hi!
    First I have to say a big thank you for all your effective info here! It’s amazing!
    I really need your help.
    i have macbook pro early 2011 , and I want to install win 8.1 in a second partion. I have a ruined built in dvd that does not seem to work which leaved me with the only option to try and install windows using a USB drive.
    However, While I was starting bootcamp It did not give me the option to install or create a USB iso windows fille. It as if was expecting me to insrer a media to the dvd which doesnt work anyway.
    Is there a way , that I can do it without a dvd in this praticular model?
    why did mac remove the first out of 3 check marks on bootcamp? that would allow me to install from a usb and not thriygh a DVD?
    Please help !!

    Thanks

    Amit

  21. hi
    i’m using macbook pro (retina, 13-inches, Late 2013)

    i’ve downloaded the iso images from your site
    Windows 8.1 Blue Preview Downloads
    Windows 8.1 Blue Product key: NTTX3-RV7VB-T7X7F-WQYYY-9Y92F
    Windows 8.1 English 64-bit (x64) (3.8 GB) here.

    when i run the boot camp assistance, the iso image and the destination disk is auto selected. But when i click on continue button, it prompts saying…..
    Your bootable USB drive could not be created.
    Boot camp only supports Windows 7 or later installations on this platform. Please use an iso file for Windows 7 or later installation.

    Need Help

    • Hi Manjweek at
      Yep, so in this case I would suggest a back and clean install of OS X.
      Let me know if you want me to point you to the right video to help you do so.
      Cheers
      Matt

  22. Hi Team,

    I have installed Windows 8.1 Pro Preview using boot camp assistance with the help of 123myit you tube tutorials. I have installed the Key that is mentioned in 123myit site. Now it is asking me to activate windows every time i log into windows. so, can i activate Microsoft Windows 8.1 Full version key that i purchased? Will it be compatible with the Windows 8.1 Pro Preview that is already installed using boot camp assistant?

    Please let me know the details…Thanks,

  23. Hi sir,
    i am have Macbook pro actually i installed AVG antivirus in Macbook pro after install the AVG showed me some errors or virus so i remove them all . but after that my Macbookpro got busy and turn off after turn on when you give password its went searching and searching even i leave i think 6 hours to be fix automatically but still searching can you tell me what should i do because i am also using the windows 7 through bootcamp so can you tell me that how to get back Yosmite fixed properly

  24. I have a brand new 2015 Macbook Pro 15″ Retina Display with Yosemite 10.10.2. I’m trying to install Bootcamp/Windows 7 but keep getting an error “Your disk could not be partitioned, An error occurred while partitioning the disk” I’ve verified the disk and run repair (just in case), any suggestions?

    Thanks so much,
    Amber

  25. Hi 123myIT,
    I have a macbook pro 15inch mid 2012 and I have been trying to install windows 10 on my mac(Yosemite) and its been continuously saying that it is downloading the windows support software for the past 2 days what should I do? should I wait or should I create my own bootable usb drive?

    Thanks
    Joel

  26. Hi, I need some help. When I finish installing windows and go to the windows 8 personalize screen my mouse and keyboard don’t work. PLEASE HELP! Anyone. I am on a MacBook pro 13 late 2013. Please help I can’t do anything

  27. No sirve definitivamente. Mi Mac es de principios de 2011, 15 pulgadas, descargue para windows 7 y cuando ejecuto el setup.exe dice que os x no es compatible con windows, lo cual es obvio por eso lo quiero instalar, así que ni siquiera me da opción, no sirve

  28. Hi,
    After purchasing a new laptop, I gave my 16 yr old son my 2007 macbook pro, 15 in. (2.4/2.2 GHZ) Processor 2.2 GHZ Intel Core Duo. It is running OSX Yosemite Version 10.10.3. He decided he wanted to run windows 8.1 so that he can do some of his homework at home. He replaced the hard drive with a 1 TB Sata Disk, and purchased Windows 8.1, student edition, which only comes as a download. He has been trying to install windows for over a week, without any success. His bootcamp version is 5.1.4. When he runs book camp there’s only 2 options to choose from, the first option is missing (Create a Windows 7 or later version install disk.) I’m beginning to think maybe the reason it’s not working is windows 8.1 won’t work with the older mac? Any suggestions in pointing us in the right direction would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

    • Hi Hilda
      Without bursting your bubble. You are correct the MacBook Pro is quite old now and the 2007 Mac might only support Windows XP and Windows 7. I would suggest maybe trying with those first.
      BOOT CAMP DRIVERS
      Good luck
      Matt

  29. Hi there, just installed windows 7 64 bit on my Macbook Pro 13 inch retina display. The problem is there are no network adapters or drivers, which I cannot connect to the Internet even i use Ethernet cable to my router which is also not working because the Ethernet adapters are not installed. Any solutions?

  30. hello matt i don’t know how to install the driver i came here because u said to someone that had a problem “the same as my problem”when you delete the pre before usb in the info file because i had no option that allowed me to put windows on a usb in the video for putting windows on the usb i want to also ask if it is possible to put windows on a usb without installing it on my mac and

    • Hi salah
      Just let me know what you are trying to do? Install Windows on a USB right?
      If that’s the case and you are having issues with the PRE, you need to go to this YouTube video. https://youtu.be/kz0QGH_40w4
      And in the comments section you will see people that have has the PRE issue. So on that page scroll down and there is a solution for you.
      At some stage when I have more time I will try and make a video about this.
      Cheers
      Matt

  31. Hi Team , I need help ,
    I have Mackbook 12″ with windows 8.1 Pro. I have problem to find the switch for bluetooth , in Mac side work proper but in windows side it is not there , where I can find the proper divers .
    Thanks to ALL for support

    Chris

  32. Hi
    thank you for the info in your web site
    i had download the windows to my MAC but i could not increase the size of the windows, all what i got is 29 GB for windows and 91GB for MAC and i need to increase the windows but it did not allow me

  33. Hi!
    Ive downloaded the appropriate one for my mac as above after my computer showed an error message “An error occurred while saving the Windows support software”, but after this download and unchecking the download thingy in the bootcamp assistant it gives me ANOTHER error message saying “the installer disc could not be found – Insert your Windows installer disc and wait a few seconds for the disc to be recognized”. I am not the best with computers…please help in layman terms!!!

  34. Hi, Just got my new Macbook Pro 13″ – 2015 – retina.
    I would like to have a Windows version 10 on this Macbook with bootcamp.

    I have a Windows 8.1 running on a external USB disc, this works fine on my iMac. When i boot this Windows on my Macbook, i cannot use bluetooth, network, wifi …

    My question; Is it possible to use Windows 10 on the latest Macbook Pro 2015? Are all drivers available for it?

    Thanks

    • Hi William,
      The short answer is. . . . I don’t know. As I don’t have a 2015 Mac. However I have ordered one its being shipped as we speak and I will have a video up shortly which should answer your questions.
      Until then, my guess is that the boot camp drivers for Windows 8 should work with Windows 10.
      Sign up to the 123myIT.com YouTube channel or check back here in about a week and I should have an update for you.
      Cheers
      Matt

  35. Hi,
    I have the windows 8.1 disk but am having trouble putting the iso image into my usb drive. it says that my file’s volume is too high. My flash drive is formatted as MS-DOS (FAT), but i googled it, it says that flash drives with MS-DOS (FAT) format cannot fit more than 4G which my iso image is well over 4G. Any solutions?

  36. Hi there!

    I’m using a MacBook Pro 15″ (retina display, Mid-2015) and i’ve successfully installed Windows 8.1 using Bootcamp. But i’m having trouble with the drivers! I can´t make my trackpad, speakers and special functions of the keyboard to work!

    I’ve already download multiple versions of the Bootcamp drivers and I always get the same message saying that those drivers are not suited for the version of my Mac…

    Any answers? Thanks a lot anyway!

    Cheers!

  37. Thank you for your response. The problem just got solved itself. It seems that BootCamp was downloading wrong drivers. Today I tried to re download drivers via BootCamp and they worked! The 5.1.5640, 5.1.5621, 5.1.5722 and 5.1.5729 were not working (when I was trying to download them manually).

  38. Hi,

    I have the Macbook Pro (Retina, 15″ Mid 2014) and am trying to install Win7 Home Premium 64bit OEM using the usb created via the Bootcamp process from my genuine MS disc.

    Windows was installed fine after the applessd.sys issue was addressed.

    The drivers supplied by the bootcamp setup process gave the wrong version message after which I found your site.

    Using the drivers appropriate to my Macbook from here (5.1.5640) I get no errors during install but neither the internal keyboard or usb mouse works but the the internal trackpad DOES work (so am able to move around inside Win7 via on screen keyboard).

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks in advance.

    • Hi Davey
      For the time being see if you can use a USB mouse and keyboard.
      The thing to check would be the device manager and see what drivers are missing.
      Then use the boot camp downloads to see if the devices will disappear.
      Try using an older version than 5.1.5640.
      Cheers
      Matt

      • Hi Matt,

        I did think about the older versions but haven’t had time to test that yet. I will certainly try them.

        Using the trackpad and on screen keyboard I have already tried updating drivers for the keyboard (which is the only item showing an error in Device Manager) but when I select check internet for updated drivers it just sits there although I have only done that the once so far so can try that again. Installing the driver manually didn’t seem to work.

        The USB mouse receives power as the optical light comes on but has no effect on the cursor. I recall hearing the Win7 USB device connection/disconnection sound but would need to test it again to make sure I wasn’t just hearing it during the driver install and not when I disconnect/reconnect the mouse afterwards.

        Thanks for your help.

        • Ok tried 5.1.5621 but that gives me the message regarding wrong version for my mac, which incidentally is the message I get using the drivers that bootcamp assistant downloaded for me.

          Btw restarting from OSX seemed to give me a working mouse this evening.

          • Hi Davey
            Just updated the website with the latest Windows 10 on MacBook Pro 2015 model.
            If you follow that you should see where the drivers are downloaded to the USB for your model. I just wonder if Apple didn’t have any support for a mid 2014 model did you try the 5.1.5621?
            Cheers
            Matt

  39. Ok tried 5.1.5621 but that gives me the message regarding wrong version for my mac, which incidentally is the message I get using the drivers that bootcamp assistant downloaded for me.

    Btw restarting from OSX seemed to give me a working mouse this evening.

  40. Hello,

    First I would like to thank you for this very informative and detailed website. I cannot thank you enough. I do have a request, is it possible for you to post a direct download for BootCamp 6.0? Everytime there is an OS update the BootCamp keyboard drivers get replaced with generic keyboard drivers. The only way I’ve been able to fix this is by reinstalling 5.1.5621 and then running an update to 6.0. This process is a hassle and it would be amazing if I could just download a copy of the 6.0 installer package, so I could instantly re-run the 6.0 installer when this problem presents itself again. Thanks again for everything, and hopefully you can help me with my desperate request.

    Tyler

  41. Does this driver for Mac book pro early 2015 really wor? I Want to install windows 10 but this driver seems to be not original. Please help me.
    Thanks

  42. Dear sir I have installed windows 7 32-bit in mac now I want to install windows 8 what should I do waiting for your kind answer soon

  43. Hello, i just installed a new SSD to replace the original HD built in my macbookpro 15″ late 2011 (El capitan). The old HD has been positioned with an opti bay to replace the optical drive. I then tried to install windows on the new SSD, but at the end of the installation, just before the reboot i get the message: “Impossible to configure your computer. Installation has been canceled”. What am i missing here?

  44. Hi

    I had installed windows 8.1 on an external hard drive and was having a lot of trouble while installing the drivers as the official drivers were not recognising my macbook. I practically threw the kitchen sink at my macbook and they did not work. But after downloading and installing the windows 10 drivers from here, my laptop works like a charm now.

    So to end it all I would like to give you a BIIIGGG THANK YOUU.

  45. Hello! Hopefully you can help as I have had a bit of trouble installing Windows 8.1 pro on my Mid 2012 MBP. I am running Mountain Lion and hesitant to upgrade as I am a Pro Tools user and have a pretty stable system right now. My version of Boot Camp is 5.04 and I can’t seem to get the App Store to allow it go any higher. I downloaded the drivers for this version of MBP but I don’t know what to do with them.

    I have tried 3 times and the error is different each time. One was Critical Structure Failure. Another was IRQL Not Equal Or Lesser.

    I would love to figure out if this is possible in Mountain Lion but if not I believe I can move to Mavericks with out messing up my Pro Tools situation. Is that the answer?

    • well I figured out where your drivers go but the ones I downloaded from your site are older than the ones Boot Camp installed on my USB drive with the ISO. So I am left thinking that this is probably an Mac OS/Boot Camp version issue. Would be great if you have any insight into this. Thanks!

  46. hi! i was able to install windows 7 professional in my macbook pro 13″ mid2012 but usb, wifi, sound system and maybe more are not functioning, what should i do? please help

  47. boot camp is not loading in my windows and it says “the installation required previliedges. launch the installer through setup exe

  48. Hello ,i installed win 7 64bit on my macbook pro,how can i download it drivers and also i need it keyboad light always on ,how can i fix this ,My macbook is A1278 model…

  49. hello , i am trying to install windows 8 on my macbook pro but when i open my bootcamp assistant it has already checked the “Download the latest windows support software from apple”
    and i cannot check the “Install or remove windows 7 or later version” check box in it but when i click on continue it’s start downloading to the usb once i had completed that and some files came in usb but nothing happening when again i start bootcamp again it comes on the previous stage .. please any help

  50. Hey plz Help, I Dont know which Macbook pro ..I am Using….and I have installed windows 8.1 already…..How to know that Which Macbook pro I am Using with windows…..I dont know the size and the Time when it launched…..plz help
    How to check in windows 8.1

  51. Hi,
    “MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015) Windows 10 BCA, Windows 8 64-bit, 5.1.5640, Windows 7 64-bit, 5.1.5640.”
    It’s an error that you put here windows 7 ? Or windows 7 work fine on mid2015 MBP and have all drivers ?

  52. hi am using macbook early 2011. i installed windows 8.1 after which i installed bootcamp 5.1.5621 on it. everything works with the exception of my audio. any solution

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