Updating windows drivers under boot camp

However, the steps described below should still work if you want to make sure you have the latest and greatest unsupported driver from AMD for your Radeon R9-based Mac.

Additionally, if you read the comments there are now a couple of sites that claim they have pre-packaged modified drivers available.

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Edit: Just in case anyone wonders, disabling the device in the device manager won't change the outcome.

Update (28/02/2014): The new version of the bootcamp drivers which officially support windows 8.1 still give me this problem, both updating and installing from scratch. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).

Your Mac will now restart, and you'll be brought right back to mac OS.

To get back to Windows 10, and indeed another way to switch from Windows 10 to mac OS, is to restart your Mac and hold down the Option key on your keyboard until a boot menu appears. Now that you have Windows 10 installed on your Mac, you can update it to the Creators Update. The Creators Update should begin downloading and will install.

This is an important process, as it installs a bunch of drivers and software that will help make your Windows 10 experience as good as possible on your Mac.

One of the best parts of Boot Camp is how easy it is to switch back and forth between operating systems.

Finally, update your Mac's OS to ensure there are no compatibility problems.

You'll also want to perform a backup of your Mac in the (rare) case that something goes wrong.

When using a non-Apple keyboard, the alt key usually performs the same action.

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