|Nov 13, 2012, 10:04 AM||#1|
Bootcamp Windows 8 @27" iMac?
Hey guys! I really need a quick reply here. I'm about to install windows 8 on my iMac via Bootcamp. I heard that I need a USB mouse and a USB keyboard to perform the whole process of installing Windows 8. Is that true? Do I really need a USB mouse and a USB keyboard, in order to be able to click and type when my iMac restarts on Windows?
27" iMac: Quad-Core i7 @2.93GHz, 8GB DDR3 @1333MHz, 5750 with 1GB VRAM & 1TB HDD (Mid 2010 model)
iPhone 4 32GB (Black)
iPod Touch 2G 16GB
|Nov 13, 2012, 10:45 AM||#2|
Others have upgraded Win7 to 8 and managed to retain their boot camp drivers but it didn't work for me.
As it stands now, there are no Boot camp drivers for Win8 so yes, you'll need a USB mouse especially for a "right click". Same for the keyboard I would assume (I'm on a macbook).
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