|Sep 15, 2013, 12:13 AM||#1|
Boot Camp: Win7 Install No Device Drivers Found
Hello. Tried searching, but unable to find a working solution.
I used Boot Camp Assistant to create a bootable Win7 install on usb #1. Used same utility to install Win support drivers on usb #2. Final step of the Boot Camp Assistant made a Windows partition and rebooted into the Windows install.
Where the issue begins: When the Win7 install process starts, I get an error stating no device drivers found. It allows me to browse/rescan the Mac SSD and both usb drives, but it cannot locate/recognize the drivers.
I've tried placing the device driver files on the Mac SSD itself, but still unrecognizable.
Anyone able to get past this?
Thanks in advance!
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