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Discussion in 'macOS Sierra (10.12)' started by TechGod, Sep 1, 2016.
I have a late 2013 13" rMBP running the latest public beta
Well if anyone is wondering, it does work.
You have Sierra installed and using bootcamp.
Or you have El Capitan installed and using bootcamp to install Sierra.
Ah. I wanted to install Windows 10 with bootcamp but I had macOS Seirra installed and it was giving me an error message when I tried the first few times so I thought that Seirra broke something.
I understand better now, glad you resolved your issue.
Have you used a bluetooth mouse with windows in bootcamp at all? I'm running windows 10 on my 4K iMac and the Magic mouse keeps losing connection. Wondering if anyone else is having that issue as well
I use the MX Master, it works fine most of the time but sometimes (and I don't know why) but it starts lagging with input sometimes.
I have a rMacBook 12" (early 2015) and while Bootcamp will create the partition and install 64bit Windows 10 ISO and reboot the mac so I can perform the windows-side of the installation.....
...I CANNOT get the keyboard or built-in trackpad to work AT ALL in the Windows native installer after reboot. I have tried everything I can politely think of and it's just not working.
Anyone else with the same problem? I'm just using built-in hardware, nothing external. Thanks.
Did you download boot camp drivers?
It works with the older versions, if they are installed - Windows 7, 7-64, 8.1 etc.