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Perderder

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Sep 23, 2013
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I installed Windows 10 on my new iMac and Boot Camp did not install the display driver, USB 3.0 or the Intel MEI. I purchased the 27-inch i7. Have any of you run into this?
 

mhatta

macrumors newbie
Nov 10, 2015
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Yes, I have a similar issue with the GPU and MEI (Management Engine Interface I assume). Was on the phone with Apple Support earlier today: late 2015 does not officially support Windows 10 so we have to wait to get full support.

btw, I've got Microsoft's USB 3.0 driver. Am I supposed to have it from Apple?
 

desmond2046

macrumors regular
Jun 2, 2015
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Columbus, OH, United States
Yes, I have a similar issue with the GPU and MEI (Management Engine Interface I assume). Was on the phone with Apple Support earlier today: late 2015 does not officially support Windows 10 so we have to wait to get full support.

btw, I've got Microsoft's USB 3.0 driver. Am I supposed to have it from Apple?

The only problem I have is the Intel MEI. But it doesn't affect any functionality...
If you have problem with the GPU driver, try to download from AMD website
http://support.amd.com/en-us/download/mobile?os=Windows 10 - 64
 

iemcj

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Oct 31, 2015
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I had a similar problem during my first bootcamp install, I didn't have wifi! It was completely missing, I went into the drivers and it didn't even register that I had a wifi card on the machine. Spent a good 3-4 hours on my laptop on youtube trying to figure it out and finally just deleted that partition and redid the bootcamp. Went flawlessly and has been working great ever since. Assuming you have fast internet it's worth a shot of just redoing it. ;)
 

Gogol

macrumors member
Jan 1, 2013
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The Netherlands
I have disabled the Intel Management Engine Interface because it influenced my boot time when it was trying to start and couldn't.
Furthermore I have no problems and my iMac is flying with a bootcamp partition on an SSD.
 

Aikon

macrumors newbie
Jul 29, 2011
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Apple's site has the late 2015 imacs listed as being supported for Windows 10. However I also have Intel MEI / Intel Management Engine Interface driver not installed.
 

seekersu

macrumors newbie
Oct 23, 2015
23
3
I had a similar problem during my first bootcamp install, I didn't have wifi! It was completely missing, I went into the drivers and it didn't even register that I had a wifi card on the machine. Spent a good 3-4 hours on my laptop on youtube trying to figure it out and finally just deleted that partition and redid the bootcamp. Went flawlessly and has been working great ever since. Assuming you have fast internet it's worth a shot of just redoing it.

I also ordered my new iMAC and plan to use boot camp for Win 10.
I am kind of worry about such Win 10 driver issue in bootcamp because I already read it from several users. So far, all best solution is re-do the boot camp again, and indeed it solves the issue in most cases. I am very curious why "re-do" bootcamp will make differenct? same hardware, same software, same bootcamp procedure, why different results and why can't it be perfect installed in the first time?
 

Crosscreek

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Nov 19, 2013
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I had no problems with the install and was surprised at how well the drivers were set up and the AMD drivers were installed to work properly.

Must have been just lucky.
 

iemcj

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Oct 31, 2015
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I also ordered my new iMAC and plan to use boot camp for Win 10.
I am kind of worry about such Win 10 driver issue in bootcamp because I already read it from several users. So far, all best solution is re-do the boot camp again, and indeed it solves the issue in most cases. I am very curious why "re-do" bootcamp will make differenct? same hardware, same software, same bootcamp procedure, why different results and why can't it be perfect installed in the first time?
No idea bruh. I have a pretty slow internet connection so maybe a file timed out when downloading. Maybe apple just wanted to stick it to microsoft users and set it up so that 1 out of 100 downloads won't work right. I'm thinking it's that one. ;)
 
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