NEED bootcamp drivers windows 10 MBP 2010

jgplast

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Mar 8, 2016
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Hi, everybody !

Recently installed Windows 10 on my Macbook Pro mid 2010 ( A1278 ).
Could anybody help me and say where can I get drivers for this OLD model ?
I have been trying to install several versions of bootcamp, but all of them not compatible with mine MBP.
Will be really preciate if you can give me drivers, including audio drivers.
BR, Jaroslav.
 

jgplast

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Mar 8, 2016
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MBP 2010 not compatible with windows 10, so there is seems no drivers.
I just downloaded BOOTCAMP 6 and installed almost all the drivers manually from each folder.
Only one problem - NO keyboard backlight and cant install bootcamp control panel, also Nvidia drivers.
 
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Altis

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MBP 2010 not compatible with windows 10, so there is seems no drivers.
I just downloaded BOOTCAMP 6 and installed almost all the drivers manually from each folder.
Only one problem - NO keyboard backlight and cant install bootcamp control panel, also Nvidia drivers.
Which model/CPU? I did it on a 2010 with Core i5, but I'm not sure if Core2Duo models might be different - I think that's where the support for Windows 10 stops.
 

Arbata

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Oct 6, 2016
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Hi, everybody !

Recently installed Windows 10 on my Macbook Pro mid 2010 ( A1278 ).
Could anybody help me and say where can I get drivers for this OLD model ?
I have been trying to install several versions of bootcamp, but all of them not compatible with mine MBP.
Will be really preciate if you can give me drivers, including audio drivers.
BR, Jaroslav.

Tell me how did u instal windows 10 on mid 2010 if WIN10 doesnt support MB earlier then 2012? I have this issue, please share how did u instal without burning into CD?
 

doynton

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Oct 19, 2014
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Tell me how did u instal windows 10 on mid 2010 if WIN10 doesnt support MB earlier then 2012? I have this issue, please share how did u instal without burning into CD?
u cld lk at this forum ;)

Honestly though it is easy. Make a partition for Windows on OSX, install VBox or VMware on OSX, attach your new empty partition as raw and install Windows to it.

It takes perhaps 15 or 20 minutes.
 
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