Just installed BootCamp, which I've done a number of times without issue. The problem this time is that the BootCamp drivers installer kind of hung during the first launch of Windows 10. It finished, but after restarting manually a bit later, it never actually installed the drivers, I don't have the little BootCamp icon in the taskbar, and most crucially, I have no audio. It recognizes the internal speakers and externals connected through the jack, and acts as though it is playing audio with no issues, so I'm sure this is related to the driver installation. Which brings me to my next problem: In the latest version of Bootcamp on newer Macs, it does not offer an option to manually download the drivers. In fact, it circumvents the drivers-on-a-USB process altogether, and creates a 3rd little partition that contains them. However, that partition is gone, and so far as I can tell I have no way to access the drivers at this point. I've already downloaded a 60GB game before realizing this was going on, and would love to avoid starting all over if at all possible. Has anyone run in to this? Is there anywhere I can find a manual download of the drivers for a 27" iMac Retina 2015?