Windows 10 Creators Edition - Bootcamp

markfc

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Just a heads up for anyone who is thinking of upgrading.

For a new installation of Windows 10 Creators Update on an Apple Mac using Boot Camp, you must first install the Windows 10 Anniversary Update using the ISO file, and then update to Windows 10 Creators Update.

If you try to do a clean install of the Creators Update, you will get a Stop error with the code 0xc000000f in winload.efi.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb...dows-10-creators-update-on-mac-with-boot-camp
 

maflynn

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Why not wait until MS releases the creators update as an update w/o the need of a ISO, which should occur on the 11th, and also Apple to an update to bootcamp (just in case there may be drivers needing to be updated)
 

markfc

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Well, there may be other network administrators on here that do this on a daily basis. We bootcamp about 20 Macs a week for customers.
 

Fancuku

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I did the update without having to do a clean install. Simply downloaded the Windows Update Assistant .exe file and started the update. Took about 40 minutes for everything.
Late 2015 27" iMac.
 
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