I was disappointed to discover that my 2011 base mini was deemed incompatible with Windows 10, despite it working perfectly well on an even lower specced machine (HP Stream). I went ahead anyway, and now I've run into a problem I don't know how to fix. I used boot camp to download only the drivers, but after it sat at 50% for 3 hours, I gave up and found a direct link elsewhere to the 5.1 drivers. I made a bootable USB stick with unetbootin, which worked. Windows started up, the USB keyboard and mouse worked, the hdmi monitor worked, but the wifi didn't. I ran the boot camp exe, it installed various things, the wifi started working... then the screen went blank, and stayed that way. I've tried restarting several times, but with no display it's very difficult to work out what's happening. I tried connecting an Ethernet cable to another windows 10 machine, but it couldn't find anything else on the network. The monitor and cable work fine on the other machine, it's obviously the graphics driver that's the problem, but what can I do? Disk utility said my hard drive was corrupted, and refused to partition it, so during the Windows install I wiped it and reformatted, so going back to Mac isn't an option. Where do I go from here? --- Post Merged, Jan 2, 2017 --- Well, I figured it out. I booted from the windows USB install stick, chose recovery options. None of them worked, except system restore - this put it back to before I ran the boot camp driver setup, so all was working except wifi. I then drilled down into the drivers folders, and ran them all - except any that had anything to do with graphics - and finally the intel chipset drivers got the wifi working, and then the display stopped again! So now I know where the problem is, I'll see if there's a way to update the drivers for just part of the chipset. At least with the restore point, I can keep trying.