Install windows 10 on Mac using bootcamp

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Hello everyone. How can i install windows 10 using bootcap? Can i do it without sight person? Are there any audio tutorial that can help? Thanks for your answer..



Submitted by Greg Wocher on Monday, September 5, 2016

For the most part you can do it with no sight. I ran into a problem that after windows installed I could not get any sound feedback or connect to my network. Since there was no sound I could not get narrator to work. The only way I could fix this was to have my son who is sighted help me install the updated bootcamp driver into windows once windows was booted up. Unfortunately the guides I have seen are for earlier versions of bootcamp and windows. Bootcamp has changed since these were put out and some of the things in the guides did not apply. I ended up having to cross my fingers and hoped it worked.

Greg Wocher

Submitted by Pangeran Satrya Indra Tjahyadi on Monday, September 5, 2016

Thanks Mr Greg for your answer. I will try it.

Submitted by Simone Dal Maso on Monday, September 5, 2016

I don't know if Microsoft or Apple are deciding to make life difficult for windows user with mac.
Anyway with windows10 anniversary update you will have many trouble with audio, so reinstall bootcamp and don't use audio driver of Microsoft, at least on my Macair of 2014.
Anyway for me it is impossible to use cortana, thunderbird is not working because it freezes, Firefox is really slow so I must use google chrome as browser.
The difficult point is that any user seems to have different issues, but Windows seems really fast at the beginning, but after 15 20 minutes that you are using it, it becomes sometimes slow.

Submitted by Apple Khmer on Monday, September 5, 2016

That will all depend on the model of your MacBook and other. You should go to Apple's website and look at the requirements for your model.

Submitted by Pangeran Satrya Indra Tjahyadi on Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Yes, i have tried to download the necesarry software to install windows 10 on my macbook air 2014, but after my mac boot to windows, there is no sound to guide me through the installation process. For now, i give up.

Submitted by JN.V on Tuesday, September 6, 2016

There will be no sound if you boot in to Windows for the first time, because the Windows drivers for your specific Mac will have to be installed first, you'll have to get some sited assistance for that part.

Submitted by Apple Khmer on Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Actually, you can plug in a pair of headphones or earphoes and install them yourself.