Boot Camp Audio Drivers Windows 10

No Sound in Windows 10 (self. Epson Driver For Windows 10 more. bootcamp). I'm using a MBP late 2011 and have tried downloading the Cirrus Audio drivers directly from the Cirrus website to no avail.

Boot Camp Audio Drivers Windows 10

I installed Windows 10 on my 15' Retina Macbook Pro. Nvidia Geforce 430 Drivers Windows 10. Once installed, I attempted to install the BootCamp drivers but it keeps getting hung up on the Realtek audio driver. I even left it overnight thinking it was just really slow but still no luck. Anyone have trouble with the install and/or know what could be the issue here?

Specifics: • BootCamp 6 • 2013 15' Retina MacBook Pro • OS X El Capitan • Realtek Driver 2.84 I attempted to install the drivers individually, boot the BootCamp launcher that allows you to reboot into OS X and the Apple Touch Pad driver is not installed properly. The touchpad does not allow for scroll or right click. I had the same problem as well. The issue seems to be that the Bootcamp software is looking for the correct Realtek drivers, but can't find them so it just hangs. To fix it, manually install the while the Bootcamp setup is running.

Then, go to Task Manager, find the Setup process, right click and press Go to details. Then find the RealtekSetup.exe process and kill that. Bootcamp setup will now skip that step and continue installing the rest of the drivers.

And since you downloaded the realtek drivers manually, you now have those as well. For more info see on apple discussion forms. According to @Pi, it is unnecessary to download the Realtek drivers. Just kill the RealtekSetup.exe process, let the installation of the rest of the drivers complete, and then run this RealtekSetup.exe process from list of software included in the Bootcamp drivers. You can find this executable at /BootCamp/Drivers/Realtek/RealtekProcess.exe. First of all thanks to every1 for sharing your views,i have faced this very exact problem about installing realtek sound driver in bootcamp,every time bootcamp just hangs,and the only simple trick to this very annoying issue is to kill the realtek installation task by entering into your task manager,just kill the process and the bootcamp installation will b completed successfully and after that you can install the realtek driver manually by entering bootcamp folder and the problem is gone.Enjoy:).