If you use Boot Camp to run Windows on your Mac, you can visit the AMD website to download the latest version of their drivers for Windows. These Mac computers use AMD graphics:

  • 15-inch MacBook Pro introduced in 2015 or later
  • 27-inch iMac introduced in 2014 or later
  • 21.5-inch iMac with Retina display introduced in 2017 or later
  • iMac Pro introduced in 2017
  • Mac Pro introduced in 2013 or later

Some people have a hard time installing drivers for Windows 10 on Boot Camp, here is how to install them www.bootcamponosx.com https://support.apple.com/down. Get Boot Camp Assistant Help. Boot Camp Assistant guides you through the steps to install Windows 10 on your Mac. Get Boot Camp Control Panel Help. Use the Boot Camp Control Panel to configure hardware when you’re using Windows. Make sure that macOS is up to date. Boot Camp works best when you’re using the latest version of macOS.

Check your version of AMD graphics drivers

  1. Start up your Mac in Windows.
  2. Take any of these steps to open Radeon settings:
    • Right-click your desktop and choose AMD Radeon Settings.
    • Or click Radeon Settings in the notification area.
    • Or choose AMD Radeon Settings from the Programs menu.
  3. In Radeon settings, click the System Tab, then click the Software tab.
  4. The version number is shown under Driver Packaging Version.

Download and install the latest AMD graphics drivers

Apple Boot Camp Drivers Download

  1. In Windows, go to the AMD website, then click Drivers & Support.
  2. Select your product from the list, not the menu: First select Graphics, then select Mac Graphics in the next column, then select Apple Boot Camp in the next column.
  3. Click Submit to view the list of available drivers.
  4. Look for the driver version that supports your Mac model. If it's a later version (higher number) than the version installed on your Mac, click Download.
  5. Extract the downloaded ZIP file, then run the Setup app in the resulting folder to install the drivers.

I have looked for a while now. I have found a download page here:


AMD/ATI 64bit display driver 8.93-111205a-132079C-ATI (Catalyst 12.1) for Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows 7.Resolved Issues for the Windows 7:- Alient vs. Ati radeon hd 4500 windows 10 driver.

The latest date on anything I can find here is from 2015.


Another page directs me to use the boot camp assistant, but it requires that I have a thumb drive (ready to be reformatted), and I must reboot into MacOS I'm not going to do that. In anticipation to some responses, we can argue about it if you want but it'll be a waste of energy.


Many other situations would involve going to a web page and downloading an installer so I'm asking here for what I'm missing.


Thank you for responses that stick to the point and answer the question.

Apple Boot Camp Drivers Windows 10


I felt like showing a bit more of the process:

1) 'install Windows on a Mac with Boot Camp Assistant' https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201468

Ok this looks useful but the process is written for a fresh format and install of Windows.

Here's a link for:

2) 'If the Boot Camp Installer Doesn't Open..' https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208495

Ok that's cool now I know I'm looking for some 'Boot Camp Installer' that needs to run on my Windows side

3) But of course there's no link to a 'Boot Camp Installer' I needed to use the Assistant from the MacOS side and the thumb drive.

Boot Camp Software Windows 10

4) Wait wait, here's a section called 'If you can't download or save the Windows support software:'

Oh, but this section just troubleshoots problems you have with formatting your USB drive and with USB drive recommendations.


I don't know why it's like this. Any other system would just have an installer and even an update agent for download. Is apple protecting IP and software licenses. Possible. Are they keeping users from downloading the wrong versions of stuff? Possible but there are other ways to do that.


They made a choice to handhold users through disk formatting instead of just having a download.

MacBook Pro 13', macOS 10.14

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