Updating nvidia bootcamp
Pike's Universum: Not until Apple officially pulls the plug. That's when Apple has teased the new (modular) Mac Pro will make an appearance, at least.It's possible Mac mini will get pushed out to 2019, but the sooner the better. Mac mini is supposed to be the entry-level Mac desktop, but as Mac Books become the mainstream choice, there's room to do something... Appliance computing is all well and good but there's also something to be said for a computer than can grow with you. An easy to use starter system that can have new and better memory, drives, and perhaps even graphics that can expand over time, if and when you need them.My distress remains Apple not updating the current design with modern chipsets and ports in the meantime.As part of an exclusive briefing held at Apple's campus in Cupertino, senior vice president Phil Schiller commented — sorta — on the future of Mac mini.At the end, if your drive was OK, the screen will say “The volume (name of your hard drive) appears to be OK”.If any repair was made, you’ll see the prompt, “FILE SYSTEM WAS MODIFIED”.My desktop resolution shot up to 4k, but I couldn't change the screen resolution.
While it hasn't been officially supported, Apple is updating its Boot Camp tool this week to provide Windows 10 support for 64-bit Macs.However, when I did this process, the install portion would barf.It would say something like "can't find hardware" or "not the right driver"... Should I just install the latest from NVIDIA without uninstalling first?So I updated my Bootcamp installation to Windows 10 yesterday, and it looks like MS uninstalled the AMD driver (which is fine).I went to the AMD site and downloaded driver 15.7.1.
Many people have hoped that Apple would replace the existing Mac mini with more of a Mac mini tower, complete with expansion ports.