Mac Mini 2009 Boot Camp Windows 8

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Updated April 2014

Apple have at long last provided not only direct download links for Windows drivers, but also tables of which link you need for each model/year. If you can work out which model of apple you have, you can now get the direct download link from the apple site.

How to find the correct BootCamp direct download link for your Mac model

  • Go to this page: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5634
  • About half way down the page, find the heading “Boot Camp requirements by Mac model
  • Under that, find the heading for your Mac model. There are headings for MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook, iMac, Mac mini and Mac Pro.
  • Each heading hides a table by model & year vs. windows version. There are direct download links for Windows 8 and Windows 7, for 32-bit and 64-bit.
  • Choose your download. Done.

How do I work out which Mac model I have?

  • The same page has instructions. With pictures!

I downloaded. Now what?

Mac Mini 2009 Boot Camp Windows 8
  • Each download link includes instructions

But I’m in Windows already, and I can’t open this .pkg file download Apple has just given me

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Then you want this page: www.cafe-encounter.net/p860/opening-a-bootcamp-driver-download-on-windows-7-or-8-with-7-zip

Only 64-bit drivers are listed but I want 32-bit drivers. Or vice versa

You’re stepping into the realm of the unsupported, so you’re at your own risk here. What you can try is: get the download you think you want; open it with 7-zip; Now instead of running the installer, open the Folder that contains the individual driver installers. Run each of those. If it doesn’t work, you can uninstall from the Windows Control Panel and try again with the drivers Apple said you should use.

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My model isn’t listed on that Apple page

Ah. Thats sad. You may be looking for the impossible. Your last hope is probably to try this page on older Mac models http://www.cafe-encounter.net/p682/download-bootcamp-drivers For models older than that, you’re in the era before BootCamp downloads, and you probably need an OS X Leopard or earlier install CD.

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How do I install Windows 8.1. on my early 2009 iMac? I have updated to the latest version of OS X, Mavericks, and have Boot Camp Version 5.1.0 (473).

I don’t plan to use the Mac keyboard or mouse, but instead a hard connection keyboard and mouse.

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  1. Succinct and to a point.
    Yet a worthless response.
    The biggest issue you will have is drivers. Currently Apple has a limit set of Bootcamp available drivers for Windows 8.1
    Try your Google-foo and see other peoples complaints and how some of them pulled off getting it onboard.

    In the end, if you follow the normal path of using Bootcamp, it will tell you if there are drivers specific to a given OS version. My iMac 24 inch with a fresh install of Mavericks and Bootcamp 5.1, claims there is no driver support for Windows 8.1 for this particular Mac.

    I personally haven't tried to see if I can wing certain pushing manufacturer drivers by hand for some of the chips.

    Alternately, you should consider VMWare Fusion 6 or Parallels 9 as a way of getting Windows 8.1 to run on your iMac without BootCamp