Apple today released a new Boot Camp Assistant driver for MacBook Pro 16 inches. This driver is required to install and run Windows on Mac.
The new 16-inch MacBook Pro was released last week with improved specifications, but some users see special problems with their laptops. Some reports on Apple's support forum say that users cannot continue to install Windows on their new MacBook.
Boot Camp Assistant warns that drivers are not available for this particular Mac model. With Boot Camp, users can install Windows on another Mac internal storage partition to switch between macOS and Microsoft operating systems.
The correct driver is needed for the CPU, GPU, USB connection, and other computer components to be recognized by the system.
For those who have problems setting up Boot Camp on a 16 inch MacBook Pro, just try the same process again to get the latest drivers that are compatible with new laptops.
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