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Boot Camp Drivers For IMac (Early 2009)


How to Install Boot Camp Drivers for iMac (Early 2009)




If you want to run Windows on your iMac (Early 2009), you need to install Boot Camp, which is a software that allows you to create a partition on your Mac hard drive and install Windows on it. Boot Camp also provides Windows support software (drivers) that enable your Mac hardware and peripherals to work properly in Windows.


In this article, we will show you how to download and install the latest Boot Camp drivers for your iMac (Early 2009) using a USB flash drive. Before you begin, make sure that you have the following:


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  • A Mac with an Intel processor and OS X 10.6 or later.



  • A Windows 10 installation disc or ISO file.



  • A 16GB or larger USB flash drive formatted as MS-DOS (FAT).



  • An internet connection.




Step 1: Download the Windows support software




The first step is to download the latest Windows support software from Apple. This software contains the drivers that you need to support 64-bit versions of Windows 7 and Windows 8 on your Mac. To download the software, follow these steps:



  • Start your Mac from macOS.



  • Plug the USB flash drive into your Mac.



  • Open Boot Camp Assistant, which is in the Utilities folder of your Applications folder.



  • From the menu bar at the top of your screen, choose Action > Download Windows Support Software, then choose your USB flash drive as the save destination.



  • When the download completes, quit Boot Camp Assistant.




The download file is a .zip file. Double click it to uncompress it, if it is not automatically uncompressed. Double-click the Boot Camp5 folder. Copy the entire contents of the .zip file to the root level of your USB flash drive.


Step 2: Install Windows on your Mac




The next step is to install Windows on your Mac using Boot Camp Assistant. This will create a partition on your Mac hard drive and install Windows on it. To install Windows, follow these steps:



  • Start your Mac from macOS.



  • Open Boot Camp Assistant, which is in the Utilities folder of your Applications folder.



  • Click Continue, then follow the onscreen instructions to select your ISO file and partition size. The default partition size for Windows is 32GB, but you can increase or decrease it depending on your needs.



  • Click Install, then enter your administrator password when prompted. Your Mac will restart and boot from the Windows installation disc or ISO file.



  • Follow the onscreen instructions to format the Windows partition and install Windows. When asked where you want to install Windows, select the BOOTCAMP partition, then click Format. Do not create or delete any other partitions.



  • After Windows is installed, your Mac will restart again and boot into Windows.




Step 3: Install the Windows support software




The final step is to install the Windows support software that you downloaded in Step 1. This will enable your Mac hardware and peripherals to work properly in Windows. To install the software, follow these steps:



  • When running Windows, locate the Boot Camp folder on the USB flash drive that you created in Step 1 and double click to open it.



  • Double click on setup.exe to start installing the Boot Camp Support Software.



  • When prompted to allow changes, click on Yes and follow the onscreen instructions.



  • When installation is complete, click Finish in the dialog that appears.



  • A system restart dialog box appears. Click Yes to complete the installation.




Congratulations! You have successfully installed Boot Camp drivers for your iMac (Early 2009). You can now enjoy using both macOS and Windows on your Mac. To switch between them, use the Startup Disk preference pane in macOS or the Boot Camp system tray icon in Windows.


For more information on Boot Camp, visit the official Apple support page.


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