'No device drivers were found. Make sure the installation media contains the correct drivers and then click OK.' I get this error every time I attempt to install Windows 10 with boot camp on my MacBook Air (13-inch, Mid 2013) with a 'APPLE SSD SM0512F' installed.
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I have followed all of the instructions I can find out there. I have pulled down the latest 'Download Windows Support Software' in bootcamp, pointed to anything like 'APPLESSD.SYS' in the folders it brings down, had to uncheck the check box in the Windows install dialog that was something like 'hide incompatible', two drivers show up and tried either of them, and the red bars that show it trying something just flash a few times and then either nothing happens (can't choose next) or the 'no drivers' message comes back.
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I will try to take some pictures of the screen and post them.
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Posted on Feb 5, 2018 9:58 AM