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[GUIDE] How to install Windows 10 on a Late 2006 iMac (And every other old Mac)
By popular demand, here is a guide on how to install Windows 10 on a Late 2006 iMac (or old Macs in general). This guide should work for almost every Mac out there that cannot directly install Windows 10 in Bootcamp. If you want to see what it looks like, I have my post here: https://www.reddit.com/mac/comments/frdg8p/14_years_and_still_going_strong_runs_the_latest/
Step 1: Preparing for Windows 7
Okay, the first step to installing Windows 10 on your old Mac is to actually use bootcamp to install Windows 7 first. This is the easiest way. Yes, you can duplicate your bootcamp application and change it around to let you install Windows 10 directly, but thats not what this guide is for because that can cause a whole slew of other problems when it comes to drivers. This is the easiest way. However, if you are interested in trying to jump the gun and get windows 10 directly from a flash drive, here is a guide: https://www.techrepublic.com/article/pro-tip-edit-boot-camp-to-install-windows-from-a-usb-flash-drive/. When it comes to installing the drivers, follow this guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWKXdwkPx6E. If this doesn’t work, you may have to use a program called Orca to modify the MSI files and make them run in windows 10. More on that here: https://superuser.com/questions/523282/installing-bootcamp-4-drivers-on-windows-8
So Bootcamp on older Windows machines makes you install Windows 7 from a disc. If you don’t have a disc lying around, you can easily make a Windows 7 install disc yourself. And if your disc drive is broken, keep reading because I have some fixes further down in the guide. To install Windows 7, you are first going to have to find a Windows 7 32 bit iso online. Most older Macs like the Late 2006 iMac only work with 32 bit versions of windows. Yes, you can create a custom windows installer to make your Mac install a 64 bit version of windows, but that once again can get complicated when it comes to drivers. If you really want to create a custom installer to run 64 bit Windows, check out this guide here: https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/installing-windows-7-10-x64-on-mac-pro-1-1-2-1.2037620/.
Once you have your Windows 7 32 bit ISO file downloaded, you can burn it to a disc by using the files app on Windows, or using the Finder on a Mac. If you are on Windows, right click the iso file and then click on "burn disk image". If you are on a Mac, all you have to do is select the ISO file you just downloaded, then go to File>Burn Disk Image “disk image name” to disk. This will create your Windows 7 32 bit installer.
NOTE: While in bootcamp, you will see an option to download the latest support drivers from Apple. Don’t waste your time. They were taken down since Windows 7 is no longer supported by Microsoft. However, I found them here: https://rebyte.me/en/apple/10682/file-614487/, so be sure to download them after you install windows 7.
If you have a working disk drive, skip to step 2. Otherwise, continue reading.
No working disk drive? No problem!
As stated before, bootcamp requires that you install Windows via a disk and not a USB. On some older models, it is physically impossible to circumnavigate this. There are other guides to circumnavigate this on some newer models, but I’ve had mixed results.
The easiest fix: If you are using an iMac with a broken disk drive, try laying your computer down flat so that the screen is facing upwards towards the ceiling. This allows gravity to help the laser read the data off of the DVD. This has worked for me some times, but is definitely not guaranteed to work.
The reliable (and also easy) fix: Using a USB SuperDrive. Alright, so by default, Apple will not let the USB SuperDrive work on Mac computers with a built in disk drive. Luckily, there is a way to force it to work. The first thing to try is to open terminal and type in the following command, and try to boot from the USB SuperDrive by holding down the Option key on the Mac keyboard, and selecting the Windows 7 disc:
sudo nvram boot-args="mbasd=1"
If this doesn’t work, no problem, sometimes the command just doesn’t do it. We can change this setting ourselves. First, launch TextEdit.
For OS X Lion:
Copy /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.Boot.plist to the Desktop. Drag the file onto TextEdit's icon in the Dock. The file will look like this:
Add the text "mbasd=1" (no quotes, no extra spaces) between
For OS X Snow Leopard and earlier:
In TextEdit create a new document, then copy all the text above into the document. Save it to the Desktop using the name com.apple.Boot.plist and close the document.
Finally: Copy the file to /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration and authenticate when asked. Restart, the SuperDrive will now work.
The hard fix: Replace the disk drive. Honestly, don’t do this it’s not worth it. Try the reliable fix above, or try to borrow a friend’s USB SuperDrive. Or, if you’re desperate, see if a local Apple Store or Apple Certified Store will let you borrow their USB SuperDrive if it is on display.
Step 2: Installing Windows
Alright you made it to step 2! Nice.
You should now be able to boot into the Windows 7 disc by holding down the Option key right when the Mac reboots, if it doesn’t automatically boot to the CD. If Windows asks for a product key, put one in if you have one. If you don’t have one, check around the house on the bottom of older computers. Older Windows computers had a product key sticker on there. If you don’t have a product key, its not a big deal since Windows should function normally without one.
To install windows, when you get to the screen to pick what hard drive to install windows on, select the drive that says “BOOTCAMP” and click on the “format” button. Then windows should install just fine. Feel free to get a snack or something because this will take a while.
Step 3: Installing Windows Updates and Bootcamp Drivers
To avoid any potential future problems, I would recommend checking Windows Update and seeing if there are any updates to be installed. My Windows 7 install disc was very old, so there was a whole slew of updates that needed to be installed
After this, download the Bootcamp drivers for your Mac here: https://rebyte.me/en/apple/10682/file-614487/, unzip the folder and run the installer “setup.exe”. This should give you all of the proper drivers to run windows on your Mac. Restart your computer when it tells you to.
If at this point you are content with running Windows 7 on your Mac, congratulations you’re finished. But for the FUN people who want to run Windows 10 on their Mac, keep reading.
Step 4: Taking note of driver names (DO NOT SKIP THIS STEP)
Please, please, please do not skip this step. This step is here to save you from the hour long headaches I encountered with step 6, and is very simple.
Take out a pen and paper or better yet use your phone to take pictures. Click on the start button and search “Device Manager”. You should be presented with a list of peripherals. There should be an arrow to the left of each of these. For each item on the list, click on the arrow and take a photo of the specific driver name.
It is really important that you have the exact driver name, since Windows 10 will uninstall some of these drivers, and they will have to be re-installed.
Psst. Hey, you. Yes, YOU! I need your help. Okay, so I actually skipped step 4 myself, which is why I’m begging you guys not to. Anyways, I for the life of me cannot find the proper bluetooth drivers for my Late 2006 iMac, with a 2.0GHz Core 2 Duo. In order to find the right driver, I would have to re-install windows 7 just to get the driver name. However, if one of you lovely redditors have the same computer and would like to help me out, can you please drop a comment with the proper driver name? Thank you!
Seriously, do not skip step 4. I regret it.
Step 5: Download Windows 10 Upgrade Tool
Microsoft has a convenient tool to upgrade your Windows 7 system to Windows 10, and its called “Windows 10 Media Creation Tool”. Download it and run it. and click on “update this computer”, when prompted. You can find the download here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10
NOTE: PLEASE DO NOT SKIP STEP 4. IF YOU DID, PLEASE GO BACK AND DO IT.
If you didn’t download the latest updates for Windows 7, you might have an old version of Internet Explorer that basically cannot do anything. Luckily, you can still install Google Chrome. So if you skipped out on all the updates and the Windows 10 download site wont work, use Google Chrome.
Feel free to grab another snack, because the Windows 10 Media Creation Tool is also going to take a while. You’ll know your computer is updated when the speakers on the computer blast “HI IM CORTANA! A LITTLE SIGN IN THERE, A TOUCH OF WIFI THERE”…ugh I hear this message too much.
Once again, IF YOU HAVE SKIPPED STEP 4 GO BACK AND DO IT
Step 6: Fixing what’s broken
Yea so this is the annoying part nobody likes. But don’t worry, if you DID STEP 4, we shouldn’t have any problems. Man I hope you did step 4. Otherwise, good luck. Seriously.
Ok, so now is the time to play around with the computer and see if anything in specific catches your eye that doesn’t seem right. For example, if your speakers are not detected, that’s a problem. However, there could also be subtle problems that might not be noticeable on first glance. For example, my WiFi speeds were only getting like 8MBPS as opposed to the 100MBPS I normally get. This is a big problem!
Open up device manager again, and now pull up that list of driver names or photos that you took in Windows 7 and compare them. If you see a driver that isn’t correct, we need to change the drivers. To do this, you open device manager and click the arrow button to the left of the driver you would like to change / update. Right click on the driver name and then click on “Update Driver”, and then “Browse my computer for driver software”. Then click on “Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer”. UNCHECK “Show Compatible Hardware”, and then search for the driver name from Windows 7. Click “next” and then your drivers should update.
If your drivers are not there, no problem. We can attempt to re-install the drivers from Apple, or find better ones online. The setup.exe provided won’t run in Windows 10 (unless you modify it)
There’s a few ways to re-install the drivers provided by Apple. The first way is to go into the folder where you downloaded the bootcamp drivers, then go to Bootcamp>Drivers> and here you should see a folder for each individual driver. You can pick and choose which setups you would like to run.
If you would like to try to run the installer in Windows 10, this trick might work but I haven’t tried it so I don’t know. I’ve tried the complicated way in the next paragraph and had success. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWKXdwkPx6E&t=220s
A more complex way of doing it is modifying the installer to run on Windows 10. To do that, we are going to need Orca to modify the MSI files and make them run in windows 10. A guide on how to do that is available here: https://superuser.com/questions/523282/installing-bootcamp-4-drivers-on-windows-8.
If these don’t work, don’t worry we have another way, but prepare yourself because we’re going to have to use *INALES* internet explorer. WAIT NO DON’T LEAVE TRUST ME. It doesn’t work on any other browser. Using internet explorer (we’ll be quick, I promise), visit the Microsoft Update Catalog here: https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/home.aspx, and search for your drivers. Add them to your basket, and download them. For my computer, I had to search for “ATI Radeon x1600”, since my graphics were not installing. The drivers will be downloaded in a .cab file. We’re going to need to unzip the drivers. 7Zip is one of the only applications that I know of that can do it right. You can get 7Zip free here: https://www.7-zip.org/. After 7Zip is downloaded, right click on the drivers we just downloaded, and unpack it with 7Zip. Finally, open device manager and click the arrow button to the left of the driver you would like to change / update. Right click on it and then click on “Update Driver”, and then “Browse my computer for driver software”. Then click on “Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer”. UNCHECK “Show Compatible Hardware”, and then search for the driver you just installed. Click “next” and then your drivers should update.
I told you step 4 was important!
Step 7: Profit
If this guide helped you in any way, feel free to comment and let me know! Also, if at any point any of the links I provided stop working, send me a message or comment below so I can fix it and find a replacement. I honestly didn’t think the guide would be this long, but this is everything I can think of when it comes to Windows 10 on an old mac. If I missed anything that you would like to add, just let me know!