Is there anyway to use the Nvidia card on the Windows?
Update: There are newer official NVidia OEM compatiblie drivers available than the ones bundled with Boot Camp 3.0. Laptop Video To Go has archived the 186.03 x86 and x64 drivers from NVidia's site.
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From there, your Mac can proceed into either native UEFI or switch to legacy BIOS (actually it’s UEFI simulating a BIOS via the EFI-CSM module).
If you purchased your Macbook Pro with the graphics card upgrade, you actually have TWO graphics cards inside.
My friend recently downloaded windows on his macbook in order to play PC games, however under display adapters there's only something called Parallels Display Adapter (wddm).
The Nvidia GTX 650M or the Intel HD 4000 is nowhere to be seen, and the game quality is pretty poor. And because I like Windows 10 and because Apple stopped OS support on that machine sometime back.When you power on your Mac, it first runs the UEFI firmware.I¬¨‚Ä†noticed with Mavericks and running Bootcamp that the drivers download automatically from the Bootcamp installer are not quite complete for Windows 7 64 Bit edition.¬¨‚Ä† You can still manually install most of the drivers from the USB disk that Bootcamp creates but you will run into a couple that it will refuse to find.After searching on the internet I have these drives which are for the NVIDIA chipset which adds the SMS Bus and Coprocessor / which makes the machine function properly / sleep properly / perform better :).Although your BIOS booted Windows will still only see 4 partitions overall, when you boot into GPT mac OS it should see even more.