I have an macbook air from 2012. I recently installed windows 10 in it. I also downloaded the bootcamp drivers from the website, and a folder named "BootCamp" was created in my Windows10 bootable USB. I was able to use it to install windows 10 and use it. Unfortunately, because of space issues, I deleted the windows partition. I thought I could reinstall it easily. I even backed up all the folders though, just in case. When I try to reinstall it, and I take the backup, it says that the folder named "BootCamp" is missing. So I create a folder named "$WinPEDriver$" and try manually start the setup.exe file in BootCamp folder, it says that the folder does not exist, or not a valid Windows install. So I create a empty folder named "$WinPEDriver$", and it seems to work.
Anyway I have a driver with which I installed Windows 10, and I have to reinstall now. I already backed up BootCamp folder (including $WinPEDriver$ folder) before deleting the partition, just in case. But when I try to reinstall it, I receive the following error: Unable to locate bluetooth usb host controller driver listed below:
The bluetooth host controller is only present on one of my daughter's Macbook Pros with OS X Mountain Lion. SHe had tried to install 10.8.x on her Macbook Pro (Lenovo T450/15''/) and it worked fine, but when the installer came to the bluetooth host controller, the driver didn't find it and reamed the installation. The initial backup of the drivers would have been unecessary to make a backup on a secondary partition. She needs it to use a wireless mouse and keyboard. d2c66b5586