Apple updating boot camp video drivers
Apple has released an updated version of its Boot Camp software to support installations of Windows on a secondary partition of its Mac systems.
While Apple does not officially support third-party operating systems and software installed on your Mac, it does provide Boot Camp as an option so people can use Apple's trackpads and other hardware when running in Windows.
You will need an external hard drive or flash drive formatted to the FAT filesystem to perform this update: Along with standard bug fixes for the driver software, one of the new features of the Boot Camp update is implementation of 64-bit versions of the drivers, allowing for their use in 64-bit versions of Windows 7 and Windows 8.
If you use Boot Camp on your Mac, and especially if you are using a 64-bit version of Windows, then you might consider downloading and installing this update; however, be sure to fully back up your Boot Camp partition first.
Windows 10 support is only available on select Macs with OS X Yosemite and the latest version of Boot Camp, which will automatically download the support software (drivers) needed to use Windows 10 on a Mac.
Boot Camp requires an authentic copy of Windows 10 for a new installation, which can be purchased from Microsoft in an ISO file or USB stick for 9.
You can identify your Mac model by choosing About This Mac in the Apple menu.
Older OSX versions should have i finaly got the driver up to date doing it manule and going thogh the drop downs on the amd website.