Updating to 3 0 bootcamp in windows
Below are the latest driver versions and download links for each host controller.
Also, I don't know if it makes difference but I have new OS X beta installed on my Mac.First, identify which USB 3.0 host controller(s) are installed in your system.Most machines will have a single USB 3.0 host controller, and two USB 2.0 host controllers.The update had been in testing for 3.5 months before being delivered to the public which means it should hopefully be free of bugs.Seeing that is was about this time last year that Apple announced Mountain Lion, there is speculation that Apple could be announcing the next update, 10.9, in the near future.If your copy of Windows came as an installation DVD, you need to create an ISO image from this media to install Windows using Boot Camp.
If you don't, you might see the message "press any key" or your Mac might not start up from Windows during installation.
Not all drivers are available directly from the host controller vendor, and are instead distributed by the PCI express card or motherboard vendor that integrated that host controller.
In most of these cases, it is just fine to use a driver download from a different website than the one that sold you the card, as long as it uses the same host controller.
The other part of a collection of drivers for Windows systems that allows your Windows install, once completed, to gain access to all the functions your hardware has to offer, so making sure your Facetime camera works, providing a sensible (well, sort of sensible it can be argued) keyboard mapping and trackpad driver, and various other bits and bobs.
For example a recent update in this area allowed bootcamp installations to not fall over and die at the sight of a Filevault 2 protexted Mac filesystem...
Apple has pushed out an update today for OS X that finally delivers Boot Camp support for Windows 8.