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HI People ... Just installed via boot camp (2nd time) Windows 10 pro ver-1709 on my iMac late 2015 Retina 16gb ram , 1Tb fusion drive iMac ... I cant find a driver for this hardware device ACPI\VEN_BCM can any one help!! Tried all the options at this stage reloaded windows updated boot camp etc etc etc. Great if you can help

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Dec 7, 2017 6:15 PM in response to Loner T In response to Loner T

Loner T,


So, the latest is that I pointed to the $WinPEDriver$ folder via Unknown Device Properties > Update Driver > Browse my computer for driver software > Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer > Bluetooth > Have Disk > Browse > ...AppleBluetoothBroadcom64 > AppleBTBC.inf (dated 9/8/2015 3:20 PM) > Open > OK > highlighted the Apple Broadcom Built-in Bluetooth listing > Next > yes to warning > and get a message that "Windows has succesfully updated your drivers" and it calls it Apple Broadcom Built-in Bluetooth.


But, there is an exclamation mark over the new Bluetooth icon in the Device Manager. Drilling into that it says " This device cannot start. (Code 10) The specified request is not a valid operation for the target device." In Events it says "Device ACPI\BCM238D\1 requires further installation.". I cannot see a difference in operation of my BT Apple Magic Keyboard or Apple Magic Trackpad 2 with or without this attempted installation and a restart of the computer. I'm not sure that it REALLY used the AppleBTBC.inf I pointed to as the driver date is still 7/31/2015 version 6.0.6100.0.


Bob

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Nov 21, 2017 11:53 AM in response to habby1 In response to habby1

In Windows 10, under Driver Details the Compatible Ids Property claims:


ACPI\apple-usb-blth

apple-usb-blth


So, I believe this to be part of the Bluetooth hardware installation but pointing to the Broadcomm drivers from Apple has not helped me either yet. This is for a late 2015 iMac 27".


Bob

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Nov 21, 2017 11:53 AM in response to habby1 In response to habby1

In Windows 10, under Driver Details the Compatible Ids Property claims:


ACPI\apple-usb-blth

apple-usb-blth


So, I believe this to be part of the Bluetooth hardware installation but pointing to the Broadcomm drivers from Apple has not helped me either yet. This is for a late 2015 iMac 27".


Bob

Nov 21, 2017 11:53 AM

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Dec 7, 2017 10:10 AM in response to gptbob In response to gptbob

In Bootcamp.xml, search for Bluetooth and post the package list for BT. I will also check for the late 2015 iMac. It would also be helpful to know the exact model from Identify your iMac - Apple Support. Do not post the serial number of your iMac.

Dec 7, 2017 10:10 AM

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Dec 7, 2017 10:50 AM in response to gptbob In response to gptbob

In this version, I see the following...


<Name>Apple Built-in Bluetooth


<InfName>AppleBT.inf</InfName>


<Class>Bluetooth</Class>

<ClassGUID>{e0cbf06c-cd8b-4647-bb8a-263b43f0f974}</ClassGUID>


<CatalogFile>AppleBT.CAT</CatalogFile>


<Provider> "Apple Inc."</Provider>

<DriverVer>03/01/2010, 3.0.0.5</DriverVer>


<ServiceBinary>applebt.sys</ServiceBinary>


<HardwareID></HardwareID>


<isX64>no</isX64>


</Name>

<Name>Apple Built-in Bluetooth


<InfName>AppleBT64.inf</InfName>


<Class>Bluetooth</Class>

<ClassGUID>{e0cbf06c-cd8b-4647-bb8a-263b43f0f974}</ClassGUID>


<CatalogFile>AppleBT64.CAT</CatalogFile>


<Provider>"Apple Inc."</Provider>

<DriverVer>03/01/2010, 3.0.0.5</DriverVer>


<ServiceBinary>applebt.sys</ServiceBinary>


<HardwareID></HardwareID>


<isX64>yes</isX64>


</Name>

<Name>Apple Broadcom Built-in Bluetooth


<InfName>AppleBTBC.inf</InfName>


<Class>Bluetooth</Class>

<ClassGUID>{e0cbf06c-cd8b-4647-bb8a-263b43f0f974}</ClassGUID>


<CatalogFile>AppleBTBC.CAT</CatalogFile>


<Provider>"Apple Inc."</Provider>

<DriverVer>07/31/2015,6.0.6100.0</DriverVer>


<ServiceBinary>AppleBtBc.sys</ServiceBinary>


<HardwareID></HardwareID>


<isX64>yes</isX64>


</Name>

<Name>Bluetooth Driver Management Service

<InfName>BtwSerialBus-dev.inf</InfName>


<Class>System</Class>

<ClassGUID>{4D36E97D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}</ClassGUID>

<CatalogFile>btwserialbus-devx64.cat</CatalogFile>


<Provider>Broadcom</Provider>

<DriverVer>07/17/2015,12.0.1.700</DriverVer>


<ServiceBinary>btwampfl.sys</ServiceBinary>


<HardwareID></HardwareID>


<isX64>yes</isX64>


</Name>


Also, in $WinPEDriver$, there is a directory called AppleBluetoothBroadcom64 which has the same .inf file entry as Apple Broadcom Built-in Bluetooth in the .XML file.


Can you try to install this manually by pointing to the directory in $WinPEDriver$?

Dec 7, 2017 10:50 AM

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Dec 7, 2017 4:51 PM in response to Loner T In response to Loner T

Hello Loner T,


iMac 17,1 with identical BT package list you posted (please see below). I'll check out $WinPEDriver$ next.



</Name>

<Name>Bluetooth Driver Management Service

<InfName>BtwSerialBus-dev.inf</InfName>

<Class>System</Class>

<ClassGUID>{4D36E97D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}</ClassGUID>

<CatalogFile>btwserialbus-devx64.cat</CatalogFile>

<Provider>Broadcom</Provider>

<DriverVer>07/17/2015,12.0.1.700</DriverVer>

<ServiceBinary>btwampfl.sys</ServiceBinary>

<HardwareID></HardwareID>

<isX64>yes</isX64>

</Name>



Model Name: iMac

Model Identifier: iMac17,1

Processor Name: Intel Core i7

Processor Speed: 4 GHz

Number of Processors: 1

Total Number of Cores: 4

L2 Cache (per Core): 256 KB

L3 Cache: 8 MB

Memory: 32 GB

Boot ROM Version: IM171.0110.B00

SMC Version (system): 2.34f2


<Name>Apple Built-in Bluetooth

<InfName>AppleBT.inf</InfName>

<Class>Bluetooth</Class>

<ClassGUID>{e0cbf06c-cd8b-4647-bb8a-263b43f0f974}</ClassGUID>

<CatalogFile>AppleBT.CAT</CatalogFile>

<Provider> "Apple Inc."</Provider>

<DriverVer>03/01/2010, 3.0.0.5</DriverVer>

<ServiceBinary>applebt.sys</ServiceBinary>

<HardwareID></HardwareID>

<isX64>no</isX64>

</Name>

<Name>Apple Built-in Bluetooth

<InfName>AppleBT64.inf</InfName>

<Class>Bluetooth</Class>

<ClassGUID>{e0cbf06c-cd8b-4647-bb8a-263b43f0f974}</ClassGUID>

<CatalogFile>AppleBT64.CAT</CatalogFile>

<Provider>"Apple Inc."</Provider>

<DriverVer>03/01/2010, 3.0.0.5</DriverVer>

<ServiceBinary>applebt.sys</ServiceBinary>

<HardwareID></HardwareID>

<isX64>yes</isX64>

</Name>

<Name>Apple Broadcom Built-in Bluetooth

<InfName>AppleBTBC.inf</InfName>

<Class>Bluetooth</Class>

<ClassGUID>{e0cbf06c-cd8b-4647-bb8a-263b43f0f974}</ClassGUID>

<CatalogFile>AppleBTBC.CAT</CatalogFile>

<Provider>"Apple Inc."</Provider>

<DriverVer>07/31/2015,6.0.6100.0</DriverVer>

<ServiceBinary>AppleBtBc.sys</ServiceBinary>

<HardwareID></HardwareID>

<isX64>yes</isX64>

</Name>


</Name>

<Name>Bluetooth Driver Management Service

<InfName>BtwSerialBus-dev.inf</InfName>

<Class>System</Class>

<ClassGUID>{4D36E97D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}</ClassGUID>

<CatalogFile>btwserialbus-devx64.cat</CatalogFile>

<Provider>Broadcom</Provider>

<DriverVer>07/17/2015,12.0.1.700</DriverVer>

<ServiceBinary>btwampfl.sys</ServiceBinary>

<HardwareID></HardwareID>

<isX64>yes</isX64>

</Name>

Dec 7, 2017 4:51 PM

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Dec 7, 2017 6:15 PM in response to Loner T In response to Loner T

Loner T,


So, the latest is that I pointed to the $WinPEDriver$ folder via Unknown Device Properties > Update Driver > Browse my computer for driver software > Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer > Bluetooth > Have Disk > Browse > ...AppleBluetoothBroadcom64 > AppleBTBC.inf (dated 9/8/2015 3:20 PM) > Open > OK > highlighted the Apple Broadcom Built-in Bluetooth listing > Next > yes to warning > and get a message that "Windows has succesfully updated your drivers" and it calls it Apple Broadcom Built-in Bluetooth.


But, there is an exclamation mark over the new Bluetooth icon in the Device Manager. Drilling into that it says " This device cannot start. (Code 10) The specified request is not a valid operation for the target device." In Events it says "Device ACPI\BCM238D\1 requires further installation.". I cannot see a difference in operation of my BT Apple Magic Keyboard or Apple Magic Trackpad 2 with or without this attempted installation and a restart of the computer. I'm not sure that it REALLY used the AppleBTBC.inf I pointed to as the driver date is still 7/31/2015 version 6.0.6100.0.


Bob

Dec 7, 2017 6:15 PM

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