I've got an Early 2015 MacBook Pro (128GB, MacbookPro12,1) and I'd like to run Windows 10 on it but as its own OS instead of via a virtualisation program. Due to the space constraints imposed by the 128GB flash drive, I've installed Windows 10 (using Rufus) as a Windows To Go installation on a 32GB Sandisk USB 3.0 stick I've got.
Windows 10 works perfectly normally from the stick (I boot into it via EFI) but I can't get the drivers for the hardware from Boot Camp. Whenever I run BootCamp on my Mac, it tells me I don't have the 50GB free on my boot disk that I need to be able to partition (I don't), but it won't go any further and give me the option to download only the drivers.
The only thing I want from Boot Camp Assistant are the drivers for Windows 10.
Is there a way to fix this? The Boot Camp 6 drivers (needed for Windows 10, apparently) don't appear to be anywhere online - I could only find version 5 on Apple's website, which I believe is only designed for Windows 8 (the setup program doesn't work on my MacBook when running Windows 10, anyway).
Any help is much appreciated, I'm rather noobish with all this stuff!