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I've followed the instructions here : https://support.apple.com/en-au/HT204990

I have a late 2013 MacBook Pro Retina. Currently running Windows 7 64bit. I've got the latest OS X 10.11 El Capitan, all software updates applied. I've run the Apple Software Update in Windows 7 - all up to date.

When I click on the Get Windows 10 icon, it displays:

"Unfortunately, this PC is unable to run Windows 10... because one or more things are incompatible.

Viewing the report, it says:

"The device manufacturers haven't made these devices compatible with Windows 10, so they won't work. Check with the manufacturers for support."

Apple Broadcom Built-in Bluetooth

Apple Inc.

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Try updating the bluetooth driver using the one found here: http://support.lenovo.com/au/en/downloads/ds031759

It should have the supported Windows 10 driver for the Bluetooth chipset found in that model (BCM20702).

Once completed, try the upgrade again.

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I ended up going in to Windows Update and it showed Windows 10 as the main update option with a 'Get Started' button. Clicked that and it all worked just fine.

No need to fiddle around any more trying to please the 'Get Windows 10' icon.

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Seem like you have to install Windows 10 manually with iso file and bootcamp, then install the driver.

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