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I have a Macbook Pro from late 2011 with a failing hard drive that had macOS and Windows 7 installed on it. I just bought a new one and decided to put in a Windows 10 USB to boot from since I never used macOS that often anymore. Once I got everything setup there were no drivers (which was expected), so I downloaded them from the Bootcamp Assistant tool on a friends computer. When I try and launch the drivers setup.exe I get the error "This version of Bootcamp is not intended for this computer model". Is there any way to bypass this error or should I download the drivers from somewhere else?

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