I have a MacBook Air to which I have to install Windows 8.1 completely. I wiped the machine clean and did a common Windows install, but Windows didn't run well and while I was able to install some of the drivers that came along with bootcamp I downloaded from Apple, I could not just execute the package as a whole, as it was "not meant for my computer". So I decided to recover OS X (El Capitan), have it installed to an external drive and then use Bootcamp to do a full install of Windows to the main drive. But now he doesn't allow me to use the full drive, he always wants to keep a share of about 10 GB for an "OS X" that does not exist.
Is there a way to tell Bootcamp to use the whole disk? Otherwise, when I download macOS Sierra and create an install medium from it, will I be able to fetch the Bootcamp installer from this medium?