I'm trying to find the 64bit drivers for Boot Camp. Really only trying to get a Magic Mouse working on a Windows machine that I'm forced to use, but my only Mac now is an M1 and it won't launch Boot Camp Assistant to create the driver image.

What can I do to download them?

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    Perhaps a Windows-compatible Bluetooth mouse would suffice instead of jumping through hoops to get a driver which may not exist?
    – IconDaemon
    Jan 7, 2022 at 17:37
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    @IconDaemon Perhaps. I looked around for a mouse with a touchpad on top to scroll with and found that I already owned one. Reduce, reuse, recycle... ♻️ Feb 3, 2022 at 21:28

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While downloading the Windows Support Software (formally the Boot Camp Support Software) should be possible for any Intel based Mac from a M1 Mac, you would first have to at least know which Intel Mac and possibly which version of Windows.

According to everyman.com an Apple iMac 27-Inch "Core i5" 3.3 (5K, Mid-2015) has the Model Identifier iMac15,1. According to Apple this model had the Magic Mouse option. AFAIK, the only Windows Support Software download available from Apple for an iMac15,1 is from this link. This installs to the /Library/Application\ Support/BootCamp folder. The download contains over 2700 items. I found a AppleWirelessMouse64.exe that might be helpful.

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