Install all the updates on that side, and then you should be free to use the normal Windows installation tool to update your version of Windows to Windows 10.
If you're trying to upgrade from a 32-bit version of Windows, you'll have to wipe the entire partitionin other words, kiss your data goodbye.
But then it added,"Updating boot support partitions for the volume as required." I've never seen that before. If i just do a Verify Disk, it says the disk appears to be OK but doesn't add the bit about boot support partitions. One is the one where the partition information is stored and how to access the drive (duh).
But the System really includes another two areas for data on the drive.
If you have Windows 8.0, update to Windows 8.1 before upgrading to Windows 10.
You can, with a lot of work, look inside this partition and see what's on it, but it's not worth it: you'll never have to worry about it. -- I'm trying a new usenet client for Mac, Nemo OS X, since 0 days. The Recovery Partition is not updated and you don't (and probably can't) update it...
The update, Boot Camp 6, is still propagating and is not yet available for OS X.(Apple provides a helpful list for that.) Assuming it does, you'll want to boot into OS X and make sure that you have any and all software updates installed.Switch over to your Boot Camp installation of Windows, and open the Apple Software Update tool.My reference "The missing manual" does not cover this challenge.You need support software (drivers) installed with Boot Camp to use Windows 10.