Recently I swapped my SuperDrive out for an SSD using OWC's datadoubler. I also bought their external SuperDrive enclosure so I'd still be able to use discs when needed. The SuperDrive works fine when I'm in OSX; I can install software, burn discs, etc. However, when I go to install Windows via Bootcamp I am able to start the installation in OSX, but when it goes to reboot and kick into the Windows install the bootup process hangs and it flashes between the gray screen with the Apple Logo and a Circle with a line through it. I let it sit a while but it doesn't seem to go beyond that. Although sometimes it flashes a folder with a question mark in it. Is there something about the external enclosure that won't allow discs to boot? If I can't get this to work I may try buying another external DVD drive or following the process I've found on installing Win7 on a MBA w/o an external super drive.