Hi everyone, Im new to this forum but not new to mac's (had one since 2008). I have made this account to get help with installing Windows 7 in boot camp. I consider myself to be a tech savvy guy but I am really really stumped by this!. So firstly ill tell you my specs (I want to give as much info as possible so this can be solved quicker); Mid 2012 13" MBP, 2.9GHz dual core i7, 8GB Ram, OS X 10.8.3, 250GB Samsung 840 SSD (start up disk - 187GB free), 750GB HDD (media disk - 420GB free), the optical drive has been removed. I have tried this with 3 different Windows 7 64-Bit ISO's - Home Premium, Professional and Ultimate. I have also tried 2 different SanDisk USB's (one 16GB one 4GB). When I launch Boot Camp Assistant 5.0.2 I tell it to create the disk, download the support software and install windows. I then select the ISO and USB disk. It formats the drive OK, but immediately after getting to 'copying windows files' this error appears: "Your bootable USB drive could not be created" "An error occurred while copying the windows installation files." The only choice I have at this point is to quit the Boot Camp Assistant. I have done a decent bit of searching around today and tried rebooting my computer, making sure the ISO is unmounted, different ISO's, different locations for the ISO's. I just cant seem to get it to work. Any help?