Edit: I'm editing my old thread, so I finally got Windows 7 installed. I had to have another version of Windows on it before it would allow me to install it, and then I had to make sure it booted to the Windows HDD and not the Windows 7 disc upon reboot. But now of course I've got another problem. It seems to me after I install the Boot Camp drivers, something happens... I get the blue screen, Windows can't start correctly and it tries repairing itself on the next reboot. Well repairing or system restore doesn't help, and I reinstall it. Same thing happens. Is there something wrong with the 64-bit drivers? I updated it with the Vista 64-bit update. Old Topic: Ok, so I've been trying to install Windows 7 on an internal drive that's not my boot drive. When I get to where it ask me about which drive I want to install Windows on, I select it, says it needs to be formated, I do that, and then it gives me this error message... "Setup was unable to create a new system partition or locate an existing system partition. See the setup log files for more information." I've tried doing it three or four times and every time I get the same thing. Anyone know what's going on? Edit: I guess I should add that nothing appears to be wrong with the drive, OSX recognizes it. It only has one partition.