Okay so I've tried to install W7 multiple different ways. I tried using Bootcamp, I also tried using reFit, no luck. Honestly I prefer the refit option to the Bootcamp option. I know you can still install Linux and other OSs after installing W7 via Bootcamp, but I'd like to be able to choose my OS right when the computer starts up. Either way, that has nothing to do with my problem, so that's my prerogative. Basically I tried to install for a long time before realizing that 2013 iMacs won't accept W7 installs that have 32/64 both on the same .iso or disc. It has to be 64 bit only. Once I figured that out, it made things a little easier, I wasn't able to load Windows before. Now when I partition my drive and get to the windows install and setup screens, I get to the point where it asks you to install the bootcamp drivers, which I made sure to get beforehand. I also made sure I got the right one (5.1.5640). Everytime I get to that point however, it just doesn't load. It says it cannot find the drivers, and the installation can't go any further, so I have to restart and load Mac OS X. I am really starting to get frustrated with this whole thing because I would like to play some Steam games and a lot of the ones I want are Windows only. Also I have no problems installing as many Linux OS's as I can, but W7 just doesn't want to accept the drivers.