Ok, finally ran into my first problem with Mavericks. It's a doozy. Please if anyone has any advice, let me know. My bootcamp partition was acting a little buggy. I also wanted to make the partition larger, so I went ahead and erased it, made a larger partition and was getting ready to install windows 7. Unfortunately, little to my knowledge, bootcamp assistant is programmed to not allow installation of Windows via USB if your computer had an optical drive in it's factory delivered form. I have removed my optical drive in favor of a second hard drive and encased my original superdrive into an External USB hub. There apparently used to be a solution involving editing the plist.info text document to allow USB installation. However, as of MAVERICKS, this document is now locked and unable to be edited. I was running windows 7 fine until I scrapped it, and now I have no way to re-install windows short of going through a laborious process of re-installing my optical drive into my laptop, installing, and then re-installing my hard drive back in. The only reason is due to a software bias for my series of laptop because it "used to have" an optical drive. Does anyone know of any way that I can bypass this issue to get Windows Re-installed to a bootcamp partition on a mid-2010 macbook pro without using the optical drive? Thanks in advance!