Hello, I own an early 2008 Macbook Pro (not unibody) with a SuperDrive that no longer works. I had 2 partitions previously installed one for OSX (which is now Lion) and Windows 7. I installed an SSD into my laptop which has been fantastic improving the speed and briniging more life to this laptop. I have ran into a huge problem that I have been tackling for 2 days and have read numerous amount of tutorials at which non have helped. I am trying to install Windows 7 on a seperate partition and tried using Boot Camp to do this installation, I have loaded windows 7 onto a USB stick which I performed on my windows based computer with a tool called "Windows 7USB/DVD Download Tool". Now going back to my mac and loading Boot Camp and sticking the USB in and after telling the computer how much of the drive I want to partition I am getting an error message saying it "cannot find my windows disk please insert it and try again". All I want to do is have 2 partitions one for osx and one for windows though without a SuperDrive this seems so hard to accomplish, the tutorials I have read all seem out of date as the manipulate VMWare one seems so confusing and seems like steps aren't explained well enough and other methods seem to be for the macbook air. I guess I can't share my DVD Drive on another computer and install it that way like I would using a macbook air? Is there anyway to trick the macbook into thinking that? I am out of ideas and seems like my only solution is to grab a new SuperDrive which I don't want to do as other then needing it for this is a useless drive to me. Please if people can help me out I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you. Note: Sorry for the very long post I just wanted to really make sure I explained everything!