Does anyone know of a way to install Windows 7 on a Macbook Pro without a SuperDrive? Some options, that should work for say, a Macbook Air don't work on a Macbook Pro; 1. Using an external SuperDrive - this is not supported on the Macbook Pro, like it is in the Macbook Air. Windows won't install from an external SuperDrive/DVD drive on the Macbook Pro. 2. Using a USB stick and rEFIt. I just get a "no bootable device" error when trying to install Windows from USB on my MBP. It should work on the MBA but I can't seem to get it to work on a MBP. 3. Using a remote disc. Even when applying a terminal hack to enable remote discs on the MBP, it only works while booted into OS X. It won't detect a remote disc when holding option while booting. I looked for some alternatives, but couldn't find any that work for me. In this thread is a guide explaining how to trick VMWare into installing Windows on a Boot Camp partition, however the instructions are outdated and/or incomplete and don't work for me, when followed step for step (as explained by me here). I was hoping that someone knew of an up-to-date way to do this, and could provide a complete step-by-step guide. It seems that there's many leads online, but I can't find any that either don't work for me, are outdated, or are explained vaguely and thus are of no use. If someone could help me (and I'm sure others with the same problem) out, that would be great!