Hi all, I've run into an issue with my new Mac Mini (Fall 2012). I've been using it for a couple of weeks without issue. Today I decided to install a Bootcamp partition. I used the Bootcamp Assistant, selected my partition, and it rebooted to install Windows from the USB drive created by the Assistant. The problem was, I let it sit, but Windows never installed ... it just sat on a black screen. When I rebooted the computer, it goes to a grey screen, then comes up to say that a bootable drive cannot be found but hit any key once it has been added. At this point, I plugged in a USB keyboard (which powered on) and tried to get it to boot via the Bootcamp Assistant drive. No dice. I unplugged everything and rebooted. It still comes up that it cannot find a bootable drive. I used my Macbook Air to create a Mountain Lion bootable USB drive using ML disk maker and figured I'd just start from scratch. When I put the ML USB drive into the mini, it still comes up with a "no bootable drive" error. When I try plugging in my keyboard, it is no longer powered when connected to USB. I'm not sure what's going on, but it seems screwy. Any suggestions besides taking to Apple (more than an hour away)?