So I have just purchased a new MacBook Pro. I'm going to install Windows 7 (again) only using bootcamp then using Parallels on that bootcamp part. Then I have the best of both worlds instead of just Parallels. I'm having issues though. I have a Windows 7 iso on a CD that I made 2 yrs ago when I installed Win 7 on my old MacBook. This bootable iso image was made from files I got from my college. You see I bought a discounted upgrade Win 7 that came with a downloadable "exe" and 2 "box" files. Long story short, I made a bootable iso onto a CD and my old MacBook would boot from this CD just fine 2 yrs ago. I know as I did it multiple times then. (and yes I can use an upgrade version of Win 7) Now my new MacBook Pro can't do that. If I hold down "option" it won't pop up to select (only seeing Mac HD) and Bootcamp screams no "bootable media" when using that to aid in installation. My old MacBook now won't even see the CD to boot. Was something broken in an update in the past 2 yrs that broke the ability to boot from an iso image on a Mac? I've tried other iso's that I have used to update my old SSD and my MacBook's can't boot those now either....What is going on? HELP!?!?!?