I hope everyone is having a better day than I am as I am about to rip my hair out. We are trying to install Windows 7 X64 using a standalone build from SCCM 2012 SP1. This build works on our non-mac laptops but I hit a couple snags when I try to use it on the MBP I have here. It is a late 2014 model MBP. I have added the required drivers from apple to the Boot.wim and the windows 7 image we use. At first I was running into some EFI boot issues where I learned that windows 7 x64 cannot be installed using EFI on a machine that is not 2.0 or higher. Supposedly the early 2011 model I was originally testing on didn't meet that requirement. I am starting to think the late 2014 model I have doesn't either. *METHOD 1 My partition setup is as follows: Partition disk 0 BIOS o 350 MB system reserved (Primary) o 100% remaining is NTFS (Primary) Partition Disk 0 UEFI o 100% of remaining space NTFS (Primary) When I try to do it the UEFI method, the machine will partition the drive but at the next reboot it will never reboot, the screen just stays black. If I use the option key to choose a boot device and choose the hard drive it just freezes on the boot selection screen. *METHOD 2 The UEFI setup I was trying (because I thought I had to) - BIOS is the same as above method Partition Disk 0 UEFI o 300 MB NTFS (Recovery) Also tired without the above partition o 500 MB FAT32 (EFI) o 128 MB 128 (MSR) o 100% of remaining NTFS (Primary) Using Method 1 I have managed to get the SCCM task sequence to partition the drive, install the OS, install the drivers, and "setup windows". It will reboot and then should start running the rest of the task sequence which is installing applications and windows customizations. When it reboots and goes to finish the install it wants me to insert media #1 which of course doesn't exist as there is only one drive and it is the USB drive I already have installed. Has anyone gotten this to work and if so could you clue me in on to what steps I need to take or something I am missing. Before you ask why we do not want OS X on there I will explain. Basically we want these few machines to run windows because of the hardware and do not want to mess with Boot Camp if at all possible because the people that might be doing these installs have zero experience with macs. As well as a few other internal company reasons that aren't necessary to know at this point. Any help is greatly appreciated!