Okay, I want to install Windows 7 on my 13" MacBook Air mid-2012 for school. I've searched everywhere already so I'm making a new thread for this. Since it has no DVD drive, I need to turn a USB key (some Lexar 4GB one) into a bootable one that contains Windows 7 installer. So what I did was: 1. Get a copy of Windows 7 Pro from Dreamspark (MSDN). 2. Use ISO in Boot Camp Assistant (4.0.4). 3. Ends up stuck somewhere around 90% saying Copying Windows Files.. (I don't know if it's really 90% because I had to eyeball it; it was about 8/9ths done I guess). 4. So I stopped it; took a look; there's the installer files and the files I'm used to seeing when I mount a Windows 7 ISO into a virtual drive. 5. I thought that it was okay to use so I proceeded with creating a Windows partition in Boot Camp Assistant. 6. Booted from the not so sure USB drive and the Windows Screen popped up. I then selected the regional settings then clicked Install Now. This shows up: "A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing. If you have a floppy disk, CD, DVD, or USB flash drive, please insert it now. Note: If the windows installation media is in the CD/DVD drive, you can safely remove it for this step." 7. I looked in the internet and someone from this forum said to pop out the drive and plug it in some other USB port. Other people from that thread said that idea worked. 8. I tried the same steps from above but using a pirated copy (not really I wanted and if it worked, then okay) and I still got the same result with the not so finished bootable USB. Can anyone help me on this?