So I have a white 13inch MacBook mid 2009 that runs high sierra. I'm trying to download windows 7 via bootcamp, but there is no option to download windows 7, only windows 10 and later. I was trying to revert it back to El Capitan but that was a whole other ordeal. (Too old for command + R to work & when I reboot it while holding option doesn't recognize the flash boot drive ). I was a goof and didn't use time machine because I didn't realize what a pain in the ass it would be to revert to el capitan via USB and I've never had enough files on this computer to care what happens to everything on it. What do y'all think the best course of action is? My end game is I just want to be able to use Windows on my Mac so I can use Microsoft visual studio 2017. Should I clean reset, revert it back to El Capitan (and how should I do that? lol), or should I edit BootCamp assistant so that it asks me for windows 7 ISO instead of windows 10? Any suggestions that I didn't mention above are fine and dandy as well. I'm having a fun time goofing around with this but I genuinely do need to get Windows on this thing so I can do my C++ homework at home. (Visual studio for mac is atrocious and so is Xcode- and even it wasn't I can't use those files to turn in because it's incompatible).