Hello everyone, So I followed this guide on how to triple boot a Macbook Pro: http://lifehacker.com/5531037/how-t...-with-windows-and-linux-no-boot-camp-required I have a 15 inch mid 2010 Macbook Pro (the first generation i5 processors). Before I came across that guide, I have had already used Bootcamp to create a Windows 7 partition. Then I installed reFIT and used that guide to install Fedora 19. Now my proccesses didn't go exactly as the guide went, I ended up with some "unallocated/free space" after partition through Mac's Disk Utility, and used that to install Fedora 19(Fedora installation for some reason would not recognize the partition I had specifically made for the install) I can still access my Mac partition, and I am accessing my Fedora partition, but I cannot get into my Windows 7 partition now. Everytime I hold Option, and boot into reFIT, I get this screen (see attached image): I can still select Windows 7 partition if I go all the way to the right off the screen, at the bottom it will say that Windows 7 is selected. Once I select Windows, I get the "No Bootable Device -- insert boot disk and press any key" error message. I went back into my Mac partition, went under Disk Utility and my NTFS partition I used for Windows is still there. Any help will be greatly appreciated!!!