Hello Everyone, From what I can tell this seems to be a common issue but I can't seem to find a concrete solution. Here is my situation: Hardware: Early 2011 Macbook Pro Curical M5 SSD 500GB HDD in Optibay I have removed my optical drive in order to install a new SSD in my MBP and I have place the old HDD in the place of the optical drive. I have installed OS X Mavericks on my SSD. I also have my old OS X Lion installed on the 500gb hard drive as a backup until I get this all sorted out. I tried to use bootcamp assistant to install windows 7 on my SSD but the option to make the bootable USB was no there. I used a guide to modify the info.plist file in order to get the USB option back. I used the bootcamp assistant to create a bootable windows 7 USB. After the system restarts and it tries to boot from the USB I get the message "no bootable media found". If I hold down the option/alt key to force it to boot from the USB, the USB device is not listed. I tried installing rEFIT in order to force it to boot from the USB but I get the same message of "no bootable media". Does anyone have a solution to this problem? How do I install windows 7 off a USB? Thank you!