Hi guys. A good friend of mine asked me to install Windows 7 on her Mac and after I did a bit of research about how Bootcamp works, I said yes. > I formatted the USB to MS-DOS > Used Bootcamp and follwed the procedure > Created a 100GB partition for Windows > After a decent while, the USB key was ready Now, this is were the problem lies: It restarted just fine and we booted up from the USB, which went perfectly fine also. Then it just stuck at the "Starting Windows" screen. Waited for an hour or so. Nothing happened. Shut down the computer and booted up again - same thing... Waited for an hour, all the same. I tried with a standard copy of Win7 from a disk which went absolutely flawless untill I realised it wasn't possible to install Windows on a partition that wasn't NTFS (or FAT32 I assume). It would be logic that it needed to be done from the Bootcamp way to work as intended. So this is where I'm stuck... I'm supposing the Windows 7 ISO on the USB was sort of broken (yes, it was pirated, I admit it). My questions would then be: Is there any way for me to enter OS X in the current state ? Or perhaps just delete the "BOOTCAMP" partition, will it work ? I need this to try another ISO image and do the procedure over again. I have a fair amount of knowledge about this technical subject (partitioning, formation etc) just not OS X in general, so if anyone would throw something at me, it should be understandable - hopefully. Thank you beforehand. Any advice would be fairly welcome considering I'm quite a noob at this.