Alright guys, got a bit of a problem here. Firstly, I had a huge struggle installing Windows 7 through BootCamp. After the first time it rebooted during the installation process, it would not power up the screen (the computer and the setup were running, but the screen was off, not black, but off). I figured out that doing the rest of the installation through emulation software (I used VMWare Fusion) would work, and it did. Windows 7 should be fully installed, and works just fine if I boot it up through VMWare. But when I try to directly boot up from the Windows partition (not through VMWare), it shows me a flickering underscore ( _ ) for a while, then when it finally (if it does, sometimes it doesn't) goes to the window that says "Starting Windows", and you can see the logo coming up, it gives me a BSOD shortly after you can only see a fraction of the boot animation. The error code is "STOP: 0X0000007B (followed by more numbers)" It will give me that every time when normally booting up to the Windows partition. Like I said, booting up Windows 7 through VMWare Fusion does work. I have no idea why it does that, but I think it's driver related (like always in Windows). Or something with the HDD, but I honestly don't know that much about it. It'd be fine if I would just use Windows for every day applications but I actually wanna install a game on it, which would run too slow under emulation. Hope any of you guys can give me some assistance with this.