Hi everyone. I just tried to get Windows 8 installed in a BootCamp partition on my new 2013 Mac Pro, and I'm running into problems. I was able to get the assistant to create a bootable USB stick from a Windows 8 full install (OEM) ISO image, and I was able to download the collection of Apple drivers onto a different USB stick. I can get the Mac to boot from the Windows 8 installation USB stick just fine, but it stops with an error message about no suitable drivers being found, and I get prompted to browse for them, to select their exact location. When I select the second USB stick containing the drivers that the BootCamp Assistant made for me, I have a large number of folders and sub-folders I can choose from. The furthest I've gotten was drilling down below the "Intel" drivers folder, and selecting a sub-folder titled "All" -- which seems to try to load every single one of the Intel related drivers, one after the next. At that point, I get a window showing a whole group of drivers I can choose from for Windows 8 to use .... I tried just selecting all of them and clicking "Next" but that caused the system to pop up several consecutive errors about DMA1, DMA2, DMA3, etc. drivers for the Xeon E5 processor failing to load, and I think on DMA4, it froze up the Mac so I had to hold down the power button for 10 seconds to get it to shut off again. I don't really see anyone else talking about having to deal with any of this? Is this because I used the OEM version of Windows 8 instead of a retail bought one or something?