I'm trying to install Windows 8 Pro 64 bit on my late 2013 MacBook Pro using Boot Camp running on OS X 10.9.1. I have encountered several problems and I cannot get Windows to install. I am using a 16 GB USB that I have made bootable and downloaded support drivers on using Boot Camp Assistant (I checked box 1 and 2). I have then created a 100 GB partition for Windows using Boot Camp Assistant (box 3). When the computer boots, it always boots back into OS X so I have to hold the option key and pick Windows. The installation then starts and when I get to the language option screen (first screen in the Windows installation), my trackpad and keyboard do not work. I have to use a USB mouse at this point. When I select the language options and click next, I get an error saying drivers are missing. I get the option to browse or rescan. No matter how much I browse, I cannot get it to register any drivers. I have tried every single folder in the USB Boot drive where Boot Camp has downloaded the support files. I have also tried downloading the support files directly from Apple (http://support.apple.com/kb/dl1638). These are the latest files that can be found on Apple's site and the ones recommended by Apple Support. As you can see, those files are almost a year old and most likely were made before the late 2013 MBPs were made. The files downloaded by Boot Camp Assistant have a "Date Modified" date of October 2nd 2013 and should therefore be the latest ones. Something to note, when I browse for drivers after getting stuck, if I select the "$WinPEDriver$" folder and the first folder in it called "AppleBluetoothBroadcom64", a file appears and I can click next in the installer. A loading bar appears and I then get an error saying the driver does not support the software and that I should contact my vendor for updated drivers. Also, I have gone through this process at least ten times (trying both Windows 8 and 8.1) and at one time, the keyboard and trackpad did work on the language screen, even though I had not made any changes after the previous try, but I still got stuck on the screen after in the same way. The .iso files are downloaded directly from Microsoft's Dreamspark using their download tool. I have tied both the left side and the right side USB port, as well as downloading the support drivers onto a separate USB drive and plugging that one in when the installer says drivers are missing. I have chatted and talked to tens of different support people and six or seven different senior advisors. Some asked me to try different things; a few said they cannot do anything and that I should contact Microsoft. Can anyone please, please help me? I need to have Visual Studio running as soon as possible (Xamarin/Mono doesn't do anymore) for my programming course and I don't know what to do. My last resort would be to install Parallels or VMware, but there really isn't much room in my budget for that right now, so I would prefer to get this working using Boot Camp. Thank you so much for all your help!