Windows 7 came on DVD and there were some attempts my folk to install from USB, those often fail and end up with pleas for help. Try it the old fashioned way.
I have recently added a partition to my SSD hard drive whilst it already had a Bootcamp partition as well as a normal mac OS partition.
After that my Bootcamp install stopped working.
I tried repairing the installation of the install usb with Windows 7. It didn't even see the installed windows partition.
After reading few forums dedicated to the issue of fixing partition problems with Bootcamp, I decided to reinstall the windows to avoid all the hustle with editing partition tables through console.
Although upon the reinstall I got an error at the very end of the installation process where the installer asked for the following:
"please insert a disk into drive \Device\Harddisk\DR1"
with options to cancel, try again, continue. No matter what I press it continues to the welcome screen and reboots into blinking cursor. I am not able to repair as install USB doesn't load into repair option but attempts to start the installation all over again.
I can't get out of that error.
I tried loading internet repair for mac OS, formatting the drive and reinstalling the OS. After the install I tried running bootcamp again and everything works fine up until finalizing the installation and the Harddisk\DR1 error.
Any suggestion would be appreciated!