Hello everyone, I recently bought a new Samsung laptop, and tried out Windows 8. Turns out, I can't stand it. So I went to install Win 7 instead. Booting from USB worked okay, but when trying to install to my primary partition, I get the message "windows cannot be installed on this disk. The selected disk is of the GPT partition style." Okay, Fine. I don't really need GPT, I can just make a new partition table using MBR instead of GPT. Booting GParted, I made a new partition table (wiping everything, but I didn't really want any of it anyways), so now I have a single ntfs partition under MSDOS/MBR instead of GPT. Here's where my problems start. Before the installation USB booted up great. Now, after the new table was created, when I power on the laptop, I get the Samsung load screen, followed by a blank screen with a blinking cursor. Win 7 install doesn't boot. However, GParted boots just fine, except I need to boot as UEFI OS instead of "UEFI and Legacy OS," which I assume is them trying to simplify things in my BIOS (Win 7 won't install except under Legacy OS, btw). In summary, what I have right now: 1 USB with Windows 7 install 1 USB with GParted 1 Laptop with a single MBR NTFS Partition that for some reason doesn't want to boot Win 7 but likes GParted just fine. Can anyone help with this issue?