Hey, sorry, this message may be a little long. I uninstalled Photoshop from my laptop(MSI GT683R if that helps) and it wanted me to restart my computer, so I did, but when my computer tried to load Windows I would get the blue screen of death, safe mode or not. I can't say I'm completely angry because I wanted to wipe my computer soon anyways, and this just gives me a reason to do so! Enough rambling, now to the point. I'm having issues installing Windows 7 64-bit. On my list of disk partitions showing in the setup, I have: Disk 0 Partition 1: BIOS_RVY 9.8GB(size) 342.0MB(Free) OEM Reserved Disk 0 Partition 2: SYSTEM 100MB(size) 73.0MB(Free) System Disk 0 Partition 3 553GB(size) 552.9GB(Free) PRIMARY Disk 4 Partition 4 368.7GB(size) 361.5GB(Free) PRIMARY (The reason for the used space on partition 4 is because this is where I tried to install Windows after I had tried and failed on partition 3) Both Partition 3 and 4 are my two HDD's I have in my laptop, and I have formatted both of them, should I format Partition 1 and 2 as well? I watched a video on a clean installation of Windows and he had formatted the Partition that said SYSTEM and then installed Windows on that Partition. However, his was 10GB and my System partition is only 100MB which is just a tad bit too short on space for Windows to fit on The first time I had tried to reinstall Windows, I got an error saying "Windows Setup could not configure Windows on this computer’s hardware" I looked around online and it seems that it would be because my HDD's are RAID. I looked online for the drivers and found a link to them; I put them on to a USB and popped it in to my laptop. Windows Setup detected them, I selected them, hit next and it started to load but then I got this message "To continue installation, use the load driver option to install 32-bit and signed 64-bit drivers. Installing an unsigned 64-bit device driver is not supported and might result in an unstable Windows Installation." It's the only set of drivers I could find(from the Intel website), so I went ahead and started installing Windows(probably a bad idea). This time when the Setup restarted, instead of finalizing the Setup, I just get a black screen that says "No operating system" upon which it just sits there and won't go any further, resulting me in having to power off my computer and loading from the Windows 7 CD again. Again, I'm sorry for the long post, I've been building my own computers for six years now while having to reformat and install Windows countless times but I've never had this problem, and every other time I did you guys had the answers! So I hope that you guys can help me out once again rather than having to go to pay someone in a store $50.