Made a bootable USB drive with LiLi and a W7 Ultimate x64 iso. Plugged it in and booted, spammed delete, went into UEFI>boot options, and here there were 2 options that had the same name as my USB drive, UEFI and USB. selected the USB one as #1 startup option. save and exit, booted up. First got a cd/device driver error of some sort, a quick google search revealed that this was because my usb drive was plugged into a front panel USB 3.0. so i plugged it into the back of my computer in a USB 2.0 and it worked fine. Got all the way through the copying files (there were none, new drive), expanding files etc, then it restarts to complete installation. Once it restarts, however, it restarts the entire installation process. I managed to fix this by unplugging the usb drive during the 10 second restart queue time, but NOW even when its DONE with that and restarts, it comes up with a command prompt-esque screen that says to select a version of windows to run, with 2 options that both say windows. (I assume one is the installation of windows on my HDD, and one the (broken?) installation on my ssd, because I boot to the 2nd one and my pc starts like normal.) but if i boot to the TOP one, or what I assume to be my SSD, it gives me a similar error that it gave when I had my usb drive plugged into USB 3.0. I think it might be because 1: my HDD is still plugged in 2: my ssd is for some reason not listed in my uefi bios as a storage option, and when i first installed it i had to do some weird trick to get it to show up in my list of drives. (something to do with sata cables??). I don't really know what to do from here. I think I'm going to unplug my HDD and plug my ssd into its sata port and try all over again and report back here for probable answers when that's done. Thanks for the read, and sorry about the wall of text. Cheers!