This evening I decided to Boot Camp my laptop. I had done it before, a few years ago, but quite recently my laptop got an SSD instead of it's former hard drive, so I had to Boot Camp it again. Since it's been such a long time since the last time - almost four years - I don't really remember how I tackled problems with it back then.
So far so great. Everything seemed to be going smoothly at first; I did what Apple's guide told me, and it worked. My mac restarted, I selected the partition it had to use, formatted it, the installation seemed to take off, but then I ran into a problem. I got an error that the process couldn't continue, due to a software or hardware change (it was in Dutch, so this would be a rough translation, not a literal quote) and it recommended I insert the windows installation disk and restart. But I can't. I inserted said disc, but nothing really happened. Pressing escape didn't do anything and enter did not restart, but instead lead to the next screen that only gave me the options of starting windows normally, in safe mode, etc. I tried safe mode, but as Windows at this point wasn't actually installed yet, that caused things to circle back to the previous screen, the one with the first error. And from there I was completely stuck.
So, after having tried all that made sense without any response from the laptop, I held the power button until it went out. Restarting however, resulted in exactly the same situation. Power button. Rinse, repeat. I then went back to the OSX partition, which thankfully hadn't suffered from all this in any way, but I still have not been able to solve the problem, nor find a solution online (I'm probably wording my problem the wrong way, but I don't know how else to phrase it) so now here I am, mildly desperate.
Does anybody know how I would go about solving this? Or is there more information needed? If it's necessary, I could try taking a picture of the error screen (screenshots aren't exactly going to work at this point :') ) but it is entirely in Dutch.