Hello Experts of "go-arounds", Please excuse me if this has been answered before; i simply could not track down the same scenario.... I have installed Boot Camp Windows 7 successfully installed on my SECOND internal drive, i.e. not my Mac OS System drive. Upon using the boot camp assistant, i realized i couldn't make any extra partitions, which i proceeded to install anyway thinking i could fix the problem later. The problem being - I bought a 500GB internal hard drive, and i only need maybe 60 or so gigs for the Windows Boot Camp parition. I'd be fine with it but for the fact i can't save anything to it when booted in Mac OS (most likely because of the MS-DOS formatting). From what i have gathered from inquiries on similar subjects, this is what i was going to try - 1. Create a disc image of the Boot Camp parition drive and call it "BOOTCAMP", saved to my 1st bay, Mac OS system drive. 2. Once that has been saved and confirmed, re-parition the (SECOND internal) drive to have 2 paritions for media (2x200gb Mac OS Extended journaled?) and 1 for Bootcamp (1x 65gb MS-DOS). 3. Open Disk Utility under "Restore" and go from the "BOOTCAMP" disc image and restore to the 65gb MS-DOS parition, enabling the erase content tab, as it has no content. Should this work flawlessly to where the Windows OS i installed is still in tact?? Will it work to where startup disk (in system prefs) and option-key restart will still acknowledge this as my Windows BootCamp startup disk? I'm sure this entices the response to "just go ahead and try it dude", but it's alot of time to have mis-spent if not only doesn't work, but i have to re-install windows all over again. My question would be as to if anyone has done this with success, with the method i descibed or another? Your input would be much appreciated.