So after installing vista and being dissapointed with it, I decided to restore my drive from a clone I made in carbon copy cloner. HOWEVER.... After partitioning my drive to 1 partition - acm journaled format, I cloned my previous install back onto the drive. But when I went back to bootcamp it kept telling me there was a problem with my partition scheme.... This would cause problems with future firmware updates etc... IT TURNS OUT.... In disk utlity on the partiton scheme page, there is a button on the bottom called options. You must click this and instead of the default Apple partition scheme, you must choose GUI scheme. On an intel mac if your parition scheme is set to Apple partition os X wont installl from the CD's etc.. A lot of problems could arise, so make sure it's GUI. Then parition the drive as 1 partition. I then cloned back my HD with CCC and this time everything is working properly. Bootcamp now recoggnises my drive as it did before hand. Hope that helps anyone else after deleting VISTA.