Hello and happy new year! I cannot seem to find a solution to this problem.. I had Windows running with no problem for a very long time. I installed it via Boot Camp. Today I used iPartition to shrink my main OSX partition about 8 gigs, and then creating a fresh 8 gig partition, from that new free space. That worked just fine. I did not touch the Windows partition, as I thought that could be bad.. But after that little stunt, I can no longer boot into Windows. When I hold the ALT key down during boot, to get a list of bootable drives, The Windows partition is missing. If I select Windows as the Startup Disk in OSX, it starts to boot, but halts with a blinking cursor in the top left corner.. Boot Camp assistant will not launch, because there are more than 2 partitions, it says.. I can still access all the Windows data, from within OSX. So my thought is, that the partition is unharmed, but perhaps iPartition changed some parameters or something.. Is anyone able to assist me? Are there some "hardcore" applications that can play around with boot options (or whatever) on drives with foreign filesystems? A Mac is not limited to two bootable drives on a physical disc, is it? Again, happy new year, and thanks in advance..