I'm running Windows Server 2003, Bootcamp 1.1.2, and Parallels 3120 on a new C2D MacBook: 1) When booted into Windows under Bootcamp I was able to install one of the Apple-supplied drivers for the AirPort card. It seems to be installed properly except that it fails to see any wireless networks. I have about 10 networks in rang with great signals and none show up. Does the Apple driver not work under Windows Server 2003? I'm using one of the drivers in the net5211 or net5416 folders. I don't remember which one, but it's the only one that would install so I figured it's the correct one. 2) I can get only 1024 x 768 screen resolution when booted into Windows through Bootcamp. I'm on a Macbook so I was hoping to get the native 1280 x 800. Is this not possible through Bootcamp? 3) I can't seem to get the trackpad "tap-to-click" to work within Windows in Boot Camp. 4) Parallels fails to boot the Bootcamp partition. When I try to run it from my OS X desktop the following happens... The partition HD icon disapears from the OS X desktop, the CD drive makes a little noise, the Parallels window comes up, flips around to the normal DOS-like boot screen, a parallels dialog then comes up stating, "You are trying to boot via virtual machine into the Boot Camp partition with operating system that is not supported by Parallels Desktop. Booting into this partition may result in data loss and partitions being corrupted. Click OK to stop the virtual machine." I then click OK and Parallels quits. That's it. Any idea what I'm doing wrong? Any ideas?