I'm a long time reader but first time poster. Thanks for all the great help over the past couple of years. I'm an intermediate to experienced Mac user, and I had a Windows partition on my MBP that I wanted to make bigger. (Due to the "Some files cannot be moved" issue I only had 5GB on the Windows partition.) So I used Bootcamp to remove the partition, and tried to create a new larger one. Ran into the same problem though, so I backed everything up and started up from the Leopard upgrade disc in order to erase the whole drive (I had a lot of junk files and thought it'd be best to just clear the whole thing off). I then naively decided to erase with the "write zeros" over the whole thing option. Yeah... stupid me. Now I can't install using my Leopard disc (assuming because it's an upgrade disc) and so I just get this blinking file folder icon with a question mark in the center. What are my options here? I backed up my system using Time Machine, and I also did a drag and drop copy of everything to another external drive. I need to be up and running ASAP so I would really appreciate any and all help you guys could give. Thanks, C.