Alright I had Windows 7 on my Macbook Air 11.6 (Late 2010) and it was working great. Yesterday I reformatted and reinstalled Windows (wanted to make the Windows partition bigger). Now on startup all I get is a grey screen without an Apple logo. It still boots into Windows fine though. I think I might've messed up the partitions during the install this time. There were 5 partitions: 200MB EFI (didn't touch) 18GB OSX (didn't touch) 128MB unallocated space 40GB BOOTCAMP (Installed on this) 128MB unallocated space again. When I installed Windows I deleted the bootcamp partition (to reformat into NTFS) and it combined with the 2 unallocated space partitions. Were they important? What were they for? So basically what I'm wondering is it normal for there to be no Apple logo when you have it set to boot straight into Windows in the Bootcamp control panel? I've seen a youtube video online where there was no apple logo either but I distinctly remember there being an Apple logo there before. Just for some extra clarification the grey screen I'm talking about is the one that shows up initially right when you hear the Mac startup sound. Oh and the Apple logo does show up when I boot into OSX.