I have a Mac Pro (Nehalem) with 5 internal hard drives: Drive Bay 1 (Boot volume)= 1TB Drive with Snow Leopard and Windows 7 Installed on boot camp Partition. When I have no other internal drives connected I have no problems with Windows 7 loaded in boot camp. But when I connect my other 4 internal drives (in bay 2, 3, 4 and optical bay 6) which are set up as a Raid 0 configuration for Snow leopard I run into problems- I get a blue screen of death almost instantly when I start to move the cursor in windows 7. Seems like if there was a way to tell Windows 7 to ignore the 4 other drives then it would work fine? I don't want to have to pull them from the machine each time I start in windows 7. Does anyone have any ideas on how to get around this problem? Can I ignore the drives somehow without pulling them from the machine? I have no need to use the raid in Windows 7. Thanks. PS I have boot camp 3.2 installed.