Hello, This is my first post here and my first day after trying to install Windows XP on my Mac Mini using boot camp. Also, I'm fairly new to Macs in general, so please excuse me if I sound ignorant. I am using an Intel based Mac Mini with Leopard. Here's the problem: I used Boot Camp Assistant to create the Windows partition and rebooted to my Windows XP CD. I saw that Boot Camp formatted the Windows partition as FAT32 (which I liked), so when I got to the screen that asks if I wanted to format it as NTFS or FAT32, I selected the option "Leave everything unchanged". While the Windows installation files were copying, I decided to browse the boot camp instructions. I quickly realized that I was NOT supposed to choose "Leave everything unchanged" as I would not be able to boot to the Windows partition. Low and behold, once the system rebooted to begin the installation procedure, I got a disk error. I then tried to delete the partition and recreate through the Windows setup and it appeared to help a bit, but am now getting an error when I boot saying that the file system32\hal.dll is missing or corrupt. I just want to go back to Leopard and delete the partition, and start all over (following the directions this time . The problem is, I can't figure out how to boot back into Leopard. I tried holding command+option at startup to select my boot device, but it isn't working. It keeps trying to boot to the Windows installation CD, then to the Windows partition. I also can't get the CD to eject. Please help! Let me know if I missed anything important. Thanks.