Hello everyone, I recently replaced my logic board on my 1st Gen Mac Pro and it seems to be working great. I am having an issue installing Boot Camp onto a separate internal hard drive. I am using my regular boot drive for my OS X and then wanting to use the second drive for XP. The drive is formatted via disk utility. I go to Bootcamp assistant and then tell it to erase drive and install windows. I put in my XP Pro SP2 disc into drive. Everything seems to work fine. The computer restarts and starts doing that usual preperation. When the installer is ready for me to choose which drive to install on, there is my OS X drive, then a 200MB partition (F and then the one I want (C). After I hit enter on the C: drive, it tells me that I cannot install windows XP on it because it requires some start up installer files or something like that. The strange thing is that I hit enter on the C: drive and it tells me I cant about my OS X Drive. I cant figure out how to explain it but I have had bootcamp on this drive before. I erased it after I installed new logic board just to start fresh. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much.