I have loaded XP with boot camp on about 20 IMAC's over the last 6 months at my work. Everything has gone fine until about 1 month ago. When finished instaaling the Mac drivers and when rebooted, in XP, boot camp creates not only the 'C' drive labelled "Boot Camp", but also creates and mounts permemently a 'F' drive on the Windows computer. The 'F' drive is no longer mapable on the XP. I can't have an 'F' drive because other softwatre on the XP need to map a 'F' drive. Why is it creating an 'F' drive and how do I get it to stop, like the other 20 installs that went fine. Thanks - anyone with ideas. Some details, - yes the Windows partition is very large, usually 500gb No, I keep it from connecting to the internet - some one said that might be the reason.