So I went to install Boot Camp this weekend and ran into a problem with my XP CD. I couldn't install it to the partition I made, so I went back to OS X and told Boot Camp to give up and restore my HD to one single partition, which it did without a problem... (I'm going to try again later when I get around to picking up a copy of Vista.) However, now whenever I do a cold boot, I get the "No Bootable Device -- Insert a boot disk and press any key to continue" screen. (This is a DOS screen and thus a remnant from the failed windows install / partitioning.) I don't have any problem accessing the HD if I hold ALT, but I'd rather not have to hold ALT every time I boot in the future just to select my primary, solitary HD. Is there anyway to remedy this problem, or am I looking at a potential Leopard wipe/re-install? I've already run Disk First Aid and tried Repairing Permissions and the symptoms haven't changed at all.