Hello all, I'm having a bit of trouble with Boot Camp and Partitions due to a misstep on my part, any help would be appreciated. A few days ago I used Boot Camp Assistant to install the Windows 7 Beta onto my Unibody MacBook Pro, everything went fine and I was using Windows without any problems. I noticed eventually that I had installed the 64 bit version of Windows when I wanted the 32 bit version, so I booted back up into Mac OS X with the intention of redoing it so that I would have the 32 bit version. This is where the trouble starts. I wanted to get rid of my windows partition so that I could re-do everything and get the 32 bit version. Instead of erasing the partition through Boot Camp Assistant, I erased the data on my Boot Camp volume with Disk Utility. Being a fairly new OS X user, and first time Boot Camp user, I just didn't know until after I had erased the data that one is supposed to erase a boot camp partition using the Boot Camp Utility, not Disk Utility Now I have two partitions, one of them empty and one of them with all my Mac OS stuff on it. I tried to go through the process of using Boot Camp Assistant to repartition my drive, but I got the following message: "The startup disk cannot be partitioned or restored to a single partition. The startup disk must be formatted as a single Mac OS Extended (Journaled) volume or already partitioned by Boot Camp Assistant for installing windows" Is there any way I can get rid of that other partition, so that I can use Boot Camp Assistant to install the correct version of windows?