Well this is my first post just wanted to say Hey I'm KRS and I'm from Canada saw the site while searching for a solution for my problem. Anyways Here's my problem, I just got a recently new iMac 3.06Ghz and decided to run Boot Camp because I play SA-MP which is San Andreas Multi-Player. Anyways I run boot camp and I'm at the " Install Windows " Menu but The driver is 5gb and I think it's supose to be 10. Anyways I put in my serial and then enter the menu " Which type of installation do you want " Theres Upgrade and theirs " Custom ( Advanced ) " Just the simple " upgrade " is grey'd out since its the first time installing it. So I decide to click on " Custom " I have a list of drivers and a driver named " BOOTCAMP " which i made when going through the process of making it. The freespace it has is " 5.6 GB " and here is the problem I come across which on the bottom of the screen shows. " Windows cannot be installed to this hard disk space. Windows must be installed to a partition formatted as NTFS " Which I don't understand at all since I don't know too much about computers. But now I can't even get into Leopard, When i try to reboot to Leopard the startup grey screen pops up, stalls for 30seconds and then the process to Windows comes up which I can't complete. Is there a way just to leave the Boot Camp Installation of Vista, I've been trying for about two hours, and can't get anything to work back to Leopard. I hope any of you can help me out and I hope I havent reposted something si nce I searched and couldn't find it. Well I added as much detail to try to help fix my problem. -KRS.