Hey guys, So, in my other thread, I was having trouble installing Empire Earth on Virtual Box and running it, so I just decided to boot camp my machine and put it on my windows partition (I had been thinking about doing this for quite some time, and this was the final straw), so I did. I know that sometimes it takes a while for the partition to set up, so I let it start, then I went and took a shower, blah blah blah. Gave it about 45 minutes. When I came back, the computer was totally frozen. The status bar on the "partitioning" was about 1/2-way done, but it was not moving, and the blue animation inside the status bar was not moving, either. I could move the mouse around, but I could not click on anything in the Dock, nor could I use any of the touchpad commands (hiding windows, showing all, etc). I couldn't change computer volume, or anything at all. Totally frozen. I gave it another 20 minutes or so, but nothing changed. I could not control-option-escape, either. When I pushed the buttons, nothing would happen. I felt I had no choice but to hard-power it off, then back on. When I did so, and checked my HDD space, I noticed that the 32 gigs I had allotted for boot camp had disappeared. My HDD "space available" is 32 gigs smaller than it was when I started, yet I see no partition in my Disk Utility. Similarly, if I try to boot to any other disks, it doesn't pull up anything but my MacBook Pro's HDD. Any help on what I can do?