I installed Vista Ultimate on my iMac and everything worked fine, installation-wise. when I rebooted to log in, BIOS code came up saying something about partition 80 being a non-Windows format (even though it agreed that it was NTFS). I put my installer disk back in to repair, but it said that the repair software wasn't compatible with "this version of Windows" (typical Microtard faggotry). So I decided to just get rid of the partition and start over (it's not such a big deal)... Well, since I'd been hard-restarting to get back and forth from Brokenista, the disk, and OS X, the Boot Camp partition didn't show up on the desktop of OS X. Consequently, Boot Camp Assistant now hangs when restoring to only OS X and (I haven't waited very long) doesn't finish. The partition shows up in Disk Utility with the white folder icon. I'm wondering if I should just erase it from there. What should I do, everyone? I'm in a bit of a bind... Update: I tried erasing it from Disk Utility, but it wouldn't let me, as it couldn't be unmounted. What does that mean, how do I unmount it, and how can I get rid of it so that I can start over?