Last night I decided to re-install windows using the bootcamp that came with my 10.5. The first thing I noticed was that it was allowing me to start the windows install without making a drivers disc. This was defiantly different from before. I then installed windows onto the same HDD that I have installed windows on before. This is a HDD that only has windows on it, I have another HDD that is for OSX. The windows install went through without a hitch, but once I was booted to windows I saw that I still needed to install drivers. I tried to boot back to OSX so I could make a drivers disc, but it seemed that my Mac Pro was not seeing my HDD with OSX on it now. I then removed all HDDs except the HDD with OSX. I then was given a screen on boot up that said, "This is not a bootable device." What happened to my OSX HDD? I have never had an issue like this in the past with installing widows using bootcamp. Any ideas?