Hey all. I just got a white 2.2 GHz SR MacBook, and I'm loving it. I got a copy of Vista Home Premium and I installed it twice. Once as an upgrade from XP Pro, and then again as a fresh install. I did it twice in hopes of avoiding this error on boot up: (That pic was taken using my iPhone. Oh how I love my iPhone...) How do I correct that? I know I have to use some sort of FDISK app, but I'm nervous to do that in fear of hosing either my OS X partition or my newly installed Vista partition, lack of a better word. On a side note, the performance from what I tested so far between an upgrade install and fresh install isn't too much different. I was surprised how simple it was to install. To those of you skeptical, don't worry. Leopard still resides on the other equally sized partition at the top of the partition table. EDIT: Vista itself boots fine, it's just that that error when it's booting is annoying because it shows up each time. Would getting a different bootloader solve the problem?