I've searched with google and here on the forums, but couldn't find anything regarding my problem. I have Mac OS X on my SSD and Windows Vista X64 on a seperate drive. I used Bootcamp to prepare the drive as a single partition for Windows. All fine and working so far. However, after installing the Bootcamp tools from my Mac OS X 10.5 DVD I don't get anything in the Start Menu apart from the Apple Update program. There are several services including the Switch application that is running, but that's it. As a result my Early-2008 Mac Pro will only boot from the Windows drive, unless I use the Option/Alt key to select the Mac OS X drive. Anyone got a clue what I might be missing here? I already did the re-install/replace option on the Bootcamp tools. No effect.