Folks, I have a Mini 2.26 Core 2 Duo with 2 GB 1067 DDR3 RAM and a 160 GB HDD. I'm pasting the system profiler specs: Macintosh HD: Capacity: 125.49 GB (125,493,575,680 bytes) Available: 101.22 GB (101,216,739,328 bytes) Writable: Yes File System: Journaled HFS+ BSD Name: disk0s2 Mount Point: / BOOTCAMP: Capacity: 34.2 GB (34,202,451,968 bytes) Available: 13.77 GB (13,774,503,936 bytes) Writable: Yes File System: MS-DOS FAT32 BSD Name: disk0s3 Mount Point: /Volumes/BOOTCAMP The partition "Bootcamp" can be seen from OSX, but when I restart and use the option button to select an OS, it just hangs up on a white screen and never loads the choices. Booting without the option button defaults to OSX. I have also tried to repair the disk in disk utility, fyi. I can definitely wipe the partition and reload XP, but I'd love an alternative. I've backed up the XP partition on a different HDD, so I'm ready to go. As this is my work rig, I have to get this resolved correctly. Thanks in advance for the help!