Hi, I'm a new user here, and a very new Mac user. I just bought a macbook pro with 1.8 processor and 1.5 gigs of ram. I used bootcamp, tried to install windows and when it begun the DOS installation I got an error reading that either there wasn't enough space, or my disc was "corrupted". The partition I chose (C:, the right one) had 28 gigs on it, so I know it wasn't a space issue. The only thing I think it might be is the CD. My brother goes to RIT, a technical college in Upstate New York. They have a deal with Microsoft where they can purchase copies of windows for 10 dollars. So he purchased me a brand new copy of Windows XP with service Pack 2. It came with 2 different CD's, one said "X64 version"... it may be stupid of me but I'm not quite sure what that means. Anyways, I used the other CD which appeared to be the main install CD. I guess I'm wondering if perhaps this is some special edition of the OS that is issued to colleges at this low price, and that is why it's not working. It's the only reason I can think of that might be causing this "corrupted" error. If this doesn't work, I might just buy a new copy of XP home edition, since it's only 100 dollars anyway. Any help would be greatly appreciated... I'm feeling a bit stranded as a PC user who can't get this thing to work.