I'm trying to setup partitions on my MacBook's hard drive so I can tri-boot OS 10.6, 10.5 and Win7. So far, I've been able to make 10.6 and 10.5 work, but I can't make Win7 install itself in its MS-FAT partition. I can't install it using BootCamp because obviously I have more than 1 partition, even if I've read around here that It would be working with a simple MS-FAT partition made with Disk Utility. Here's what I'm looking for: 250 GB HDD: 40GB with Mac OS 10.6. 40GB with Mac OS 10.5 (I need it because I use Adobe CS3 for school) 130GB for my personal, music, school, etc. files. ~40GB with Windows 7 RC1 (Gaming) What can I do to make everything work? Do I first install 10.6, use bootcamp to make the 40 GB NTFS partition for Win 7 THEN divide the 10.6 partition into the 3 others partition I need? Or is there a way around bootcamp to be able to install Windows? Because it kind of bother me that I can't install Windows how I want, because once my RC is out of date, I will need to eventually reinstall my old XP version, and I don't want to format everything once again!