I know it's possible the other way around so how about what's proposed in the thread title? I'm hoping it's possible because I don't have a physical Windows disc to boot. If not, will using Disk Utility to burn the ISO image I have to a blank DVD be sufficient? Lastly, if it is, would popping in the DVD to my Macbook and seeing if the content is recognized be a good enough indicator as to whether or not the disc will be recognized during the process of creating a Boot Camp partition? I'll need to know if the disc was burned properly ahead of time because I'm going to need to reinstall my Mac OS X before I can even make progress in Boot Camp Assistant; so I'd like to know if the disc will even work before I bother reinstalling my Mac. Thanks in advance for any help! Extra information: -I have an early 2009 13" white Macbook. (Snow Leopard 10.6.6) -My current VMware Fusion partition is Windows 7 Home Premium x64.