So I was making a small like 2GB partition to share files between my OSX Lion and Windows 7 partitions. After I did that, I transferred some files over to that partition, then tried booting into Windows. So, I do the normal hold ALT when I turn it on, and all I see is my OSX Lion startup and the OSX Recovery option. My Windows is missing So I go into OSX to figure out what's wrong, under Startup disks it still has the option to boot into my Bootcamp and when I do the Restart into.. option is restarts and sits on a blank white screen. I can still see my BOOTCAMP partition in finder, all my files are still there. So I was thinking if I reverse everything I did it would work, so I deleted the ~2GB partition and extended my Mac OSX partition back to where it was to fill the empty space. Still no Windows, so can someone help? I'm running lion.