So one day my windows just pooped out on me. I could no longer boot into it at the log in, as the disc would never show up (only my mac OS option would show up). No big deal...I was just going to delete the partition and reinstall windows. HOWEVER when I go to boot camp assistant to delete my partition, it gives me these 2 options: Additional software designed specifically for each Mac is required to fully support Windows. This support software installs boot camp drivers that allow your apple...... Download the Windows support software for this Mac I have the Mac OS X installation disc that came with my Mac or I have already downloaded the Windows support software for this Mac to a CD, DVD, or external disk. No matter what option I select, it gives me this error message: The startup disk cannot be partitioned or restored to a single partition Back up the disk and use Disk Utility to format it as a single Mac OS Extended (Journaled) volume. Restore your information to the disk and try using Boot Camp Assistant again. I then tried to mess around with the disc utility but I keep getting this message "Could not modify partition map" Please help!! I don't know much about macs (which is why I run Windows) and I am really looking to get this thing resolved.