Please help! I am trying to install windows 7 professional on my mac pro, using boot camp. I made the boot camp partition, inserted the win disk, and ran the install program. Windows started and said it could not install on the boot camp partition because it had not been formatted for NTFS (I don't know how that could've happened since the partition is 100g). So I restarted the computer and got the win 7 screen and the process began again. I cannot open my dvd drive to get that win 7 disk out. I'm stuck in a loop. Is there a way to open the dvd without booting? In windows you can press the esc? key and get options to boot. Is there something like that in mac? I've even tried unplugging the computer and nothing changed. Also: Is win 7 "totally" unsupported on snow leopard? Thanks. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.