I managed to install Vista 64 Ultimate on my white Macbook 3,1 (Core 2 Duo 2.0, with 4 GB ram) with Boot Camp. Well, I used Boot Camp 2.0 in OSX to make partition and restart computer after inserting the Windows disk. After installing it, Windows found several drivers for Vista, so sound, wireless, video card (after manually downloading drive update from Intel) all work perfectly. My problem is that Boot Camp will not install. It will give me an error and I have the choice to ignore, retry or cancel. I tried all three options and it will not install. I'm assuming this is because the OSX disk I have does not support Vista 64. Am I putting the computer in any danger by manually booting to Windows by holding the Option key without having Boot Camp installed? What am I missing from not having Boot Camp on the Windows partition? The only thing that doesn't work is the iSight camera, but I really don't need it. Thanks in advance.