Hello, First, I apologize if this has been asked here before, I didn't find it. It's probably a very basic question, but I could still use the help... I have installed Windows 7 on my MacBook Pro (Home Premium Edition, CD version, legally purchased, needless to say) using Bootcamp. I've realized, however, that I seem to have underestimated the partition size necessary to install all the games I'd like to play on my Windows-Mac. I've also encountered a few bugs on W7 that I can't seem to fix (minor aesthetic things, but still). Whatever the case, I'd like to delete the Windows partition, then re-create it and reinstall W7 on it, adding a few Gb. A fresh start of sorts. My question is this : let's say I delete the Windows partition, bringing the disk back to a single, Mac OS X partition, and then create a new partition again using Bootcamp. Will I be able to install Windows 7 on this new partition once again, using the same CD and the same product key I used the first time? I think the idea is that I can "move" my copy of W7 from computer to computer (by uninstalling and reinstalling it) as long as a particular W7 product key is only installed on a single computer at any given time. But considering I would completely delete the Windows partition it's currently installed on, wouldn't it cause some problem? Thanks.