Greetings, Sorry to be a bother, but I've recently had some problems when trying to install Windows XP on my MacBook Pro using Bootcamp. I've done some things to fix problems with the installation and have managed to get XP on my computer but its still not correct. Here are some problems that I have encountered: 1. When running Bootcamp Assistant from Leopard I get a kernal panic during the partitioning process and have to restart my computer. When I boot up again I noticed I lost all of the disc space that I had used to make the new Windows partition. I fixed this by booting up from my Leopard disc and using the disc utility to repair the HD which gave me back the lost space. I got around this problem by partitioning my HD in disc utility booting from the Leopard disc. 2. I have Windows XP installed on my Mac now and it runs fine, except that I partitioned it to have 40gb of space but it tells me that only 16.5 are available. It states 16.5gb is left of 40gb so I know that the partition is indeed 40gb. Where or how is more than 20gb of space already used up when all I have done is installed Windows XP? I formated the partition as NTFS. Sorry for the long post, I tried to explain as much as I could. I'm hoping for a quick response I've got Age of Conan ready to install . Thanks again. Cheers.