Hi Guys, I have a problem with installing Swedish Windows 7 SP1 Prof 64-bit on my Mac Pro 1.1. I have created a new install DVD with the oscdimg (oscdimg.exe -n -m -bd:\boot\etfsboot.com d:\ c:\windows7x64.iso) command in Windows according to http://sergiomcfly.blogspot.com/2008/04/select-cd-rom-boot-type-when-installing.html. I have followed the instruction in Bootcamp install guide. I have four HDD/SSD's total in my computer 1) 1TB HDD Called Macintosh HD2 2) 80GB SDD Called Macintosh SSD 3) 160GB SSD Called Macintosh HD (OSX 10.6.8) 4) 750GB HDD 2 partitions Called Musik/WindowsD I have created BOOTCAMP partitions on both my 80GB SSD and 1TB HDD with the same result, I successfully create the BOOTCAMP partition, computer reboot I begin installing Windows 7, I choose to a new install and I need to go into advanced options to format the BOOTCAMP partition (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1180693). Windows installer continues succesfully up to the first reboot. After reboot the computer complains "Disk Error, Press any key to reboot...". When I google the error, I get a gazillion of answers that I need to format my Bootcamp partition but I have done that! I can see that there are files on my Bootcamp partitions from OSX. Has anyone seen/solved this.