I do have a DMG backup of the bootcamp partition, which I made before resizing. Thinking it was a competent application and reading a review saying Drive Genius 3 (DG3) works on bootcamp partitions, I summarily bought DriveGenius to resize my OS X partition and then change bootcamp's. Resizing OS X's partition was simple, but DG3 said Bootcamp was in an incompatible format and would not be changed (NTFS, for Win7 64-bit). So, thinking all was well, or at least I could resize Bootcamp via other means, I reboot. Holding down the OPTION key, the boot menu is now different. There's no bootcamp entry and the OS X partition was renamed from "EFI Boot" to "Macintosh HD". Booting into OS X boot CD and changing the boot volume to bootcamp, guess what's corrupt? Bootcamp, a partition DG3 claimed it did not touch. Diskwarrior found a few issues with the OS X partition, but nothing seemingly major -- it also renamed the option menu back to "EFI Boot". I'm about to restore my DMG image and pray, but also owning Parallels 6 and noting how fast many Windows apps run, I might convert bootcamp over -- maybe Bryce and DAZ Studio will run faster. (There are Mac versions, but the Mac versions crash whereas the Win versions - doing the same rendering and processes - do not. ) What is the safest way that I can restore my Bootcamp partition, without having to resort to my DMG image? Can the bootcamp partition be restored? All the data still exists, it just can't boot - so it's probably just the MBR of the Bootacmp partition that was hosed. Any help would be much appreciated, thank you very much!