Hello, I recently installed a new HDD into my white MacBook (5,2 - early 2009) and installed Snow Leopard from a Time Machine back-up with no problems. I made a partition to install Ubuntu 11.10 and got it installed. I used Bootcamp and Disk Utility. Currently, it looks pretty messy when I look at my HDD in Disk Utility. I have the following partitions and sizes: 1. Macintosh HD (Snow Leopard) - 662 GB 2. BOOTCAMP - 3.2 GB - FAT-32 3. DISK0S5 - 36.75 GB - FAT-32 4. Linux Swap - 4.02 GB 5. disk0S7 - 1 MB 6. disk0S8 - 39.82 GB - FAT-32 7. Linux Swap - 4 GB I am unsure why I have two partitions of nearly 40 GB (numbers 3 and 6). I only wanted my Snow Leopard partition and then an Ubuntu partition of 40GB. If anyone has an idea or solution to this, I would be very appreciative. This is my first time doing a dual-boot setup.