Hey guys, so this is actually a friend's issue (really! ) that I'm trying to fix for him...I'm not sure about the exact details, but basically at some point during the boot camp partition/install he messed up and deleted the partition of his HD that has OS X on it. I don't believe anything was actually erased because it only took a couple seconds. So the data is potentially still there, just the partition map is missing/screwed up. So right now his 93 GB hard drive has a 15 GB partition with Windows XP (which works fine) and...nothing else. Where the other 78 GB should be, there is no volume listed. I've tried booting up with the Leopard install DVD and opening Disk Utility, but it only shows the Windows partition, and all the verify/repair disk options are greyed out. I've looked around on the Internet but haven't had any luck yet. I'm wondering if someone knows how to recover the lost partition, which should be possible since the data hasn't (we assume) actually been written over. Thanks in advance in anyone can help.