Judging from the title, you may have already inferred that I am probably the most stupidest Mac user ever. So, in a vain attempt to run Windows on my Macbook, I ran BootCamp. Sure, nothing wrong yet. I opened BootCamp Assistant up, partitioned it and all that stuff. However, when it said to insert the Windows CD...Well...I put in the Windows XP Home Edition CD...Reinstallation thing, which was definitely the wrong CD. Getting all excited, I watched as these "cool text stuff" appeared on my Mac screen. However, it went all wrong and it told me to reboot the disc. Being stupid, I shrugged it off and tried to do it...I couldn't. I couldn't see my mouse and I couldn't type. So, I turned off the laptop and restarted it. It began to read the disk again and all that "cool text stuff" and then the problem persisted. I kept doing it over and over again... My dad finally realized the problem, I had the wrong CD. So, being ever so stupid again, I tried to eject it. When it wouldn't eject it, I'm not sure how, but I somehow took out the CD. Now, I'm left with some "dead" laptop. Is there any way to "bring it back to life?" **If you need any further information, please specify which.