Okay, so I fully own the fact that I didn't read the fine print on the system requirements for boot camp in Lion. I read that it supported Windows 7 Pro in 64 bit and went out and bought it - only to find out there was a separate page that said which model macs would support this and mine isn't on the list. I bought my 17 inch MBP in late 2007 (right after Leopard was released) and apparently the model released a few months after that supports it. I bought my Windows 7 on NewEgg and have opened the software in order to install it, only to find that it isn't compatible. Since I'm essentially stuck with this and can't return the opened software now, does anyone know of a way to make it work? To be specific, the problem starts after partitioning the drive for Windows and then when it reboots I get stuck on a screen that says... "1. 2. Select CD-Rom Boot Type:_" I can't type or do anything here. Can I get around this, or am I just up a creek and out the money, plus money for a functional 32 bit version?