The Superdrive in my MBP is not working. It cannot read most discs (it sees them as blank when they most certainly are not) and cannot write any. As a result installing XP through Boot Camp is proving to be quite difficult! I tried a similar strategy to the one I used when I wanted to install Leopard - I restored the disk image to a spare partition and attempted to boot from it. However, this did not work. I've installed rEFIt which doesn't seem to be doing anything of any real use. It lets me boot from a 'Legacy HD' but despite my attempts to boot from both a USB flash drive and a separate partition with XP on I have been unable to get to the setup screen. Any suggestions? I've been trying to follow various tutorials for making bootable drives but they all involve having access to a windows machine with administrator privileges, which I do not have.