Greetings Macrumors, As many of you know my daily driver is still a Macbook 3,1 non unibody macbook driven by a Core 2 Duo 7400 CPU, 4Gb of DDR2 RAM, a 240Gb Kingston Solid state drive and snow leopard with TRIM enabled. Over the summer i wish to perfect a MLPOSTFACTOR install of Mountain lion on it but i would like to fit a windows partition on the boot camp side aswell. Currently i have used 105Gb of my 240Gb. My delema lies here. Firstly. Has anyone used bootcamp on one of these through Mountain lion or should i set up bootcamp while in lion still before i make Mountaion lion? The 64/32 bit issue. I had windows 7 Home Premium 32bit running as the snow leopard disk did not have 64bit drivers for my system. But i know for a fact that the 7400 C2D is and can do 64bit. Hell my second Pc is an Old Lenovo mini tower running a 4300 C2D 1.8Ghz and i run 64 bit windows 7 home on it. I have heard reports of some people getting the drivers for these systems because that was my issue. The install CD told me this machine wont do 64bit which it will and it did. Drivers was my issue. Couldnt i get the drivers separately from the installer files or what? Yeah i know this machine is getting old, however im only 19 this was and is my first ever laptop, being short on cash and over the last 7 years owning it i've grown quite attached. Im running Snow Leopard right now but ill install lion when i want to do mountaion lion on this unsupported macbook! Long story short, can i get windows 7 or 8 64bit working on this machine? when i try and boot off the 8 DVD i get an option menu and cant select anything. so can i install 7 then upgrade it to 8?