ok, here's the deal. Im new to Macintosh and Leopard. I'm an old Windows user. I purchased a MacBook Pro (2.2ghz) in November on 2007. I was reading that your could install Windows XP on the MacBook using BootCamp. I installed Windows XP using BootCamp. Partitioned 32gb hard drive space. When I rebooted I see I have the option to boot using Leopard or Windows XP (yea!). Both worked fine. I couldn't get my internet to work so I loaded the drivers from the Leopard disk. I rebooted and now have internet access through Windows. PROBLEM: When I rebooted after I loaded the drivers I now only have one option and that's Windows XP. I no longer have the option to boot in Leopard. My system is showing my hard drive of 32gb. I've lost my Leopard Boot and hard drive space used for it. I just want to get rid of Windows and go straight Leopard utilizing my full hard drive, but can't even see the Leopard side. Looking for some help and direction, from a noob Leopard user. Thanks!