I have a Macbook Pro mid 2010 version and my hard drive is normally split into 3 partitions. The main partition for Mac apps and software, second partition for music, pictures, videos and such, and the third partition is my Windows OS. I was trying to get it so that I could have a partition that I could access on both the Windows and Mac side when booted. So I created a fourth partition in the MDOS(FAT) format cut from the first (original) partition. It did give me a pop up that said something about how it would mess with the booting up or something, I didn't really pay attention at the time. Well, it didn't really work because the partition didn't show up when I ran Windows in Parallels, so I deleted the partition. But when I tried to run Windows through Boot Camp, aka. restart comp and boot as windows, it only displayed the Mac boot. When I tried to force it to boot through Windows using the Startup Disk in the System Preferences, it went to a blank black page, then in typical windows format, stated it couldn't find the drives needed to boot or something. Anyways, I think I have to reinstall the Boot Camp software for Windows but I'm not sure how to do that. I've tried opening Boot Camp Assistant but it seems to be running under the assumption I haven't got a Window's partition so it's complaining I don't have my HDD as a single partition. Anyone got any ideas?