Alright, so I've been trying to install Windows XP 32 bit using the NTFS format. Sadly, Boot Camp Assistant only formats in Fat 32... not sure why it has to be horribly outdated. I was hoping that would get updated with Snow Leopard, but I guess not. If I try and convert the Fat32 partition to NTFS, but then it gives me a disk error after the first reboot. Then if I delete the bootcamp fat32 partition and create an NTFS partition instead of converting the one the bootcamp assistant created, it gives me the infamous 'hal.dll' error. I know this can be done - I've seen it, I've done it before. Why is it giving me so much trouble I wonder. I'm kinda scared of doing anything else as far as the windows installer partitioning software, cause my last windows install converted my entire HD to MBR instead of GUID, so I had to backup all my crap and restore it after doing a clean install. Could have done something else with those 6 hours... Anyone have any suggestions? I've searched and searched a lot of forums. People have just linked to vague apple support documents that never really addressed the issues that I'm facing or something from 2007. Thanks!