I tried installing Windows XP Pro (SP 2) on my new Mac Mini. After doing a software update and the firmware upgrade, I was prompted to put in the Windows CD and after doing this, a normal installation routine for XP Pro began. Everything looked fine and the process was done rather quickly, but after the first reboot, I was presented with an error message that said a certain hal.dll was missing in this folder: <Windows root>\system32 I tried using a partitioning tool (partition magic) then, but it could not read the drive structure. (My initial idea was deleting the FAT32 partition I had created for XP, hoping to go back to Mac OS this way) Now I tried reinstalling Mac OS X off DVD but booting the mini will only present me with the error message. What can I do? Are there any partitioning tools that can be used with the mini apart from the tool Apple provides?