I just currently reformatted my MacBook Pro. Did not download the Windows support software due to it being unavailable when selected. Figured I could install it later because I have my discs. I boot camped my mac and partitioned. When I'm installing Windows. The screen looks like. Where do you want to install Windows? Name | Total Size | Free Space | Type Disk 0 Partition 1 | 200.0 MB | 0.0 MB | Primary Disk 0 Partition 2 | 42.8 GB | 0.0 MB | Primary Disk 0 Unallocated Space | 128.0 MB | 128.0 MB Disk 0 Partition 3: BOOTCAMP | 69.8 GB | 69.8 MB | Primary I'm lost. Should my Partition 1 and Partiont 2 say 0.0 MB of Free Space?? Every screen shot I've seen of this step, they have free space on their partition 1 and partition 2. Have I done something incorrect? Please advise. Thank you. I can provide screen shots later when my MacBook is running. Previously, I was unable to install Windows. I forget what error message I received. I believe it had something to do with Format issues. Also, after hitting Format under Drive Options Advanced, I was able to Install Windows. I'm unsure if my partition drive was in NTFS. But I'm assuming it is? Since, I was able to install Windows.