I just increased my Windows partition and was going back through my regular Windows updates when I just came across nVidia's updated graphics drivers. Located here, nVidia previously did not offer drivers for notebooks, forcing one to download unsupported drivers from laptop2video. Apple has not updated their own bootcamp drivers for at least a year, and only recently did nVidia offer drivers for notebooks. I personally had used the previous drivers for a couple weeks, and had no problems what so ever, and even gained several FPS on the games I play in bootcamp. I did not install them first, I did it over the original bootcamp drivers (after making a restore point, of course) as others have. Of course, these drivers are not technically designed for bootcamp, so you may run into problems. However, for all intents and purposes these drivers should do just fine. As a side note for Windows installations, I also discovered an app called nLite for XP. Using your original XP disc, you can download and integrate service packs, hotfixes, anything from Windows Update ("slipstreaming"), add specific drivers, and even insert your Windows product key, user name, password, and many other things for a hands-off ("unattended") that XP lacks. It will then make an ISO that you can burn and use to replace your aging XP installation. I even found a handy guide at one of my favorite site, Lifehacker. I finally got to remove MSN AND MESSENGER!!!!!!!!!!! I just discovered nLite before my reformat, and absolutely fell in love with it. I didn't have to sit and babysit the XP installation for the first time in my life (of which I've installed dozens and dozens of times). I just wish I had discovered the app a long time ago. Anyway, hope you guys enjoy the info!