This is a really strange problem, I think. Here's what happened: I had an ISO of Windows XP SP 2 burned onto a CD. It wasn't actually a boot disk; it literally was a CD with the ISO burned on it as a file. So I was in the middle of installing Boot Camp and I had the ISO mounted, and I stupidly went ahead with the part where the computer restarts to install Windows. Of course, when it restarted, the ISO un-mounted itself. So now I'm stuck in the middle of the Boot Camp installation. My Macbook Pro has a black, DOS-esque screen with white type at the top that says something along the lines of "No boot disk available. Insert a boot disk and press any key." I re-burned the ISO I had as an actual boot CD, but the Macbook Pro still didn't recognize it. Am I just burning something incorrectly here, or am I actually stuck?