The Problem: I'm having a bit of trouble upgrading my Windows XP partition to Windows 7 64 bit using boot camp. My current OS is Windows XP 32-bit. I am trying to upgrade with a Windows 7 64-bit upgrade disc. Other Info I have used Windows 7 64-bit on my computer before, but I had to do some messing with the DVD. I am not sure what I did (I had some help from my Dad), but it was installed. However, the trial ran out after 30 days, and it wouldn't activate due to the fact that it was used for a full installation when the product was meant for an upgrade. I reinstalled Windows XP, and inserted the Windows 7 64-bit upgrade disc, and I get a message that says "This installation disc isn't compatible with your version of Windows. To upgrade, you need the correct installation disc. To install a new copy of Windows, restart (boot) your computer using the installation disc, and then select Custom (advanced)." However, and I know some other people have had this problem, when I boot from the disc, I get a message asking me to select some CD boot type or something like that, and the keyboard doesn't let me type at all. So, I'm kinda stuck. Specs Macbook Pro, purchased in December 2007 500Gb Hard Drive 4Gb Memory If you need any other specs, let me know. Any help on this is greatly appreciated. Thanks EDIT: I just realized I posted this in the wrong section, I didn't see the Windows section. If someone could move this thread, I would appreciate it.