Hey All, I setup a bootcamp partition on my macbook pro, and tonight I had a weird issue happen. Now first off let me say that I am running custom video drivers instead of the supplied bootcamp ones (figured I would say that now, just in case). I was in vista for a while playing kotor, and I finished up and right clicked on the bootcamp icon and rebooted into Mac OS. The screen went blank, but the laptop stayed on. I didn't hear the system bong either, just stayed blank screen, keyboard lit up. I finally had to press and hold the power button, and start it back up. Then it started up fine. When I went back into Mac OS, I noticed the clock was messed up and had the wrong time. When I unchecked maintain the time it setup perfectly. I don't know if something may be wrong, or if this kind of thing is normal. Should I perhaps take it back to apple? Or am I just being overly paranoid. Also, on friday I had plugged in my external HD to do a backup, and when I did, the drive didn't come up on my desktop at all, and in the log files, I was flooded with a combo of these two: AppleFWOHCI_AsyncTransmit::waitForDMA - context not going inactive. AppleFWOHCI_AsyncReceive::waitForDMA - context not going inactive. I rebooted real quick, and everything worked fine after that. I guess I'm curious if both these problems are normal? Or should I think about taking the laptop in? Thanks all for any help!