I have a special problem- please see if you can help me out here. I have a partition in my MAC book pro for windows and Mac OSx. I primarily work on Mac OS. This morning when I logged in my MAC Os, desktop was very slow and kept giving me a blue screen from time to time which I thought was very peculiar as the Mac is very fast and never hangs between tasks. So I did a restart and it would load the Mac OS startup screen (the grey screen with apple) but never go beyond that to the desktop. So I used the disk utility CD to load from CD and tried to repair the disk. It says repair done and updating parition drives or something and then nothing happens. When I try to quit even after 2 hours it says something is happening but the task is never completed. So then I got fedup and tried to erase the disk. Halfway after erasing and formatting the application just sits there and doesnt complete it even after a hour or two after it started. However, during this process my Mac partition was "unmounted" which makes it an inactive partition. So now, when I tried to do a fresh install of the Mac OS, I cant select my MAC partition and I cant obviously install on my windows partition. I also dont see any option for creating a new drive. However, my windows partition/bootcamp is still accessible and I can boot windows 7. Now how to I get rid of the old Mac partition, create a new one and then install Mac OSX again?