So I installed Vista RTC (final release) Ultimate on my MBP last night and it worked great but I restarted back to OS X and Vista seems to have somehow crippled my networking devices. I'd been using Vista for almost a day and now when I'm in OS X my airport and ethernet won't auto detect my network settings via DHCP anymore, but in Vista they still do. I think Vista now being EFI "compatible" must have screwed up something in it. Just before anyone suggests I already did the following: Reset the PRAM, NVRAM, PMU/SMC whatever, formatted my entire hard drive and reinstalled OS X from scratch, still the same issue. It's not my router or modem because like I said my networking still was working in Vista and my other computers work fine. So basically Vista somehow killed my auto DHCP networking support in OS X. (I can manually configure all the settings and it will work but DHCP support is dead) Any Ideas? I basically did everything in my power to reset the computer back to factory spec, clean install, reset everything I could and no dice. Should I just use this as an opertunity to have my MBP fixed for not only that but the other "issues" I've had?