I am stuck in several ways getting Vista x64 triple booting with rEFIt on the October 15th released Macbook Pro. First, I fixed my Vista x64 SP1 disc to be usable by an EFI Macbook. Second, I forgot to create the boot camp drivers (turns out they are on the Leopard install disk so this is a non-issue). Third, I created the partitions as outlined in various triple boot writeups, only my version of OSX wouldn't create a "linux" partition and there were no ext like options, so I created two FAT32 partitions one called Linux (to be reformatted as ext3 later) and one called Windows (to be formatted as NTFS). Fourth, I installed rEFIt 0.11. Fifth, I rebooted. I get a text based version of rEFIt which doesn't see the CD. There is some text that flashes on the screen quickly and then I see text based menus. No option to load from CD. Sixth, I hold the 'C' key and reboot to force the machine to load the CD. It does. I load the Vista installer. Yes, I do have to reformat the Windows partition to NTFS but it finishes. Left mouse click works fine by the way. Seventh, I try to load Windows from rEFIt text menus but always get the message: rEFIt - Booting Legacy OS Starting legacy loader Error: Not Found while loading legacy loader If I check the partitioning tables they are already in sync. Eighth, I boot the machine holding the 'alt' key and choose the windows drive but I always get the same error: BOOTMGR is missing press ctrl+alt+del Nineth, I run the Vista installer to repair windows several times. The first it seems to find a problem right away. On subsequent attempts I look at the diagnosis and repair details. At the end it says Root cause found: ------------------------- Boot manager is missing or corrupt. Repair action: File repair Result: Completed successfully. Error code 0x0 Tenth, I am stuck. Advice anyone? Anyone get rEFIt up on the new Macbook or Pros in normal graphic mode? Anyone get Windows installed? Any advice about the windows bootloader? I would think maybe it wouldn't need legacy mode since Vista SP1 x64 is supposedly EFI aware.