This is kind of long, but I'm trying to be as specific as possible. Here is my computer: http://www.macworld.com/product/hardware/141/detail.html Will a Windows XP Service Pack 3 32-bit work with Bootcamp? I've had Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit installed on this Mac before, and it had nothing but problems. I couldn't get sound, even though the settings and everything said it was enabled and working, and etc. But, more importantly, games would run bad on it. I got Diablo 2 running (256 color game) on it, but the colors were terribly messed up. I'm wondering if this problem was due to the fact my Windows copy wasn't genuine (it was a copy of Windows that came with my mom's computer), if it was because that version was 64-bit, or if it was from my drivers (because there is a problem with these drivers supporting 256 color on the Mac OS). I've got the AppleIntelGMAX3100 video drivers, and they won't let me run Diablo 2 on my Mac side. On Windows, it'll let me run it, but I'm not sure if they cause the discoloration or not. Also, when I put in my Leopard disks to update the drivers on Vista, it wouldn't do anything at all. I even tried to open it from My Computer, and it still wouldn't do anything. By "not doing anything," I mean that no window would come up or anything. Could that be the result of the discoloration and sound not working? However, I did go to the Intel site and upgraded my drivers from there. Not sure if that does anything, but I just figured I'd mention it. So, yeah. Can somebody tell me what Windows version I should get, and what those problems were from? If those problems were from my drivers, then I don't want to waste money on buying a Windows disk. Many thanks.