I have a Macbook Pro, w/17" monitor. I'd like to put Windows 7 64 bit on it, but when I tried through a partitioned Bootcamp install, I got a screen asking for 1 or 2 cd boot option. I'm not sure, but I think my laptop may not be compatible with the 64 bit version of Windows 7?? I have a 2.4 ghz Core 2 duo. the laptop was probably purchased in 2006... If I can't install Windows 7 Pro 64 bit, can I install Windows 7 Pro 32 bit through bootcamp? Will this get rid of the 1/2 cd boot screen during the Bootcamp install? My unit came with only 2gigs of ram. It also came with Leopard pre-installed, and I think this was right about the time Leopard came out. Serial # is W87483FVXA9 if that helps. Also - I tried Parallels 6 Desktop and I got Windows 7 Pro 64 loaded on that oddly enough, but it was Dog Slow, and then I began experiencing boot problems. So, is it better to use Bootcamp? Does Bootcamp mean that you are actually running Windows instead of a virtual machine that is sucking resources for both OS's like Parallel's does? Would I experience better performance out of Bootcamp? Thanks good people!