Hey guys, I need help. Recently, I was installing Windows 7 on my Bootcamp partition, and the installation was going fine, but I ran out of energy so the installation was interrupted. I boot my Mac OS, opened Bootcamp and erased the partition just to create it again and install Windows once again. However, when I loaded the installation from my DVD, I got an error message saying that a CD/DVD driver was missing, and it found no hard drives even after rescaning my computer. When I chose browse, I was suprised when I saw not 2, but 3 partitions, one with my MAC OS, the new Bootcamp partition, and a drive called X: that was created when the past install got interrupted. I've tried erasing the partition in bootcamp over and over, but I can't erase it, even though Mac OS tells me my drive now consists of a single volume. Please help? Do I need to format my whole drive? Do I need to install OSX? Will I lose all my applications and data? In case you need it, here's some info: OS X Version 10.6.2 Intel Core 2 Duo 2.66 Macbook Pro 4GB Ram Windows 7 Ultimate Thank you very much!