I am in a very difficult situation. I had a Mac pro with Tiger, installed Bootcamp Beta, then Windows XP, then Parallels. My PC antivirus f***ed the Tiger installation, I went to reinstall and disk was scratched. So I bought leopard and went for a fresh install. After that Parallels was not working but reboot in Windows was still fine. But I did an upgrade to Leopard recently and so Windows partition disappeared from my boot options. I started fiddling with Bootcamp, WinClone, Disk Utility, etc... with no serious results. My best try was totally erasing the disk (all partitions), create a new install from BootCamp and install a new Windows XP from my XP disk. But I get a message saying hal.dll not found. Forums relate this to a boot problem and suggest to manually correct boot order in boot.ini. Did so but got no result. I finally copied back from the image my old Windows installation except the boot.ini file. Still nothing.... So .. this is the situation I have now.... Disk in bay 1 (according to disk utility) has 2 partitions of which the 1st is now windows (my old installation). XP installation actually sees as a 1st partition a 200Mb partition taht is invisible to disk utility. I think Bootcamp is here in some way. Holding down alt/opt during boot now shows Windows as well as Mac but if I choose Windows I get a "Non system disk" message. I also uninstalled Parallels manually. Now what ? Somebody help me please... How can I get my old Windows partition to boot again ?!