I just installed the intel X25-M SSD on my 2009 mac mini. Installed OS X via the install disc which works great. Starting OS X is incredibly fast, once the apple is shown when starting the mini it takes about 10 secs for it to finish booting. However I need to run Win XP aswell and want to run it natively with boot camp. I started the boot camp assistant and it created a 37 Gb boot camp partition on the X25-M. During the Win XP setup (SP3 disc) there is a big problem and the install will not succeed. The problem is that that the XP installation does not see the X25-M SSD at all. As far as the XP installation is concerned it seems it thinks that there is NOTHING connected to the SATA port in the mini. Here is the best thread I found which discusses this issue: http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?messageID=9108103 Anyone else has or plans to use an X25-M with their mac and bootcamp? I believe this is an issue with not just the mini, but with the macbooks, macbook pros, mac pro and the imac aswell. Who can figure out why this is not working? What would be the best way to get this fixed, Apple releases a EFI(BIOS?) update or intel updating the firmware of the X25-M? I really need this to work.