Hello everyone, having an issue here that I have been unable to solve. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I am attempting to get Windows up and running on my August 2006-purchased Intel dual core Mac, via Boot Camp. I have installed and used Windows on this mac two times before successfully using Boot Camp, but since the last time my hard drive broke, and since then: -I had a non-apple brand hard drive (WD 2TB 5400 rpm) installed internally as a replacement -I upgraded from OSX 10.5 to 10.6 Now, when I attempt to use the Boot Camp Assistant utility my computer believes that the hard drive was partitioned successfully, but then I am unable to install Windows after that. I get stuck at the Windows installation phase; the inability to succeed at this stage is characterized as such-- -When I click "start installation" in the Boot Camp Assistant, I always get an "installer disc cannot be found" message. I have attempted to use two different Windows install CDs--one is a burned copy of a .NRG (nero disc image file format) of Windows XP Pro Student Edition (using service pack 2; no WGA required) that I know I used successfully for this purpose the second time I successfully installed Windows using Boot Camp, before my HD broke. The second one is of a .ISO file that I downloaded after the 1st one didn't work, which is similar to the first--it's Windows XP Pro Corporate Edition (using service pack 2, no WGA required). Both of these were burned using Roxio Toast 10 Titanium as a 9660 ISO. -When I restart the computer and hold down the option/apple key (using a logitech USB keyboard atm) after Boot Camp Assistant claims to have successfully partitioned the drive, there is only one hard drive partition from which I can boot. I don't remember if it was like this last time I had Boot Camp'd Windows, but I seem to remember even before having Windows installed, the partition would be recognized at this stage of boot-up, which leads me to question whether the replacement HD has even been partitioned successfully. Thanks for your time.