Hi, I'm going to try to contain my anger here over a piece of software that boasts compatibility with the Apple Bootcamp Beta. I've had a WindowsXP SP2 partition running for just under a year, and balking at the idea of deleting the partition and reinstalling Windows XP, Autocad, and Rhino 3D, I opted for Parallels which I'd read as being able to increase partition sizes. So I buy it, load it, and find that this feature has been REMOVED!!! Now I just want to see if I can run my Boot Camp Partition from Parallels, nevermind setting up another virtual disk for Boot Camp to utilize, and what do I get? More than one Windows partitions are found. This is not a standard Boot Camp configuration. Please refer to the Parallels Desktop for Mac User Guide, Using Boot Camp Windows XP Installation chapter for instructions on how to configure Parallels virtual machine in case of a non-standard Boot Camp configuration on your Macintosh computer. There is only ONE Windows partition on my machine, this message makes no sense to me. If anyone can explain how I can fix this, PLEASE let me know.