Forgive me if this question has already been answered, I did a search but I couldn't find anything. I recently installed Parallels v3.0 and was quite excited about the new Vista support using my Boot Camp drive. Unfortunately it does not work for me. Some background. Parallels with Vista and a virtual drive works perfectly. Booting into Vista using Boot Camp works perfectly. I have never tried using Parallels with XP and Boot Camp as I do not own a copy of XP. My Boot Camp drive is NOT the same as my startup drive. I have three internal drives one of which has been partitioned into two volumes: a Mac one and a Windows one (could this be the problem?). I have attempted the fix in the sticky thread "If Something Goes Wrong with Parallels on the Mac Side". I have attempted using Boot Camp v1.2 as well as Boot Camp v1.3 both leading to the same error. I would really like to reclaim the disk space used by the virtual drive by only having to have a single install of Vista, hopefully I can make this become a reality. Here's what is shown in the Parallels screen when I attempt to startup from my Boot Camp partition. If I then attempt to "press any key" I enter a grub command line interface and then I'm completely lost. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.