Help? Anybody? Having wasted so much time with Bootcamp in OS X, I bought Paragon 9 NTFS for Mac based on generally good reviews, but unfortunately it hasn't fulfilled it's promises. I have done a clean install of Snow Leopard on a macbook pro Installed Paragon NTFS, and that part worked fine. Created a 55Gig partition using OS X Disk Utility. Then formatted same with the NEW Paragon NTFS application. Wonderful so far, I now have my NTFS partition, ready for Windows7. I installed a Genuine Windows7 setup disk and it installed all the files. Problem: When the Windows7 setup 'reboots' to complete the installation, it hangs at a black screen, with just the blinking white cursor to look at. 30 minutes later, still the same. I even left it overnight...still the stupid black screen with a blinking cursor. All I have now is an NTFS partition will all the installation files in it, but no Windows7!! I have tried deleting Paragon NTFS 3 TIMES.....and began again. Still the problem remains. Earlier, this identical problem existed with OS X Lion as well. I just thought I'd try it with a clean install of Snow Leopard since I had the SL setup disks. I have sent a request for help to Paragon 24 hours ago but so far no reply. So, anybody in here experience this problem? Any help would be appreciated. My aim is to have 4 separate partitions on my macbook pro. I would like OS X Lion, Snow Leopard, User Files, and Windows7 in the 4 separate partitions. Bootcamp just broke my heart! I really was hoping Paragon 9 NTFS was going to be my 'saviour'! Have I wasted my money on Paragon NTFS for Mac? ... Regards.