Hey all, Just today, I thought I'd give Windows 7 a test run. I'm running 32bit Vista. I partitioned a drive aside as suggested by numerous other successful beta testers on here, and got started. The installation went off without a hitch until the final Completing Installation step. My system restarted, as was to be expected, for the second time. Then on the reboot, I got the "You didn't turn off your computer right," screen...you know, the one with the Safe Mode/S.M. with Networking/Start Normally options. I tried starting windows normally a few times, but I just end up running in circles until I decide to boot up in Vista. I started from scratch maybe three times...meaning a clean partition, and a fresh install, but to no avail. Any ideas as to what I might do? I don't feel like losing any sleep over it, but I thought it might be fun to test out 7 with some downtime I had today. Also, I'm back to square one for anyone looking to respond. I removed my partitions and deleted my (three) Windows 7 boot options. Thanks!