Dual-Boot Win2K & Win98SE



I'm setting up a laptop computer to dual-boot Win2K & Win98SE. Win2K will use NTFS. This
will be a clean install.

Is there a recommended procedure? Do I put Win2K on C:, and Win98SE on D:? When do I
convert the 2K partition to NTFS?



Douglas Kentner

Here's the order I'd suggest:

install Win98 on primary partition (c:), don't partition or format the
second volume (d:)

install Win2k. During the install create the NTFS partition and format it.

Win2k needs to be installed second as it's newer and win98 would write over
its boot information.

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