I have two 40Gb IDE drives, one contains Win 2000, the other Win XP. I have a Ghost 9 image of each system on a third 80Gb backup drive. Normally I use a drive caddy to physically switch between the two systems. What I'd like to do is put both those system images on one of the 40Gb drives so I can multiboot to save wear and tear on physically switching between the drives. I had an attempt at this last night but failed. I got as far as creating two partitions on one of the two 40Gb drives and restored both images into the partitions I'd created but when I rebooted the screen just said PRESS ANY KEY TO REBOOT. I tried restoring the XP image into the partition using the Install MBR option but it still said the same message when I rebooted. I'm obviously doing something wrong. Can someone explain the correct procedure?