Right now I have 3 partitions on my hard drive, c and d are for my operating systems and e is for files and programs. Until recently I had Windows 98 on C (boot) and Win2k on D. Since I never use Windows 98, and I really have no need for 2 OS's, I decided to get rid of 98. I did a clean install of Win2k on the C drive and I'm now in the process of installing all the programs. I'm probably going to wipe the D drive, delete the partition, and move that space into the E drive. I have 3 questions: 1. The internet didn't work when running Windows on the C drive since it was a clean install. I used the Internet Connection Wizard to connect to my cable connection and get online. But the internet now seems kind of slow, like it's taking an indirect route to the connection or something. Is there a better way to get access to my modem? 2. If I get rid of the D drive and move that space into the E partition, I'll want to rename the E drive to D, just for consistency's sake. Will changing the drive letter in Disk Management cause any problems running programs, starting up, etc? How about changing the drive letter of the CD drive? 3. Windows 98 is no longer on my system. But when I start up the computer and choose what OS to use, the Win 98 option is still there. It's still in Startup and Recovery too. Why does this happen and how can I get rid of it? Will the same thing happen if I wipe the D drive (with the installation of Win2k that's on it)? Thanks for your tips and if anyone has anything else to add I'm all ears.