multipboot Windows XP, Windows 98, and Mandrake with bootpart Greetings. I am new here and have been lurking. I have read some posts on multibooting but I am still a little confused. Right now I have a computer with nothing installed yet that looks like this: Right now I have a computer with a 80 gig hard drive and a 120 gig hard drive. I have used Fdisk to format my computer like this: *note I have not installed anything yet, this is just my design* 80G drive: C: 4G primary Fat32 partition for Dos and files that easily fragment. D: 12G Primary NTFS for Windows XP home. E: 8G Primary Fat32 for Windows 98. F: 19G extended Fat32 for video editing. ripping music, creating DVD from home video or with DVD burner. G: 25G extended Fat 32 for Back up files, Ghost images, drivers, old reports, power points..et cetera. **This leaves 12G untouched that mandrake version 10 will format on its own system. 120G Drive: 20G Primary NTFS for games. 10G Primary NTFS for images. 90G Primary NTFS for storage--mostly media files. I understand the compatability issues regarding NTFS, Fat32, and Mandrake and Windows 98. This computer is set up specifically this way for personal reasons. When I run command on my XP home, it says I have version 5.1.26. My question is how do I use bootpart to ahieve what I want? Do I need to install my windows in a certain order? Do I need to (and if so how) get Dos from XP to be installed on my C:? At what point do I install bootpart? Any ideas would be most welcome. My set up reasoning is based on needing windows 98 for an old family history program. I also like the idea of having an older system around. I use WIndows XP. I want to learn Mandrake before I try Debian or Red Hat. Thank you all.