I have a Dell 4600 intel 3.0GHz. My OS is XP-Pro. Video card is a (OEM) Nvidia 64 MB GeForce4 MX440 card. Unfortunately I must run an old DOS based program that runs fine with Windows 98SE but not with XP. I partitioned the hard drive with a duel boot setup to run either OS. That works fine except the Windows 98SE boot won't start in anything but SAFE MODE. No matter what I've tried I can't get 98SE to recognize the drivers. I did download the proper Nvidia drivers for 98SE but that doesn't help. In the Device Manage it has the ever present YELLOW ! that shows a memory range conflict. 00000000 - 07FFFFFF used by System board extension for ACPI BIOS. That is repeated for four differnt memory ranges. I also can't install (nor does it recognize the modem). Everything seems to point to the GeForce card. When I boot to XP=Pro everything works properly. Dell was about as much help as a "CRUTCH IN A SWAMP!" They could only tell me that perhaps that card doesn't work with 98SE in their computer.... wow.. how great is that with a new computer? I've about to just change the video card as I'm sick of trying everything else!! Any opinions? Any help will be appreciated..