I know this question has been asked alot, but I just wanted to see what people thought of the system I am going to put on the PC. Currently I have a 24GB HD with just one Partition with just WinXP, my apps and all my games on it - not suprisingly it takes half an eternity to defrag so I was thinking of re-juggling the system so that it has the following parition set-up using Partition Magic 7. 1) Windows 98SE on the primary C: Partition using FAT32 (so that I can use it for games etc) 4-5GB 2) Windows XP on the next partition using NTFS 5GB 3) General App / Game partition using FAT32 10GB 4) File storge area (for if one of the OS bites it so I don't lose all the files) using FAT23 and whatever space is left (probably about 4-6GB Now, If I start from a completely new reformat after changing the main partition back to FAT32 (its currently NTFS) or alternative kill everything on the C: drive apart from WinXP, then use Partition Magic 7 to convert back to FAT32 and create the partitions before reformatting is it best to use primary or logical partitions? will WinXP detect logical partitions if I freshly install after primarily installing Win98SE or does it only detect primary partitions? Oh, as I've not carried this out before, I assume I will probably need to install a game twice on both OS systems if I want to play it on both systems on the App / Game drive. What does everyone think?