I have tried this several times, several different ways. I have 2 physical hard disks and want to install win98 & winxp as a dual-boot in this configuration: Disk#1 15GB partition #1 FAT32 4GB: win98 partition #2 NTFS 11GB: winxp Disk#2 20GB partition #1 FAT32 20GB: data so this is what i tried: With FDISK on disk#1 I created part#1 PRImary DOS 4GB part#2 Logical DOS 11GB (Disk#2 is already setup) I was planning on converting part#2 to NTFS later on. Then I installed win98se onto C: That went with no problems. Then I tried to install winxp, but when I get to the part of setup where you select/edit the partitions, firstly, <b>setup reports my disk#1 as only 2xxxMB when it should be 15xxxMB.</b> Secondly, it <b>only shows C: (part#1.)</b> It doesn't see part#2 (which is the partition that I want to install onto) It sees disk#2 normally. I've also tried not partitioning part#2, just leaving as empty space so that I can create a partition on it during winxp install. BUT the same thing occurs, the physical disk is reported as only 2GB and the empty space is no where to be seen. Help!!