First post, by bergqvistjl
Hi, I have an old P3 Machine with a 40GB IDE Drive. Is it possible to install MS-DOS 6.22 on a 2GB FAT16 partition, and Win98SE on the rest of the drive (38-ish GB) in a FAT32 partition, and then (I presume via Windows 98) use the Windows boot menu to choose between which of the two to boot up? and if so, how would I go about doing it? Currently the only option I can see is to first create the DOS partition as primary, then create an extended partition for the rest of the disk, where the Win98 FAT32 partition will go? Then install DOS on the primary partition, then install Win98 on the extended partition then configure the boot menu within Windows 98. Will that work? Or is there a better way (while keeping DOS 6.22 and Win98 seperate).