Thanks guys! I appreciate the support.
I’m stuck on some old legacy cds that I like to use. I guess they’re cheesy, anyway… I am kind of interested in running multiple versions of Win98SE on WinXP, each with a different function.
I find it easier to manage when something goes wrong, just to copy the partition again and start again. It takes less time than a re-install, costs less (if I need the guys at the local pc shop) and I can separate them into work and play groups. It’s a real time saver. Right now, I’m using 3 partitions of Windows98SE on this pc, one of which is the original fully functional system. So if ADSL gets screwed up or something, I can simple restore…
I found it works pretty well. I don’t have too many problems doing that. Except it would be kind of nice to be able to back up partitions to CD rom, and thus make it more permanent…
BTW, does anyone still run Win3.1 or DOS as a hobby?