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Can I dual boot Win98 and WinMe? I don't want to but my supervisor does for some reason. I don't know if you can. I know that Win2k and WinNt have dual booting options, but I don't know about these others.
 

skarz

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Thanks Angel, that's kind of what I thought. Does anyone know some names of any boot managers?
 
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I've never used it, but there's Powerquest''s BootMagic that comes with PartitionMagic.
 

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ok, thanks. Does anyone know about any of the free downloads on CNet. I've found two free boot managers, but don't know anything about them. They are LegendOS Boot Manager 0.92 and Extended Operating System Loader 1.1. Any info on these would be helpful.
 
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You can do the Dual boot without a Third party Program.

Lets say you have a Partion with the letter E: assigned. Ok, you have 98 on C:...

Install Win/ME to E: drive. Then when you want to boot to win/98 you can put your Bootup disk in and choose Load windows normal and win/98 will boot. If you want ME to load, just load windows normaly....

Its that simple and you dont have to have any aggrevating Third party programs to deal with....
 
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