No, I have used fdisk on a few ntfs partitions, not sure what your issue is.Mabye because it is in NTFS it thinks C drive is a network drive.
I did not know you could do that. I guess I just have to haveWhy not do a clean install of XP instead of installing Windows 98, then 2000, and then XP?
You boot from the XP upgrade install CD, delete existing partitions, create a partition and format it; and then during the Setup you will be prompted to insert your Windows 98 or 2000 CD (which has to be a non-upgrade version) to verify you are eligible to install the XP upgrade version. Then Setup continues.
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