You might want to consider an alternative that I use. I use a Nicklock hardware dual-boot manager. It cost $20 and you simply connect it to two hard drives with different OSes and turn the key corresponding to that drive. It fits in a 5" or 3.5" inch bay. They have them at Newegg.
It's greatly simplified my life as wife runs our online store on one drive while I frag on the other. It gives you alot of flexibility to screw up one system without affecting the other. BTW, we're both running Win98SE.
Last edited by Chiles4; 09-04-02 at 02:26 PM.