I'd like to setup a dual boot PC with windows 98SE and XP. Therefore the 160GB hard disk was partitioned like that:
- 30GB FAT32 for WIn98SE (C:)
- 60GB FAT32 for WinXP (D:)
- 50GB FAT32 for shared Data and stuff that should not get lost when re-installing one of the two OS (E:).
First I installed Win98SE, which worked fine at first with access to all of the other partitions as well.
Then I went on an put WinXP on the second partition - during that installation the setup also installed a boot manager which lets me choose between 98 and XP on startup.
But unfortunately I can not access the XP and shared-data-partition under 98 anymore. Why is that? All partitions are STILL Fat32, not NTFS. What can I do to get access to drive E: back?
Thanks a lot.