Posted on 1998-06-29
Okay, I have three HD's:
Primary: 6.0GB Western Digital UDMA
Secondary: Two 2GB Fujitsu's
I want to setup one 2GB primary partition, one 2GB extended/logical partition and one 2GB extended/logical partition on the 6.0GB drive.
On the two Fujitsu's, I want each to have one 2GB extended/logical partition.
Therefore, I would have drives C: through G:.
I have already done this with FDISK from the Windows 98 boot/install disk with success, however, when I boot from the disk and run W98 setup, it asks if I should let W98 configure the unassigned space. I select yes, reboot, select Option 1 and it stops... it tries to format but fails.
I tried this with and w/o formatting the drives after partitioning them, and I get the same result.
Is there a better way to get my drives setup the way I want them to be (C: through G:)? If so, how? If not, what should I do?
PS. I have the full version of W98.