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Quad Boot Windows & DOS?

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I want to setup a spare PC as a training aid for my kids and would like the ability to choose either DOS 6.22, Windows for Workgroups 3.11, Windows 95 or Windows 98 from some sort of boot menu.

I found an online tutorial that will do just this, however the method relied upon installing the OSs into separate folders on a FAT16 drive. I would like each OS in it's own partition.

Can someone point me to an already laid-out tutorial, or if not explain the steps necessary to get this to work?

I am familiar with Ranish Partition Manager and can create the necessary partitions. I'm just unsure in what order the OSs should be installed, and how then to create a boot option menu.

Thanks!
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