Je zult eerst meerdere bootpartities moeten aanmaken met een programma bijv Pqmagic en de bootpartities beheren met Pqboot.
Lees dit maar eens heb ik uit Pqmagic
Use Create operation to create primary partitions, extended partitions, and logical partitions. On a single hard disk, you can have up to four primary partitions, or three primary partitions and one extended partition. Within an extended partition, you can create unlimited additional subdivisions called logical partitions.
Before You Create a Partition
Generally, you should create primary partitions to install operating systems and logical partitions for all other purposes, such as storing data and applications. If you have multiple hard disks, you can improve speed by installing operating systems and applications on separate disks. If you do not know what type of partition you want to create, it may help you to read the topic Understanding Partitions.
Creating a new partition can make your drive letters change, causing applications not to run because application shortcuts, initialization files, and registry entries refer to incorrect drives. DriveMapper, a utility included with PartitionMagic, helps you easily update drive letter references. Under certain conditions, DriveMapper runs automatically after you create a partition.
While you can use DriveMapper to update references to files, for the least impact on your system, consider creating all new partitions on the highest disk (for example, disk 3 in a three-disk system) and to the right of existing partitions.
Creating Bootable Partitions
Before creating a partition where you plan to install an operating system (a bootable partition), you should understand the information outlined in the following table.
Operating System Boots from Primary or Logical Supported Partition Types Boot Code Boundary Space Required
DOS 6.22 (and earlier) Primary FAT 2 GB 8 MB
Windows 95 Primary FAT or FAT32* 8 GB 90 MB
Windows 98 Primary FAT or FAT32 8 GB 175 MB
Windows Me Primary FAT or FAT32 8 GB 295 MB
Windows NT Primary** FAT or NTFS 8 GB 125 MB
Windows 2000 Primary** FAT, FAT32, or NTFS 8 GB 1 GB
Linux Either Linux Ext2 8 GB 250 MB
OS/2 Either FAT or HPFS 4 GB 110 MB
* A FAT32 partition is only accessible from Windows 95 OSR 2 (4.00.950B) or above.
** Windows NT/2000 must boot from a primary partition on the first drive. However, only a few Windows NT/2000 files must reside on that partition; the remaining files can reside on a logical partition, which can be located on the first or a subsequent drive. The Windows NT/2000 boot partition can be shared with another operating system. Additionally, Windows NT must be installed on a FAT partition and Windows 2000 must be installed on a FAT or FAT32 partition. During the installation, you can convert the partition to NTFS.
Important: When you create, move, or resize a bootable partition, the partition must begin below the boot code boundary specified in the above table in order for the operating system to boot. With the exception of DOS 6.22 (or earlier) and OS/2, partitions beyond 8 GB are visible to the current operating system.
PartitionMagic displays a warning if you attempt to create, move, or resize a bootable partition outside of the 2 GB boot code boundary. If you continue with the operation, you may not be able to boot or see the partition. In either case, you can resolve the problem by moving the partition back within the boot code boundary.
Some I/O cards (typically older RAID cards) only provide access to the first 8 GB of a disk under DOS. Consequently, if you resize the operating system partition beyond 8 GB and it becomes unbootable, the PartitionMagic rescue disks may not allow you to manipulate partitions on that drive. You should be cautious about resizing any operating system partition beyond 8 GB.
To create a partition
Create Scenario: To create a logical partition on a secondary hard disk
Create Scenario: To create a Linux logical partition
Create Scenario: To create a primary partition for Windows NT
Als je er niet veel over weet zou ik er NIET aanbeginnen want je kunt je systemen er ook mee verneuken en dan kun je opnieuw beginnen.
Hopelijk heb je er wat aan:cool: