I tried to install Windows NT on a machine that already had Linux on it.
The first partition on the disk was marked as FAT32, and reserved for
Windows 95. LILO was installed in the Master Boot Record. I decided to
put Windows NT 4.0 on the machine rather that Windows 95. So I booted
off of the Windows NT CD and selected to delete the FAT32 Partition and
create a Fat partition. After the partition was created, the NT Install
program displaed a message that it needed to re-boot. Upon re-booting,
NT was not able to format the FAT16 Partition. I booted the machine off
of the RedHat Linux CD, and went into Linux's FDISK. FDISK reported a
lot of errors, such as "Partition doesn't end on cylinder boundary".
I do no have a copy of the MBR for this machine.