You don't need anything extra. NT's boot manager will let you boot to NT Or
dos. When you boot to dos, depending on how you set up win 95, you will
have the option to boot win95 or old dos.
I am doing this now. I just put NT and WIn 95 on seperate partitions, and
do not even know that this was necessary
Quote:>Anybody know of a commercial "Boot Manager" that will let me manage
>multiple OS's on my HD? Have Win95 now, plan to purchase NT 3.51 when
>it is released. When the old tax refund check hits, gettting 1gig HD,
>cd-rom and tape backup.
> Since have Win95, that will be my primary OS till NT 3.51 ships.
>Mainly want NT 3.51 just for learning, not as my primary OS. I know
>that NT 3.5 does have a boot manager of sorts, but don't have the
>"cash" to grab NT workstation for $200.00 + $$, if there is a
>commercial "boot manager" product out there for much less $$$.
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