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Fresh reinstall of dual boot

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I'm having a dual boot
Win 98
Win XP system
I'm planning to delete both and reinstall both again ( again as a dual boot)
SO.. i found the sticky pretty useful::

However I should do this after i delete my Win XP rite..
and i should install Win 98 first and then go for installing xp?
and to delete XP what all folders and files need i delete?
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why do you want to delete both and reinstall?
I run 98 and XP on the one disc and I run xp on FAT32 not NTFS
This way it does not matter which system I am in I can see all files.If you run 98 on fat 32 and XP on NTFS then you can't look up files you may have under
the other file system, so if you want to check something then you have to reboot and change over. Yes you must put 98 on first.
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