A little warning from experience as well. I once tried to resize a BFS extended partition using DriveSetup. While I fully expected it to hose the contents of the partition what it did not expect was such a complete and utter hosing of my partition table (actually just 1 byte!) that windows wouldn't boot, partition magic wouldn't run, and virtually any kind of thing that glanced at the partition table just gave up. (including DriveSetup) The solution? I got some web pages on the partition table and fired up DiskProbe. A few bits twiddled set me right. Of course openbeos DriveSetup won't suffer from this. :-) Andrew -----Original Message----- From: "Bruno G. Albuquerque" <bga@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Date: Mon, 9 Jun 2003 13:12:25 -0300 (BRT) Subject: [openbeos] Re: Disk problems with installing second system I am not 100% sure, but I guess you can install BeOS in a extended partition without problems. You just can't create extended partitions using DriveSetup.