|I'm trying to triple boot Windows 95 OSR2, NT4 SP6a, and 2000 SP4 on a very old computer.|
I installed 95 first, then NT4, then 2000. After I installed Windows 2000, I couldn't start NT4. Win95 still works. I thought Windows 2000 was supposed to automatically detect NT4 during installation.
I set up the drives like so
Partition 1 - 2GB FAT 16 - Win95
Partition 2 - 4.2GB NTFS - NT4
Partition 3 - 13.4GB NTFS - W2K
Partition 1 - NTFS - Addition storage space.
So I added NT4 to the boot.ini file, but when I select it in the OS menu, I get the message that NTOSKRNL is missing from Windows 2000 root/system32.
However, I checked both the NT4 and 2000 system32 folders, and NTOSKRNL is not missing from either. What am I doing wrong?