I loaded XP last night on my home system and I am puzzled. It wouldn’t let me start the install from a “System disk” floppy boot. My 45 Gig HD is partitioned into (4) sections. They are labeled C, D, E & F. My intention was to completely wipe out Millennium with a fresh install but it wouldn’t let me do it. I created a system disk from within Windows Millennium that had my system files and CD drivers on it. After booting from the system floppy and inserting the XP CD, I tried to start the install. It gave me the error: “Can not run SETUP from DOS mode”.......WTF ??? I had to start the install from within Windows and specify “Full Install” to ignore my old version. It wouldn’t let me write onto the “C” drive because it contained my current OS, so I had to load it on the “D” partition. So now when I boot I have the option of starting Millennium or XP. I guess that’s not such a BAD thing, but not what I wanted to do. Suppose I was building a new PC or replacing a bad Hard Drive. Would I have to load the old OS and then XP upgrade ??? What did I do wrong ? Shawn S PS....On a side note I think XP is great. It has a much improved interface and recognized all my hardware/software so far. It looks like it has a lot of new toys for managing audio, video & digital photos. I think I’ll hang on to that Millennium partition for the time being just in case though.