First off, I would like to say that this is my first time using Linux. I already have Windows ME on one 20Gb partition. I downloaded all three CDs of Mandrake Linux 9.0 in ISO format. I burned them to three CDs using Nero. On bootup, I inserted the first CD and installed it using the recommended method. I created a 1Gb Linux Swap Partition, and a 5Gb EX3 Partition for Linux. Drivers aren't supported for my modem/network. Anyway, GNU was supposed to automatically configure a dual boot method for WinME & Linux on startup. It didn't. I can only boot into Linux. Linux obviously can't read the other FAT32 partition for WinME. I was wondering if there is Linux software that can configure this. If not, can I use a Windows bootup disk to format that Linux partition to start all over? Thanks.