I have always had a single primary C for DOS and W9X, and everything 
else extended.  W2K then puts it's boot files on C.  That can cause 
problems trying to restore the W2K partition from backup.

So I created the drive below.  I am sure it will wrap.  Sorry.

The labels include the drive letters, if they boot to their physical 
position.  And that is the challenge.  Booting FreeDOS 1.0, the W2K-D 
primary picks up the letter after any extended partitions.  With DRDOS 
7.01 Fat32, they hold their physical position.

Ideas?

Ray


+---+--+-----------------+--+--------+--------+-----------+----------+--------+
|ID |Dr|Type, description|ux|Format  |Related |VolumeLabel| BM-Name 
|Size MiB|
+---+--<disk  1>---</dev/hda>--------+--------+-----------<Disk1 - 
76>--------+
|01 |  |Prim 0a IBM-BMGR | 1|BMGR    |LVM     |I13X-aware |BM:--> LVM| 
    7.8|
|02>|  |Prim 06 FAT16    | 2|FAT16   |FRDOS4.1|DOS-C      |          | 
1004.0|
|03 |  |Prim 0b FAT32    | 3|FAT32   |MSWIN4.1|W2K-D      |          | 
4000.5|
|04 |  |Log  06 FAT16    | 5|FAT16   |MSWIN4.0|WARP4-E    |          | 
1004.0|
|05 |  |FreeSpace Logical|  |-- -- --|-- -- --|- - - - - -|          | 
70300.0|
+---+--+-----------------+--+--------+--------+-----------+----------+--------+
    > = Active/Startable * = Bootable r = Removable R = 
Removable+Active/Bootable

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