Using DD10 to create the 3 partitions (had one XP installed) I then installed 3 XP's using Windows only. It took 5 hours without updates or applications. After each install I used "System Properties" to keep partitions in order as each added partition was set as default (to correct this Click "Start" then RIGHT click "My Computer" then choose "properties", this will get you "System Properties", choose "Advanced" tab. Now on bottom of window click on "settings" in the "Startup and recovery" button. Now you will be at the "system startup" window, on top you will find "Default operating system:". A blue-ed out list of added operating systems will scroll down when you click on the scroll-down button; now choose the first partition to be the default, click "OK" on bottom of window and it should be reset). This follows Microsoft's recommendation for setting a default partition. Do this for all added OS's. On the last OS added, my system listed the partitions in this order; 1,4,2,3. I entered "msconfig" (in run box) and in the "boot.ini" tab reset all partitions correctly ;1,2,3,4. I checked each partition and all booted up correctly. Windows boot-loader listed the partitions in correct order now. WHEW. Keep account of partition sizes ect. as Windows often makes a mess of it's boot-loader and you must DEDUCE which partition to boot into (this was at times a complete NIGHTMARE as not all partitions were listed all times; other times it listed them differently than in the previous installs). As a rule the new install is listed first in the boot-loader prior to correction. I realize that there are different ways to do this but I decided not to 'cut corners' in the hope that I could pull it off without trouble. This is only day- one with this set up so every thing is tentative. These operations were carried out on my experimental HDD and I recommend the same to others. After a couple of weeks it may be ready for a real install (and hopefully with no weird "BOOTWIZ" interactions (no "OS SELECTOR" = no "BOOTWIZ" folder).