I hope this question does not appear unbelievably dumb, but I am at a loss as to how to install multiple operating systems using Disk Director 10. I would like to install multiple operating systems - Windows XP Pro and Home, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows ME (just kidding), Xandros, Fedora, Xandros Open Source, Mandriva, Damn Small Linux, and a hard drive install of Knoppix in "beginner" mode (so that it automatically detects my hardware). So far, all I have been able to accomplish is to dual-boot Xandros Deluxe with Windows XP Pro on the same machine, and I don't need Acronis Disk Director to do that. I purchased Disk Director 10 because the possibility of booting a zillion operating systems would be very useful, fascinating and downright fun. I have read the manual over & over, and frankly, I just don't get it. When I try to install, say, the beginner install of Knoppix on a separate partition and then reinstall Acronis Boot Selector using the CD, my Xandros still shows up as a selection, but it will not boot when I click on it. Meanwhile, Mr. Hard-Drive Beginner Knoppix gives me a "Kernel Panic" message that I believe has something to do with installing it too far from the beginning of the disk. I am clueless regarding the proper technique of installing multiple Windows OS's without having them mess each other up royally. I am a medical doctor and not a computer genius and I don't have a huge fund of knowledge about these subjects, but I am able to follow instructions and am seen as a go-to guy for friends & family when it comes to repairing their Windows systems or setting up their hard-wired & wireless networks. In other words, I believe I have the innate ability to use Disk Director 10 if provided with clear, very basic instructions. I know such instructions must exist somewhere for the geek-speak challenged, but my searches have been unproductive. Could anybody suggest a "For Dummies" version of instructions for what appears to be an extremely useful program? Thank you in advance!