Hi All, This is for owners of Large Hard Drives and owners using Windows XP operating systems and building new systems. For Example: Using for example a 250 GB Hard Drive, partition the first partition as a FAT32 partition with 20 to 30 GBs in size. Second partition for use with your operating system with a size from 30 GBs to 40 GBs in size. Third partition for storage about 50 GBs in size. A fourth partition for Partition Images about 50 GBs in size. A fifth partition for a second copy of Windows XP about 20 GBs in size. By having more than one operating system on the Hard Drive and if the first XP copy should fail to boot up, you can use the second XP to restore the first copy. Now, why install Windows XP first copy on the second partition, rather than the first partition, the answer is very simple. If you should lose the first copy of XP and it is installed on the first partition, you could not boot to the second copy of XP, because you lost the Boot.Ini file which Windows XP needs. That's why I recommend installing Windows XP on the second partition. Just recommendations and suggestions.