I am running a dual boot machine with WIN95 and WIN NT4. I tried to upgrade the WIN NT4 OS to WIN2000 to make a triple boot machine. I now have a problem with WIN 2000 and one of my sound cards, because WIN2000 crashes to a blue screen when the OS tries to boot.
I removed the sound card and WIN2000 booted fine, but the moment I put the sound back in the computer - I get blue screened.
I now want to remove the WIN2000 OS section from the boot segment. The question is - how do I do it, without destroying my WIN95 and WIN NT4 partitions. Also note, WIN2000 is installed on a separate harddrive, so I could delete the WIN2000 folder, but I also want to remove the WIN2000 option from the initial loader screen.