Ok easy this, heres a simple step by step dealy on making a partition
Win98SE bootdisk>turn on PC>let disk load>type FDISK>select "create extended DOS partition">input the % of HDD space you want used for the partition.
fdisk will then complete its last disk verification check after which it'll ask you to restart the PC, remove the bootdisk and let windows load, check to see what drive letter has been assigned in "my computer" for the extended DOS partition, open MS-DOS prompt and type FORMAT *assigned drive letter*: /U.
For example if your extended DOS partition is given the letter "D" the command would be as follows, FORMAT D: /U
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