Originally Posted by trents
To create a DOS partition you will either have to repartition your hard drive (wich means having to reload Windows and all your software) or use some kind of partition resizing utility. There is a free open source program for doing this called "GParted" that comes with the Linux distro "Ubuntu 5.10 Live". This is a Linux version that runs entirely from a CD so you can try it and not have to load it on your hard drive. I don't know if much else that is free out there. I haven't tried it so I can't vouch for it. You may already have something to do that, however
thanks for the effort of typing it all, but I've already figured and done it 5 minutes after my first post here
(you can do it easily in Windows with Disk Management)
did all of that only to know that my 6600LE was A4 revision and hw locked..