This is in the Win7 forum because Win7 will be the main OS.
I want to quadruple-boot Windows 98 SE, Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows 10 (different games like different OSes)
To simplify this, I was planning to use GAG to manage them all, unless someone can suggest a better bootloader. The OSes will be installed on either of my 2 drives. (7, XP and 10 on the SSD; 98 on the HDD) Windows XP requires MBR, so I will be going with this for all drives. Windows 98 requires hyper-threading to be off and IDE emulation. Should I need to switch these on or off each time I go from Win98 and back again?
I have 7 now, and I was planning to install 98, (referring to this guide http://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=41065 ) then GAG, then XP, then 10. Is there anything I should be aware of first?
Note: If Win7 is installed with GPT, I will need to reinstall 7 as well, and so I may not start doing this for a while. If it is however MBR already then I can go ahead right away.