Since you boot from two drives, this can get tricky. Win98 and XP can follow different drive letter assignment conventions. As well, Win98 isn't going to see NTFS partitions. Depending on what drives were visible when you installed XP, it will move it's drive letter further down the alphabet as it sees fit. I've seen it even place a ZIP drive ahead of it's own letter. Therefore, to Win 98 and XP, your F and G drives could be different physical entities.
I have a dual boot system with Windows 98SE on drive C and Windows XP OEM on drive D. I have a floppy drive on A and a Zip 100 on E. Drive F and G are only available in safe mode. What can I do to get the F and G drive accessible when not in safe mode?
In the BIOS the primary master is on (Auto) and the secondary master is the cd-rom drive, I don't remember what the slave drive was on but the secondary slave is the CD-RW drive which is the G drive.
Any help appreciated!!