In short, NT 4.0 only supported install to a mealy (by today's standards) 4 or 8GB partition and only then if it was under some cylindar limit.
To install NT 4.0 will stress anyone but one person I know since it's very archaic and has limits. Installing drivers on NT 4.0 may drive many to bash their PC into little bits.
It's apparent you need to read more about this old OS.
In short, no partitions, boot the NT CD and use its tools to install.
I built a PC with four hard drives. My intention is to have several different operating systems. So far, I have been able to install Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows XP Home user, and Linux Red Hat. I can access any of these operating systems when I start my PC. The only maverick program that I have to use a floppy drive in order to make it start is Linux. I have not been able to install Windows NT 4.0 Work station on the last hard drive (4). I have initiated the installation program. It calls for a set of 3 floppy drives. The problem begins at the middle of the installation process, because it abruptly interrupts and I get a message that reads: "Installation cannot continue, no NTFS format was found. I have formated the entire 60 GB harddrive into that NTFS format. I have also formated a small initial portion of the hard drive enough to accomodate the cited operating system, and still I am unable to complete the installation. Is there anybody out there who can lend a hand and tell me where am I goffing out ? Any help would be greatly appreciated.