Originally posted by beedubaya
This can sometime happen when you install Win2k/XP from the DOS prompt.
The dual-boot menu is usually created when you install another version of Windows OS while
you are booted up in another windows OS.
kaspardividian, there was obviously another windows OS already installed on this PC. When you popped in your W2K CD, you must have been already booted up in probably Win98 or ME. During the installation, there is an option for you to tell W2K which partition/directory to install the OS to.