I just bought the issue of PC Welt for the included Suse 9.1 SE install disk. I purchased some months ago Suse 9.0 Pro. I have tried for over a week to cleanly install Suse 9.1. I give up!! I don't know who I should be upset at. After the first install of 9.1 I lost the ability to boot Windows. I tried repairing, and then re-installing Windows. Both attempts failed. Only after using a utility to totally erase my hard drive was I able to re-install windows. With various partition settings I've tried repeatedly to install windows and then Suse 9.1. Every time I lose Windows. With the Yast installer from Suse 9.0 the install works fine. All boot loader files for Suse look OK. The cylinder allocations from the partitioner software of Yast Suse 9.1 and Yast Suse 9.0 are extremly different It looks to me like the CD has been produced by Suse Linux AG. It has written on it "ohne Support-Anspruch". Do I buy more PC Welt mags because of CDs? Do I trust Suse to produce a working 9.2 and wait to buy that when recently the versions change so quickly, for another 50 Euros? I've tried Knoppix, Fedora, Mandrake and Suse. So far I was impressed most with Suse in my attempt to migrate away from Bill Gate's monopoly. That is slowly changing. Perhaps I should just do it right and buy a Mac!!! Have fun my fellow Fringe Dwellers, Namaste, Kevin Tough firstname.lastname@example.org P.s. I am using the Aldi "Computer des Jahres" purchased at the end of 2001. Suse installs its hardware more completely and correctly than Microsoft XP Home.