Please start a new thread and include a description of the problem you are having. Also be sure to include the model of your Dell.
Please post back and let me know if you need more help.
The problem with Fdisk is it does not show the real size of the HDD (I have 160 GB) so was unsure but it created the primary partition and I could then use Vista's built in drive shrinker (Computer management>Storage>Disk management to make other partitions.
iirc with hdd capacity over 64GB the version of fdisk that shipped with win98 cannot correctly see the volume in MB but will partition the drive correctly if you use percentages.
For hdd>64GB you need the version of fdisk that shipped with ME to correctly identify the disc capacity.