Creating a partition (unknown partitions already exist)

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Aug 8, 2020
I have Windows XP on an old computer. I have some old DOS based games that I'd like to play, and I was thinking about installing Windows 95 on a separate partition. I was following the steps laid out here. But I do not have an unallocated partition. My C drive has the following status along with the following partitions visible:

Capacity: 144.33GB
Free: 39.82GB

39MB FAT Healthy (EISA Configuration)
144.33GB NTFS Healthy (System)
4.64GB FAT32 Healthy (Unknown Partion)

What should be my next step since I don't have an unallocated partition, despite having free space? I have a Dell Dimension E310. Thanks!
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