cannot see Windows after installing FreeBSD
sach_anna at yahoo.com
Sun Sep 26 14:47:46 PDT 2004
I still cannot boot Windows so I set the BIOS to boot
from the slave hard disk that has Windows first and it
gave me the following error:
NTLDR is missing
press ATL-CTRL-DEL to restart
--- Martin Paredes <mapsware at prodigy.net.mx> wrote:
> On Friday 24 September 2004 22:48, Saccheen Martin
> > Hi,
> > I am a newbie to FreeBSD. I have a Pentium 3, 5oo
> > computer that I put two hard drives in. I added a
> > hard drive (master) and an 80G hard drive (slave).
> > Initially, windows XP was installed on both hard
> > drives.
> you mean that you used the 2 disk for windows, but
> wich one was C:
> > Last night, I decided to install FreeBSD 4.10 on
> > 4.3G hard drive and keep windows on the 80G.
> the 4.3G disk is the master (i suspect it was C:)
> > after I installed FreeBSD, I couldn't gain any
> > to Windows XP on the 80G hard drive. What
> happened? Do
> > I have to reinstall windows? Is there a way to set
> put the 80G disk in other machine with XP and back
> up what is left.
> can you put a listing of the files in D:\ (all
> files, include hiden ones)
> to see if there are the one used in boot proces.
> > BIOS so that I can boot from a particular
> > system?
> > Also, a second question-I have tried to access the
> > BIOS by typing different combinations of Fs and
> > ALT-CTRL-INS and I am unable to access my BIOS.
> maybe with DEL, try pressing it in the moment you
> turn on the pc.
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