Dual booting w/ two disks
Brian M. Kincaid
bmk0 at pacbell.net
Mon Jan 24 08:51:40 PST 2005
Yup, Windows needs to be the first disk.
> In my case, freebsd is on the master and windows is on the slave, you
> mean that it should be the other way around?
> On Mon, 24 Jan 2005 08:45:44 -0800, Brian M. Kincaid <bmk0 at pacbell.net> wrote:
>>I have been running a dual boot system with Windows and FreeBSD on
>>separate disks for several years. I use just the basic FreeBSD MBR boot
>>program, installed using the procedure described in the Handbook.
>>Windows XP needs to be on the first disk (Disk 0) and you can put
>>FreeBSD on the other disk. Windows installation will clobber the FreeBSD
>>boot block, so you need to write over it with the Handbook procedure.
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