Remove FreeBSD Boot Manager
derek at computinginnovations.com
Sun Mar 25 01:31:31 UTC 2007
You can boot the windows repair console and use fixmbr command from there.
At 08:06 PM 3/24/2007, Jim Priovolos wrote:
>How can I remove the FreeBSD boot manager?
>My disk is full with an NTFS partition or slice and there was only room
>for 7 meg of anything else. The only thing that is installed now is the
>boot manager that asks if I want to start in Windows or BSD. I'd like to
>get rid of that until I can figure out how to shrink the partition.
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