freebsd 5.0 boot manager
bryanko at i-cable.com
Sat Apr 12 09:00:39 PDT 2003
I would suggest you to try the Masterbooter which I have been using for many
The shareware version is free and should fullfill your needs
----- Original Message -----
From: "David" <dvelez502 at nyc.rr.com>
To: <questions at freebsd.org>
Sent: Saturday, April 12, 2003 2:17 PM
Subject: freebsd 5.0 boot manager
> My name is David. I'm a big freebsd fan. I've install many
> freebsd from the 4.X series in the past. Anyway ,I purchase
> the freebsd 5.0 Jan 2003 series and everything went fine
> except for the boot manager. It boots up the freebsd but
> not my windows 98 partion. This is the first time I am
> seeing this. This never happen with the other freebsd's
> I installed in the past. Windows is on drive 0 and freebsd is
> on drive 1, the boot manager installed on both disks
> and the boot flag S = Set bootable on their respective partions.
> The boot manager for drive 0 lists:
> F1 DOS
> F5 Drive 1
> When I press F1 , I get this message:
> Invalid system disk,
> Replace the disk and press any key
> The boot manager for drive 1 list:
> F1 Freebsd
> F5 Drive 0
> When I press F1, freebsd boots up fine. F5 bring me back to
> the boot listing for drive 0. Nothing wrong here.
> Like I said, this never happen to me with the 4.X series of
> freebsd. All 4.X series installed fine and the boot manager
> loaded up windows or freebsd.
> If you have any suggestions I would surely appreciate it.
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