Operating System

Peter Elsner peter at servplex.com
Thu May 15 08:00:06 PDT 2003

uhm... boot managers are for when you have multiple operating systems on a 
SINGLE hard drive...

Not for switching physically between 2 hard drives....


At 08:55 AM 5/15/2003 -0600, you wrote:
>Installed FreeBSD on my computer that has two hard drives. A Windows 
>operating system is on the first hard drive and I have installed the 
>FreeBSD operating system on the second hard drive. I installed the FreeBSD 
>boot manager as required. After installation and reboot there is no boot 
>manager to allow me to chose between operating systems.
>PS. Could you Please help with this problem!
>Thank You!
>reimer2 at telus.net
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