Boot manager

Ivailo Tanusheff i.tanusheff at
Fri Aug 5 14:27:25 GMT 2005


You have two choices:

1) Boot from DOS diskette.
Run fdisk /mbr

2) Boot from Windows 2000/XP CD
Goto repair console and run bootfix

Ivailo Tanusheff
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Andrei Iarus <poni1111 at> 
Sent by: owner-freebsd-questions at
08/05/2005 05:16 PM

questions at

Boot manager

Hi! How could I have Windows boot record only, after I
have installed FreBSD's boot manager. I don`t want to
deinstall FreeBSD, just to remove FreeBSD boot manager
and to let the MBR exaclty as it was before installing
FreeBSD. Thank you in advance

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