Problem with boot0cfg
ptkrisada at gmail.com
Sun Mar 15 09:30:38 PDT 2009
Last week my harddisk was broken and wiped out the slice of FreeBSD 7.1R.
I decided to bring back my old harddisk with 3 partitions i.e.
Windows ME, Windows 2000 and a free partition.
It has a menu for selecting which Windows to boot and I have tested
Then I installed FreeBSD-7.1R (from CD) on the free partition and
selected boot manager while installing.
After completion and reboot the following options presented.
But only F3 (FreeBSD) can boot, both Windows can't boot and just hanged.
The following is diagnostic.
# boot0cfg -v ad0
# flag start chs type end chs offset size
1 0x00 0: 1: 1 0x0b 1023: 9:63 63 4208967
2 0x00 1023:255:63 0x07 1023: 12:63 4209030 10490445
3 0x80 1023:255:63 0xa5 1023: 15:63 14699475 18983853
version=1.0 drive=0x80 mask=0x7 ticks=182
default_selection=F3 (Slice 3)
Any suggestion would be highly appreciated.
Please note that previously I used LILO for boot manager.
Now I want to use only FBSD tool but I know very little about boot0cfg.
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