... why's stuff have to be complicated?

Win95 has minimal if any boot sector protection. Just go look at what
boot0cfg does, figure out which sector you have to read/modify/write,
and do that.

Of course, I'd also check first to ensure it's updating a freebsd
bootblock, or you may render a non-dualbooting machine dead. :)

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