Hi Ian! Ian Freislich writes: > I've used fdisk to create one slice (da0s1). I then used bsdlabel > to make make the partitions a, b, e and f. Then to put the boot > block on 'disklabel -B /dev/da0s1' - if I 'disklabel -B /dev/da0' > it trashes the label. Then I copy all my filesystems off the IDE > drive I'm trying to rid myself of onto the SCSI disk. When I tell > the BIOS to boot off SCSI, it complains 'Missing Operating System'.
I've seen this before, and I think it is a geometry problem. Boot the system in verbose mode (off the floppy), and go back and see what the boot probe thinks the geomtery is. (blat the boot partitions first, if you can). Then, when you fdisk, make damn sure that the probed geometry is used. After that, you shouldn't have probelms. If that fixes your problem, please report it in detail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] so we can get a more permanent fix. M -- Mark Murray iumop ap!sdn w,I idlaH _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"