On Sunday 22 October 2006 01:41, Laurens Timmermans wrote:
> Kent Stewart schreef:
> > Well "copy" will sometimes copy as asci instead of binary. You have
> > /a and /b to force one type or the other.
> >
> > Xcopy, I think, always copies binary. I think a drag and drop does
> > will also prefer to copy as binary.
> >
> > Kent
>
> I tried the following:
>
> "bsdlabel -B ad0s3"
> according to the manual this should recreate boot1 and boot2 ? I made
> a backup of boot1 but the above command does not recreate boot1. It
> only does something with /boot/boot. So i restored the backup of
> boot1, copied the first 512 bytes of /boot/boot to a usb-stick using
> dd. I booted back into windows and used xcopy to copy the boot1-file
> to my c:.
>
> But still i get "Invalid slice"

The boot1 I use is created when you do the installworld and 
is /boot/boot1.

When you are on the same HD as your Windows ntldr, that is all you need 
to use.

Kent

-- 
Kent Stewart
Richland, WA

http://www.soyandina.com/ "I am Andean project".
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