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Hi all. I'm looking to merge two of my machines in my home office into one to free up the second one for other uses, but one is a windows machine, the second is my freebsd 5.3x machine. Can I just move the HD from the Freebsd machine over to the windows machine and add something to the boot.ini file to make it bootable from the windows boot prompt, or do I have to do something else? Or can I just mirror the HD from the BSD box into an image file, then just mount and boot that image using Vmware and run it as a virtual machine? I'm trying to find the simplest, most hassle free way to merge the two machines without much tinkering with the existing installs. Any suggestions is welcome. I only picked merging the bsd box into the windows machine because the windows machine has the better hardware.