Here's my situation. I already have a machine dual booting Win2k and
freebsd. Originally, I installed Freebsd second, so that I could get the
bootloader. However, now I'm going to repartition my windows drives, so
I'll need to reinstall windows 2000.

I know there's got to be a way to make this work and keep the freebsd boot
loader. I've heard there's a way to tell a windows installation not to
install a boot loader. I was also thinking there should be a way where I
can create a boot disk for freebsd and then after windows installs its
boot loader, boot to freebsd with the boot disk and re-install that
bootloader. However, these are all vague memories, so if anybody could
help me out with some specific details, that would help a lot, since
that's the only reason I haven't reformatted yet...

Any help would be much appreciated. I'm not on the mailing list, so please
reply to me also...


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