I have tried to install FreeBSD 6.1 (downloaded as an iso from freebsd.org) onto the last 1.5Gb of a 120Gb disk, the rest is windows XP, this appears to go normally except for the geometry I get the message “geometry of 238216/16/63 for ad0 is incorrect. Using a more likely geometry”. (Which turns out to be 14946/255/63). When I attempt to load FreeBSD I get the error message “Unable to load kernel” and it goes to the OK prompt. In the bios it gives the geometry as 58853/16/255, however if I try to but this in once more I get the error “Geometry … incorrect. Using a more likely geometry.” Any suggestions as to what I’m doing wrong? Brian Levie
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