In my experience, for numerous reasons, it is better to install
Microsoft OS's first, then install FreeBSD (Microsoft has a nasty habit
of doing what it wants without asking or notification to the boot
record.  That being said, I have no idea why win98 won't even boot to an
install point.  Are you booting from Floppy or CD, or something else? 
Will the machine correctly boot FreeBSD now (its possible that it isn't
win98 that won't boot, nothing will.).

Assuming you can boot FreeBSD, what errors are you getting trying to
boot the win98 install (and what _exactly_ are you doing)?

On Wed, 2003-01-22 at 14:32, Wuzhen Zhang wrote:
> Dear Sir,
> 
> My computer came with win98. I intalled FreeBSD on the
> whole hard disk. I accidentally deleted my partition
> table because I want to re-install FreeBSD and with
> win98. I did sucessfully install FreeBSD in the second
> part of the Hard Disk, yet when I tried to install
> win98, My computer did not allow me to reboot with
> win98 startup disk? Can you help me out?
> 
> Sincerely,
> 
> Wuzhen Zhang

-- 
David E. Cross


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