The burner's been playing up recently so I've just been using the copy of 6.1 I've got. Maybe I'll get a copy of 6.2 burnt at work to try after the weekend.
The locked MBR hadn't occured to me, but having checked, unfortunately it wasn't that. So back to the drawing board. If anyone's got any other idea, I'de love to hear them! cheers -jc On 19/07/07, Derek Ragona <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
At 03:31 AM 7/19/2007, John Clement wrote: I'm installing 6.1 on an HP Vectra VL420, I've been in the BIOS to set the C/H/S as per what the install reports (I've tried an 80GB Seagate and a 250GB WD), the install all seems to go fine. I've tried the FreeBSD boot manager, a standard MBR and even setting the disk as dedicated, but regardless I end up with the same 'no /boot/loader' when it reboots. I suspect (and hope) I'm making a simple mistake, I just haven't seen this happen before. Thanks in advance!! First you should try 6.2 which is the latest release. Check your BIOS that you are allowing to write to the boot area. Many BIOS have a setting to not allow this to prevent a virus writing to the boot area. -Derek -- This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by *MailScanner* <http://www.mailscanner.info/>, and is believed to be clean. MailScanner thanks transtec Computers <http://www.transtec.co.uk/> for their support.
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