David Morton wrote: > Anyway, I have a laptop preinstalled with Vista Home Premium and I would > like to also run BSD on it. In reading your installation documentation, I > do not see anything that suggests I can install FreeBSD onto my PC without > wiping Windows.
There are several ways to do it but they all depend on you repartitioning your drive to hold an additional primary partition for FreeBSD. There are several commercial products that can do this reliably (I've only used Partition Magic) but I don't think there are open-source or free products with similar reliability. After you get the primary partition, you can most likely just install FreeBSD on it and it will "just work", offering you to choose between the Windows and the FreeBSD systems.
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