In any case, I suppose the OP could just use a floppy
boot disk, like slackware's:
Which should bypass any (most) moronic bioses.

any. i use bootable CD for this. very easy to create, and you can fit whole /boot easily. FreeBSD can use any IDE drive on any IDE controller, including 500GB drive on ISA 486, that's all just BIOS problems.
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