On Mon, 28 Jan 2008 17:15:01 -0500
"Aryeh M. Friedman" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:


> 1. With fdisk write down the exact parameters of your FreeBSD and
> vista parition s(start/end/size)
> 2. Nuke all your partitions (vista insists on it)
> 3. Install vista (set the size equal to your vista partion [note it
> *MUST* be the first partition on the first boot device])
> 4. Download and install ezbcd on vista
> 5. Use the rescue CD to create the freebsd partition again
> 6. Reboot in vista and use ezbcd to create the correct boot records.

#3 is not technically correct in regards to Vista; however, it cannot
hurt to follow that advice anyway. There are several papers written on
it. Google for them if you need further assistance.


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