Hey Viacheslav,

I always ignore that message every time I will install fresh FreeBSD
It doesn't not create error or anything during the installation.

Cheers...


Hello.
> I'm trying to install FreeBSD 7.0, but I have next problem.
> When installation program write new partitions structure to disc it exits
> with
> next error: "Unable to make new root file system on /dev/ad1s1a! Command
> returned status 36".
>
> And at the start of installation process I have warning about wrong disk
> geometry.
>
> My HDD is Segate ST340810A 40Gb, and I was trying write geometry (which I
> found on its case and in BIOS), but without success.
> The same problem with FreeBSD 6.2 and another my HDD.
> But hardware looks good, because Linux and OpenBSD was installed without
> any
> problems.
>
> Thanks for help.
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