I was bored earlier tonight and I decided to tinker a bit with FreeBSD 6.4 on
my Windows XP SP3 box.
In that machine, there is one SATA drive.
On that drive, there was about 100 GB of free space, so I decided to try
putting FreeBSD 6.4 on it.
During the install, I opted to use the Free BSD boot manage. The install went
The problem is, when I boot up I get:
F2, is obviously, the new installation of FreeBSD 6.4, which boots perfectly.
F5 is a spare SCSI disk connected to an Initio controller.
F1 is the probelem. Windose no longer boots. When I select F2, I simply get the
cursor on a new line, and nothing happens.
Any idea what I might need to do to make windows work again?
It may be worth mentioning, I had Norton GoBack running on the disk before I
installed FreeBSD, although I am not aware if it does anything to the booting
All suggestions welcome,
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