On Fri, 27 Jun 2003 08:41:38 +0300, Ramunas M. <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

maybe someone had this problem and can help me.
I installed freebsd 5.0 with boot manager in to ad1. ad1 is slave hdd. Ad0
is master hdd (with win98). When I rebooted freebsd, win98 booted, because
of ad0 is a first boot device, from which pc boots. In bios settings I
changed boot order, ad1 with freebsd became first boot hdd. So pc starts to
boot from ad1, boot manager shows menu: F1 Freebsd
F2 Freebsd
F5 Drive 1
If I choose F5 (I want to load win98), and then boot manager shows: "Error
loading operating system. Setup cannot continue." If I choose F1 - boots freebsd (it is ok if I want to load freebsd).
Maybe is the only one way: every time I need to change hdd boot order from
pc bios? :((


You should probably be installing 4.8. Version 4.x is the stable version of the operating system at this point.

Whether you install 4.8 or 5.0, what you want to do is install FreeBSD's bootloader on *both* drives.

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