Don't top-post, please.

> >skisen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> >
> >
> >>I have FreeBSD 4.5 Feb 2002.
> >>
> >>I had 4GB quantum harddisk. I had Installed the above version of FreeBSD
> >>along with Windows2000 and Linux.
> >>I had no problems and all the three OS were running fine.
> >>
> >>Now I upgraded my system with 60GB seagate harddisk.
> >>I created 4 partitions of 20GB, 20GB,10GB,10GB.
> >>I installed windows2000 followed by Linux and FreeBSD.
> >>After Installation at each stage i Found Windows running fine, Linux
> >>also. Finally I found BSD installation was succesful. But migrating to
> >>BSD was not possible.
> >>
> >>Is there any way I can overcome this problem?
> >>
> >
> >Probably.  But we can't tell unless you tell us what the problem
> >actually is.  What happens when you try to boot FreeBSD?

Sanjay <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> responded:

> Since BSD is residing in the 3rd partition, I typed F3 and nothing
> happens(blank), I'll have to reboot my system.

That doesn't sound like a successful install to me.  
Maybe you should try it again -- perhaps even with a more recent
release of FreeBSD (4.8 would be recommended, or 4.9 if you wait a few
more weeks).
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