Hello estate,

It's true. I got the same problem with my FreeBSD 5.0 box. I guess
it's sort of a bug or something with boot manager installation. To get
rid of that problem just boot from you FreeBSD 4.9 CD-ROM and run
partition configuration utility from menu. And re-set your bootable
partition and re-install the boot manager. I choose standard boot
manager always. In that way you should boot FreeBSD system after
restarting without re-installing it.


Wednesday, December 10, 2003, 9:49:55 AM, you wrote:


e> HI,

e> I am pretty sure this is a misconfigured partition problem but maybe someone there 
can help.

e> installing freeBSD 4.9 onto a compaq deskpro, 4 GB IDE, 192 MB RAM, previous OS is 
XP home ed.

e> I dedicated a 4 GB drive to freebsd 4.9 and specified it be
e> bootable. I also installed (at least
e> once) the boot loader.

e> no matter the configuration when the boot loader or the bios
e> tries to boot freeBSD  a black, blank
e> screen appears and the system reboots. It loops like this.

e> no problems installing from CDrom. Only problem is after the
e> installation. I have confirmed that
e> freeBSD files are on the hard drive and as a test I installed
e> SUSE linux onto the same machine, no
e> problems.

e> any suggestions or resources to explore. i have looked over the
e> handbooks and googled it to death.

e> thanks very much

e> matt
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