I want to be able to dual boot into FreeBSD and Windows XP. Right now FreeBSD is booting just fine.
Windows XP is on a FAT32 filesystem on the first primary partition of the second hard drive. The second hard drive is the secondary master.
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Maybe there is another boot loader I could use that would allow me to fool Windows XP into thinking it is the first hard drive?
I would use GRUB, but it does not support being installed on a UFS2 filesystem yet.
I actually did something similar -- if not exactly the same.. the best solution that I could come up with was to use BootIt NG (http://www.bootitng.com/) to boot the system. That was the only of the approximately 15 solutions that I tried that worked.
Now, the PC in question is exclusively FreeBSD, so I don't have to worry about it.. but check out BootIt NG.. also, I'd be curious if anyone had any luck with other methods..
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