I think the FreeBSD boot manager took out my laptop drive and I'm hoping to get it back (and willing to go to some extensive effort to do so).
Dual boot Win2K and FreeBSD. Just upgraded it to current yesterday. Rebooted FreeBSD a number of times with no issues. Today, I needed to use the Win2K side of things, that booted a number of times as well. But, when I tried to flip back to FreeBSD, the disk lost it's mind. Up came the normal prompt: F1 ?? (windows partition) F2 FreeBSD But when I hit F2, it changed to F4 FreeBSD which now does nothing other than looping forever. I booted from the 5.2 FreeBSD mini-iso CD, looked at the disktable and the whole disk is marked "unused". Win2K says it can't see anything either. So, I suspect that the partition/label info is gone but everything else should be there. Any ideas on how I can dig around and put things back? /\/\ \/\/ _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"