> Hello, I am new to this list, so hopefully I an > writing to the right address.
Yes, you are, so welcome aboard! > Anyway, I just installed FreeBSD in conjunction with > WindowsME, and when it asked for a boot manager to be > installed, I selected "None", since it said that's > what people who use PC-DOS should select. Now I can't > boot into my new installation. Just boot once again from the installation CDROM and choose the following options: Configure->Fdisk-> Now select your FreeBSD hard drive (press space), and exit immediately from the new menu shown ('q'). Now you'll have an option screen that lets you select BootMgr (the FreeBSD boot manager). Simon P.S. If you did not install Windows before FreeBSD, you should do that before going through the above procedure. Windows has the bad habit of overwriting boot sectors.... P.P.S. Next time, please choose an appropriate subject line. That will increase your chance to get an answer.
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