Generally what happens on an install, if you select to install the
freebsd boot loader, is that you'll get a menu upon boot that looks
similar to:

F1  ??
F2  Disk 1

Pressing F1 will boot Windows 2000 (or XP) and pressing F2 will show a
menu such as:

F1  FreeBSD
F2  Disk 0

These menus will just go back and forth if you keep pressing F2.  You
should not need to install Windows 2000 again.  Just make sure you don't
delete that partition.


Eric F Crist
AdTech Integrated Systems, Inc
(612) 998-3588

> -----Original Message-----
> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of
> Jorge L. Valenzuela
> Sent: Sunday, June 13, 2004 1:24 AM
> Subject: about the installation
> Hi
> I'd like to try the freebsd on my computer. I've three
> partitions, the first
> has win98, the second win2000 and I use the last one as a
> data disk. I don't
> care about my win98 O/S, but I don't know what will happend,
> if I install
> the freeBSD, with my win2000 cuz I need it to work.
> This is my question:
> I'm always asked for the O/S to use at the start. If I delete
> my win98
> partitiion will I be asked to use the FreeBSD or win2000 O/S?
> Do I need to reinstall the win2000 after installing the freeBSD?
> Thanks,
> Jorge Valenzuela
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