Go back to your old familiar drive configuration and do one of the following:
1 - Install the FreeBSD boot loader on *both* hard drives. Also be sure
to set the FreeBSD slice (a/k/a "partition" in Windows-speak) bootable
During installation I did set the FreeBSD slice with the / system bootable, I also set the Windows partition bootable.
I believe, I choose install the boot manager on both
disks. In other words I hoped I did exact that way.
But it won't work.
FYI: The '???' label will be for your Windows
partition, and it should work.
I hoped so. And old Windows versions (on a different box) booted. That is why I start to wonder if XP is different.
2 - Use the GAG boot loader. It's simple as can be. <URL:
Yes, I guess I should use that or GRUB.
Bye, Marc _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"