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Date:      Fri, 9 Jan 2009 09:40:58 -0500
From:      "Grant Peel" <>
To:        "Steve Bertrand" <>
Cc:        Kurt Buff <>,
Subject:   Re: FreeBSD Boot Manager
Message-ID:  <E68EFF8DA59D4DAE88199E1FFEF1A474@GRANTPC>
References:  <A52E216F2A494535806F4E9ED84D649D@GRANTLAPTOP>	<>	<><B655610C432F4260BE4C8E92EF791CDE@GRANTLAPTOP> <>

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Hi all,

For those that have been following this thread:

I now have Norton GoBack uninstalled and un-hooked from the MBR
-Had to go to Symantec and get a rescue disk,
-The rescue disk tried to un-hook GOBAck from the MBR,
    -It found the MBR borken (due to the FreeBSD Boot Manager install),
        -So the rescue disk ran all night restoring the original C-Drive,

-As of this morning, I once again have a bottoable windows system,
-FreeBSD 6.4 is intalled, but,

-I have not boot manager so I cant get to the FReeBSD installation.

Can someone (please!) explain how to install the FreeBSD boot manager again?

THanks all,

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Steve Bertrand" <>
To: "Grant Peel" <>
Cc: "Kurt Buff" <>; <>
Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2009 9:39 PM
Subject: Re: FreeBSD Boot Manager

> Grant Peel wrote:
>> So then,
>> IF we are able to restore the Windows MBR, and boot into windows, should
>> we not be able to boot the machine with a bootable FreeBSD disk, then,
>> use Sysinstall to restore the FreeBSD boot manager?
> Yes, that is exactly what I was getting at.
> Steve
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