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Date:      Mon, 11 Sep 1995 09:33:43 -0200
From:      marcus@guarany.cpd.unb.br (marcus yuri maranhao leal)
To:        FreeBSD-questions@freefall.FreeBSD.org
Subject:   Some Questions...
Message-ID:  <9509111133.AA246084@guarany.cpd.unb.br>

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	Hello..

	I am thinking about install the FreeBSD system on my computer, but I have
some dubts:

	1 - I am using Windows 95, and want to have the 2 systems running on my system. There is any special recommendations, or I use the default dual boot configuration (DOS and FreeBSD).
	2 - I have a Quantum 540 Mb HD, and just one partition, made with the Quantum device driver. This partition works good with the DOS, but in systems that check the partition table (like OS2 or Windows NT), they detects a incompatible partition. The freebsd have problems with IDE drives with grater than 1024 cylinders and just one partition? Should I remake the partition before install the FreeBSD?

	Thanks:

Marcus Yuri



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