I guess this question has been asked billion times....>.<
hopefully there would still be somebody willing to answer me....>.<
I just installed win2k on my system and it killed my
boot manager. I have tried several ways to get it back, but seemed
not working at all.
1. First, I've tried to use boot disk to get to the installation menu. I
then tried to install the boot manager again from the fdisk options,
but that didn't work out.
2. After, I tried to boot my system with the MS-Dos boot disc and then
ran the bootinst.exe in the tools/ directory of my FreeBSD distribution.
However, this doesn't work also.
3. I tried to boot the FreeBSD boot floppy, I then went to the "Fixit" shell
and intended to run fdisk command. But, I don't have a Fixit floppy
nor CDROM #2, so could find the fdisk command....>.<
Can anybody sugguest me what else can I do in order to get the boot
manager back? Thanks in advance.