I unsuccessfully installed FreeBSD and I can no longer boot into an OS from the HD. I attempted to install BSD onto the "G" drive below however the the install gave me some kind of storage error and I can no longer boot into Windows. While going through the BSD installation process I opted to NOT install a boot manager (I incorrectly assumed that this would leave my existing boot manager intact).
Here's how I was partitioned pre-FreeBSD (these are all partitions on the same SATA 80GB drive):
C:\ Windows ME
D:\ Windows XP sp1a
E:\ Windows XP-64 beta
F:\ Longhorn 64 preview
[G]:\ unpartitioned 4GB
[F]:\ uformatted 4GB
H:\ NTFS Storage
I:\ FAT32 Storage
Before I attempted to install BSD, I used c:\boot.ini as my boot manager.
Now when I try to boot it says:
Has anyone else ever had this happen to them? If so how can I reenable booting into Windows?
MSI K8T Neo-FIS2R v1.2
Athlon 64 3200+
1GB (2x512) PC3500 GeIL Golden Dragon 2-3-3-6@1T (Memtest 86+: 12+ cycles/0 errors)
Super Flower SF-550SS:3.3v@35a|5v@50a|12v@30a
Sapphire ATI 9600XT 256MB
LG 8x DVD±/CD R/RW (IDE1 Master)
Seagate 7200.7 SATA 80GB (VIA)