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(13-01-2013, 03:00 PM)NeoTerra Wrote: Try plugging your HDD and DVD drive into different SATA ports on your motherboard. It could also be that your motherboard isn't cooperating with FreeBSD. It's more likely a problem that there is something with FreeBSD install (they changed it from 8.3 -> 9), so you might want to make a thread on the FreeBSD forums and send in an email to their mailing list.

I know it's on their end because all Linux distro's work fine and any version before 9.0 works fine for FreeBSD and other BSD systems work fine. I installed OpenBSD on a vintage desktop and I think I'll probably do the same here. I have debian on it at the moment, I just have to figure out how to use fdisk to format one slice rather than use the entire disk because I intend to keep Windows there for my colleagues and family to use since they don't have a clue how to use BSD or Linux.

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