Yeh, dont do it! I run a Win98/Win2k/Beos dual boot system and I badly
messed up my system when I installed the QNX boot manager. When I agreed to
install the QNX boot manager and then continued the install, it could not
access my CD ROM for some reason, but by now it was too late, the MBR had
been written, when I rebooted I couldnt access any of my operating systems
I may well have messed up myself, but unless you really know what your doing
I would not bother installing it (the boot manager)
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I downloaded the .iso file. The first thing you do from this is create
a boot disk to install RTP (at least in my case since my system won’t
boot from CDROM).
After booting from the floppy, you will be asked whether you want to
install the QNX boot loader, or rely on your own 3rd party product. If
you choose the QNX boot loader, it will overwrite the MBR. Simply say
you want to provide your own and it should leave the MBR as is.
Incidentally, I chose to install the boot loader, and don’t recommend
it. It’s cryptic and AFAIK not configurable. Linux’s LILO seems to be
I’m planning to reinstall and use Boot Magic.
firstname.lastname@example.org > (Francis Parsons) wrote:
Jerry.Heyman@tivoli.com > (Jerry Heyman) wrote in
I’m currently running Windows 98, Linux Mandrake 7.0, FreeBSD 4.1,
Linux RedHat 5.2 on my home machine. I’m using SystemCommander as my
I have no partitions available on the first IDE drive, and was
to install QRtP into the Windows 98 partition. In reading the
about this installation, I’m trying to understand if it will
Ditto! I just subscribed to find out the same thing. I just have a
boot with Win98 and BeOS using Boot Magic, and I found it strange that
doesn’t really mention this in any documentation I’ve found so far -
is the only reason I haven’t tried it yet.
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