It is rather painful to make this work. When the partition is created it
needs to be told the BIOS disk number (-d options to dinit). You can try
doing this post-install by booting from the CDROM and doing something like
dinit -b -d 81 /dev/hd1t79
…but I have not tried this myself.
KazeK <email@example.com> wrote:
I have two phisical harddisks. One contains Win2k and on second I have QNX
Neutrino NC installed.
I can boot windows without any problems but when I try to boot QNX it hangs.
I’ve used few boot managers (XOSL, System Commander, BootMagic…) but
What should I do to be able to boot from second hard disk? When I use CD it
boots correctly and I can use QNX on my second drive…
Thanks for help.
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