ReactOS doesn't like to be in a slave hard drive

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fabbo
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ReactOS doesn't like to be in a slave hard drive

Post by fabbo »

I downloaded ReactOS 0.2.4 installer, and I wanted to install it on my second hard drive (slave one, the master one has Windows). Every time, the installer could not write the boot sector.

So I disconnected the master one and configured ReactOS drive to be master. Installation was successful and ReactOS worked.

Then, I put the master drive on again, and configured the slave drive to be the boot drive in the BIOS. FreeLoader booted, and ReactOS started to boot, but soon it locked with a ntoskrnl bug, saying something like INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE

Could this bug be fixed?

P.S. is there a way to write FreeLoader on the boot sector after ReactOS has been installed?

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Post by A-v-S »

Edit the ini file of freeloader

[ReactOS]
BootType=ReactOS
SystemPath=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(1)partition(1)\reactos
Options=

This should work for primary slave
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