I just did the same sort of set up. The only difference was that I blew
everything away and started from scratch. I used 3 partitions. The first
for WinXP-Pro, The second for FreeBSD, and the third as a drive for
swapping files between the two. I set up WinXP-Pro on my first partition
using NTFS and alotted 15GB. The "swap" partition was the third
partition, 12GB, and formatted as FAT32. FreeBSD was assigned the
remainder of the 50GB harddrive and assigned into Partition 2. I
installed WinXP first, then FreeBSD and allowed FreeBSD to install it's
multi-boot manager and I haven't had any problems with booting either
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