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I installed the FreeBSD 10.0 from a pen-drive to be the only system in the computer and the installation looked perfect.

When I turned the computer on to use the system from the hard-drive it shows:

Error 1962: No operating system found. Boot sequence will automatically repeat.

I checked the disk ada0 with gpart show and the partitions are there.

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You can use gpart to make the harddisk bootable. See the manual page, especially the section BOOTSTRAPPING.

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