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Once the system boots from the installation media, a menu similar to the following will be displayed:
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Starting the Installation
By default, the installation will not make any changes to the disk(s) before the following message:
Your changes will now be written to disk. If you
have chosen to overwrite existing data, it will
be PERMANENTLY ERASED. Are you sure you want to
commit your changes?
The install can be exited at any time prior to this warning. If there is a concern that something is incorrectly configured, just turn the computer off before this point and no changes will be made to the system's disks.
This section describes how to boot the system from the installation media which was prepared using the instructions in <xref linkend="bsdinstall-installation-media"/>. When using a bootable USB stick, plug in the <acronym>USB</acronym> stick before turning on the computer. When booting from <acronym>CD</acronym> or <acronym>DVD</acronym>, turn on the computer and insert the media at the first opportunity. How to configure the system to boot from the inserted media depends upon the architecture.
Booting on <trademark>i386</trademark> and amd64
These architectures provide a <acronym>BIOS</acronym> menu for selecting the boot device. Depending upon the installation media being used, select the <acronym>CD</acronym>/<acronym>DVD</acronym> or <acronym>USB</acronym> device as the first boot device. Most systems also provide a key for selecting the boot device during startup without having to enter the <acronym>BIOS</acronym>. Typically, the key is either <keycap>F10</keycap>, <keycap>F11</keycap>, <keycap>F12</keycap>, or <keycap>Escape</keycap>.
If the computer loads the existing operating system instead of the FreeBSD installer, then either:
The installation media was not inserted early enough in the boot process. Leave the media inserted and try restarting the computer.
The <acronym>BIOS</acronym> changes were incorrect or not saved. Double-check that the right boot device is selected as the first boot device.
This system is too old to support booting from the chosen media. In this case, the <application>Plop Boot Manager</application> (<link xlink:href="http://www.plop.at/en/bootmanagers.html"/>) can be used to boot the system from the selected media.
Booting on <trademark class="registered">PowerPC</trademark>
On most machines, holding <keycap>C</keycap> on the keyboard during boot will boot from the <acronym>CD</acronym>. Otherwise, hold <keycombo action="simul"> <keycap>Command</keycap> <keycap>Option</keycap> <keycap>O</keycap> <keycap>F</keycap> </keycombo>, or <keycombo action="simul"> <keycap>Windows</keycap> <keycap>Alt</keycap> <keycap>O</keycap> <keycap>F</keycap> </keycombo> on non-<trademark class="registered">Apple</trademark> keyboards. At the <prompt>0 &gt;</prompt> prompt, enter
<userinput>boot cd:,\ppc\loader cd:0</userinput>
FreeBSD Boot Menu
Once the system boots from the installation media, a menu similar to the following will be displayed:
FreeBSD Boot Loader Menu
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By default, the menu will wait ten seconds for user input before booting into the FreeBSD installer or, if FreeBSD is already installed, before booting into FreeBSD. To pause the boot timer in order to review the selections, press <keycap>Space</keycap>. To select an option, press its highlighted number, character, or key. The following options are available.
<literal>Boot Multi User</literal>: This will continue the FreeBSD boot process. If the boot timer has been paused, press <keycap>1</keycap>, upper- or lower-case <keycap>B</keycap>, or <keycap>Enter</keycap>.
<literal>Boot Single User</literal>: This mode can be used to fix an existing FreeBSD installation as described in <xref linkend="boot-singleuser"/>. Press <keycap>2</keycap> or the upper- or lower-case <keycap>S</keycap> to enter this mode.
<literal>Escape to loader prompt</literal>: This will boot the system into a repair prompt that contains a limited number of low-level commands. This prompt is described in <xref linkend="boot-loader"/>. Press <keycap>3</keycap> or <keycap>Esc</keycap> to boot into this prompt.
<literal>Reboot</literal>: Reboots the system.
<literal>Kernel</literal>: Loads a different kernel.
<literal>Configure Boot Options</literal>: Opens the menu shown in, and described under, <xref linkend="bsdinstall-boot-options-menu"/>.
FreeBSD Boot Options Menu
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The boot options menu is divided into two sections. The first section can be used to either return to the main boot menu or to reset any toggled options back to their defaults.
The next section is used to toggle the available options to <literal>On</literal> or <literal>Off</literal> by pressing the option's highlighted number or character. The system will always boot using the settings for these options until they are modified. Several options can be toggled using this menu:
<literal>ACPI Support</literal>: If the system hangs during boot, try toggling this option to <literal>Off</literal>.
<literal>Safe Mode</literal>: If the system still hangs during boot even with <literal>ACPI Support</literal> set to <literal>Off</literal>, try setting this option to <literal>On</literal>.

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