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I had a similar problem and here's what I had to do on FreeBSD 10.0. Since you don't yet have an answer, here's what I did. After the install (which I did with GPT and ZFS), I opted to go to the terminal instead of rebooting. I then ran the following commands.

gpart set -a active /dev/ada0
gpart set -a bootme -i 1 /dev/ada0

'1' was the number of my boot partition from gpart show.

I had a similar problem and here's what I had to do on FreeBSD 10.0. Since you don't yet have an answer, here's what I did. After the install, I opted to go to the terminal instead of rebooting.

gpart set -a active /dev/ada0
gpart set -a bootme -i 1 /dev/ada0

'1' was the number of my boot partition from gpart show.

I had a similar problem and here's what I had to do on FreeBSD 10.0. Since you don't yet have an answer, here's what I did. After the install (which I did with GPT and ZFS), I opted to go to the terminal instead of rebooting. I then ran the following commands.

gpart set -a active /dev/ada0
gpart set -a bootme -i 1 /dev/ada0

'1' was the number of my boot partition from gpart show.

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I had a similar problem and here's what I had to do on FreeBSD 10.0. Since you don't yet have an answer, here's what I did. After the install, I opted to go to the terminal instead of rebooting.

gpart set -a active /dev/ada0
gpart set -a bootme -i 1 /dev/ada0

'1' was the number of my boot partition from gpart show.