Well - I completed installation twice. Upon reboot, I get nothing. I suspect that partitioning wasn't done right, or the bootloader isn't installed correctly. The machine goes through it's BIOS startup, then it just stops, like it is searching for the boot loader or something.
During setup, I permitted Ghost to use the entire hard disk, and to automatically partition the hard disk. I checked the little checkbox to install the BSD boot loader. And, I'm kinda lost at that point.
In both cases, I used a SATA drive, installed as master, on SATA channel one - the only other SATA device on the machine was the DVD drive installed as master on channel two. Ghost was installed from that DVD onto the SATA hard drive. When the first installation failed to boot, I swapped to another hard drive, with similar characteristics, and installed to that hard drive.
I wonder whether Ghost is actually partitioning the hard disk - and if not, how do I need to set up partitions? How can I check to see whether those hard drives have active partitions?
I must note here, that the FreeBSD handbook installer is NOT like the installer that I worked with on the Ghost 4.0 DVD. Neither the text nor the images match up.