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Beginning with version 9.1, PC-BSD includes a Hardware Compatibility icon in Control Panel to provide a quick overview of system's detected hardware. In the example shown in Figure 8.3a, this system has a detected NVIDIA video card with a configured resolution of 1600x900, one Ethernet device using the ''em'' driver, and one wireless device using the ''iwn'' driver. Currently no sound card is detected, meaning that the user should configure and test their sound card using [[Sound Configuration]].
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Beginning with version 9.1, PC-BSD includes a Hardware Compatibility icon in Control Panel to provide a quick overview of the system's detected hardware. In the example shown in Figure 8.3a, this system has a detected NVIDIA video card with a configured resolution of 1600x900, one Ethernet device using the ''em'' driver, and one wireless device using the ''iwn'' driver. Currently no sound card is detected, meaning that the user should configure and test their sound card using the [[Sound Configuration]] icon in Control Panel.
  
 
'''Figure 8.3a: Sample Hardware Compatibility'''
 
'''Figure 8.3a: Sample Hardware Compatibility'''

Revision as of 10:00, 9 July 2012

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Beginning with version 9.1, PC-BSD includes a Hardware Compatibility icon in Control Panel to provide a quick overview of the system's detected hardware. In the example shown in Figure 8.3a, this system has a detected NVIDIA video card with a configured resolution of 1600x900, one Ethernet device using the em driver, and one wireless device using the iwn driver. Currently no sound card is detected, meaning that the user should configure and test their sound card using the Sound Configuration icon in Control Panel.

Figure 8.3a: Sample Hardware Compatibility

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