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Most hardware should work with PC-BSD, but in some cases, cheap hardware has been reported not to work. If you use mainstream or top-end hardware, such as those that feature VIA or NVIDIA chipsets, it will usually work flawlessly.
 
Most hardware should work with PC-BSD, but in some cases, cheap hardware has been reported not to work. If you use mainstream or top-end hardware, such as those that feature VIA or NVIDIA chipsets, it will usually work flawlessly.
  
 
To ensure your hardware is supported, check the [http://www.freebsd.org/releases/8.1R/hardware.html FreeBSD 8.1 Hardware List].
 
To ensure your hardware is supported, check the [http://www.freebsd.org/releases/8.1R/hardware.html FreeBSD 8.1 Hardware List].

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Most hardware should work with PC-BSD, but in some cases, cheap hardware has been reported not to work. If you use mainstream or top-end hardware, such as those that feature VIA or NVIDIA chipsets, it will usually work flawlessly.

To ensure your hardware is supported, check the FreeBSD 8.1 Hardware List.