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You can now remove your installation media and click the Finish button to boot into your PC-BSD installation. If you installed the PC-BSD boot loader, you can choose "FreeBSD" from the list in order to boot into PC-BSD. Otherwise, your computer should load PC-BSD directly without your intervention.
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You can now remove your installation media and click the Finish button to boot into your PC-BSD installation. If you installed the PC-BSD boot loader, you can choose "FreeBSD" from the list in order to boot into PC-BSD. Otherwise, your computer should load PC-BSD directly without your intervention. You can now proceed to [http://wiki.pcbsd.org/index.php/Post_Installation_Configuration Post-Installation Configuration].

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This screen, seen in Figure 3.1.10a, appears once the installation is complete.

Figure 3.1.10a: PC-BSD Installation is Now Complete

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You can now remove your installation media and click the Finish button to boot into your PC-BSD installation. If you installed the PC-BSD boot loader, you can choose "FreeBSD" from the list in order to boot into PC-BSD. Otherwise, your computer should load PC-BSD directly without your intervention. You can now proceed to Post-Installation Configuration.

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