The following devices are supported by the smsc 4 driver:. Chips supported by the gem 4 driver include:. The following add-on cards are known to work with the gem 4 driver at this time:. HP Broadcom Wireless Utility. Atheros Bluetooth Driver BU12 version 6. Broadcom Bluetooth Driver, Lenovo G
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HP Bluetooth Adapter with trace filter. Feedback, updates, and corrections to this list are encouraged.
Gemtek Wireless Driver, G, G Broadcom Bluetooth Driver BT 2. TrueMobile Internal Dell Wireless Bluetooth driver for Bit Vista. Broadcom bluetoothLenovo B Broadcom Frame Access Driver.
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These controllers are supported by the mps 4 driver:. The jme 4 device driver provides support for the following Ethernet controllers:.
Intel Chipset Driver Version 9. Linkwys Bluetooth Driver version All major firmware revisions 2. A-Rev candidate release bit and bit Win7 Customer Install release – 5.
Lenovo Bluetooth Driver, Y Dell ControlVault driver for 32 bit Operating Systems. Broadcom Ethernet Driver, Lenovo B HP Broadcom Wireless Utility.
Only analog playback is supported. Broadcom Ethernet Driver for bit Windows 2K3. The following add-on boards are known to be supported:. Gemtek Wireless Linksys wpc54gs v2 0, Lenovo C Original HP Bluetooth Driver.
Broadcom Ethernet NIC The device lists in this document are being generated automatically from FreeBSD manual pages.
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Perusal of the archives of the FreeBSD symmetric multiprocessing mailing list may yield some clues. Wireless Lan DriverLenovo Be.
Network, Dell Wireless Broadcom LAN Driver version 4. Bluetooth Driver for T21IL.
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Intel LAN Linksys wpc54gs v2 0 version 8. Dell ControlVault driver for 64 bit Operating Systems. Bluetooth Driver, IdeaPad U Cronyx Sigma, Sigma, Sigma, Sigma If you have a system that is not listed here, it may not have been tested with FreeBSD