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PROBE not find the device ID

Hi All,

Probe is not returning the Device ID, while device (PCI Express-to-PCI Bridge) is already detected by "lspci". I checked this with printing all the device ID which has been detected.

Can anyone give me any suggestion or solution.

Thanks (in advance)
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What system are you on? As far as I know lspci is a Linux command. Does it even work on BSD?
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HI ,

I am Using FreeBSD machine. If u have any more doubt regarding query then let me know ....


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