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As Chris Slothouber said, it's probably an issue with the floppies.

My resolution was to remove the hard drive, place it into a machine I
knew was capable of installing freeBSD and installing it.  Am now in
the process of putting it back into its original case to make sure it
all worked ok.  I'm a bit frustrated, but what can you do?  It would
be impossible for the freeBSD team to cater to all the corner cases.

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