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Topic # 89142 26-Aug-2011 09:35
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Yes you read right, ISA.
Need one to test an old industrial machine.
Can swap with new hardware to the value to $100.

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  Reply # 512320 26-Aug-2011 10:33
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  Reply # 512326 26-Aug-2011 10:45
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I'm sure I have one here somewhere. I kept it to test old machines but don't think I ever used it.  I'll attempt to locate it.


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  Reply # 520109 12-Sep-2011 18:47
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Let me see.... 56k modem... serial card...  28.8k modem... ahh here we are, video cards... AGP... no... PCI... no older still.... looks like the oldest I got is a VL-Bus card! (the ISA extension).  Dude! That is some seriously old tech!  Good luck with your search Smile

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  Reply # 520121 12-Sep-2011 19:07
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I'll have a look tomorrow (my stuff not at my house)

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  Reply # 521611 15-Sep-2011 17:49
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My search was fruitful :)

I now have a working state of the ark 486sx Cool

Thank you geekzone for hooking a brother up.

Hope the
Antec High Current Gamer HCG-620 620W PSU
is working well as the trade.

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  Reply # 522779 18-Sep-2011 22:13
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So what Video card did you end up with in the end

I know where I can get my hands on an old trident 512K card if you ever need it complete with drivers for win 3.11 to I think

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