Il giorno lun, 01/07/2013 alle 14.16 -0600, Perlpowers ha scritto:
Sounds to me like something like the cards you could
get for the early
Macs, and even the Amiga. which was basically a single board PC that would
let you run your DOS applications on your non-PC workstation. I'm guessing
with this one that you hook up the external monitor for it and an
application would let you switch over and use the host keyboard for the
card. I'll see if I can find if that's the case for this card.
PS: Are you sure it's 512MB and not 512KB? I don't think I've seen 286
address that much RAM.
Yeah, it was a typo ! Obviously it has 512KB, not MB ;)
It's definitely a processor card. A 286, RTC, chipset Faraday FE300, DMA
controller, two 8259, AT-BIOS Faraday (just dumped with the eprom
FE-AT BIOS, COPYRIGHT (C) FARADAY ELECTRONICS 1/1/1985...BUS-AT Ver
I don't see it with CNFGSSP, must dig better...