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From: "petrus bitbyter"
Subject: Re: ISA IRQ signal active how long?
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Date: Fri, 04 Oct 2002 21:56:57 GMT
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Organization: chello broadband
I ever read a copy of an Intel spec. Don'n know where it came from. Not from
the internet as it was not that popular at the time. We needed it as we made
some ISA cards and had to check others for compatibility. But these days are
long gone. Maybe it's somewhere in some archive. But even if I can find it,
it was over 50 pages of A4 that I cannot publish on the internet because
it's copyright of Intel. Did you ever Google for it? Maybe you can ask
"rickman" schreef in bericht
> Can you tell me where you got an ISA bus spec? I would like to get one
> since the PC/104 spec is based on it. But IEEE has abandoned their spec
> and I have not been able to find a copy anywhere.
> Rick "rickman" Collins
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