ISA CompactFlash Adapter - IDE for 8-Bit PC, XT CF LITE 4.1, XTIDE
XT-CF-Lite V4 is a remake of James Pearce's XT-CF-Lite card, which in its turn is a simplified version of his CPLD based XT-CF card, and shares some ideas with XT-IDE card. This card allows connecting a Compact Flash (CF) card to computers with ISA bus and using it as a mass storage device. The card also supports BIOS extension ROM.
No ibm slot 8 compatibility
Tested on motherboards - XL-7 Turbo, XT Juko, IBM ps/2 model 30, 286 , 386
Other users report compatibility with ibm 5155, Commodore PC10 III,Olivetti M21,Olivetti m24, Oem intel 486
Attention: IBM 5170's require a BIOS upgrade to an AMI or AWARD BIOS to utilize this card, due to a weird incompatibility. It's simple, requiring replacing/programming the 2x 27c256 EPROMS. minuszerodegrees.net/index.htm
Supplied with default setting: bios xt @ c800h base address 300h,default boot drive 80h
You will have to fiddle with your old PC to make sure to set up the address correctly to recognize the card.
If you are unsure that you can change the switches and choose address, do not buy this card.
- 1 x ISA CF v4 Unit now inENIG-RoHS (gold plated) CF card is NOT INCLUDED
Assembled,tested 100% working, no ibm slot 8 compatibility
Note: The metallic bracked (Keystone 9202) is not included.
At the moment we have blue colored PCB
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