Central Point Option floppy controller

From: Jeffrey l Kaneko <jeff.kaneko_at_juno.com>
Date: Wed Sep 15 14:42:25 1999

On Wed, 15 Sep 1999 13:41:26 -0400 (EDT) allisonp_at_world.std.com writes:
> > I'd use one of my 286's for this job-- assuming it could do
> > anything useful.
> Live with it. Before I got a decent PC evenone assumed I had a
> In the mean time look in dumpsters and garbage pails for your 386, they
> seems to be worthless here (Eastern MA).

Actually, I was just being a wiseguy. I got *some* 32-bit WinTel stuff.
It's just that they're committed to projects at the moment!

> A 286 should be fine for use with that board if their software
> doesn't require it. I'd bet they don't need more than that.

Naw, all of that dos based stuff runs just fine on 16-bit hardware.
It's when they started doing all of these fancy memory tricks that
got us into trouble.

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