Whats a reasonable collection?

From: Jeff Hellige <jhellige_at_earthlink.net>
Date: Thu Jun 28 04:46:26 2001

>Well most of the cards aren't jumpered because of the, "silly ADF
>files". They are all software setup via the Reference disk.

        Though it's still easy to get conflicts between cards on an
MCA machine, changing thier setup in the software sure beats having
to continually yank the card to change jumper settings. I for one
remember the hours spent trying to work out ISA conflicts between
sound cards and such under Win 3.1. I had one setup where I never
did get my Pro AudioSpectrum fully working due to it's usage of dual
IRQ's and such.

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