Expansion slots in Grids was Re: Anyone have any experience replacing a Dallas 1287 with a 12887?

From: Lawrence Walker <lgwalker_at_mts.net>
Date: Thu Jan 2 02:34:00 2003

On 1 Jan 2003, , Joe wrote:
> >
> >> Considering all the problems and low used prices
> >> involved. You might consider getting an old Grid 1520
> >> which also has the advantage of an additional EPROM slot
> >> which can contain info configuring various aspects of the
> >> computer, including a system boot.
> >
> >I wouldn't mind a Grid, but unless it has an ISA slot,
> >preferably two, it won't work for my application
> Mine has two slots. IIRC one is a 16 bit ISA slot and the
> other is 8 bit. They're both located in an expansion pod
> that hands on the bottom of the Grid.
> Joe
 What model do you have Joe. The 15xx use pods in the
battery bay. I have VGA and AC pods and I know there
are ethernet and SCSI pods. (I have a SCSI 5.25 fdd but
alas not the pod). Is this one of the earlier Gridcase
models ? I'll have to keep an eye out for that one myself.

Received on Thu Jan 02 2003 - 02:34:00 GMT

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