Please Help Identify Mystery ISA Card

From: Scarletdown <>
Date: Thu Sep 16 03:18:38 2004

I just recently purchased an old Toshiba T5200/100 Laptop at a thrift
store. One of the cards installed in it was an old 8-bit device of
some sort.

First of all, here are pictures of the card in question.

Can anyone here help me identify what this card is, and more
importantly, where I can download MS-DOS drivers for it?

It is from Maynard Electronics, 1988. The large socketed chip says:

00-08 9031

Other markings state: Type II Controller, and Rev. -5

The FCC ID number is D8I6I2 60201.

Just taking a wild guess, I suspect that this is some sort of SCSI
Controller. However, I could not find it in the TH99 archives. The
only match for Maynard on Driverguide is for a 16-Bit SCSI driver from
Seagate. Also, I could not find any info on Seagate's site either.

So, anyone here have any info on this card and possibly know where to
get drivers for it?
Received on Thu Sep 16 2004 - 03:18:38 BST

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