no it doesn't say how to solder in an ISA slot. It DOES list all of the info you would need to get the info you would need to do it yourself.
Turbo3 mentions that the BIOS sits on the ISA BUS
Someone mentions that the Yamaha Sound chip is an ISA device.
I Mention that the unpopulated yamaha location should have all of the needed lines (unpopulated on a v5)
1) Go find the pinout for an ISA slot
2) Go fond the pinout for the Yamaha Sound Chip
3) put them together
4) accidentally have mojo jojo knock in some chemical x
5) say hello to the powerpuff IO..
Hey neat Idea.. Cirrus Logic sells a 10Mbps ethernet controller that connects directly to the ISA bus, AND has a PNP version 8900=nonPNP 8920=PNP That'd be just dandy for all of those befolks.. i.e. get the signals from whereever, put the ethernet controller on a little board, connect the wires and PRESTO CHANGO, Ethernet BE on the IO