Did anyone ever have any luck with adding an ISA slot? There are some old posts about using the lines from the audio chip. I have bunches of old ISA cards that I would love to use (some with parallel/serial/fdd/ide ports), but I wouldn't know where to begin.
there are other locations on the board that you can solder to.. the bios socket has most of the address and data lines, or you could trace the pins on the sound chip and find test points.. it just means that it'll be a little bit more work for you..
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