ISA/VL/PCI Cards

Paradise EGA Autoswitch 480- PEGA2A

  • CGA, Hercules, MDA, EGA, (Plantronics).

  • 8bit

  • Only 5 Dip switches.

    • Dipswitch 6=on for autodetect did not work on my CGA2SCART and MY 5151 Monochrome monitor

    • In my experience we must use dipswitch 1 to 4 to set MDA/Hercules, CGA or EGA.

  • PEGA utility did not work to change modes.

    • That also meant that one can not choose Plantronics mode

  • Hercules mode works fine with IBM 5151

  • Location: Shelf

Paradise EGA Autoswitch 350- PEGA1A

  • CGA, Hercules, MDA, EGA, Plantronics.

  • 8bit

  • Came with Copam PC

  • Have printed manual

  • Manual

  • Has 6 dipswicthes - just as the manual states

    • Dipswitch 5 and 6=on for autodetect did not work on my CGA2SCART and MY 5151 Monochrome monitor

  • PEGA utility worked fine for all modes, including Plantronics.

  • Hercules mode works fine with IBM 5151

  • Location: Shelf

OAK ATI-037C - CGA, MDA, EGA and VGA card

  • CGA, MDA/Hercules, EGA and VGA

    • DOS util for switching modes on the VGA port.

      • Useful for showing "real" CGA on the VGA port

    • Dip switches for switching mode.

  • VGA Museum

  • Stason

  • Vogons

  • Is in West PC 1600

ISA 16Bit TVGA9000i-3

  • Switchable 8 and 16 bit ISA

  • VGA card

  • Support 15Khz Output - VGA 2 SCART

  • Speed

    • 3DBench2: 33.1

    • Quake TimeDemo Demo 3 - nosound: 19.4 FPS on Intel Pentium MMX 233Mhz

  • Location: Shelf


ISA 16bit GD5401 - VGA

  • ISA 8/16

  • Speed on Intel Pentium MMX 233Mhz

    • 3DBench2: 33.1

    • Quake TimeDemo Demo 3 - nosound: 19.4 FPS

Unknown - VGA?

  • 15 pin connector

  • Chips: p860911 (gets very hot) and TR9C1710

  • We get a picture in Black/White -with a lot of statics. In 40 column mode we can read some words.

  • Not working

ISA 8bit MDA card with Parallell port

  • Origin: - IBM 5150

  • ROM is modded. Pin 21 is not in socket and it's connected to pin 24.

    • Norwegian ROM - swapped from IBM 5155 No.1

  • ISA 8bit

  • Location: Green basket

ISA 8bit MDA card with Parallell port

  • Origin: - IBM 5155 No.1 - It had both CGA and MDA cards.

  • ROM is modded. Pin 21 is not in socket and it's connected to pin 24.

  • ISA 8bit

  • Location: Green basket

ISA 8bit CGA / Composite

  • Origin: West PC 1600

  • ISA 8bit

  • Location: IBM 5155

VLB: VGA card from Digital

  • Not working

VLB: Promise DC-420 vl

  • 15.6MB/sec

  • 80286 CPU

  • 512KB RAM - expandable to 1MB

  • 16/32 bit data transfer

  • Manual

  • Driver for DOS, Netware, Windows and OS/2 Version 1.3

ISA 16bit communication

  • RS232

ISA 16bit controller

  • IDE

  • Floppy

  • COM 1, COM 2

  • LPT

ISA 8bit communication

  • LPT

  • COM 1, COM2

ISA 8 bit - IO kort

  • Not tested

ISA 16bit MFM controller

  • MFM controller

  • Origin: West PC 1600

  • ISA16

ISA 8bit Game ports

  • Suncom game controller

  • 2 ports

3Com Etherlink III

3C509B

3Com Etherlink III

3C509B

3Com Etherlink III

3C509B

3Com Etherlink III

3C509B

ISA 16bit Intel Network

Intel 8/16 Lan Adapter - E139761

ISA 16bit 3Com Etherlink II

  • Etherlink II 16 TP

ISA 8bit - Realtime clock

  • Not working

  • PC hangs when card is inserted in IBM 5150

  • Origin: IBM 5160

ISA 8 bit - Novix card

  • Origin: IBM 5160

ISA 8bit - Photodiode

  • Origin: IBM 5160

ISA 8bit - Memory card

  • 256 KB RAM

  • Expandable

  • Origin: IBM 5160

  • Current location: IBM 5150

  • Manual

ISA 8bit - Memory card

  • Memory card with 384KB

  • On shelf. Not in use.

Mustek ISA Scanner Card AB306N I / F


ISA 8/16 bit - Sound Blaster Pro 2

  • Rev. 069237

  • Sound Blaster Pro 2 - Isa 8bit - ct1600 (16bit physical). Have replaced the capacitor on the 5V input from the ISA bus. This did not reduce the noise from the machine.

  • Real OPL3 (YMF262)

  • NOT MPU401 Compatible

  • Sony CD-ROM interface. CDU31A CDU33A

  • Location: West PC 1600


ISA 16bit - Sound Blaster VIBRA 16

  • Sound Blaster CT2260

  • Wavetable header

  • PC-Spk inn

  • Plug'n Play

  • Real OPL3 - Yamaha YMF262

  • Have the hanging note bug

  • Area: DOS to Windows 98SE

  • Line Out and Speaker Out

  • Location: Shelf

ISA 16bit - Sound Blaster VIBRA 16

  • Sound Blaster CT2960

  • Wavetable header

  • PC-Spk inn

  • Plug'n Play

  • Creative OPL3 clone.

  • Have the hanging note bug

  • Area: DOS to Windows 98SE

  • Line Out and Speaker Out

  • Have cleaned the card in dishwasher - setting for glass - no drying.

  • Location: Shelf

ISA 16bit - Sound Blaster VIBRA 16C

  • CT4180

  • PnP

  • No Speaker in

  • Creative OPL3 clone.

  • Location: Olivetti M316

ISA 16bit - Crystal CS4236-KQ EP

  • no SNR

  • SoundBlaster Pro compatible in DOS and Windows 9x - Highly compatible.

  • Windows System System compatible. Gives 16bit in 48Khz in DOS and Windows.

  • No hanging note bug on it's MPU-401

  • Not real OPL3 - Comparison here.

  • Drivers - Check here for instructions.

ISA 16bit - Sound Blaster AWE32 PnP

  • Sound Blaster CT3670 - The Covert AWE64 Value

  • The CT3670 is unique among the Sound Blaster 32 line of cards because it is effectively an AWE64 Value, but with SIMM slots and without onboard RAM. A SIMM is far easier to obtain than one of Creative's proprietary memory modules. The CT3670 chipset is identical to the AWE64 cards with model numbers CT4380 and CT4500.

  • 2MB RAM. Only needs 2 MB on-board ram to do MT-32 emulation.

  • Drivers

  • Maybe the best ISA soundcard from Creative!

  • Plus for having Reverb and Chorus on adlib sound.

  • Games/apps crash when using MIDI. MIDI is enabled with AWEUTIL /EM. The errors says it memory read error. Have tried to remove ram from card, changed ram i PC and tried different EMM386 and BIOS settings.

    • Must try the card in another machine.

  • Location: Wic PC - Pentium 200

ISA 16bit - Sound Blaster AWE32 - not working

  • CT3780

  • PC will not detect card in any IO address. The PC used for testing works fine with any other SB card.

  • Have tried with:

    • Diagnostic.exe

    • Test-SBP.exe

    • OPLCLONE

    • Unisound

    • CTCM just gives the the dos prompt - no messages.

    • CTCU does not detect any pnp or legacy cards.

  • Have cleaned the card in dishwasher - setting for glass - no drying.

  • Location: Shelf

PCI - Sound Blaster 16

  • CT5803

  • Ensoniq sample-synthesis engine to simulate OPL

  • General MIDI compatible

  • Wikipedia says it is SB16PCI Others call is SB128 or SB64...

  • DirectSound, DirectSound3D, Sound Blaster, Sound Blaster 16/Pro

  • Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows 95, Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition, Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition, Microsoft Windows NT 4.0

  • Can be used in DOS with SBINIT.COM - require Expand memory manager

PCI - Sound Blaster PCI 128 - CT4700

  • AdLib, DirectSound, MPU-401, Sound Blaster, Sound Blaster 16/Pro

  • Microsoft Windows 95/98, Microsoft Windows NT 4.0

PCI - Sound Blaster Audigy Platinum EX - SB0090

  • PCI

  • 7.1 channel surround

  • AC '97, ASIO 2.0, Digital Theater Systems Digital Surround, Digital Theater Systems Extended Surround (DTS-ES), DirectSound, DirectSound3D, Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital EX, EAX 4.0, General MIDI, OpenAL, Sound Blaster, THX

  • Microsoft Windows 2000 SP2, Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition / Windows ME, Microsoft Windows XP

  • Supports external break out box instead

PCI - Sound Blaster Audigy 2

  • PCI

  • Model: SB0240

  • Gold connectors.

3C900B-Combo

  • PCI

3C905B

  • PCI

3C905C

  • PCI

  • 10/100

3C905CX

  • PCI

WinTV-HVR-4000

  • PCI

  • DVB-T

  • DVB-S2

  • PAL

USB2 card

  • PCI

  • 4 external USB

  • 1 internal USB

SoundBlaster Audigy LS

  • SB0310

  • Untested

  • Works with: Windows 98SE and above.

  • Location: Shelf

Adaptec 1394 IEEE PCI AFW-2100 Firewire


  • Untested

  • Location: Shelf