Type 0 Complex
rf90386a.exe (No diagnostics
90X8134 DMA Controller (Also used
on K complexes)
A82385 Memory / cache controller
is the same as on the "revised" 20MHz Mod. 80 boards *1) and on the 25MHz
(but a 20MHz version of that) and on the Mod. 70-Axx "processor complex
card". That's an Intel-creation.
I don't know whether I want to thank or curse Rich
Wolos for providing this. It has a desire to see only the SCSI w/cache
and XGA. I dimly remember from the soul scarring installation attempt that
resulted in a massive reformat and restoring system partition that it wants
The 4 TC5588J-25 are the 64K cache for the 386DX-20.
From Rich Wolos
I had these -402 beasts. Converted them all to 486,
no problems now.
Just have to reload the IML on hard drive. Usually do a LLF first.
The -402 will only accept 4x 2/85 (2MB 72pin simms FRU# 92F0104) = 8-mb
on motherboard, 8-mb more on an expansion card. Bootable refdisk
for that 90386 is only available by backing up. Keep a copy before
you switch, may be useful someday <g>.