Declan Moriarty wrote:
>Recently, Somebody Somewhere wrote these words
>>>>>>Was this ever done?
>>>>>>>>>>>I doubt it. ISA wasn't really fast enough, if memory serves.
>>>That's why you didn't see 100Mbps ISA ethernet cards, either.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Well 16 bit ISA was fast enough for all but USB 2.0 hi speed
>>as can be seen here: http://www.pixelbeat.org/speeds.html>>Though time scale wise they don't overlap.
>>>>I don't understand what Declan wants to do really.
>>>>>Declan here. Thanks for your interest.
>>Ok I understand now. If you read back your first paragraph
with redundant info you may see the reason for my confusion.
Anyway, USB and windows 98 will be a bit painful from
a software point of view, never mind the hardware.
How about using technology more aligned with the era of the PC.
Perhaps you could install an external IDE hard disk?
show the following which may be of interest (note it's 8 bit):
Why don't you want to use serial to your PC by the way?
Parallel (up to 1.5 MB/s) is also an option.
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