You can get it here – http: Last edited by Saotome Ranma on Aw, seems like this motherboard probably isn’t gonna work for me. Here’s an article about a guy trying to turn a rev 3. But the worst part is that I was intending to use it in my floppy imaging machine, to free up my AT power supply for a board, but it doesn’t work with my 4-drive floppy controller. Originally Posted by Chromedome This site says the GA-5AX has native K6 Plus support – meaning you can use a regular manufacturer bios and it will work with the chip – http:
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I haven’t read further to see how it turns out, but board revisions are sometimes very simple like that. It takes ages to start up with the controller installed, and when it finally does, for some reason the option ROM doesn’t detect any of the drives I’m wondering if the on-board floppy controller is interfering with its operation, even though I disabled it in the system BIOS.
Some boards had officially supported BIOS updates, and others had some hacked ones created by users. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. The tables writen on my motherboard are different so highest Mhz is Mhz, highest multiplier is 5.
All times are GMT There is one more ISA slot and one less pci slots on my motherboard. Set a5x to “disabled”. Originally Posted by Chromedome Last edited by Saotome Ranma on This site hosts no abandonware.
There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. Join Date Oct Posts 2. Aw, seems like this motherboard probably isn’t gonna work for me. It is functional, but judging from the look gs some of the capacitors, it could probably use a re-cap.
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I haven’t done a ton of research but everything I’ve read said thats the earliest version that works. Users browsing this forum: Took me a while to actually get it booting reliably.
The time now is At any rate, if your board is anything like the P5-A, the trick is to install your floppy controller with its BIOS disabled, but otherwise at the primary floppy address 3Fx. That is a very well-laid out ATX motherboard for its time. Next, go into your BIOS setup and under one of the menus you should have one that 5x “Onboard Floppy Controller” or something like that.
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You can get it here – http: Use a Matrox video board in it. But the worst part is that I was intending to use it in my floppy va machine, to free up my AT power supply for a board, but it doesn’t work with my 4-drive floppy controller. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Leave your primary menu drive A: Well, I guess if anyone’s interested in buying 5xx board I just bought off me, I’ll listen to offers.
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Return to General Old Hardware. This site says the GA-5AX has native K6 Plus support – meaning you can use a gs manufacturer bios and it will work with the chip – http: This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA.
Results 1 to 10 of Well, I use a 4-floppy Compaticard in a P5-A motherboard. It it does, then maybe there are DOS utilities that will take care of the extra steps.