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Old October 24th, 2005, 05:33 PM
JohnyG JohnyG is offline
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Moving an old Rev-J board to a new computer!

I am moving an old Rev-J board and its sync card to a newer computer with ISA slots because the old 486 is just too slow, and one of the SCSI 1 GiG drives just died! We only use this system now for our older archival Mixes on video to get off all the original individual Efex & Voice tracks!

My concerns are - what problems should I expect when putting this board into a new PC with a couple ISA slots in it? I expect to use Windows 95 and of course modern hard drives...Also is there a specific combo of computer and Mother board I should look to get?
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