View Full Version : Intel Ergodata 386

August 25th, 2006, 03:39 PM
I have here lyinng besides me a VERY HEAVY Intel ergodata system, dated 1987. The intel logo isn't the one intel had till recently. It is pretty big. It has a 16mhz 386, 512kb onboard and 2mb on expansion cards. I remove a old Lan card, and the CGA graphics adaptor and add an isa trident VGA card and a SB 16. Also it had a Teac 5.25 drive witch i removed and added a 3.25 1.44, and a seagate 80mb.

By default it ran Dos 6.00 with greek support, but i formated and installed 6.22 and 3.11. i must say it runs smoothly...

it has 8 expansion slots, 3 ISA 16-bit, 3 Strange ones (2 8bit isa styled connectors one behind the other) and 3 8-bit, where my ATI small wonder workes like a charm (however cannot syncronize with my Schneider CM14 nor with the rca connected to my tv card. I am trying to add a IDE CDrom drive but i need to learn a little more the MSCDEX :p

also the AT 150w psu has 2 floors and it is 2 big as a regular one!

Can my St-125 with my XT controller work on ths monster? Anybody knows about it? It looks like a small workstation server to me...

August 27th, 2006, 12:17 AM
Sounds like an AT clone. If that's the case, you should look for an AT controller.