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Thread: Help identifying a 386sx33 ISA SBC card

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    Question Help identifying a 386sx33 ISA SBC card

    Hello!

    I am trying to identify the following 386sx33 ISA SBC in hopes that I will find out what the jumpers do on it








    Sadly AFAIR MR-BIOS does not have a string for the manufacturer, here is what the system summary is:



    There is a logo right of the ISA connector and there is the model? SVPC-2 silkscreened under the IDE connector. Apparently it's a rev.A card

    If anyone can think of something please post, any help will be greatly appreciated!
    Thanks!

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    The logo _looks_ like "Silicon Valley Printed Circuits" if you check archive.org for svpc.com around 1997.
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    ^ thanks for that, it confirms a suspicion I had that this board was made in the US.
    There are some part numbers on the back side: "PCA 30100401 PCB 35100401 REV A" but these could just be production numbers. I searched ADVANTECH that makes SBC boars with the PCA-xxxx model numbering format but I could not find anything. Maybe the board is too old for the web...

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    Industrial equipment is very hard documentation wise. Same with Argent Technologies for example.

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