Reply 60 of 66, by martinot
Anonymous Coward wrote on 2020-03-31, 16:56:
The onboard SCSI is wired up to the EISA bus, so it does infact appear in the ECU. Not sure how the IDE connector is hooked up, but I would guess VLB in which case it should just work like on a normal 486 board. There should definitely be a screen in the BIOS for setting up the harddrive...and most BIOSes of that vintage have an auto-detect feature. If I have time I can have a look.
So cool with dual Pentiums in SMP (very uncommon compared to dual PII/PIII, which where may SMP versions of)!
Did you ever manage to boot it in SMP-config with both CPU's in 3.51 or 4.0?