How I turned my CT3670 into an AWE64 and got rid of its pesky IDE interface

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How I turned my CT3670 into an AWE64 and got rid of its pesky IDE interface

Postby darry » 2017-4-10 @ 19:29

This is a very short story, I flashed its PNP EEPROM using the utility found here :

http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/ ... rId=r19293

I got the idea while reading this thread :
http://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=39683

Everything seems to work fine (including synth with 8 MB of RAM and MIDI out, except aweutil /EM, but that didn't work before either and is likely the motherboard's fault ), but the card is now detected as an AWE64 WITHOUT any IDE port .
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Re: How I turned my CT3670 into an AWE64 and got rid of its pesky IDE interface

Postby cyclone3d » 2017-4-13 @ 18:20

And that just confirms my suspicions that it is nothing more than an Awe64 with SIMM slots.

I'll be doing the same once I get my test setup ready.
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