First post, by Lazar81
Hello. On eBay I see many Boards that have AGP and PCI Slots. But besides I realized, that there are often holes for the pins of what I expect to be an ISA Slot. Length seem to match. I am curious about how to manage that. I never soldered anything before. But I intend to start off with some capacitors on smaller parts, that are not that important to me. Training sessions - sort of... But I am curious. Is it that easy? Just buy an ISA slot solder the pins to the board and that's it? I guess not... I imagine something like to build in a tiny thing here and there to make it work?! Also it looks like sometimes it could be necessary to desolder a PCI slot to have the space for ISA.
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