First post, by flupke11
I have 2 ISA's from three machines I got earlier.
One is a Trident ISA 16-bit, based on the TVGA8900D-R (1994) from a Shuttle HOT-541 based Intel P120 system.
The other is a Realtek ISA 16-bit RTG3105E chip, from a TI486SLC system which I need to fix, as it doesn't boot (battery leakage caused damaged traces).
I have a Sanyo 8086 with CGA output, but sadly the monitor got lost and I have no convertor. The easiest solution would be to have an 8-bit ISA VGA card, but that's missing from the toolbox.
Is there any chance that one of these two cards can be flipped to 8-bit mode?
I see some jumpers on the recent Trident that point in this direction, but as ISA graphics cards are less my thing, I leave this to my more knowledgeable fellow Vogonians.