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Latest revision as of 19:25, 4 April 2020

UltraBay PCMCIA Cartridge

This is a PCMCIA adapter that slides into an UltraBay.

Features

  • Chipset: unknown
  • Slots: 1x Type III (16-bit)
  • Weight: unknown

Part numbers

  • 84G1303, 84G1301

Linux support

Enabling CONFIG_ISA is required to use this device as 16-bit PCMCIA devices are ISA-based. You must also enable 16-bit PCMCIA support in the configuration file named as 'CONFIG_PCMCIA'.

Models supporting this accessory