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I just tried to put my old PCMAX into my Pentium 4, and it won't fit! Am I stuck? The PCMAX seems to be too big for it.
Sat Aug 07, 2004 2:13 pm
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If you have an ISA card, it's for the older buss. The current PCs use a different and smaller connector.

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Must be an empty box!
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He could also mean that the card is too big for the computer.

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The new PC's don't have ISA bus anymore. You need to get
the new PCI MAX series of cards.

What you have hasn't been produced in some 3-4 years.

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