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Intellistation Z-Pro soundcard

Discussion in 'Soundcards' started by Kamus of Kadizhar, Dec 19, 2004.

  1. I dug up an old Intellistation Z-Pro I've had laying around for a bunch of
    years.... I think it dates back to 1997 or so. It's a P-Pro SMP box. I
    stuffed it full of ram, installed Fedora Core 2 (a flavor of linux) and it
    booted right up.

    Except for the soundcard. It has three sound connections in the back, the
    bios says sound is enabled, but FC says no sound cards detected.

    ISTR that IBM had some weird sound chip in these boxes, but I have no docs
    at all on this one.

    Anyone still have one of these running and can tell me what the sound
    chip is on these?

    The IBM type number is 6899 and the model nubmer is 10U, if that helps. It
    was manufactured in 97.

    TIA,

    --Kamus
     
    Kamus of Kadizhar, Dec 19, 2004
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