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Did they give you any other context like why? Was there any specific ordering? My basic guess is that the list...
On Wed, 16 Aug 2006 22:02:35 +0100, Steve O'Hara-Smith
It gets more confusing. I have been doing a little more research on the Corollary card. It seems that the old drivers are available from www.digi.com, as well as drivers for some others:
"digi Drivers and files for legacy Digi products" "arnet Drivers and files for legacy Arnet products" "centraldata Drivers and files for legacy Central Data products" "corollary Drivers and files for legacy Corollary products" "itk Drivers and files for legacy ITK products" "stargate Drivers and files for legacy Stargate products"
digi.com is also the original manufacturer of Digiboard cards according to their site.
digi.com also has copies of the Corollary 8x4 (which is the card I have) manuals, and those manuals reference a company called "Central Data" located somewhere in Illinois. The manuals are dated 1998, which is AFTER Intel Corollary Inc., of Irvine, Calif.
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On Thu, 17 Aug 2006 17:04:56 -0700, Eugene Miya See the following, esp. the last paragraph. I think Miles has a typo; the architecture is...
So, it boils down to: I have no idea who actually made the card. It may be that 'Corollary' was just a product name, and not the mfg. I suppose that I will actually have to find the card and the rest of the pieces that came with it to see just whose name is on it. If any. :-) --
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