Hi Franz,

> I'm using an old legacy system in DOS that uses three custom built
> ISA cards.
> Will it be possible for me to install FreeDOS on a newer PC (with ISA
> slots) and still access those cards correctly?

As long as your PC has ISA slots, they should work "as usual".
It might be the case that you have some special bridge to ISA,
but you should just try if your software works on the new PC.
Please let us know if you experience any problems.


PS: Another nice way to connect custom made hardware is to
use the printer port. Luckily that stays available longer
than the USB lobby wants ;-).

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