You can try to contact "total hardware resurrection" project:
As description says: "The purposes are filling up the devices data base,
adding not only documentations and photos but drivers too."

On 17.12.11 02:27, Jeffrey wrote:
> Hi All,
>      About a year and a half ago, the last website offering support for AST 
> research computers went down.
> Because have an AST 80386, I downloaded all the drivers and files before that 
> happened.  Would it be legal
> for you to host them?  AST is now defunct, and they had a large market share 
> back in the day,
> so I'm sure many people would find them useful.
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