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Software diskette for old Intel Inboard386 PC/XT Acceleratior

I need the diskette containing ILIM386.sys and other software off the old Intel Inboard386 Accelerator card for the IBM PC/XT. I have the board but no software, so I can access the expanded memory on the board.

So can anyone provide me with the software off that install diskette?

Thanks!

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Or:

Cause:
This is an expected operation. In the Boot Device priority setting in BIOS, you will see Removable Dev. (floppy), Hard Drive, ATAPI CD-ROM, and typically last is Intel® UNDI PXE 2.0. This setting will attempt to boot off a remote agent using the onboard NIC. By seeing this message it means the PC cannot find a boot partition on the floppy disk, hard drive or the CD ROM to load the operating system. Solution:
Install an operating system or put in a bootable device into the floppy or CDROM. If you do not plan to boot to a remote boot host, you may disable the Intel® UNDI PXE 2.0 option from the BIOS setup utility boot order. Relevant Information: No operating system installed
C drive does not have an operating system loaded
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Intel® Desktop Board D810E2CA3
Intel® Desktop Board D810E2CB
Intel® Desktop Board D815EEA/D815EPEA
Intel® Desktop Board D815EEA2/D815EPEA2
Intel® Desktop Board D815EFV/D815EPFV
Intel® Desktop Board D820LP
Intel® Desktop Board VC820


End of Interactive Support Announcement
These products are no longer being manufactured by Intel. Additionally, Intel no longer provides interactive support for these products via telephone or e-mail, nor will Intel provide any future software updates to support new operating systems or improve compatibility with third party devices and software products.
THESE DOCUMENTS ARE PROVIDED FOR HISTORICAL REFERENCE PURPOSES ONLY AND ARE SUBJECT TO THE TERMS SET FORTH IN THE "LEGAL INFORMATION" LINK BELOW.For information on currently available Intel products, please see www.intel.com and/or developer.intel.com
Comment by Beni S-P, posted on Oct 26, 2007
And i forgot :
check power suplay and ram???Let me know if u get help???

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