Dennis Cranston wrote:
> Look back in the archives for messages on the VIA chipsets.
> I have had problems, mach wouldn't run on a VIA chipset.
> Dennis in Houston
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>> On Behalf Of Bob Berg
>> Sent: Thursday, March 01, 2007 11:35 AM
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>> Subject: [mach1mach2cnc] Mini-ITX mother board
>> To all,
>> Has anyone had any experience running Mach3 on a Mini-ITX mother board
>> such as the one in this link?
>> Do you think it would work?
I'm running the 1.3GHz version on the CN13000 board without any
problems. Only think to note is that there is no parallel port
connector, you will need a ribbon cable header from the socket in the
middle of the board. Clean install of XP with NONE of the extras seems
to work fine, as does W2k. 256Mb ram is fine, but 512 is probably worth
the extra little bit.
Lester Caine - G8HFL
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