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I/O Controler Schematics/Jumper Settings

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I have and ISA I/O Contoler that I am trying to set up.  Basically I want to enable the HDD Portion of the Controler.
The contoler has Winbond Chips on it (W83757F, W83758P).  There is no silk screening to assit me.  There is a sticker that says "SUPER 8470    12/20/93".  Can anyone help me with this one.  

FCC# KJDKEN-IDE-PLUS-V4

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