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Does Windows Server 2003 Support ISA Slot Hardware?

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Does Windows Server 2003 Support ISA Slot Hardware?  I have a Dialogic ISA Card that I want to run on Windows Server 2003.  I downloaded the drivers from Intel (5.1.1) and still the machine doesn't recognize.  (Please post proof and reasoning with answer).  -Denis
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Yes, it does.

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/evaluation/sysreqs/default.mspx

No where is PCI listed as a requirement and CPU support goes all the way down to 133MHz.

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You may need to manually setup the driver resources. E.g irq, i/o range, etc...
IRQ sharing will not work, you will need dedicated ones for the board.
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