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Asante EtherNet + DayStar IIsi PDS adapter + DayStar PowerCache 50 MHz + Micron Xceed video + internal grayscale.
The case won't fit because the Xceed Color 30 card is too high.
After much thought we still haven't figured out a way to fit everything without cutting a hole in the top of the case.
Setting "PowerCache" switch "On" in the Power Central 2.2 control panel causes System instability.
The bug disappears if the EtherNet card is removed from stack.
System Bug Fix:
Discard the Power Central 2.2 control panel.
Set "PowerCache" switch "Off", which does not cause loss of System speed because, in this setup,
the PowerCache card is always enabled regardless of the setting of the "PowerCache" switch in the Power Central 2.2 control panel.
Discard HD bracket
Relocate HD, by either:
Drill 4 holes in floppy case, mount HD directly on floppy drive.
Drill three 5/32 diameter holes, for #6-32 screws, in chassis floor, mount HD, vertically, between floppy drive and power supply.
Modify Asante card by changing pass-through connector from straight to right angle.
Plug 120 pin right angle connecter into DayStar IIsi PDS adapter card.
Bend front L shaped bracket to get 3/8" protrusion and cover both L brackets with electrical tape.
Add extension to J4 of Micron Xceed wire harness.
The Asante EtherNet card's slot address jumpers must be set to get different slot address than video card.
The Asante's jumper settings are marked on the card.
The AC power is 65 watts.