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SubjectRe: ISA slot detection on PCI systems?
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> Is there any way to safely probe a PCI motherboard to determine whether
> or not it has ISA cards present, or ISA card slots?

You can make an educated guess. However it is at best an educated guess.
The DMI tables will tell you what PCI and ISA slots are present (but
tend to be unreliable on older boxes). You can also look for an ISA bridge
in lspci as a second source of information.

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