kyrrin at bluefeathertech.com
Mon Oct 24 08:51:33 CDT 2005
I've been making some progress on getting this mysterious Intel PCMCIA FLASH card I've got to where I can read it. I've discovered, so far, that Intel sold their FLASH card business to another company some years ago (Centennial Technologies). Shortly after that, Centennial went up in a metaphorical ball of flames, and a company called Smart Modular Technology, based in Fremont, CA, bought them up.
Up until a few years ago, SMT made available a free utility called 'Flash Manager 2000.' Said utility could read both Intel linear FLASH cards and Centennial's.
I've been in contact with SMT, and they tell me that Flash Manager is "discontinued and no longer available," a position that strikes me as odd at best for what was a free utility.
So... My search comes right back here. Does anyone happen to have a copy of Flash Manager?
Bruce Lane, Owner & Head Hardware Heavy,
Blue Feather Technologies -- http://www.bluefeathertech.com
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