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Upgrade Help for Ditek CT20

Upgrade Help for Ditek CT20

Upgrade Help for Ditek CT20

My boss just purchased a used Diversified Technologies CT20 voice mail server.  Here are the specs.

-2 375 watt externally accessible, hot swap power supplies
-14 ISA slots
-4 PCI slots
-8 externally accessible drive bays (5 have trays and rails)
-1 233Mhz Pentium processor with 128MB RAM

It has the main board upon which voice cards and SCSI cards go in the slots.
It also has a double slot where a "motherboard" plugs in.  This is where the memory resides, the IDE slots, the plugs to the front panel lights, etc.  I am looking to upgrade the memory and the processor, but the "motherboard" will not handle the amount of memor we need.  Does anyone know where I can get a new board?

When you have spent all day trying to work through a problem, it is best to take a step back, reevaluate the problem, then work on the next project and never let the old one show its ugly face again!!

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