Here are some notes on my work restoring and working with an old IBM PC/AT 5170.
U117 on the rev 3 board is a 32 byte PROM used to decode a few IO addresses, including the RTC and keyboard controller.
I dumped it using minipro and some wires to hook it up as if it was a 2716 EPROM.
So, only look at the first 32 bytes to see what the PROM contents really should be!
This is a small program one can use to both talk over serial and receive files. It unfortunately doesn’t configure hardware flow control (and I’m not sure if one can do it using MODE.COM under DOS, I’ll investigate that later.)
Although it’s useful to have around, it’s unfortunately not suitable to transfer files onto a floppy disk. The time it takes to write to the floppy disk means the default 16450 UART and driver will end up dropping received bytes.
This is apparently an MDA card with an optional character ROM.
The jumpers are: