NuPRO-E320
Full-Sized PICMG 1.3 SHB
Intel® Q45/ICH10 Chipset
User’s Manual
Manual Rev.:
2.02
Revision Date:
August 28, 2009
Part No:
50-13063-1010
Advance Technologies; Automate the World.
Revision History
Revision
Release Date
Description of Change(s)
2.00
2009/05/07
Initial Release
2.01
2009/07/09
Correct COM1 Mode jumper settings
2.02
2009/08/28
Correct memory specification (max. 4GB);
LPT connector drawing; LAN, Floppy,
HDD LED pull-up, IDE, FAN1/2 pin definitions
NuPRO-E320
Preface
Copyright 2009 ADLINK Technology Inc.
This document contains proprietary information protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced by any mechanical, electronic, or other means in any form
without prior written permission of the manufacturer.
Disclaimer
The information in this document is subject to change without prior
notice in order to improve reliability, design, and function and does
not represent a commitment on the part of the manufacturer.
In no event will the manufacturer be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of the use or
inability to use the product or documentation, even if advised of
the possibility of such damages.
Environmental Responsibility
ADLINK is committed to fulfill its social responsibility to global
environmental preservation through compliance with the European Union's Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive and Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
directive. Environmental protection is a top priority for ADLINK.
We have enforced measures to ensure that our products, manufacturing processes, components, and raw materials have as little
impact on the environment as possible. When products are at their
end of life, our customers are encouraged to dispose of them in
accordance with the product disposal and/or recovery programs
prescribed by their nation or company.
Trademarks
Product names mentioned herein are used for identification purposes only and may be trademarks and/or registered trademarks
of their respective companies.
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Using this Manual
Audience and Scope
The NuPRO-E320 User’s Manual is intended for hardware
technicians and systems operators with knowledge of installing,
configuring and operating industrial grade single board computers.
Manual Organization
This manual is organized as follows:
Preface: Presents important copyright notifications, disclaimers,
trademarks, and associated information on the proper understanding and usage of this document and its associated product(s).
Chapter 1, Introduction: Introduces the NuPRO-E320, its features, applications, and specifications, including functional
descriptions and board layout.
Chapter 2, Hardware Information: Provides technical information on connectors and jumpers for configuring the NuPRO-E320.
Chapter 3, Getting Started: Illustrates how to install components
on the NuPRO-E320 such as CPU, heatsink, and memory modules.
Chapter 4, Driver Installation: Provides information on how to
install the NuPRO-E320 device drivers.
Chapter 5, BIOS Setup: Describes basic navigation for the
AMIBIOS®8 BIOS setup utility.
Appendix A, Watchdog Timer: Presents information on implementing the watchdog timer.
Appendix B, System Resources: Presents information on I/O
mapping, IRQ routing, and resource allocation.
Important Safety Instructions: Presents safety instructions all
users must follow for the proper setup, installation and usage of
equipment and/or software.
Getting Service: Contact information for ADLINK’s worldwide
offices.
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Conventions
Take note of the following conventions used throughout this
manual to make sure that users perform certain tasks and
instructions properly.
Additional information, aids, and tips that help users perform
tasks.
NOTE:
CAUTION:
WARNING:
Preface
Information to prevent minor physical injury, component damage, data loss, and/or program corruption when trying to complete a task.
Information to prevent serious physical injury, component
damage, data loss, and/or program corruption when trying to
complete a specific task.
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Table of Contents
Revision History...................................................................... ii
Preface .................................................................................... iii
List of Figures ........................................................................ xi
List of Tables........................................................................ xiii
1 Introduction ........................................................................ 1
1.1
Overview.............................................................................. 1
1.2
Features............................................................................... 1
1.3
Specifications....................................................................... 2
1.4
Power Consumption ............................................................ 4
1.5
Block Diagram ..................................................................... 7
1.6
Functional Description ......................................................... 8
1.7
Mechanical Drawing .......................................................... 11
1.8
I/O Connectivity ................................................................. 12
1.9
Package Contents ............................................................. 13
2 Hardware Information ...................................................... 15
2.1
Rear Panel I/O Ports.......................................................... 15
2.2
Board Layout ..................................................................... 18
2.3
Onboard Connectors ......................................................... 19
2.4
Jumpers ............................................................................. 26
3 Getting Started ................................................................. 27
3.1
Installing the CPU .............................................................. 27
3.2
Installing the CPU Fan and Heatsink................................. 31
3.3
Installing Memory Modules ................................................ 33
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4 Driver Installation.............................................................. 35
4.1
Intel® Q45 Express Chipset Driver .................................... 35
4.2
Display Driver..................................................................... 36
4.3
LAN Driver ......................................................................... 36
4.4
TPM Driver......................................................................... 36
4.5
Audio Driver ....................................................................... 37
5 BIOS Setup ........................................................................ 39
5.1
Starting the BIOS ............................................................... 39
5.2
Main Setup......................................................................... 43
5.3
Advanced BIOS Setup ....................................................... 44
5.3.1 CPU Configuration......................................................... 45
5.3.2 IDE Configuration .......................................................... 47
5.3.3 Super IO Configuration .................................................. 48
5.3.4 Hardware Health Configuration ..................................... 49
5.3.5 Remote Access Configuration ....................................... 52
5.3.6 USB Configuration ......................................................... 54
5.3.7 Trusted Computing ........................................................ 56
5.4
PCI/PnP Settings ............................................................... 57
5.4.1 IRQ/DMA ....................................................................... 57
5.5
Boot Settings ..................................................................... 58
5.5.1 Boot Settings Configuration ........................................... 58
5.5.2 Boot Device Priority ....................................................... 60
5.5.3 Boot Device Groups....................................................... 60
5.6
Security Setup.................................................................... 61
5.7
Chipset Setup .................................................................... 64
5.7.1 North Bridge Configuration ............................................ 65
5.7.2 South Bridge Configuration............................................ 67
5.7.3 Advanced Chipset Settings............................................ 68
5.8
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Exit Menu ........................................................................... 69
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A Appendix: Watchdog Timer.............................................. 71
A.1
Sample Code ..................................................................... 71
B Appendix: System Resources.......................................... 75
B.1
System Memory Map......................................................... 75
B.2
Direct Memory Access Channels....................................... 76
B.3
IO Map ............................................................................... 77
B.4
Interrupt Request (IRQ) Lines............................................ 79
Important Safety Instructions .............................................. 87
Getting Service...................................................................... 89
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List of Figures
Figure 1-1:
Figure 1-2:
Figure 2-1:
Figure 2-2:
NuPRO-E320 Block Diagram .......................................... 7
NuPRO-E320 Board Dimensions .................................. 11
Rear Panel I/O Ports...................................................... 15
Connectors and Jumpers............................................... 18
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List of Tables
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
1-1:
B-1:
B-2:
B-3:
B-4:
B-5:
B-6:
B-7:
List of Tables
NuPRO-E320 General Specifications.............................. 3
System Memory Map..................................................... 75
Direct Memory Access Channels................................... 76
IO Map ........................................................................... 78
IRQ Lines PIC Mode...................................................... 79
IRQ Lines APIC Mode ................................................... 81
PCI Configuration Space Map ....................................... 83
PCI Interrupt Routing Map ............................................. 85
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1
Introduction
1.1 Overview
The ADLINK NuPRO-E320 is a PICMG 1.3 System Host Board
(SHB) supporting the next-generation Intel® Core™2 Quad/Duo
and Intel® Celeron® processors in the LGA775 package to deliver
a high performance platform for a wide array of industrial
automation applications. The NuPRO-E320 supports 45nm
process CPUs at up to 3.00GHz and 1333 MHz Front Side Bus
(FSB). Dual channel DDR3 800/1066 MHz memory is supported
up to a maximum of 4GB in two DIMM slots.
These advanced features, coupled with PCI Express® x16 expansion capability, dual PCI Express®-based Gigabit Ethernet and
diverse I/O and storage make the NuPRO-E320 ideal for instrumentation and automation control applications.
1.2 Features
X
Supports Intel® Core™2 Quad/Duo and Celeron® processors in LGA775 package
X
PCI Express® x16 expansion capability via backplane
X
Dual 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet (NuPRO-E320LV supports
single GbE)
X
9x USB 2.0 ports (1x on bracket, 4x onboard, 4x on backplane)
X
4x SATA 3 Gb/s ports (2x onboard, 2x on backplane)
X
Watchdog Timer, Hardware Monitor
X
Optional HD audio kit (DB-Audio2 daughter board)
X
TPM hardware security chip (NuPRO-E320DV only)
X
RoHS compliant
To purchase the optional DB-Audio2 daughter board, please
contact your ADLINK sales representative.
NOTE:
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1.3 Specifications
System
CPU/Cache
• Intel® Core™2 Quad, Core™2 Duo, Celeron® in
LGA775 Socket
FSB
• 800/1066/1333 MHz
Chipset
• Intel® 82Q45 Graphics Memory Controller Hub
• Intel® ICH10 I/O Controller Hub
Memory
• Two 240-pin DIMM sockets support 800/1066MHz
DDR3 (up to 4GB)
BIOS
• AMI BIOS in 16-Mbit SPI Flash
Audio
• Intel® High Definition Audio support via DB-Audio2
daughter board
Watch Dog Timer
• 1-255 second or 1-255 minute programmable and
can generate system reset.
Hardware
Monitor
• CPU/System temperature, fan speed and onboard
DC voltage
TPM
• Infineon SLB 9635 TT 1.2 (NuPRO-E320DV only)
Operating
Systems
• Windows XP/Vista, Fedora 9
I/O Interfaces
IDE
• One-channel UDMA 33, ATA-66/100 support
• One 40-pin IDE connector (1 device only)
Serial ATA
• Two SATA ports, data rate up to 3 Gb/s
I/O Ports
• 1 USB 2.0 port on rear panel, 4x via onboard header,
4x via backplane
• 2 Serial ports (one RS-232, one
RS232/422/485/485+ via onboard pin-header)
• 2 Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 ports (2nd port optional)
• 1 VGA port (Dsub-15)
• PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse (Mini-DIN 6-pin)
• 1 Parallel port
• 1 Floppy port
PCIe/PCI
2
•
PCIe-x16, PCIe-x4 and PCI 32bit/33MHz via golden
fingers
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Display
• GMA 4500 integrated in Q45 GMCH
Processor
• VGA by Dsub-15 connector on rear panel, resolution
up to 2048 x 1536 @ 75 Hz
• Dual SDVO support via PEG x16
Graphics
Ethernet
• Dual Intel® 82574L (LV supports 1x LAN only)
• supports Preboot Execution Environment (PXE),
Wake-On-LAN (LAN1 only)
Controller
• Two RJ-45 Ethernet ports
(NuPRO-E320LV supports 1x LAN only)
Ports
Form Factor
Mechanical and Environment
• Standard full-size PICMG 1.3 SHB
Dimensions
• 338 x 122 mm (L x W)
Operating Temp.
• 0ºC to 60ºC
Storage Temp.
• -20ºC to 80ºC
Relative Humidity
• 5% to 90% non-condensing both operating and
non-operating
Safety
• CE, FCC Class A
Table 1-1: NuPRO-E320 General Specifications
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1.4 Power Consumption
Intel® Core™2 Quad Processor Q9400
Test Configuration
CPU
Intel® Core™2 Quad Processor Q9400 2.66 GHz
Memory
Kingston KVR1066D3N7/1G DDR3 1GB 2x
Graphics
Intel ® 82Q45 Graphics Memory controller
SATA Channel 1
Seagate ST3160815AS Barracuda 7200.10 160GB
Power Supply
MSI AL-B450E 450W
DOS (idle)
Power Req.
+5V
+12V
CPU +12V
+3.3V
Total
Current (A)
1.012
0.546
1.888
1.880
—
Watts (W)
5.060
6.546
22.656
6.204
40.466
Power Req.
+5V
Total
Current (A)
Watts (W)
Windows XP, Idle
+12V
CPU +12V
+3.3V
0.890
0.530
0.9455
1.852
—
4.45
6.358
11.346
6.112
28.265
Windows XP, KPower
Power Req.
+5V
+12V
CPU +12V
+3.3V
Total
Current (A)
0.950
0.558
5.934
1.905
—
Watts (W)
4.75
6.697
71.208
6.286
88.944
Power Req.
+5V
+12V
CPU +12V
+3.3V
Total
Current (A)
1.141
0.775
4.131
1.917
—
Watts (W)
5.705
9.300
49.572
6.326
70.903
Windows XP, BurnIn Test 5.3
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Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor E8400
Test Configuration
CPU
Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor E8400 3.00 GHz
Memory
Kingston KVR1066D3N7/1G DDR3 1GB 2x
Graphics
Intel ® 82Q45 Graphics Memory controller
SATA Channel 1
Seagate ST3160815AS Barracuda 7200.10 160GB
Power Supply
MSI AL-B450E 450W
DOS (idle)
Power Req.
+5V
+12V
CPU +12V
+3.3V
Total
Current (A)
0.999
0.557
2.794
1.894
—
Watts (W)
4.995
6.6804
33.528
6.250
51.453
CPU +12V
+3.3V
Total
Windows XP, Idle
Power Req.
+5V
+12V
Current (A)
0.881
0.526
1.012
1.867
—
Watts (W)
4.405
6.3072
12.144
6.161
29.017
Windows XP, KPower
Power Req.
+5V
+12V
CPU +12V
+3.3V
Total
Current (A)
0.906
0.573
4.880
1.870
—
Watts (W)
4.529
6.877
58.560
6.171
76.137
+3.3V
Total
Windows XP, BurnIn Test 5.3
Power Req.
+5V
+12V
Current (A)
1.120
0.745
3.820
1.881
—
Watts (W)
5.600
8.939
45.840
6.2073
66.586
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CPU +12V
5
Intel® Celeron® Processor 400 Sequence 440
Test Configuration
CPU
Intel® Celeron® Processor 400 Sequence 440 2GHz
Memory
Kingston KVR1066D3N7/1G DDR3 1GB 2x
Graphics
Intel ® 82Q45 Graphics Memory controller
SATA Channel 1
Seagate ST3160815AS Barracuda 7200.10 160GB
Power Supply
MSI AL-B450E 450W
DOS (idle)
Power Req.
+5V
+12V
CPU +12V
+3.3V
Total
Current (A)
0.914
0.485
1.608
1.893
—
Watts (W)
4.567
5.826
19.296
6.247
35.936
+3.3V
Total
Windows XP, Idle
Power Req.
+5V
+12V
CPU +12V
Current (A)
0.807
0.472
0.769
1.855
—
Watts (W)
4.036
5.660
9.227
6.121
25.045
Windows XP, KPower
Power Req.
+5V
+12V
CPU +12V
+3.3V
Total
Current (A)
0.849
0.482
1.960
1.870
—
Watts (W)
4.244
5.783
23.520
6.171
39.718
CPU +12V
+3.3V
Total
Windows XP, BurnIn Test 5.3
6
Power Req.
+5V
+12V
Current (A)
0.935
0.603
1.653
1.886
—
Watts (W)
4.675
7.240
19.836
6.224
37.974
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1.5 Block Diagram
CPU
Core™2 Quad/Duo
Celeron®
LGA775 package
800/1066/1333 MHz FSB
800/1066/1333 MHz
FSB
Northbridge
CRT
DDR Channel A
DIMM x2
Intel® Q45 GMCH
DB-15
DDR3 800/1066 MHz
PCI Express
x16
DDR Channel B
DMI
Interface
2 GB/s
Southbridge
PCIe x1
Intel 82574L
RJ-45
PCIe x1
Intel 82573L
RJ-45 (DV only)
PCIe
Controller
SATA
SATA ports x4
PCI Express x4
Intel® ICH10
JMicron JM20330
SATA to IDE Controller
(Onboard x2, Backplane x2)
USB 2.0
(Bracket x1, Onboard x4,
Backplane x4)
USB 2.0
LPC
SPI
HD
Codec
PCI
Controller
PCI Bus
PCI
32-bit/33MHz
TPM
(DV only)
Header for
DB-Audio2
KB/Mouse
LPT/FDD
RS-232
SPI BIOS
ITE IT8718
LPC Super I/O
Hardware
Monitor
RS-232/
422/485/
485+
Figure 1-1: NuPRO-E320 Block Diagram
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1.6 Functional Description
Processor Support
The NuPRO-E320 is a single processor design for the latest Intel
Yorkfield/Wolfdale/Conroe Processor family, starting from 1.8 GHz
core frequency up to 3.0 GHz. With one LGA775 socket, the CPU
connects with the Intel® Q45 MCH through the 800/1066/1333
MHz Front Side Bus (FSB).
Intel® Q45 + ICH10 Express chipset
The Intel® Q45 Express chipset provides the vital interfaces for
the SHB. The Intel® Q45 comes with purpose-built capabilities
designed specifically to address the key needs of the industrial
computing environment and delivers improved system performance and comes with the integrated Intel® Graphics Media
Accelerator 4500 engine for cost-effective system building. The
chipset also supports high-bandwidth interfaces including PCI
Express, Serial ATA, and USB 2.0, as well as dual-channel DDR3
system memory.
Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 4500
The Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500 revolutionizes
integrated graphics with new capabilities that provide significant
increase in graphics performance. With support for DirectX 10
hardware acceleration, Shader Model 4.0 and OpenGL 2.0, the
Intel GMA 4500 delivers excellent video and 3D graphics for a
cost-effective and high-performance graphics solution.
Dual-channel DDR3 memory
To meet the requirements of memory-intensive applications, the
NuPRO-E320 has a dual-channel memory architecture supporting
DDR3 800/1066 MHz DIMMs. The key advantages of DDR3 are
the higher bandwidth and the increase in performance at lower
power than DDR2. DDR3 memory technology meets the
requirements of the latest 3D graphics, multimedia, and network
application, and boosts system performance by eliminating
bottlenecks.
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Gigabit Ethernet
The NuPRO-E320 uses two Intel® 82574L Gigabit Ethernet controllers (NuPRO-E320LV supports 1x LAN only) connected to the
PCI-E x1 bus of the ICH10. Operation at data rates of 10/100/1000
Mbps, wake on LAN and PXE are supported.
Serial ATA II technology
Storage is efficient and secure with the Serial ATA interface. Utilizing the Intel® ICH10, the NUPRO-E320 supports up to four Serial
ATA devices capable of reading/writing data at up to 3 Gbps. The
SATA specification improves chassis airflow via thinner and more
flexible cables with lower pin count.
Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2.0
The NUPRO-E320 incorporates the Universal Serial Bus (USB)
2.0 specification that increases peripheral connection speed from
12 Mbps (USB 1.1) to 480 Mbps. USB 2.0 is backward compatible
with USB 1.1.
Hardware monitoring
A built-in, proactive hardware monitoring system in the ASIC monitors the CPU temperature, system fan rotations, and voltage levels to prevent overheating and/or component damage, effect
timely failure detection, and ensure stable supply of current for
critical components.
Watchdog Timer
The watchdog timer (WDT) monitors system operations based on
user-defined configurations. The WDT can be programmed for different time-out periods, such as from 1 to 255 seconds or from 1 to
255 minutes. The WDT generates a reset signal, then a reset
request, after failure to strobe it within the programmed time
period. A register bit may be enabled to indicate if the watchdog
timer caused the reset event. The WDT register is cleared during
the power-on sequence to enable the operating system to take
appropriate action when the watchdog generates a reboot.
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Trusted Platform Module
The NuPRO-E320 optionally supports TPM ver. 1.2 (Trusted Platform Module) for secure storage of keys, passwords and digital
certificates. Systems supporting TPM offer improved hardware-based security in numerous applications, such as file and
folder encryption, local password management, S-MIME e-mail,
VPN and PKI authentication and wireless authentication for
802.1x and LEAP.
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1.7 Mechanical Drawing
Dimensions in mm
Figure 1-2: NuPRO-E320 Board Dimensions
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1.8 I/O Connectivity
I/O
Bracket
Onboard
Golden
Finger
USB Rear Panel
1
—
—
VGA
Y
—
—
DB-15
Y
—
—
Act/Link/Speed
LEDs
GbE2 (RJ-45)
Y
(DV only)
—
—
Act/Link/Speed
LEDs
PS/2 KB/MS
Y
—
—
—
KB header
—
Y
—
—
USB headers
—
4
—
2.54 pitch
USB backplane
—
—
4
—
COM1/2
—
Y
—
2.54 pitch
Parallel port
—
Y
—
—
IDE
—
Y
—
—
Floppy port
—
Y
—
—
GbE1 (RJ-45)
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Remarks
SATA
—
2
2
—
PCIe x4
—
—
Y
—
PCIe x16
—
—
Y
—
PCI 32bit/33MHz
—
—
Y
—
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1.9 Package Contents
Before unpacking, check the shipping carton for any damage. If
the shipping carton and/or contents are damaged, inform your
dealer immediately. Retain the shipping carton and packing
materials for inspection. Obtain authorization from the dealer
before returning any product to ADLINK.
X
NuPRO-E320
X
PS/2 Y cable x1
X
SATA cable x2
X
SATA Power cable x1
X
IDE cable x1
X
Floppy cable x1
X
2-port USB cable with bracket x1
X
COM+Print cable with bracket x1
X
COM cable with bracket x1
X
ADLINK All-in-One Driver DVD
X
User’s manual
WARNING:
Introduction
The NuPRO-E320 must be protected from static discharge and
physical shock. Never remove any of the socketed parts except
at a static-free workstation. Use the anti-static bag shipped with
the product to handle the board. Wear a grounded wrist strap
when installing and/or servicing.
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2
Hardware Information
This chapter provides information on the NuPRO-E320 board layout, connector pin assignments, and jumper settings.
2.1 Rear Panel I/O Ports
2
1
3
5
4
Figure 2-1: Rear Panel I/O Ports
Connector
Description
1
PS/2 KB/MS port
Connects PS/2 mouse and keyboard via Y cable
2
Gigabit LAN1 port
Gigabit Ethernet connection
(RJ-45)
3
Gigabit LAN2 port Gigabit Ethernet connection
(RJ-45)
(not supported on NuPRO-E320LV)
4
VGA port
5
USB 2.0 port
DB-15 connector for CRT or LCD monitor
High-speed USB 2.0 port
PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse Port
Pin #
Signal
Function
1
KBDAT
Keyboard Data
2
MSDAT
Mouse Data
3
GND
Ground
4
KBMS5V
Power
5
KBCLK
Keyboard Clock
6
MSCLK
Mouse Clock
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LAN (RJ-45) Ports
LED1
LED2
8
1
Pin #
10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX
1000BASE-T
1
TX+
BI_DA+
2
TX-
BI_DA-
3
RX+
BI_DB+
4
--
BI_DC+
5
--
BI_DC-
6
RX-
BI_DB-
7
--
BI_DD+
8
--
BI_DD-
Refer to the table below for the LAN port LED definitions.
LED1
LED2
Status
Description
Status
Description
Off
No Link
Off
10 Mb connection
On
Linked
Green
100 Mb connection
Blinking
Data Activity
Amber
1 Gb connection
USB Connector
Pin # Signal Name
16
1
Vcc
2
Data-
3
Data+
4
GND
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VGA Port
Pin #
Hardware Information
Signal
1
Red
2
Green
3
Blue
4
NC
5
Ground
6
Ground
7
Ground
8
Ground
9
+5 V
10
Ground
11
NC
12
DDC DAT
13
HSYNC
14
VSYNC
15
DDC CLK
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2.2 Board Layout
The illustrations below show the locations of connectors, slots,
and jumpers on the NuPRO-E320.
1 2 3
4
5
8 9 10
6 7
16
17
11
13
14
15
19
18
12
Figure 2-2: Connectors and Jumpers
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
18
Connector
FAN1
CN4
CN1
DIMM1/2
FAN2
CN2
CN5
CN3
CN6
CN7
JP1-4
CN18
CN11
CN14
CN15
CN8
CN10
JP6
JBAT1
Description
CPU Fan connector
ATX 12V Power connector
System Panel pin header
DDR3 DIMM slots
System Fan connector
Parallel Port connector
IDE connector
Floppy connector
COM2 connector
COM1 connector
COM1 mode jumpers
Keyboard connector
Audio connector
USB 6, 7
USB 8, 9
SATA1
SATA2
Chassis Intrusion
Clear CMOS
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2.3 Onboard Connectors
System Panel Connector (CN1)
Connects to chassis-mounted buttons, speakers, and LEDs.
Pin #
1
11
10
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Hardware Information
Signal
Function
Pin Group
WDSPK
Speaker signal
NC
Chassis Speaker
NC
+5V
Power
NC
GND
Ground
Key Lock
KEYLOCK
Keyboard lock
PLED
Power LED signal
Power LED
NC
+5V
Power LED pull-up
GND
Ground
Reset Button
RESETBT
RESET signal
NC
GND
Ground
Power Button
POWERBT
Power-on signal
NC
NC
HDDLED Hard Disk LED signal
HDD LED
+3.3V
Hard Disk LED pull-up
NC
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Parallel Port Connector (CN2)
Pin #
1
20
2
Signal
Pin #
Signal
1
Line Printer Strobe
2
Auto-Feed
3
Parallel Data 0
4
Error
5
Parallel Data 1
6
Initialize
7
Parallel Data 2
8
Select
9
Parallel Data 3
10
Ground
11
Parallel Data 4
12
Ground
13
Parallel Data 5
14
Ground
15
Parallel Data 6
16
Ground
17
Parallel Data 7
18
Ground
19
Acknowledge
20
Ground
21
Busy
22
Ground
23
Paper Empty
24
Ground
25
Select
26
NC
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Floppy disk drive connector (CN3)
Pin #
Signal
Pin #
Signal
1
GND
2
Extended Density
3
GND
4
No Connect
5
NC
6
NC
7
GND
8
Index
9
GND
10
Motor A Select
11
GND
12
NC
13
GND
14
Drive A Select
15
GND
16
NC
17
GND
18
Step Direction
19
GND
20
Step Pulse
21
GND
22
Write Data
23
GND
24
Write Gate
25
GND
26
Track 0
27
GND
28
Write Protect
29
NC
30
Read Data
31
GND
32
FDD Head Select
33
NC
34
Disk Change
ATX 12V Power Connector (CN4)
Pin #
2
1
4
3
Hardware Information
Signal
1
GND
2
GND
3
+12V DC
4
+12V DC
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IDE Connector (CN5)
Pin #
Signal
Pin #
Signal
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
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Reset IDE
Host data 7
Host data 6
Host data 5
Host data 4
Host data 3
Host data 2
Host data 1
Host data 0
Ground
DRQ0 / DRQ1
Host IOW
Host IOR
IOCHRDY
DDACK-L
IRQ
Address 1
Address 0
Chip select 0
Activity
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
Ground
Host data 8
Host data 9
Host data 10
Host data 11
Host data 12
Host data 13
Host data 14
Host data 15
NC
IDE Detect
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
NC
NC
Address 2
Chip select 1
Ground
COM2/COM1 Connector (RS-232) (CN6/7)
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Pin #
RS-232 Signal
1
DCD
2
DSR
3
RXD
4
RTS
5
TXD
6
CTS
7
DTR
8
RI
9
GND
10
NC
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COM1 Connector (RS-422/485/485+) (CN7)
Pin #
RS-422/485+
RS-485
1
TXD-
Data-
2
NC
NC
3
TXD+
Data+
4
NC
NC
5
RXD+
NC
6
NC
NC
7
RXD-
NC
8
NC
NC
9
GND
GND
10
NC
NC
Note: See “COM1 Mode Jumper Settings (JP1-4)” on page 26.
Serial ATA Connectors (CN8/10)
1
7
Hardware Information
Pin #
Signal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
GND
TXP
TXN
GND
RXN
RXP
GND
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HD Audio Daughter Board Connector (CN11)
Pin #
Signal
1
GND
2
AUD_BCLK
3
GND
4
ICH_AUD_SDIN1
Function
Ground
Audio Clock
Ground
Audio Data Input
5
P5V
6
ICH_AUD_SDOUT
+ 5V
Audio Data Output
7
P5V_AUD
+ 5V
8
P3V3_DVDD
3.3V
9
AUD_SYNC
Audio Synchronous
10
AUD_RST-L
Audio Reset
This connector is designed for use with the ADLINK DB-Audio2
daughter board.
NOTE:
USB 2.0 Connectors (CN14/15)
Pin #
Signal
Pin #
Signal
1
+5V
2
+5V
3
USB0-
4
USB1-
5
USB0+
6
USB1+
7
GND
8
GND
9
Key
10
NC
External Keyboard Connector (CN18)
1
24
Pin #
Signal
Function
1
KBCLK
Keyboard clock
2
KBDATA
Keyboard data
3
NC
—
4
GND
Power
5
+5 V
Power
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CPU Fan Connector (FAN1)
Pin #
4
1
Signal
1
GND
2
Fan power (+12V)
3
Fan Tachometer
4
Fan Speed Control
System Fan Connector (FAN2)
Pin #
1
3
Signal
1
Fan Sense
2
Fan power (+12V)
3
GND
Chassis Intrusion Connector (JP6)
This header is connected to the chassis intrusion sensor to detect
if the case is opened.
Pin #
Hardware Information
Signal
1
CASEOPEN#
2
GND
25
2.4 Jumpers
Clear CMOS (JBAT1)
The CMOS RAM data contains the date / time and BIOS setting
information. CMOS is powered by the onboard button cell battery.
To erase the CMOS RAM data:
1. Power down and disconnect power from the system.
2. Short pins 2-3 on JP1.
3. Reconnect power and power up the system.
4. After power up, remove the jumper cap from pins 2-3
and reinstall it to pins 1-2.
RTC status
Connection
Normal
1–2
Clear CMOS
2–3
JBAT1
COM1 Mode Jumper Settings (JP1-4)
Short the jumper pins according to the following settings to set
COM1 to RS-232/422/485/485+ mode:
JP1
JP2
JP3
JP4
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RS-232
RS-422
RS-485
RS-485+
1-2
1-3, 2-4
1-3, 2-4
1-3, 2-4
3-4
3-5, 4-6
3-5, 4-6
1-3, 2-4
5-6
3-5, 4-6
3-5, 4-6
3-5, 4-6
5-6
3-5, 4-6
3-5, 4-6
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3
Getting Started
This chapter provides information on how to install components on
the NuPRO-E320 SHB.
3.1 Installing the CPU
The NuPRO-E320 supports a single Intel® Core™2 Quad/Duo,
Pentium® D, or Celeron® M processor via the surface mount
LGA775 socket (Socket T).
WARNING:
Disconnect all power supply to the board
before installing a CPU to prevent damaging
the board and CPU.
Do not touch socket contacts. Damaging the
contacts voids the product warranty. Follow
the installation instructions carefully to avoid
damaging to motherboard components.
To install the CPU:
1. Press the load lever (A), then disengage it from the
retention tab (B).
A
B
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2. Lift and rotate the load lever to a 135° angle
3. Lift the load plate to a 100° angle using your thumb and
forefinger
4. Use your thumb to push and remove the protective
socket cover (plastic) from the load plate
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5. Position the CPU over the socket, then match the
notches on the CPU side with the alignment keys on the
socket. The golden triangle on the CPU must be positioned on the bottom-left corner of the socket .
Notch
Golden triangle
Alignment
key
The CPU fits the socket in only one orientation. DO NOT force it
into the socket to avoid damaging it.
WARNING:
6. Carefully place the CPU on the socket in a vertical
motion. The socket has tabs that accommodate your fingers during installation .
Socket tab
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7. Close the load plate (A), then fasten the load lever on
the retention tab (B) .
A
B
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3.2 Installing the CPU Fan and Heatsink
CAUTION:
The CPU requires a chassis with an airflow inlet and maximum
internal ambient temperature of 60° C. A especially-designed
CPU fan and heatsink must be installed before using the SHB.
Failure to install a CPU fan and heatsink may damage the system host board and/or the CPU.
The following CPU fan and heatsink assemblies are recommended for use with the NuPRO-E320:
1U LGA 775 CPU Cooler
Dimensions:
• Heatsink: 92 x 87.6 x 28 mm
• Fan: 75 x 75 x 15 mm
Heatsink: Copper base + copper skived fin
Fan speed: 5500 RPM
Fan airflow: 10.48 CFM
Noise level: 51 dBA
Part number: 32-20065-0000
3U LGA 775 CPU Cooler
Dimensions:
• Heatsink: 100 x 100 x 70 mm
• Fan: 90 x 90 x 25 mm
Heatsink: Aluminum extrusion
Fan speed: 4500 RPM
Fan airflow: 57.7 CFM
Noise level: 47.5 dBA
Part number: 32-20058-0000 + 34-30381-0000
Copper-Core Cooler
Dimensions: 115 x 115 x 61.4 mm
Heatsink: Aluminum extrusion+copper core
Fan speed: 4500 RPM
Fan airflow: 76.9 CFM
Noise level: 49 dBA
Part number: 32-20086-0000
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When the CPU fan installation procedures presented here are
inconsistent with the installation procedures you obtained from the
CPU fan and heatsink package, follow the latter.
To install the CPU fan:
1. Apply thermal grease evenly on top of the installed CPU.
2. Lower the CPU fan to the CPU, then secure it using the
provided attachments or screws.
3. Connect the CPU fan cable to the CPU fan connector on
the SHB labeled FAN1 (see “Board Layout” on page 18).
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3.3 Installing Memory Modules
The NuPRO-E320 supports up to 4 GB of DDR3 800/1066 MHz
memory modules via four DDR3 DIMM sockets. A DDR3 module
has a 240-pin footprint compared to the legacy 184-pin DDR
DIMM. DDR3 modules are notched to facilitate correct installation
on the DIMM sockets.
WARNING:
Disconnect all power supply to the board before installing a
memory module to prevent damaging the board and memory module .
Memory Configuration Options
The NuPRO-E320 allows you to install 512 MB, 1GB and 2GB
unbuffered non-ECC DDR3 DIMMs into the DIMM sockets following these configuration options:
X
Channel A: DIMM1
Channel B: DIMM2
X
For dual-channel configuration, the total size of memory
module installed per channel must be the same
(DIMM1 = DIMM2).
X
It is recommended that you install DIMMs with the same
CAS latency. For maximum compatibility, install memory
modules with the same brand, model, and/or rating.
To install a memory module:
1. Locate the DIMM sockets on the motherboard.
2. Press the socket’s retaining clips outward to unlock.
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3. Align the memory module on the socket making sure
that the notch matches the break on the socket.
Notch
Break
4. Insert the module firmly into the slot until the retaining
clips snap back inwards and the module is securely
seated.
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4
Driver Installation
This chapter provides information on how to install the
NuPRO-E320 device drivers under Windows XP. The device
drivers are located in the following ADLINK All-in-One DVD
directories:
Chipset Driver
\NuPRO\NuPRO-E320\Chipset\
Display Driver
\NuPRO\NuPRO-E320\VGA\
LAN Driver
\NuPRO\NuPRO-E320\Ethernet\
TPM Driver
\NuPRO\NuPRO-E320\TPM\
Audio Driver
\Audio Daughter Board\DB-Audio2\
4.1 Intel® Q45 Express Chipset Driver
This section describes the installation of the Intel® Q45 Express
chipset driver.
1. Locate the directory
X:\NuPRO\NuPRO-E320\Chipset\ from the ADLINK
All-in-One DVD, select the operating system, then start
the installation by double-clicking infinst_autol.exe.
2. When the initial installation window appears, click Next
to display the license agreement. When prompted, click
Yes to continue.
3. Click Next on the Readme information screen to begin
installing the driver.
4. When installation is complete, click Finish. Restart the
system when prompted.
5. After restart, follow screen instructions to complete
installation. Windows displays a found new hardware
window and automatically installs the required drivers. If
the New Hardware Found dialog box appears and
prompts you to locate the location of the drivers, browse
to the relevant directory.
6. Restart the system when prompted.
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4.2 Display Driver
This section describes the installation of the Intel® Graphics
Media Accelerator (GMA) 3000 driver.
To install the display driver:
1. Locate the display driver from the directory
X:\NuPRO\NuPRO-E320\VGA\, unzip the appropriate
file for your operating system, and run Setup.exe to start
installation.
2. Follow the screen instructions to complete installation,
then restart the system if prompted.
4.3 LAN Driver
Follow these instructions to install the LAN driver.
1. Locate the LAN driver from the directory
X:\NuPRO\NuPRO-E320\Ethernet\, unzip the appropriate file for your operating system, and run the *.exe file
to start installation.
2. Follow the screen instructions to complete installation,
then restart the system if prompted.
4.4 TPM Driver
Follow these instructions to install the TPM driver.
1. Locate the TPM driver from the directory
X:\NuPRO\NuPRO-E320\TPM\ and run Setup.exe to
start installation.
2. Follow the screen instructions to complete installation,
then restart the system if prompted.
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4.5 Audio Driver
Follow these instructions to install the audio driver for the optional
DB-Audio2 daughter board.
NOTE:
Before installing the audio driver, check the BIOS settings to
make sure that audio is enabled: Chipset > South Bridge
Configurations > HDA Controller (see “South Bridge Configuration” on page 67).
1. Place the ADLINK All-in-One DVD to the optical drive.
2. Locate the audio driver from the directory
X:\Audio Daughter Board\DB-Audio2\, then double-click on the setup.exe file to start installation.
3. Follow the screen instructions to complete installation,
then restart the system if prompted.
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5
BIOS Setup
The following chapter describes basic navigation for the
AMIBIOS®8 BIOS setup utility.
5.1 Starting the BIOS
To enter the setup screen, follow these steps:
1. Power on the motherboard
2. Press the < Delete > key on your keyboard when you
see the following text prompt:
< Press DEL to run Setup >
3. After you press the < Delete > key, the main BIOS setup
menu displays. You can access the other setup screens
from the main BIOS setup menu, such as Chipset and
Power menus.
Note:
BIOS Setup
In most cases, the < Delete > key is used to invoke the setup
screen. There are several cases that use other keys, such as
< F1 >, < F2 >, and so on.
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Setup Menu
The main BIOS setup menu is the first screen that you can navigate. Each main BIOS setup menu option is described in this
user’s guide.
The Main BIOS setup menu screen has two main frames. The left
frame displays all the options that can be configured. “Grayed”
options cannot be configured, “Blue” options can be.
The right frame displays the key legend. Above the key legend is
an area reserved for a text message. When an option is selected
in the left frame, it is highlighted in white. Often a text message will
accompany it.
Navigation
The BIOS setup/utility uses a key-based navigation system called
hot keys. Most of the BIOS setup utility hot keys can be used at
any time during the setup navigation process.
These keys include < F1 >, < F10 >, < Enter >, < ESC >, < Arrow >
keys, and so on. .
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Note:
There is a hot key legend located in the right frame on most
setup screens.
The < F8 > key on your keyboard is the Fail-Safe key. It is not displayed on the key legend by default. To set the Fail-Safe settings
of the BIOS, press the < F8 > key on your keyboard. It is located
on the upper row of a standard 101 keyboard. The Fail-Safe settings allow the motherboard to boot up with the least amount of
options set. This can lessen the probability of conflicting settings.
Hotkey Descriptions
F1
The < F1 > key allows you to display the General Help
screen.
Press the < F1 > key to open the General Help screen.
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F10
The < F10 > key allows you to save any changes you have
made and exit Setup. Press the < F10 > key to save your
changes. The following screen will appear:
Press the < Enter > key to save the configuration and exit.
You can also use the < Arrow > key to select Cancel and
then press the < Enter > key to abort this function and return
to the previous screen.
ESC
The < Esc > key allows you to discard any changes you have
made and exit the Setup. Press the < Esc > key to exit the
setup without saving your changes. The following screen will
appear:
Press the < Enter > key to discard changes and exit. You can
also use the < Arrow > key to select Cancel and then press
the < Enter > key to abort this function and return to the previous screen.
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The < Enter > key allows you to display or change the setup
option listed for a particular setup item. The < Enter > key
can also allow you to display the setup sub-screens.
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5.2 Main Setup
When you first enter the Setup Utility, you will enter the Main setup
screen. You can always return to the Main setup screen by selecting the Main tab. There are two Main Setup options. They are
described in this section. The Main BIOS Setup screen is shown
below.
System Time/System Date
Use this option to change the system time and date. Highlight System Time or System Date using the < Arrow > keys. Enter new values using the keyboard. Press the < Tab > key or the < Arrow >
keys to move between fields. The date must be entered in MM/
DD/YY format. The time is entered in HH:MM:SS format.
Note:
BIOS Setup
The time is in 24-hour format. For example, 5:30 A.M. appears as 05:30:00, and 5:30 P.M. as 17:30:00.
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5.3 Advanced BIOS Setup
Select the Advanced tab from the setup screen to enter the
Advanced BIOS Setup screen. You can select any of the items in
the left frame of the screen, such as SuperIO Configuration, to go
to the sub menu for that item. You can display an Advanced BIOS
Setup option by highlighting it using the < Arrow > keys. The
Advanced BIOS Setup screen is shown below.
The sub menus are described on the following pages.
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5.3.1
CPU Configuration
You can use this screen to select options for the CPU Configuration Settings. Use the up and down < Arrow > keys to select an
item. Use the < + > and < - > keys to change the value of the
selected option. A description of the selected item appears on the
right side of the screen. The settings are described on the following pages. An example of the CPU Configuration screen is shown
below.
Max CPUID Value Limit
When the computer is booted up, the operating system executes the CPUID instruction to identify the processor and its
capabilities. Before it can do so, it must first query the processor to find out the highest input value CPUID recognized. This
determines the kind of basic information CPUID can provide
the operating system. This option allows you to circumvent
problems with older operating systems.
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When Enabled, the processor will limit the maximum CPUID
input value to 03h when queried, even if the processor supports a higher CPUID input value. When Disabled, the processor will return the actual maximum CPUID input value of the
processor when queried.
Core Multi-Processing
This item enables/disables multi-core processing functionality
for multi-core processors.
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5.3.2
IDE Configuration
You can use this screen to select options for the IDE Configuration
Settings. Use the up and down < Arrow > keys to select an item.
Use the < + > and < - > keys to change the value of the selected
option. A description of the selected item appears on the right side
of the screen. The settings are described on the following pages.
An example of the IDE Configuration screen is shown below.
IDE Master/Slave
Select one of the hard disk drives to configure it. Press
< Enter > to access its sub menu.
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5.3.3
Super IO Configuration
You can use this screen to select options for the Super IO settings.
Use the up and down < Arrow > keys to select an item. Use the <
+ > and < - > keys to change the value of the selected option. The
settings are described on the following pages. The screen is
shown below.
Serial Port1 Address
Select an address and a corresponding interrupt for Serial
Port1. Options: 3F8/IRQ4, 3E8/IRQ4, 2F8/IRQ3, 2E8/IRQ3.
Serial Port2 Address
This option specifies the base I/O port address and Interrupt
Request address of Serial Port2. The settings of Serial Port2
are the same as Serial Port1. However, the setting used by
Serial Port1 will not be available for Serial Port2. For example,
if Serial Port1 uses 3F8/IRQ4, the option, the 3F8/IRQ4 will not
appear in the options of Serial Port2.
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5.3.4
Hardware Health Configuration
This option displays the current status of all of the monitored hardware devices/components such as voltages and temperatures.
The options are Enabled and Disabled.
Three modes are provided for the CPU Fan (Fan1): Full On mode,
Automatic mode, and PWM Manually mode. Full On mode runs
the fan at full speed. Automatic mode is Smart Fan mode. PWM
Manually mode runs the fan at the set speed.
Full On mode
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Automatic mode
Temperature 1 Limit of OFF
When the temperature (°C) is higher than the set value, Fan1
will run at Start PWM speed. When the temperature is lower
than the set value, Fan1 will stop.
Temperature 1 Limit of Start
When the temperature (°C) is higher than the set value, Fan1
will increase its speed by Slope PWM 1 value.
Fan 1 Start PWM
Sets a value to control the fan speed between Limit of OFF and
Limit of Start. Minimum is 0 and Maximum is 127.
Slope PWM 1
The Slope PWM Value sets the rate of increase the fan speed
when the temperature is above Limit of Start.
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PWM Manually mode
Fan 1 PWM Control
Sets a value to control the fan speed. Minimum is 0 and Maximum is 127.
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5.3.5
Remote Access Configuration
Remote access configuration provides the settings to allow remote
access by another computer to get POST messages and send
commands through serial port access.
Remote Access
Select this option to Enable or Disable the BIOS remote access
feature.
Note: Enabling Remote Access requires a dedicated serial port connection. Once both serial ports are configured to disabled, you should
set this value to Disabled or it may cause abnormal boot.
Serial Port Number
Select the serial port you want to use for the remote access
interface. You can set the value for this option to COM1 or
COM2.
Note: If you have changed the resource assignment of the serial ports in
Advanced> SuperIO Configuration, you must Save Changes and
Exit, reboot the system, and enter the setup menu again in order to
see those changes reflected in the available Remote Access options.
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Serial Port Mode
Select the baud rate you want the serial port to use for console
redirection. The options are 115200 8,n,1; 57600 8,n,1;
19200 8,n,1; and 09600 8,n,1.
Flow Control
Set this option to select Flow Control for console redirection.
The settings for this value are None, Hardware, or Software.
Redirection After BIOS POST
This option allows you to set Redirection configuration after
BIOS POST. The settings for this value are Disabled, Boot
Loader, or Always.
X
Disabled: Set this value to turn off the redirection after
POST
X
Boot Loader: Set this value to allow the redirection to be
active during POST and Boot Loader.
X
Always: Set this value to allow the redirection to be always
active.
Terminal Type
This option is used to select either VT100/VT-UTF8 or ANSI
terminal type. The settings for this value are ANSI, VT100, or
VT-UTF8.
VT-UTF8 Combo Key Support
This option enables VT-UTF8 Combination Key Support for
ANSI/VT100 terminals. The settings for this value are Enabled
or Disabled.
Sredir Memory Display Delay
This option gives the delay in seconds to display memory information. The options for this value are No Delay, Delay 1 Sec,
Delay 2 Sec, or Delay 4 Sec.
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5.3.6
USB Configuration
You can use this screen to select options for the USB Configuration. Use the up and down < Arrow > keys to select an item. Use
the < + > and < - > keys to change the value of the selected
option. The settings are described on the following pages. The
screen is shown below.
Legacy USB Support
Legacy USB Support refers to USB mouse and keyboard support. Normally if this option is not enabled, any attached USB
mouse or USB keyboard will not become available until a USB
compatible operating system is fully booted with all USB drivers loaded. When this option is enabled, any attached USB
mouse or USB keyboard can control the system even when
there are no USB drivers loaded on the system. Set this value
to enable or disable the Legacy USB Support.
X
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Disabled: Set this value to prevent the use of any USB
device in DOS or during system boot.
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X
Enabled: Set this value to allow the use of USB devices
during boot and while using DOS.
X
Auto: This option auto detects USB Keyboards or Mice and
if found, allows them to be utilized during boot and while
using DOS.
USB Functions
Set this value to allow the system to Disable or select the number of onboard USB ports.
USB 2.0 Controller
Enables/disables USB 2.0 functionality to all USB ports. If USB
Function is set to Disabled, this option has no effect.
USB 2.0 Controller Mode
The USB 2.0 Controller Mode configures the data rate of the
USB port. The options are FullSpeed (12 Mbps) and HiSpeed
(480 Mbps).
USB Mass Storage Device Configuration
This is a submenu for configuring the USB Mass Storage Class
Devices when BIOS finds they are in use on USB ports. Emulation Type can be set according to the type of attached USB
mass storage device(s). If set to Auto, USB devices less than
530MB will be emulated as Floppy and those greater than
530MB will remain as hard drive. The Forced FDD option can
be used to force a hard disk type drive (such as a Zip drive) to
boot as FDD.
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5.3.7
Trusted Computing
Trusted computing is an industry standard to make personal computers more secure through a dedicated hardware chip, called a
Trusted Platform Module (TPM). This option enables or disables
the TPM support.
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5.4 PCI/PnP Settings
Select the PCI/PnP tab from the setup screen to enter the Plug
and Play BIOS Setup screen. You can display a Plug and Play
BIOS Setup option by highlighting it using the < Arrow > keys. The
Plug and Play BIOS Setup screen is shown below.
5.4.1
IRQ/DMA
Set this value to allow the IRQ settings to be modified. Available –
This setting allows the specified IRQ/DMA to be used by a PCI/
PnP device. Reserved – This setting allows the specified IRQ/
DMA to be used by a legacy ISA device.
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5.5 Boot Settings
Select the Boot tab from the setup screen to enter the Boot BIOS
Setup screen. You can select any of the items in the left frame of
the screen, such as Boot Device Priority, to go to the sub menu for
that item. You can display a Boot BIOS Setup option by highlighting it using the < Arrow > keys. The Boot Settings screen is shown
below:
5.5.1
Boot Settings Configuration
Use this screen to select options for the Boot Settings Configuration. Use the up and down <Arrow> keys to select an item. Use the
<Plus> and <Minus> keys to change the value of the selected
option. The settings are described on the following pages. The
screen is shown below.
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Quick Boot
Enabling this setting will cause the BIOS power-on self test
routine to skip some of its tests during bootup for faster system
boot.
Quiet Boot
When this feature is enabled, the BIOS will display the fullscreen logo during the boot-up sequence, hiding normal POST
messages.
When it is disabled, the BIOS will display the normal POST
messages, instead of the full-screen logo.
Bootup Num-Lock
This setting is to set the Num Lock status when the system is
powered on. Setting to [On] will turn on the Num Lock key
when the system is powered on. Setting to [Off] will allow users
to use the arrow keys on the numeric keypad.
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5.5.2
Boot Device Priority
The items allow you to set the sequence of boot devices where
BIOS attempts to load the disk operating system. First press
<Enter> to enter the sub-menu. Then you may use the arrow
keys to select the desired device, then press <+>, <-> or
<PageUp>, <PageDown> key to move it up/down in the priority
list.
5.5.3
Boot Device Groups
The Boot devices are listed in groups by device type. First
press <Enter> to enter the sub-menu. Then you may use the
arrow keys to select the desired device, then press <+>, <-> or
<PageUp>, <PageDown> key to move it up/down in the priority
list. Only the first device in each device group will be available
for selection in the Boot Device Priority option.
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5.6 Security Setup
Password Support
Two Levels of Password Protection
Provides both a Supervisor and a User password. If you use
both passwords, the Supervisor password must be set first.
The system can be configured so that all users must enter a
password every time the system boots or when Setup is executed, using either or either the Supervisor password or User
password.
The Supervisor and User passwords activate two different levels of password security. If you select password support, you
are prompted for a one to six character password. Type the
password on the keyboard. The password does not appear on
the screen when typed. Make sure you write it down. If you forget it, you must drain NVRAM and re-configure.
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Remember the Password
Keep a record of the new password when the password is
changed. If you forget the password, you must erase the system configuration information in NVRAM.
To access the sub menu for the following items, select the item
and press < Enter >:
X
Change Supervisor Password
X
Change User Password
X
Clear User Password
Supervisor Password
Indicates whether a supervisor password has been set.
User Password
Indicates whether a user password has been set.
Change Supervisor Password
Select this option and press < Enter > to access the sub menu.
You can use the sub menu to change the supervisor password.
Change User Password
Select this option and press < Enter > to access the sub menu.
You can use the sub menu to change the user password.
Clear User Password
Select this option and press < Enter > to access the sub menu.
You can use the sub menu to clear the user password.
Change Supervisor Password
Select Change Supervisor Password from the Security Setup
menu and press < Enter >.
Enter New Password:
Type the password and press < Enter >. The screen does not display the characters entered. Retype the password as prompted
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and press < Enter >. If the password confirmation is incorrect, an
error message appears. The password is stored in NVRAM after
completes.
Change User Password
Select Change User Password from the Security Setup menu and
press < Enter >.
Enter New Password:
Type the password and press < Enter >. The screen does not display the characters entered. Retype the password as prompted
and press < Enter >. If the password confirmation is incorrect, an
error message appears. The password is stored in NVRAM after
completes.
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5.7 Chipset Setup
Select the Chipset tab from the setup screen to enter the Chipset
BIOS Setup screen. You can select any of the items in the left
frame of the screen to go to the sub menu for that item. The
Chipset BIOS Setup screen is shown below.
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5.7.1
North Bridge Configuration
You can use this screen to select options for the North Bridge Configuration. Use the up and down < Arrow > keys to select an item.
Use the < Plus > and < Minus > keys to change the value of the
selected option.
Initiate Graphic Adapter
Select which graphics controller to use as the primary boot
device.
IGD: Chipset built-in graphics only.
PCI/IGD: detect PCI graphics first, then chipset built-in graphics. (PCI includes PCI slot and PCI Express x1/x4 slot, PCI will
be first)
PCI/PEG: detect PCI graphics first, then PCI Express x16
graphics.
PEG/IGD: detect PCI Express x16 graphics first, then chipset
built-in graphics.
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PEG/PCI: detect PCI Express x16 graphics first, then PCI
graphics, then chipset built-in graphics.
DVMT Mode Select
Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT) allows dynamic
allocation of system memory resource for the integrated VGA
controller depending on system demand at the time.
Fixed: When set to fixed, the graphics driver will reserve a
fixed portion of the system memory as graphics memory.
DVMT: When set to DVMT, the graphics chip will dynamically
allocate system as graphics memory as graphics memory.
Both: When set to Both, a minimum amount of memory is allocated and the system is allowed to dynamically allocated more
memory resources when necessary.
DVMT/FIXED Memory
Only two choices 128MB or 256MB memory can be assigned
as either absolute assignment (FIXED mode) or maximum
assignment in DVMT mode.
PEG Port Configuration
This field is found in motherboards that have a build-in graphics
processor as well as a PCI Express port. It allows you to select
whether to use the onboard graphics processor or the PCI
Express card.
Disabled: The motherboard boots up using the onboard graphics processor.
Auto: The BIOS checks to see if a PCI Express graphics card
is installed. If it detects that a PCI Express graphics card is
present, the motherboard boots up using that card. Otherwise,
it defaults to the onboard graphics processor.
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5.7.2
South Bridge Configuration
You can use this screen to select options for the South Bridge
Configuration. Use the up and down <Arrow> keys to select an
item. Use the <Plus> and <Minus> keys to change the value of the
selected option.
HDA Controller
Set this value to Enable/Disable the HDA Controller.
Restore on AC Power Loss
Determines which state the computer enters when AC power is
restored after a power loss. The options for this value are Last
State, Power On and Power Off.
X
Power Off: Set this value to always power off the system
while AC power is restored.
X
Power On: Set this value to always power on the system
while AC power is restored.
X
Last State: Set this value to power off/on the system
depending on the last system power state while AC power
is restored.
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5.7.3
Advanced Chipset Settings
You can use this screen to select options for Chipset Configuration. Use the up and down < Arrow > keys to select an item. Use
the < Plus > and < Minus > keys to change the value of the
selected option.
Onboard LAN BIOS Init
Enable the onboard LAN’s PXE ROM to enable boot from LAN.
The options are Enabled and Disabled.
Resume On PME#
This option specifies if the PME#. event will generate a system
wake event. The sub-options are Enabled and Disabled.
Power Button Mode
This option specifies the effect when the power button pressed
(On, Off, or Suspend).
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X
On/Off: System goes into power down mode when power button pressed.
X
Suspend: System goes into suspend mode when power button pressed.
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5.8 Exit Menu
Select the Exit tab from the setup screen to enter the Exit BIOS
Setup screen. You can display an Exit BIOS Setup option by highlighting it using the < Arrow > keys. The Exit BIOS Setup screen is
shown below.
Save Changes and Exit
When you have completed the system configuration changes,
select this option to leave Setup and reboot the computer so the
new system configuration parameters can take effect.
Save Configuration Changes and Exit Now?
[Ok] [Cancel]
appears in the window. Select Ok to save changes and exit.
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Discard Changes and Exit
Select this option to quit Setup without making any permanent
changes to the system configuration.
Discard Changes and Exit Setup Now?
[Ok] [Cancel]
appears in the window. Select Ok to discard changes and exit.
Discard Changes
Select Discard Changes from the Exit menu and press < Enter >.
Select Ok to discard changes.
Load Optimal Defaults
Automatically sets all Setup options to a complete set of default
settings when you select this option. The Optimal settings are
designed for maximum system performance, but may not work
best for all computer applications. In particular, do not use the
Optimal Setup options if your computer is experiencing system
configuration problems.
Select Load Optimal Defaults from the Exit menu and press
< Enter >.
Select Ok to load optimal defaults.
Load Failsafe Defaults
Automatically sets all Setup options to a complete set of default
settings when you select this option. The Failsafe settings are
designed for maximum system stability, but not maximum performance. Select the FailSafe Setup options if your computer is
experiencing system configuration problems.
Select Load Fail-Safe Defaults from the Exit menu and press
< Enter >.
Load FailSafe Defaults?
[Ok] [Cancel]
appears in the window. Select Ok to load FailSafe defaults.
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Appendix A - Watchdog Timer
A sample program for configuring the NuPRO-E320’s watchdog
timer is included on the ADLINK All-in-One DVD in the following
directory: \NuPRO\NuPRO-E320\WDT.
A.1 Sample Code
#include<stdlib.h>
#include<stdio.h>
#include<string.h>
#include<dos.h>
void WDTRUN(int config_port,int count_value);
void Enter_IT8718_Config(int config_port);
void Exit_IT8718_Config(int config_port);
void main(int argc,char *argv[])
{
int number,DevID1,DevID2,chipflag=0;
int ioport = 0x2E;//Default config_port = 0x2E
if((argc==1) || ((argc == 3) && (*argv[2] != '4') &&
(*argv[3] != 'E')) || (argc>3))
{
printf("ADLINK Watchdog Timer Utility of NuPRO935A \n\n");
printf(" Usage: ITE8718 value [4E]\n");
printf("
value: 1 to 15300 second.\n");
printf("
Write 0 will disable watchdog
timer.\n\n");
printf("
4E - change IO port to 0x4E.
Default is 0x2E.\n");
exit(1);
}
else
{
// User selected io port.
if(argc==3) { ioport=0x4E;
printf("IOPORT Usage:0x4E \n");
}
//Detect ITE8718F.
Enter_IT8718_Config(ioport);
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//Get Chip ID Byte 1 = 0x87, Gip ID Byte 2 =
0x18
outportb(ioport, 0x20);
DevID1 = inportb(ioport+1);
outportb(ioport, 0x21);
DevID2 = inportb(ioport+1);
if((DevID1 == 0x87) && (DevID2 == 0x18))
chipflag = 1;
if(chipflag == 0)
{
printf("ADLINK Watchdog Timer Utility of
NuPRO-935A, FOR ADLINK INTERNAL USE.\n\n");
printf("Can't find any ITE IT8718F on
system!\n");
Exit_IT8718_Config(ioport);
exit(1);
}
else
{
printf("ADLINK Watchdog Timer Utility of
NuPRO-935A, FOR ADLINK INTERNAL USE.\n\n");
number=atoi(argv[1]);
WDTRUN(ioport,number);
Exit_IT8718_Config(ioport);
}
}
}
void Enter_IT8718_Config(int config_port)
{
switch(config_port)
{
case 0x2E:
//Address port = 0x2E, enter keys = 0x87,
0x01, 0x55, 0x55
outportb(0x2E, 0x87);
outportb(0x2E, 0x01);
outportb(0x2E, 0x55);
outportb(0x2E, 0x55);
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break;
case 0x4E:
//Address port
0x01, 0x55, 0xAA
outportb(0x2E,
outportb(0x2E,
outportb(0x2E,
outportb(0x2E,
break;
default:
break;
}
= 0x4E, enter keys = 0x87,
0x87);
0x01);
0x55);
0xAA);
}
void Exit_IT8718_Config(int config_port)
{
outportb(config_port, 0x02);
outportb(config_port+1, 0x02);
}
void WDTRUN(int config_port,int count_value)
{
int temp;
int counter;
//Select WDT device
outportb(config_port, 0x07);
outportb(config_port+1, 0x07);//device 7
//Set second/minute mode
outportb(config_port, 0x72);
temp = inportb(config_port+1);
if(count_value == 0)
{
counter = count_value;
printf("WDT is Disabled.");
outportb(config_port+1, temp);//WDT output
through PWROK2 default is Disabled.
}// end of (count_value == 0)
else if(count_value <= 60){
temp = temp | 0x80;//chip's default is minute.
counter = count_value;
printf("WDT timeout in %d seconds.",counter);
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//
temp = temp | 0x40;//enable WDT output through
KBRST
temp = temp | 0x10;//enable WDT output through
PWROK2 (pulse)
outportb(config_port+1, temp);
} // end of (count_value<=60)
else if(((count_value>60) && (count_value<=15300))
|| (count_value > 15300))
{
//Count the timeout value
if(count_value > 15300)
count_value = 15300;
counter = count_value/60;
if((count_value%60)>30)
counter=counter+1;
printf("WDT timeout in %d minutes.",counter);
//
temp = temp | 0x40;//enable WDT output through
KBRST
temp = temp | 0x10;//enable WDT output through
PWROK2 (pulse)
outportb(config_port+1, temp);
} // end of (count_value>60)
//reset WDT by KB, MS interrupt
outportb(config_port, 0x71);
temp = inportb(config_port + 1);
temp = temp | 0x60;//Bit 6 = KB interrupt, Bit 5 =
MS interrupt
//
outportb(config_port+1, temp);
//Write count value
outportb(config_port, 0x73);
outportb(config_port+1, counter);
//
//
//
} // end of WDTRUN
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Appendix B System Resources
B.1 System Memory Map
Address Range Address Range
(decimal)
(hex)
Size
Description
(4GB-2MB)
FFE00000 –
FFFFFFFF
2 MB
High BIOS Area
(4GB-18MB) –
(4GB-17MB-1)
FEE00000 –
FEEFFFFF
1 MB
FSB Interrupt Memory Space
(4GB-20MB) –
(4GB-19MB-1)
FEC00000 –
FECFFFFF
1 MB
APIC Configuration Space
15MB – 16MB
F00000 –
FFFFFF
1 MB
ISA Hole
960 K – 1024 K
F0000 – FFFFF
64 KB System BIOS Area
896 K – 960 K
E0000 – EFFFF
64 KB Extended System BIOS Area
768 K – 896 K
PCI expansion ROM area
C0000 – C7FFF: Onboard VGA BIOS
CB800 – CC7FFF: Intel 82566DM
PXE option ROM when onboard LAN
C0000 – DFFFF 128 KB
boot ROM is enabled.
CC800 – CD7FFF: Marvell 88E805
option ROM when onboard LAN boot
ROM is enabled.
640 K – 768 K
A0000 – BFFFF 128 KB Video Buffer & SMM space
0 K – 640 K
00000 – 9FFFF
640 KB DOS Area
Table B-1: System Memory Map
Note: The entire D0000H segment except PXE occupied area can be
forwarded to ISA bus.
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B.2 Direct Memory Access Channels
Channel Number
Data Width
System Resource
0
8-bits
Parallel port(1)
1
8-bits
Parallel port(1)
2
8-bits
Diskette drive(1)
3
8-bits
Parallel port(1)
4
Reserved - cascade channel
5
16-bits
Open
6
16-bits
Open
7
16-bits
Open
Table B-2: Direct Memory Access Channels
Note (1): DMA channel 0/1/3 is selected when using parallel port.
Floppy and parallel port cannot be used at the same time.
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B.3 IO Map
Hex Range
000-01F
Device
DMA controller 1, 8237A-5 equivalent
020-02D and 030-03F Interrupt controller 1, 8259 equivalent
02E-02F
LPC SIO (ITE8718) configuration index/data registers
040-05F
Timer, 8254-2 equivalent
060, 062, 064, 066,
068-06F
8742 equivalent (keyboard)
061, 063, 065, 067
NMI control and status
070-07F
Real Time Clock Controller( bit 7 -NMI mask)
080-091
DMA page register
092
93-9F
Reset (Bit 0)/ Fast Gate A20 (Bit 1)
DMA page registers continued
0A0-0B1 and 0B4-0BF Interrupt controller 2, 8259 equivalent
0B2 and 0B3
APM control and status port respectively
0C0-0DF
DMA controller 2, 8237A-5 equivalent
0E0-0EF
Available
0F0
Co-processor error register
0F1
N/A
0F2-0F3
0F4
0F5-0F7
0F8
0F9-0FB
0FC
N/A
IDE ID port
N/A
IDE Index port
N/A
IDE Data port
0FD-0FF
N/A
100-179
Available
180-181
Default AIM4 SRAM control register (May be
remapped)
182-1EF
Available
1F0-1F7
Primary IDE Controller (AT Drive)
1FB-22F
Available
230 -277
Available
278-27F
Parallel Port 2
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Hex Range
Device
280-2F7
Available
2F8-2FF
Serial Port 2
300-36F
Available
370-377
Alt. Floppy Disk Controller
378-37F
Parallel Port 1
380-3AF
Available
3B0-3BB and 3BF
Mono/VGA mode video
3BC-3BE
Reserved for parallel port
3C0-3DF
VGA registers
3E0-3EF
Available
3F0-3F7
Primary Floppy disk controller
3F8-3FF
Serial port 1
4D0
Master PIC Edge/Level Trigger register
4D1
Slave PIC Edge/Level Trigger register
CF8-CFB
CF9
CFC-CFF
400
PCI configuration address register (32 bit I/O only)
Reset Control register (8 bit I/O)
PCI configuration data register
Smbus base address for SB.
480
GPIO Base Address for SB
800
PM (ACPI) Base Address for SB
860
0A00~0AFF
Alias for ICH TCO base address.
Reserved for SIO functions base address (eg. PME,
GPIO, etc)
200-23Fh
Reserved for ISA.
240-25Fh
Reserved for ISA.
280-28Fh
Reserved for ISA.
2A0-2DFh
Reserved for ISA.
300-33Fh
Reserved for ISA.
380-39Fh
Reserved for ISA.
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B.4 Interrupt Request (IRQ) Lines
IRQ Lines PIC Mode
IRQ#
Typical Interrupt
Resource
Connected to Pin
Available
0
Counter 0
N/A
No
1
Keyboard controller
N/A
No
2
Cascade interrupt from
N/A
slave PIC
No
3
Serial Port 2 (COM2) /
PCI / ISA
IRQ3 via SERIRQ, IRQ3
at ISA bus
Note (1)
4
Serial Port 1 (COM1) /
PCI / ISA
IRQ4 via SERIRQ, IRQ4
at ISA bus
Note (1)
5
Parallel Port 2 (LPT2) / IRQ5 via SERIRQ, IRQ5
PCI / ISA
at ISA bus
Note (1)
6
Floppy Drive Controller IRQ6 via SERIRQ
7
Parallel Port 1 (LPT1) / IRQ7 via SERIRQ, IRQ7
PCI / ISA
at ISA bus
8
Real-time clock
9
Microsoft
N/A
ACPI-compliant system
10
PCI / ISA
IRQ10 via SERIRQ,
IRQ10 at ISA bus
Note (1)
11
PCI / ISA
IRQ11 via SERIRQ,
IRQ11 at ISA bus
Note (1)
12
PS/2 Mouse / PCI / ISA
IRQ12 via SERIRQ,
IRQ12 at ISA bus
Note (1)
13
Math Processor
N/A
14
Primary IDE controller / IRQ14 via SERIRQ,
PCI / ISA
IRQ14 at ISA bus
Note (1)
15
Secondary IDE
controller / PCI / ISA
Note (1)
N/A
IRQ15 via SERIRQ,
IRQ15 at ISA bus
No
Note (1)
No
Note (1)
No
Table B-4: IRQ Lines PIC Mode
Note (1): These IRQs can be used for PCI devices when onboard
device is disabled. If IRQ is from ISA, user must reserve IRQ for ISA in
BIOS setup menu.
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IRQ Lines APIC Mode
IRQ#
80
Typical Interrupt
Resource
Connected to Pin
Available
0
Counter 0
N/A
No
1
Keyboard controller
N/A
No
2
Cascade interrupt from
N/A
slave PIC
No
3
Serial Port 2 (COM2) /
PCI / ISA
IRQ3 via SERIRQ, IRQ3 at
ISA bus
Note (1)
4
Serial Port 1 (COM1) /
PCI / ISA
IRQ4 via SERIRQ, IRQ4 at
ISA bus
Note (1)
5
Parallel Port 2 (LPT2) / IRQ5 via SERIRQ, IRQ5 at
PCI / ISA
ISA bus
Note (1)
6
Floppy Drive Controller IRQ6 via SERIRQ
7
Parallel Port 1 (LPT1) / IRQ7 via SERIRQ, IRQ7 at
PCI / ISA
ISA bus
8
Real-time clock
N/A
9
SCI / PCI
IRQ9 via SERIRQ, IRQ9 at
ISA bus
10
PCI / ISA
IRQ10 via SERIRQ, IRQ10 at
ISA bus
Note (1)
11
PCI / ISA
IRQ11 via SERIRQ, IRQ11 at
ISA bus
Note (1)
12
PS/2 Mouse / PCI / ISA
IRQ12 via SERIRQ, IRQ12 at
ISA bus
Note (1)
13
Math Processor
N/A
No
14
Primary IDE controller / IRQ14 via SERIRQ, IRQ14 at
PCI / ISA
ISA bus
Note (1)
15
Secondary IDE
controller / PCI / ISA
IRQ15 via SERIRQ, IRQ15 at
ISA bus
Note (1)
16
N/A
PCI Slot 1/2/3/4, PCIE Port
0/1/2/3/4/5, UHCI Controller
4/6, P.E.G Root Port, I.G.D
Yes
17
N/A
PCI Slot 1/2/3/4, PCIE Port
0/1/2/3/4/5, P.E.G Root Port
Yes
No
Note (1)
No
Note (1), (2)
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IRQ#
Typical Interrupt
Resource
Connected to Pin
Available
N/A
PCI Slot 1/2/3/4, PCIE Port
0/1/2/3/4/5, UHCI Controller 3,
P.E.G Root Port, SATA Host
controller, SMBus Controller,
Thermal Controller, EHCI
Controller #2
Yes
19
N/A
PCI Slot 1/2/3/4, PCIE Port
0/1/2/3/4/5, UHCI Controller
2/7, P.E.G Root Port, SATA
Host controller, SATA Host
controller#1,
Yes
20
N/A
ICH9 internal GBE controller
No
18
21
N/A
UHCI Controller 5
No
22
N/A
ICH9 HDA
No
23
N/A
UHCI Controller 1, EHCI
Controller 1
No
Table B-5: IRQ Lines APIC Mode
Note (1): These IRQs can be used for PCI devices when onboard
device is disabled. If IRQ is from ISA, user must reserve IRQ for ISA in
BIOS setup menu.
Note (2): BIOS does not open IRQ 9 setting for ISA bus.
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PCI Configuration Space Map
Bus #
Device #
Function #
Routing
00h
00h
00h
N/A
00h
01h
00h
Internal
02h
00h
0FFh
N/A
Description
Intel Q45 GMCH Host-Hub
Interface Bridge
P.E.G. Root Port
P.E.G. Port
00h
06h
00h
Internal
03h
00h
0FFh
N/A
P.E.G.#1 Root Port
00h
02h
00h
Internal
Intel Integrated Graphics Device
00h
02h
01h
Internal
Intel Integrated Graphics Device
(Function 1)
00h
03h
00h
Internal
HECI Host #1
00h
03h
01h
Internal
HECI Host #2
00h
03h
02h
Internal
IDER Controller
00h
03h
03h
Internal
KT Controller
00h
16h
00h
Internal
VE AHCI Controller
00h
19h
00h
Internal
GbE Controller
00h
1Ah
00h
Internal
Intel USB UHCI Controller 4
00h
1Ah
01h
Internal
Intel USB UHCI Controller 5
00h
1Ah
02h
Internal
Intel USB UHCI Controller 7
00h
1Ah
07h
Internal
Intel USB EHCI Controller 2
00h
1Bh
00h
Internal
High Definition Audio controller
00h
1Ch
00h
Internal
Intel ICH Express Root port 0
00h
1Ch
01h
Internal
Intel ICH Express Root port 1
00h
1Ch
02h
Internal
Intel ICH Express Root port 2
00h
1Ch
03h
Internal
Intel ICH Express Root port 3
00h
1Ch
04h
Internal
Intel ICH Express Root port 4
P.E.G.#1 Port
00h
1Ch
05h
Internal
Intel ICH Express Root port 5
00h
1Dh
00h
Internal
Intel USB UHCI Controller 1
00h
1Dh
01h
Internal
Intel USB UHCI Controller 2
00h
1Dh
02h
Internal
Intel USB UHCI Controller 3
00h
1Dh
03h
Internal
Intel USB UHCI Controller 6
00h
1Dh
07h
Internal
Intel USB EHCI Controller 1
00h
1Eh
00h
N/A
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Intel Hub Interface to PCI Bridge
System Resources
NuPRO-E320
Bus #
Device #
Function #
Routing
Description
00h
1Fh
00h
N/A
00h
1Fh
02h
Internal
SATA Host Controller
00h
1Fh
03h
Internal
Intel SMBus Controller
00h
1Fh
05h
Internal
Intel Host SATA controller1
00h
1Fh
06h
Internal
Thermal Controller
01h
09h
0FFh
external
PCI slot 7
01h
0Ah
0FFh
external
PCI slot 6
01h
0Bh
0FFh
external
PCI slot 5
01h
0Ch
0FFh
external
PCI slot 4
01h
0Dh
0FFh
external
PCI slot 3
01h
0Eh
0FFh
external
PCI slot 2
01h
0Fh
0FFh
external
PCI slot 1
04h
00h
0FFh
Internal
PCIE Port #0
05h
00h
0FFh
Internal
PCIE Port #1
06h
00h
0FFh
Internal
PCIE Port #2
07h
00h
0FFh
Internal
PCIE Port #3
08h
00h
0FFh
Internal
PCIE Port #4, 82574L
09h
00h
0FFh
Internal
PCIE Port #5, 82574L
Intel LPC Interface Bridge
Table B-6: PCI Configuration Space Map
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PCI Interrupt Routing Map
INT Line
Int0
Int1
Int2
Int3
P.E.G Root Port
INTA:16
INTB:17
INTC:18
INTD:19
P.E.G.#1 Root Port
INTA:16
INTB:17
INTC:18
INTD:19
VGA
INTE20
HECI Host #1
INTA:16
HECI Host #2
INTA:16
IDER Controller
INTC:18
KT Controller
SATA Host Controller
INTB:17
INTC:18
INTD:19
SMBUS controller
INTC:18
SATA Host Controller1
INTD:19
Thermal Controller
UHCI Controller #1
INTC:18
INTH:23
UHCI Controller #2
INTD:19
UHCI Controller #3
INTC:18
UHCI Controller #6
UHCI Controller #4
INTA:16
INTA:16
UHCI Controller #5
INTF:21
UHCI Controller #7
EHCI Controller #1
INTD:19
INTH:23
EHCI Controller #2
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INTC:18
HDA Controller
INTG:22
GbE Controller
INTE:20
PCIE port 0
INTA:16
INTB:17
INTC:18
PCIE port 1
INTB:17
INTC:18
INTD:19
INTA:16
PCIE port 2
INTC:18
INTD:19
INTA:16
INTB:17
PCIE port 3
INTD:19
INTA:16
INTB:17
INTC:18
PCIE port 4
INTA:16
INTB:17
INTC:18
INTD:19
INTD:19
INTA:16
INTD:19
PCIE port 5
INTB:17
INTC:18
VE AHCI Controller
INTC:18
INTD:19
Slot 1
INTF:21
INTG:22
INTH:23
INTE:20
Slot 2
INTG:22
INTH:23
INTE:20
INTF:21
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INT Line
Int0
Int1
Int2
Int3
Slot 3
INTH:23
Slot 4
INTE:20
INTE:20
INTF:21
INTG:22
INTF:21
INTG:22
INTH:23
Slot 5
Slot 6
INTF:21
INTG:22
INTH:23
INTE:20
INTG:22
INTH:23
INTE:20
INTF:21
Slot 7
INTH:23
INTE:20
INTF:21
INTG:22
Table B-7: PCI Interrupt Routing Map
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Important Safety Instructions
For user safety, please read and follow all instructions,
WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, and NOTES marked in this manual
and on the associated equipment before handling/operating the
equipment.
X
Read these safety instructions carefully.
X
Keep this user’s manual for future reference.
X
Read the specifications section of this manual for detailed
information on the operating environment of this equipment.
X
When installing/mounting or uninstalling/removing
equipment:
Z
X
Turn off power and unplug any power cords/cables.
To avoid electrical shock and/or damage to equipment:
Z
Keep equipment away from water or liquid sources;
Z
Keep equipment away from high heat or high humidity;
Z
Keep equipment properly ventilated (do not block or
cover ventilation openings);
Z
Make sure to use recommended voltage and power
source settings;
Z
Always install and operate equipment near an easily
accessible electrical socket-outlet;
Z
Secure the power cord (do not place any object on/over
the power cord);
Z
Only install/attach and operate equipment on stable
surfaces and/or recommended mountings; and,
Z
If the equipment will not be used for long periods of time,
turn off and unplug the equipment from its power source.
Important Safety Instructions
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X
Never attempt to fix the equipment. Equipment should only
be serviced by qualified personnel.
A Lithium-type battery may be provided for uninterrupted, backup
or emergency power.
WARNING:
X
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Risk of explosion if battery is replaced with one of an incorrect
type. Dispose of used batteries appropriately.
Equipment must be serviced by authorized technicians
when:
Z
The power cord or plug is damaged;
Z
Liquid has penetrated the equipment;
Z
It has been exposed to high humidity/moisture;
Z
It is not functioning or does not function according to the
user’s manual;
Z
It has been dropped and/or damaged; and/or,
Z
It has an obvious sign of breakage.
Important Safety Instructions
NuPRO-E320
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