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PCA-6180- B
Full-size socket 370 Intel®
Tualatin / Pentium® III / Celeron™
processor based PCI/ISA-bus
CPU card
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Part No. 2006618012
Printed in Taiwan
4th. Edition
July 2002
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PCA-6180 Rev. A Series comparison table
Model
PCA-6180E-00A1 PCA-6180E2-00A1 PCA-6180ES-00A1 PCA-6180F-00A1
CPU: Intel® Pentium® III /
Celeron™ socket 370
V
V
V
V
System chipset: Intel® 815E
V
V
V
V
BIOS: Aw ard P&P BIOS
V
V
V
V
Max. system RAM: 512MB
V
V
V
V
ISA High Drive
V
V
V
V
4 USB Ports
4
4
4
4
2 EIDE connectors
V
V
V
V
2 serial, 1 parallel ports
V
V
V
V
Chipset integrated VGA
(AGP)
V
V
V
V
DUAL
SINGLE
LAN: 10/100Base-T
Ethernet
SCSI: 32-bit PCI Ultra 160
SC SI
(Adaptec AIC-7892 chipset)
SINGLE
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V
DUAL
V
PCA-6180 Rev. B Series comparison table
Model
PCA-6180E-00B1 PCA-6180E2-00B1 PCA-6180ES-00B1 PCA-6180F-00B1
CPU: Intel® Tualatin / Pentium® III
/ Celeron™ socket 370
V
V
V
V
System chipset: Intel® 815E (B)
V
V
V
V
BIOS: Award P&P BIOS
V
V
V
V
Max. system RAM: 512MB
V
V
V
V
ISA High Drive
V
V
V
V
4 USB Ports
4
4
4
4
2 EIDE connectors
V
V
V
V
2 serial, 1 parallel ports
V
V
V
V
Chipset integrated VGA
(AGP)
V
V
V
V
DUAL
SINGLE
LAN: 10/100Base-T Ethernet
SCSI: 32-bit PCI Ultra 160 SCSI
(Adaptec AIC-7892 chipset)
SINGLE
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V
DUAL
V
Product warranty
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years from the date of purchase.
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hardware and software used, etc.) Note anything abnormal and list
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Initial Inspection
Before you begin installing your card, please make sure that the
following materials have been shipped:
• 1 PCA-6180-B socket 370 Tualatin / Pentium®III / Celeron™processorbased single board computer
• 1 PCA-6180B Startup Manual
• 1 CD with driver utility and manual (in PDF format)
• 2 SCSI driver disks (optional)
• 1 FDD cable
• 2 Ultra ATA 100 HDD cables, P/N: 1701400452
• 1 printer (parallel port) cable & COM port cable kit, P/N: 1700060305
• 1 ATX-to-PS/2 power cable, P/N: 1700000450
• 1 ivory cable for PS/2 keyboard and PS/2 mouse, P/N: 1700060202
• 1 single-slot bracket, P/N: 1962159010
• 1 USB cable adapter (optional), P/N: 1700100170
If any of these items are missing or damaged, contact your distributor
or sales representative immediately.
We have carefully inspected the PCA-6180-B mechanically and
electrically before shipment. It should be free of marks and scratches
and in perfect working order upon receipt.
As you unpack the PCA-6180-B, check it for signs of shipping
damage. (For example, damaged box, scratches, dents, etc.) If it is
damaged or it fails to meet the specifications, notify our service
department or your local sales representative immediately. Also notify
the carrier. Retain the shipping carton and packing material for inspection by the carrier. After inspection, we will make arrangements to
repair or replace the unit.
Contents
Chapter 1 Hardware Configuration ............................... 1
1.1 Introduction .......................................................................... 2
1.2 Features ................................................................................. 3
1.3 Specifications ........................................................................ 5
1.3.1 System ......................................................................... 5
1.3.2 Memory ....................................................................... 5
1.3.3 Input/Output ................................................................ 5
1.3.4 VGA interface ............................................................. 6
1.3.5 SCSI interface ............................................................. 6
1.3.6 Ethernet LAN ............................................................. 6
1.3.7 Industrial features ........................................................ 6
1.3.8 Mechanical and environmental specifications ............. 6
1.4 Board Layout: Main Features ........................................... 8
1.5 Jumpers and Connectors .................................................... 9
1.6 Location of Jumpers and Connectors ............................. 12
1.7 Safety Precautions .............................................................. 13
1.8 Jumper Settings ................................................................. 14
1.8.1 How to set the jumpers ............................................. 14
1.8.2 CMOS clear (J1) ....................................................... 14
1.8.3 Watchdog timer output (J2) ....................................... 14
1.9 System Memory ................................................................. 16
1.9.1 Sample calculation: DIMM memory capacity ........... 16
1.9.2 Supplementary information about DIMMs ................ 17
1.10 Memory Installation Procedures .................................. 18
1.11 Cache Memory ................................................................. 18
1.12 CPU Installation ............................................................... 19
Chapter 2 Connecting Peripherals ............................. 21
2.1 Introduction ........................................................................ 22
2.2 Primary (CN1) and Secondary (CN2) IDE Connectors 22
2.3 Floppy Drive Connector (CN3) ....................................... 23
2.4 Parallel Port (CN4) ............................................................ 23
2.5 SCSI Connector (CN5) ..................................................... 24
2.6 USB Ports (CN31 and CN32) ........................................... 25
2.7 VGA Connector (CN7) ...................................................... 25
2.8 10/100Base-T Ethernet Connectors (CN8 and CN34) 26
2.9 Serial Ports (CN9: COM1; CN10: COM2) ................... 26
2.10 PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse Connectors (CN11 and
CN33) ......................................................................................... 28
2.11 External Keyboard Connector (CN12) ......................... 28
2.12 Infrared (IR) Connector (CN13) ................................... 29
2.13 CPU Fan Connector (CN14) .......................................... 29
2.14 Front Panel Connectors (CN16, CN17, CN18, CN19,
CN21 and CN22) ...................................................................... 30
2.14.1 Keyboard lock and power LED (CN16) ................. 30
2.14.2 External speaker (CN17) ........................................ 30
2.14.3 Reset (CN18) .......................................................... 30
2.14.4 HDD LED (CN19) ................................................. 31
2.14.5 ATX soft power switch (CN21) .............................. 31
2.15 ATX Power Control Connectors (CN20 and CN21) .. 31
2.15.1 ATX feature connector (CN20) and soft power
switch connector (CN21) ................................................... 31
2.15.2 Controlling the soft power switch ............................ 32
2.16 SM Bus Connector (CN23) ............................................ 32
Chapter 3 Award BIOS Setup ...................................... 33
3.1 Introduction ........................................................................ 34
3.2 Entering Setup .................................................................... 34
3.3 Standard CMOS Setup ...................................................... 35
3.3.1 CMOS RAM backup ................................................ 35
3.4 Advanced BIOS Features ................................................. 36
3.4.1 Virus Warning ............................................................ 36
3.4.2 CPU Internal Cache / External Cache ...................... 36
3.4.3 CPU L2 Cache ECC Checking ................................ 37
3.4.4 Quick Power On Self Test ........................................ 37
3.4.5 First/Second/Third/Other Boot Device ...................... 37
3.4.6 Swap Floppy Drive .................................................... 37
3.4.7 Boot UP Floppy Seek ................................................ 37
3.4.8 Boot Up NumLock .................................................... 37
3.4.9 Gate A20 Option ....................................................... 38
3.4.10 Typematic Rate Setting ........................................... 38
3.4.11 Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec) ................................... 38
3.4.12 Typematic Delay (msec) ......................................... 38
3.4.13 Security Option ........................................................ 38
3.4.14 OS Select for DRAM > 64MB ............................... 39
3.4.15 Report No FDD For Win 95 .................................... 39
3.5 Advanced Chipset Features ............................................. 39
3.5.1 SDRAM CAS Latency Time .................................... 40
3.5.2 SDRAM Cycle Time Tras/Trc .................................. 40
3.5.3 SDRAM RAS-to-CAS Delay ................................... 40
3.5.4 SDRAM RAS Precharge Time ................................ 40
3.5.5 System BIOS Cacheable........................................... 41
3.5.6 Video Bios Cacheable ............................................... 41
3.5.7 Memory Hole At 15M-16M ...................................... 41
3.5.8 CPU Latency Timer .................................................. 41
3.5.9 Delayed Transaction .................................................. 41
3.5.10 AGP Graphics Aperture Size (MB) ........................ 41
3.5.11 On-Chip Video Window Size ................................... 42
3.6 Integrated Peripherals ...................................................... 42
3.6.1 On-Chip Primary/Secondary PCI IDE ...................... 42
3.6.2 IDE Primary Master/Slave PIO/UDMA Mode, IDE
Secondary Master/Slave PIO/UDMA Mode (Auto) ......... 42
3.6.3 USB Controller .......................................................... 43
3.6.4 USB Keyboard Support ............................................ 43
3.6.5 Init Display First ........................................................ 43
3.6.6 IDE HDD Block Mode ............................................. 43
3.6.7 Onboard FDC Controller ........................................... 43
3.6.8 Onboard Serial Port 1 (3F8H/IRQ4) ......................... 43
3.6.9 Onboard Serial Port 2 (2F8H/IRQ3) ......................... 43
3.6.10 UART Mode Select................................................. 44
3.6.11 RxD, TxD Active .................................................... 44
3.6.12 IR Transmission Delay ............................................ 44
3.6.13 UR2 Duplex Mode .................................................. 44
3.6.14 Use IR Pins ............................................................. 45
3.6.15 Onboard Parallel Port (378H/IRQ7) ....................... 45
3.6.16 Parallel Port Mode (ECP + EPP) ........................... 45
3.6.17 EPP Mode Select .................................................... 45
3.6.18 ECP Mode Use DMA ............................................ 45
3.7 Power Management Setup ............................................... 46
3.7.1 Power Management .................................................. 46
3.7.2 HDD Power Down ................................................... 46
3.7.3 Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN .......................................... 46
3.7.4 PowerOn By LAN .................................................... 47
3.7.5 PowerOn By Modem ................................................ 47
3.7.6 PowerOn By Alarm .................................................. 47
3.7.8 CPU Thermal-Throttling ........................................... 47
3.8 PnP/PCI Configurations .................................................... 47
3.8.1 Resources controlled by: ........................................... 47
3.8.2 PnP OS Installed ....................................................... 47
3.8.3 Reset Configuration Data .......................................... 48
3.8.4 PCI/VGA Palette Snoop ........................................... 48
3.9 PC Health Status ................................................................ 48
3.9.1 CPU Warning Temperature ...................................... 48
3.9.2 Current System Temp. .............................................. 48
3.9.3 Current CPU Temperature ........................................ 49
3.9.4 Current CPUFAN Speed .......................................... 49
3.9.5 +5V/+12V/-12V/-5V ................................................. 49
3.9.6 Shutdown Temperature ............................................. 49
3.10 Load Setup Defaults ........................................................ 50
3.11 Password Setting .............................................................. 50
3.12 Save & Exit Setup ........................................................... 51
3.13 Exit Without Saving ......................................................... 51
Chapter 4 Chipset Software Installation (CSI) Utility . 53
4.1 Before You Begin ............................................................... 54
4.2 Introduction ........................................................................ 54
4.3 Installing the CSI Utility ................................................... 56
Chapter 5 AGP SVGA Setup ........................................ 59
5.1 Introduction ........................................................................ 60
5.2 Installation .......................................................................... 60
Chapter 6 LAN Configuration ...................................... 65
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
Introduction ........................................................................ 66
Features ............................................................................... 66
Installation .......................................................................... 67
Windows 95/98/2000 Drivers Setup Procedure ............ 68
Windows NT Drivers Setup Procedure .......................... 75
Windows 98SE/ME Drivers Setup Procedure .............. 78
Windows NT Wake-on-LAN Setup Procedure .............. 85
Chapter 7 Ultra ATA 100 Storage Driver Setup ........... 87
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Introduction ........................................................................ 88
Features ............................................................................... 88
Installation .......................................................................... 89
Displaying Driver Information ......................................... 93
Chapter 8 Onboard Security Setup ............................. 95
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
Introduction ........................................................................ 96
Installation .......................................................................... 96
Windows 9X Drivers Setup Procedure ........................... 97
Windows NT Drivers Setup Procedure .......................... 99
Using the OBS Hardware Doctor Utility ...................... 103
Chapter 9 SCSI Setup and Configurations .............. 105
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
Introduction ...................................................................... 106
Understanding SCSI ........................................................ 106
SCSI IDs ............................................................................ 107
Terminating the SCSI Bus .............................................. 108
Configuring the SCSI Interface with SCSISelect ........ 109
Starting SCSISelect ......................................................... 110
Using SCSISelect Settings ..............................................111
Using SCSI Disk Utilities ............................................... 116
Appendix A Programming the Watchdog Timer ...... 117
A.1 Programming the Watchdog Timer .............................. 118
A.1.1 Watchdog timer overview ...................................... 118
A.1.2 Reset/ Interrupt selection ....................................... 118
A1.3 Programming the Watchdog Timer.......................... 118
A.1.4 Example Program ................................................... 121
Appendix B Pin Assignments ................................... 127
B.1 IDE Hard Drive Connector (CN1, CN2) ..................... 128
B.2 Floppy Drive Connector (CN3) .................................... 129
B.3 Parallel Port Connector (CN4) ...................................... 130
B.4 SCSI Connector (CN5) ................................................... 131
B.5 USB Connector (CN6) ................................................... 132
B.6 VGA Connector (CN7) ................................................... 132
B.7 Ethernet 10/100Base-T RJ-45 Connector
(CN8, CN34) ........................................................................... 133
B.8 COM1/COM2 RS-232 Serial Port (CN9, CN10) ....... 133
B.9 Keyboard and Mouse Connnector (CN11) ................. 134
B.10 External Keyboard Connector (CN12) ..................... 134
B.11 IR Connector (CN13) ................................................... 135
B.12 CPU Fan Power Connector (CN14) ........................... 135
B.13 Power LED and Keylock Connector (CN16) ........... 136
B.14 External Speaker Connector (CN17) ........................ 136
B.15 Reset Connector (CN18) ............................................. 137
B.16 HDD LED Connector (CN19) .................................... 137
B.17 ATX Feature Connector (CN20) ................................ 137
B.18 ATX Soft Power Switch (CN21) .................................. 138
B.19 H/W Monitor Alarm (CN22) ....................................... 138
B.20 SM Bus Connector (CN23) ......................................... 138
B.21 Extension I/O Board Connector (CN27) .................. 139
B.22 Extension I/O Board Connector (CN28) .................. 139
B.23 PS/2 Mouse Connector (CN33) .................................. 140
B.24 System I/O Ports ........................................................... 141
B.25 DMA Channel Assignments ....................................... 142
B.26 Interrupt Assignments ................................................. 142
B.27 1st MB Memory Map .................................................. 143
B.28 PCI Bus Map ................................................................. 143
Appendix C Security Driver Installation Guide ......... 145
C.1 Security Driver ................................................................ 146
C.2 Software Installation ....................................................... 147
C.2.1 Interactive Mode Installation .................................. 147
C.2.2 Silent Mode Installation .......................................... 148
C.3 VERIFYING INSTALLATION OF THE
SOFTWARE ............................................................................ 151
C.4 IDENTIFYING THE SOFTWARE VERSION
NUMBER ................................................................................ 154
C.5 UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE ........................... 157
C.6 TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................. 157
Tables
Table 1-1: Jumpers ........................................................................................................... 9
Table 1-2: Connectors .................................................................................................... 10
Table 1-3: CMOS clear (J1) ............................................................................................ 14
Table 1-4: Watchdog timer output (J2) ........................................................................... 15
Table 1-5: DIMM module allocation table ......................................................................... 16
Table 1-6: DIMM memory capacity sample calculation .................................................. 16
Table 2-1: Serial port connections (COM1, COM2) ........................................................ 27
Table 2-2: PS/2 or ATX power supply LED status ......................................................... 30
Table A-1: Watchdog timer registers ........................................................................... 110
Table B-1: IDE hard drive connector (CN1, CN2) ......................................................... 118
Table B-2: Floppy drive connector (CN3) .................................................................... 119
Table B-3: Parallel port connector (CN4) ..................................................................... 120
Table B-4: SCSI connector (CN5) ................................................................................. 121
Table B-5: USB1/USB2 connector (CN6) ..................................................................... 122
Table B-6: VGA connector (CN7) ................................................................................ 122
Table B-7: Ethernet 10/100Base-T RJ-45 connector (CN8, CN34) ............................. 123
Table B-8: COM1/COM2 RS-232 serial port (CN9, CN10) ............................................ 123
Table B-9: Keyboard and mouse connector (CN11) .................................................... 124
Table B-10: External keyboard connector (CN12) ....................................................... 124
Table B-11: IR connector (CN13) .................................................................................. 125
Table B-12: CPU fan power connector (CN14) ........................................................... 125
Table B-13: Power LED and keylock connector (CN16) ............................................. 126
Table B-14: External speaker (CN17) .......................................................................... 126
Table B-15: Reset connector (CN18) ........................................................................... 127
Table B-16: HDD LED connector (CN19) ...................................................................... 127
Table B-17: ATX feature connector (CN20) ................................................................ 127
Table B-18: ATX soft power switch (CN21) ............................................................... 128
Table B-19: H/W monitor alarm (CN22) ........................................................................ 128
Table B-20: ATX soft power switch (CN21) ............................................................... 128
Table B-21: Extension I/O board connector (CN27) .................................................... 129
Table B-22: Extension I/O board connector (CN28) .................................................... 129
Table B-23: PS/2 mouse connector (CN33) ................................................................. 130
Table B-24: System I/O ports ....................................................................................... 131
Table B-25: DMA channel assignments ....................................................................... 132
Table B-26: Interrupt assignments ............................................................................... 132
Table B-27: 1st MB memory map .................................................................................. 133
Figures
Figure 1-1: Board layout: main features ........................................................................ 8
Figure 1-2: Rear plate .................................................................................................... 9
Figure 1-3: Location of jumpers and connecters .......................................................... 12
Figure 3-1: Awards BIOS setup initial screen ............................................................. 34
Figure 3-2: Standard CMOS features screen ............................................................... 35
Figure 3-3: Awards BIOS features screen (1) .............................................................. 36
Figure 3-4: Awards BIOS features screen (2) .............................................................. 39
Figure 3-5: Advanced chipset features screen ............................................................. 40
Figure 3-6: Integrated peripherals (1) .......................................................................... 42
Figure 3-7: Integrated peripherals (2) .......................................................................... 44
Figure 3-8: Power management setup screen ............................................................... 46
Figure 3-9: PnP/PCI configurations screen .................................................................. 48
Figure 3-10: PC health status screen ........................................................................... 49
CHAPTER
1
Hardware Configuration
This chapter gives background information on the PCA-6180. It then shows you
how to configure the card to match your
application and prepare it for installation
into your PC.
Sections include:
• Introduction
• Features
• Specifications
• Board Layout
• Jumpers and Connectors
• Location of Jumpers and Connectors
• Safety Precautions
• Jumper Settings
• System Memory
• Memory Installation Procedures
• Cache Memory
• CPU Installation
1.1
Introduction
The PCA-6180 Series all-in-one industrial grade CPU card uses
Intel®'s highly acclaimed Pentium® III / Celeron® processor, together
with the Intel® 815E chipset. The card works with standard ISA- or
PCI/ISA-bus passive backplanes.
The CPU provides 256/128 KB on-CPU L2 cache, eliminating the
need for external SRAM chips. It has two PCI EIDE interfaces (for
up to four devices) and a floppy disk drive interface (for up to two
devices). Other features include two RS-232 serial ports (16C550
UARTs with 16-byte FIFO or compatible), one enhanced parallel port
(supports SPP/EPP/ECP) and four USB (Universal Serial Bus) ports.
The PCI enhanced IDE controller supports Ultra ATA/100/66/33 and
PIO Mode 4 operation. This provides data transfer rates of 100/66/
33 MB/sec. System BIOS supports boot-up from an IDE HDD/CDROM, SCSI HDD/CD-ROM, LS-120, ZIP-100, FDD, and LAN.
A backup of CMOS data is stored in the Flash memory, which
protects data even after a battery failure. Also included is a 255-level
watchdog timer, which resets the CPU or generates an interrupt if a
program cannot be executed normally. This enables reliable operation in unattended environments.
The PCA-6180 Series offers several impressive industrial features
such as a chipset integrated VGA (AGP) controller, a PCI Ultra 160
SCSI controller, dual 10/100Base-T networking controllers, three
DIMM slots for a total of 512 MB SDRAM memory, and an ISA
High Drive. All these make it an ideal choice for applications that
require both high performance and full functionality.
Note:
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Some of the features mentioned above are not
available with all models. For more information about
the specifications of a particular model, see
Section 1.3: Specifications.
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1.2
Features
1. Fan status monitoring and alarm: To prevent system overheating
and damage, the CPU fan can be monitored for speed and failure.
The fan is set for its normal RPM range and alarm thresholds.
2. Temperature monitoring and alert: To prevent system overheating
and damage, the CPU card supports processor thermal sensing and
auto-protection.
3. Voltage monitoring and alert: System voltage levels are monitored
to ensure stable current flows to critical components. Voltage
specifications will become even more critical for processors of the
future. Thus monitoring will become ever more necessary to ensure
proper system configuration and management.
4. ATX soft power switch: Through the BIOS, the power button can
be defined as the "Standby" (aka "Suspend" or "Sleep") button or
as the "Soft-Off" button (see Section 3.6.6 Soft-off by PWR-BTN).
Regardless of the setting, pushing the power button for more than
4 seconds will enter the Soft-Off mode.
5. Power-on by modem (requires modem): This allows a computer
to be turned on remotely through an internal or external modem.
Users can thus access information on their computers from
anywhere in the world.
6. Remote wake-up: This feature (aka "Wake-on-LAN") allows you
to remotely power up your system through your network by
sending a wake-up frame or signal. With this feature, you can
remotely upload/download data to/from systems during off-peak
hours.
7. Message LED: Chassis LEDs now act as information providers.
The way a particular LED illuminates indicates the stage the
computer is in. A single glimpse provides useful information to the
user.
8. Jumperless mode: When enabled, this allows changes of
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processor settings and Vcore voltages all through the BIOS setup.
9. CMOS RAM backup: When BIOS CMOS setup has been
completed, data in the CMOS RAM is automatically backed up to
the Flash ROM. This is particularly useful in industrial environments which may cause soft errors. Upon such an error, BIOS will
check the data and automatically restore the original data for
rebooting.
10.More:
• Additional metal bracket for CPU stabilization
• Power on by alarm: Powers up your computer at a certain
time
• Virus warning: During and after system boot-up, any attempt
to write to the boot sector or partition table of the hard disk
drive will halt the system. In this case, a warning message will
be displayed. You can then run your anti-virus program to
locate the problem.
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1.3
Specifications
1.3.1 System
• CPU: Intel Pentium® III processor up to 933 MHz, Celeron® up to
733 MHz, FSB 66/100/133 MHz.
• Firmware hub: Provides security enhancements on computer
platforms by supporting Random Number Generator (RNG).
• BIOS: Award Flash BIOS.
• System Chipset: Intel® 815E.
• PCI enhanced IDE hard disk drive interface: Supports up to four
IDE (AT-bus) large hard disk drives or other enhanced IDE
devices. Supports PIO mode 4 (16.67 MB/s data transfer rate) and
Ultra ATA 100/66/33 (100/66/33 MB/s data transfer rate). BIOS
enabled/disabled.
• Floppy disk drive interface: Supports up to two floppy disk
drives, 5¼" (360 KB and 1.2 MB) and/or 3½" (720 KB, 1.44 MB,
and 2.88 MB). BIOS enabled/disabled.
1.3.2 Memory
• RAM: Up to 512 MB in three available 168-pin DIMM sockets.
Supports PC100/ PC133-compliant SDRAMs.
• ECC (parity DRAM): not supported.
1.3.3 Input/Output
• Bus interface: PCI/ISA bus, PICMG compliant.
• Enhanced parallel port: Configurable to LPT1 or disabled.
Standard DB-25 female connector provided. Supports EPP/ECP.
• Serial ports: Two RS-232 ports with 16C550 UARTs (or
compatible) with 16-byte FIFO buffer. Supports speeds up to 115.2
Kbps. Ports can be individually configured to COM1, COM2, or
disabled.
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• Keyboard and PS/2 mouse connector: A 6-pin mini-DIN
connector is located on the mounting bracket for easy connection
to a keyboard or a PS/2 mouse. An onboard keyboard pin header
connector is also available.
• HISA®: ISA bus high-driving capability up to 64 mA.
1.3.4 VGA interface
• Supports AGP 2X, 133 MHz.
• Controller: Chipset integrated.
1.3.5 SCSI interface
• PCI SCSI: Supports 32-bit PCI interface and Ultra 160 SCSI or
legacy single-ended devices; data transfer up to 160 MB/sec.
• Chipset: Adaptec AIC-7892.
1.3.6 Ethernet LAN
• Supports dual 10/100Base-T Ethernet networking.
• Chipset: One onboard Intel® GD82559 and one chipset integrated
LAN controller.
1.3.7 Industrial features
• Watchdog timer: Can generate a system reset or IRQ11. The
watchdog timer is programmable, from one second to 255 minutes
(255 levels). See Appendix A for the programming details.
1.3.8 Mechanical and environmental specifications
• Operating temperature: 0°~60° C (32° ~ 140° F).
Note:
The temperature depends on which CPU is used.
The range is 0°~50° (32°~122°F) for a Pentium© III
933 MHz.
• Storage temperature: 0°~ 60° C (32° ~ 140° F).
• Humidity: 20 ~ 95% non-condensing.
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• Power supply voltage: +5 V, ±12 V.
• Power consumption (depends on CPU and memory):
+5 V @ 6 A (typical, with Pentium III 866 MHz and 128MB
SDRAM).
• Board size: 338 x 122 mm (13.3" x 4.8").
• Board weight: 0.5 kg (1.2 lb).
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1.4
Board Layout: Main Features
Figure 1-1: Board layout: main features
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Figure 1-2: Rear plate
1.5
Jumpers and Connectors
Connectors on the PCA-6180 board link it to external devices such
as hard disk drives and a keyboard. In addition, the board has a number
of jumpers used to configure your system for your application.
The tables below list the function of each of the board jumpers and
connectors. Later sections in this chapter give instructions on setting
the jumpers. Chapter 2 gives instructions for connecting external
devices to your card.
Table 1-1: Jumpers
Label
Function
J1
CMOS clear
J2
Watchdog timer output selection
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Table 1-2: Connectors
Label
Function
CN1
Primary IDE connector
CN2
Secondary IDE connector
CN3
Floppy drive connector
CN4
Parallel port
CN5
SCSI connector
CN6
USB port
CN7
VGA connector
CN8
10/100Base-T Ethernet connector 1
CN9
Serial port: COM1
CN10
Serial port: COM2
CN11
PS/2 keyboard and mouse connector
CN12
External keyboard connector
CN13
Infrared (IR) connector
CN14
CPU fan connector
CN16
Keyboard lock and power LED
CN17
External speaker
CN18
Reset connector
CN19
HDD LED connector
CN20
ATX feature connector
CN21
ATX soft power switch
CN22
H/W monitor alarm:
close - enable OBS alarm
open - disable OBS alarm
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CN23
SM bus connector
CN27
Connector to extension I/O board
CN28
Connector to extension I/O board
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CN31
USB port 0,1
CN32
USB port 2,3
CN33
PS/2 mouse connector
CN34
10/100Base-T Ethernet connector 2
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1.6
Location of Jumpers and Connectors
Figure 1-3: Location of jumpers and connecters
Note:
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1.7
Safety Precautions
Warning! Always completely disconnect the power cord
from your chassis whenever you work with the
hardware. Do not make connections while the
power is on. Sensitive electronic components
can be damaged by sudden power surges. Only
experienced
electronics personnel should open the PC
chassis.
Caution! Always ground yourself to remove any static
charge before touching the CPU card. Modern
electronic devices are very sensitive to
static electric charges. As a safety precaution, use a grounding wrist strap at all
times. Place all electronic components on a
static-dissipative surface or in a staticshielded bag when they are not in the chassis.
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1.8
Jumper Settings
This section provides instructions on how to configure your card by
setting the jumpers. It also includes the card's default settings and
your options for each jumper.
1.8.1 How to set the jumpers
You configure your card to match the needs of your application by
setting the jumpers. A jumper is a metal bridge that closes an electrical
circuit. It consists of two metal pins and a small metal clip (often
protected by a plastic cover) that slides over the pins to connect them.
To “close” (or turn ON) a jumper, you connect the pins with the clip.
To “open” (or turn OFF) a jumper, you remove the clip. Sometimes a
jumper consists of a set of three pins, labeled 1, 2, and 3. In this case
you connect either pins 1 and 2, or 2 and 3.
A pair of needle-nose pliers may be useful when setting jumpers.
1.8.2 CMOS clear (J1)
The PCA-6180 CPU card contains a jumper that can erase CMOS data
and reset the system BIOS information. Normally this jumper should be
set with pins 1-2 closed. If you want to reset the CMOS data, set J1 to
2-3 closed for just a few seconds, and then move the jumper back to 12 closed. This procedure will reset the CMOS to its default setting.
Table 1-3: CMOS clear (J1)
Jumper setting
* Keep CMOS data
1-2 closed
1
Clear CMOS data
2-3 closed
1
* default setting
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Function
1.8.3 Watchdog timer output (J2)
The PCA-6180 contains a watchdog timer that will reset the CPU or
send a signal to IRQ11 in the event the CPU stops processing. This
feature means the PCA-6180 will recover from a software failure or an
EMI problem. The J2 jumper settings control the outcome of what the
computer will do in the event the watchdog timer is tripped.
Table 1-4: Watchdog timer output (J2)
Function
Jumper setting
IRQ11
1-2 closed
* Reset
2-3 closed
1
1
* default setting
Note:
The interrupt output of the watchdog timer is a low
level signal. It will be held low until the watchdog
timer is reset.
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1.9
System Memory
The top-left edge of the PCA-6180 contains three sockets for 168-pin
dual in-line memory modules (DIMMs). All three sockets use 3.3 V
unbuffered synchronous DRAMs (SDRAM). DIMMs are available in
capacities of 16, 32, 64, 128, or 256 MB. The sockets can be filled in any
combination with DIMMs of any size, giving your PCA-6180 single
board computer between 16 MB and 512 MB of memory. Use the
following table to calculate the total DRAM memory within your
computer:
Table 1-5: DIMM module allocation table
Socket number
168-pin DIMM memory
1
(16, 32, 64, 128, or 256 MB) x 1
2
(16, 32, 64, 128, or 256 MB) x 1
3
(16, 32, 64, 128, or 256 MB) x 1
1.9.1 Sample calculation: DIMM memory capacity
Suppose you install a 128 MB DIMM into your PCA-6180's socket 1
and a 32 MB DIMM into sockets 2 and 3. Your total system memory is
192 MB, calculated as follows:
Table 1-6: DIMM memory capacity sample calculation
Socket number
168-pin
1
128 MB
x1
128 MB
2
32 MB
x1
32 MB
3
32 MB
x1
32 MB
Total memory
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DIMM memory
Total memory
192 MB
1.9.2 Supplementary information about DIMMs
Your PCA-6180 can accept SDRAM memory chips (with or without
parity). Also note:
• If the PCA-6180 operates at 133 MHz, only use PC/133-compliant
DIMMs. Most systems will not even boot if non-compliant modules
are used. This is due to strict timing issues involved at this speed.
• Chips with 9 chips/side support ECC; chips with 8 chips/side do not
support ECC. PCA-6180 does not support ECC.
• Single-sided modules are typically 16, 32, or 64 MB; double-sided
modules are usually 32, 64, 128, or 256 MB.
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1.10 Memory Installation Procedures
To install DIMMs, first make sure the two handles of the DIMM
socket are in the "open" position (i.e., the handles lean outward).
Slowly slide the DIMM module along the plastic guides on both ends
of the socket. Then press the DIMM module right down into the
socket, until you hear a click. This is when the two handles have
automatically locked the memory module into the correct position of
the DIMM socket. To remove the memory module, just push both
handles outward, and the memory module will be ejected by the
mechanism in the socket.
1.11 Cache Memory
Since the second-level (L2) cache has been embedded into the Intel®
FC-PGA Pentium®III processor, you do not have to take care of either
SRAM chips or SRAM modules. The built-in second-level cache in the
processor yields much higher performance than the external cache
memories. The cache size in the Intel® FC-PGA Pentium® III processor
is 256 KB. In the Celeron CPU, the cache size is 128KB.
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1.12 CPU Installation
The PCA-6180 provides a socket 370 for an Intel®FC-PGA Pentium® III
processor. The CPU on the board must have a fan or heat sink
attached to prevent overheating.
Warning:
Without a fan or heat sink, the CPU will overheat and
cause damage to both the CPU and the motherboard.
To install a CPU, first turn off your system and remove its cover.
Locate the processor socket 370.
1. Make sure the socket 370 lever is in the upright position. To raise
the lever, pull it out to the side a little and raise it as far as it will go.
2. Place the CPU in the empty socket. Follow the instructions that
came with the CPU. If you have no instructions, complete the
following procedure. Carefully align the CPU so it is parallel to the
socket and the notches on the corners of the CPU correspond with
the notches on the inside of the socket. Gently slide the CPU in. It
should insert easily. If it does not insert easily, pull the lever up a
little bit more.
3. Press the lever down. The plate will slide forward. You will feel
some resistance as the pressure starts to secure the CPU in the
socket. This is normal and will not damage the CPU.
When the CPU is installed, the lever should snap into place at the side
of the socket.
Note:
To remove a CPU, pull the lever out to the side a
little and raise it as far as it will go. Lift out the CPU.
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CHAPTER
2
Connecting Peripherals
This chapter tells how to connect
peripherals, switches, and indicators to
the PCA-6180 board.
2.1
Introduction
You can access most of the connectors from the top of the board
while it is installed in the chassis. If you have a number of cards
installed or have a packed chasis, you may need to partially remove
the card to make all the connections.
Note:
2.2
If your chassis has only one empty expansion slot
to accommodate the CPU card, you can replace the
standard dual-slot bracket with the single-slot
bracket included in your PCA-6180 package, in
which case you will have to access the connectors
(CN31~34) on the extension I/O board from inside
the chassis.
Primary (CN1) and Secondary (CN2) IDE
Connectors
You can attach up to four IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics) drives to
the PCA-6180’s built-in controller. The primary (CN1) and secondary (CN2) connectors can each accommodate two drives.
Wire number 1 on the cable is red or blue and the other wires are
gray. Connect one end to connector CN1 or CN2 on the CPU card.
Make sure that the red/blue wire corresponds to pin 1 on the connector (in the upper right hand corner). See Chapter 1 for help finding
the connector.
Unlike floppy drives, IDE hard drives can connect in either position
on the cable. If you install two drives to a single connector, you will
need to set one as the master and the other as the slave. You do this
by setting the jumpers on the drives. If you use just one drive per
connector, you should set each drive as the master. See the documentation that came with your drive for more information.
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Connect the first hard drive to the other end of the cable. Wire 1 on the
cable should also connect to pin 1 on the hard drive connector, which
is labeled on the drive circuit board. Check the documentation that
came with the drive for more information.
Connect the second hard drive to the remaining connector (CN2 or
CN1), in the same way as described above.
Note:
2.3
The PCA-6180 supports the Ultra ATA/100 interface
and requires special IDE cables as well as a software driver to enable this function. See Chapter 7 for
more information.
Floppy Drive Connector (CN3)
You can attach up to two floppy disk drives to the PCA-6180's
onboard controller. You can use 3.5" (720 KB, 1.44/2.88 MB) drives.
The card comes with a 34-pin daisy-chain drive connector cable. On
one end of the cable is a 34-pin flat-cable connector. On the other end
are two sets of 34-pin flat-cable connector (usually used for 3.5"
drives). The set on the end (after the twist in the cable) connects to the
A: floppy drive. The set in the middle connects to the B: floppy drive.
2.4
Parallel Port (CN4)
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The parallel port is normally used to connect the CPU card to a printer.
The PCA-6180 includes an onboard parallel port, accessed through a
26-pin flat-cable connector, CN4. The card comes with an adapter cable
which lets you use a traditional DB-25 connector. The cable has a 26pin connector on one end and a DB-25 connector on the other,
mounted on a retaining bracket. The bracket installs at the end of an
empty slot in your chassis, giving you access to the connector.
To install the bracket, find an empty slot in your chassis. Unscrew the
plate that covers the end of the slot. Screw in the bracket in place of
the plate. Next, attach the flat-cable connector to CN4 on the CPU card.
Wire 1 of the cable is red or blue, and the other wires are gray. Make
sure that wire 1 corresponds to pin 1 of CN4. Pin 1 is on the upper right
side of CN4.
2.5
SCSI Connector (CN5)
The PCA-6180 has a 68-pin, dual in-line connector for Ultra 160 SCSI
devices. Connection of SCSI devices requires special attention,
especially when determining the last drive on the SCSI chain. Refer to
Chapter 9 and your device's operating manual for detailed installation
advice.
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2.6
USB Ports (CN31 and CN32)
The PCA-6180 provides four ports of USB (Universal Serial Bus)
interface, which gives complete Plug & Play and hot swapping for up
to 127 external devices.The USB interface complies with USB Specification Rev. 1.0 and is fuse-protected.
The USB interface can be disabled in the system BIOS setup.
2.7
VGA Connector (CN7)
The PCA-6180 includes an AGP SVGA interface that can drive
conventional CRT displays. CN7 is a standard 15-pin D-SUB connector
commonly used for VGA. Pin assignments for CRT connector CN7 are
detailed in Appendix B.
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2.8
10/100Base-T Ethernet Connectors
(CN8 and CN34)
The PCA-6180 is equipped with one or two high-performance 32-bit
PCI-bus Ethernet interfaces, which are fully compliant with IEEE
802.3/u 10/100 Mbps CSMA/CD standards. They are supported by all
major network operating systems and are 100% Novell NE-2000
compatible. The RJ-45 jacks on the rear plate provide convenient
10/100Base-T RJ-45 operation.
2.9
Serial Ports (CN9: COM1; CN10: COM2)
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The PCA-6180 offers two serial ports, CN9 as COM1 and CN10 as
COM2. These ports can connect to serial devices, such as a mouse or
a printer, or to a communications network.
Table 2-1: Serial port connections (COM1, COM2)
Connector
Ports
Address
Interrupt
CN9
COM1
3F8*, 3E8
IRQ4
CN10
COM2
2F8*, 2E8
IRQ3
* default settings
The IRQ and address ranges for both ports are fixed. However, if you
want to disable the port or change these parameters later, you can do
this in the system BIOS setup.
Different devices implement the RS-232 standard in different ways. If
you are having problems with a serial device, be sure to check the pin
assignments for the connector.
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2.10 PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse Connectors
(CN11 and CN33)
Two 6-pin mini-DIN connectors (CN11 and CN33) on the card mounting bracket provide connection to a PS/2 keyboard and a PS/2 mouse,
respectively. CN11 can also be connected to an adapter cable (P/N:
1700060202, available from Advantech) for connecting to both a PS/2
keyboard and a PS/2 mouse.
2.11 External Keyboard Connector (CN12)
In addition to the PS/2 mouse/keyboard connector on the PCA-6180's
rear plate, there is also an extra onboard external keyboard connector.
This gives system integrators greater flexibility in designing their
systems.
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2.12 Infrared (IR) Connector (CN13)
This connector supports the optional wireless infrared transmitting
and receiving module. This module mounts on the system case. You
must configure the setting through the BIOS setup (see Chapter 3).
2.13 CPU Fan Connector (CN14)
This connector supports cooling fans of 500 mA (6 W) or less.
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2.14 Front Panel Connectors (CN16, CN17,
CN18, CN19, CN21 and CN22)
There are several external switches to monitor and control the
PCA-6180.
2.14.1 Keyboard lock and power LED (CN16)
CN16 is a 5-pin connector for the keyboard lock and power on LED.
Refer to Appendix B for detailed information on the pin assignments. If
a PS/2 or ATX power supply is used, the system's power LED status
will be as indicated below:
Table 2-2: PS/2 or ATX power supply LED status
Power mode
LED (PS/2 power)
LED (ATX power)
System On
On
On
System Suspend
Fast flashes
Fast flashes
System Off
Off
Slow flashes
2.14.2 External speaker (CN17)
CN17 is a 4-pin connector for an extenal speaker. If there is no external
speaker, the PCA-6180 provides an onboard buzzer as an alternative.
To enable the buzzer, set pins 3-4 as closed.
2.14.3 Reset (CN18)
Many computer cases offer the convenience of a reset button.
Connect the wire from the reset button to CN18.
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2.14.4 HDD LED (CN19)
You can connect an LED to connector CN19 to indicate when the HDD
is active.
2.14.5 ATX soft power switch (CN21)
If your computer case is equipped with an ATX power supply, you
should connect the power on/off button on your computer case to
CN21. This connection enables you to turn your computer on and off.
2.15 ATX Power Control Connectors (CN20
and CN21)
Note:
Refer to the diagram on the previous page
for the location of CN21.
2.15.1 ATX feature connector (CN20) and soft power switch
connector (CN21)
The PCA-6180 can support an advanced soft power switch function if
an ATX power supply is used. To enable the soft power switch
function:
1. Take the specially designed ATX-to-PS/2 power cable out of the
PCA-6180's accessory bag.
2. Connect the 3-pin plug of the cable to CN20 (ATX feature connector).
3. Connect the power on/off button to CN21. (A momentary type of
button should be used.)
Note:
If you will not be using an ATX power connector,
make sure that pins 2-3 of CN20 are closed.
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Warnings: 1. Make sure that you unplug your power supply
when adding or removing expansion cards or other
system components. Failure to do so may cause
severe damage to both your CPU card and expansion cards.
2. ATX power supplies may power on if certain
motherboard components or connections are touched
by metallic objects.
Important: Make sure that the ATX power supply can take at
least a 720 mA load on the 5 V standby lead (5VSB).
If not, you may have difficulty powering on your
system and/or supporting the "Wake-on-LAN"
function.
2.15.2 Controlling the soft power switch
Users can also identify the current power mode through the system's
power LED (see Section 2.13.1).
2.16 SM Bus Connector (CN23)
This connector can be used for external devices which need to be
connected to the SM bus (system management bus).
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3
Award BIOS Setup
This chapter describes how to set the
card’s BIOS configuration data.
3.1
Introduction
Award’s BIOS ROM has a built-in setup program that allows users to
modify the basic system configuration. This type of information is
stored in battery-backed memory (CMOS RAM) so that it retains the
setup information when the power is turned off.
3.2
Entering Setup
Turn on the computer and check for the “patch code”. If there is a
number assigned to the patch code, it means that the BIOS supports
your CPU.
If there is no number assigned to the patch code, please contact
Advantech’s applications engineer to obtain an up-to-date patch code
file. This will ensure that your CPU’s system status is valid.
After ensuring that you have a number assigned to the patch code,
press <Del> to allow you to enter the setup.
Figure 3-1: Award BIOS Setup initial screen
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3.3
Standard CMOS Setup
Choose the “Standard CMOS Features” option from the “Initial Setup
Screen” menu, and the screen below will be displayed. This menu
allows users to configure system components such as date, time, hard
disk drive, floppy drive, display, and memory.
Figure 3-2: Standard CMOS features screen
3.3.1 CMOS RAM backup
The CMOS RAM is powered by an onboard button cell battery.
When BIOS CMOS Setup has been completed, CMOS RAM data is
automatically backed up to Flash ROM. If conditions in a harsh
industrial enviroment cause a soft error, BIOS will recheck the data and
automatically restore the original data for booting.
Note:
If you intend to update CMOS RAM data, you have
to click on “DEL” within two seconds of the “CMOS
checksum error....” display screen message appearing. Then enter the “Setup” screen to modify the data.
If the “CMOS checksum error....” message appears
again and again, please check to see if you need to
replace the battery in your system.
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3.4
Advanced BIOS Features
The “Advanced BIOS Features” screen appears when choosing the
“Advanced BIOS Features” item from the “Initial Setup Screen”
menu. It allows the user to configure the PCA-6180 according to his
particular requirements.
Below are some major items that are provided in the Advanced BIOS
Features screen.
A quick booting function is provided for your convenience. Simply
enable the Quick Booting item to save yourself valuable time.
Figure 3-3: Advanced BIOS features screen (1)
3.4.1 Virus Warning
If enabled, a warning message and alarm beep activates if someone
attempts to write here. The commands are “Enabled” or “Disabled.”
3.4.2 CPU Internal Cache / External Cache
Enabling this feature speeds up memory access. The commands are
“Enabled” or “Disabled.”
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3.4.3 CPU L2 Cache ECC Checking
Enabling allows CPU L2 cache checking. The commands are “Enabled” or “Disabled.”
3.4.4 Quick Power On Self Test
This option speeds up the Power On Self Test (POST) conducted as
soon as the computer is turned on. When enabled, BIOS shortens or
skips some of the items during the test. When disabled, the computer
conducts normal POST procedures. The commands are “Enabled” or
“Disabled.”
3.4.5 First/Second/Third/Other Boot Device
The BIOS tries to load the OS with the devices in the sequence
selected.
Choices are: Floppy, LS/ZIP, HDD, SCSI, CDROM, LAN, Disabled.
3.4.6 Swap Floppy Drive
Logical name assignments of floppy drives can be swapped if there is
more than one floppy drive. The commands are “Enabled” or “Disabled.”
3.4.7 Boot UP Floppy Seek
Selection of the command “Disabled” will speed the boot up.
Selection of “Enabled” searches disk drives during boot up.
3.4.8 Boot Up NumLock
This feature selects the “power on” state for NumLock. The commands are “Enabled” or “Disabled.”
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3.4.9 Gate A20 Option
Normal
The A20 signal is controlled by the keyboard
controller.
Fast (Default)
The A20 signal is controlled by the chipset.
3.4.10 Typematic Rate Setting
The typematic rate is the rate key strokes repeat as determined by the
keyboard controller. The commands are “Enabled” or “Disabled.”
Enabling allows the typematic rate and delay to be selected.
3.4.11 Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec)
BIOS accepts the following input values (characters/second) for
typematic rate: 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 20, 24, 30.
3.4.12 Typematic Delay (msec)
Typematic delay is the time interval between the appearance of two
consecutive characters, when holding down a key. The input values
for this category are: 250, 500, 750, 1000 (msec).
3.4.13 Security Option
This setting determines whether the system will boot up if the
password is denied. Access to Setup is, however, always limited.
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System
The system will not boot, and access to Setup will be
denied if the correct password is not entered at the prompt.
Setup
The system will boot, but access to Setup will be denied if
the correct password is not entered at the prompt.
Note:
To disable security, select “ PASSWORD SETTING”
in the main menu. At this point, you will be asked to
enter a password. Simply press <Enter> to disable
security. When security is disabled, the system will
boot, and you can enter Setup freely.
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3.4.14 OS Select for DRAM > 64MB
This setting allows selecting an OS with greater than 64MB of RAM.
Commands are “Non-OS2” or “OS2.”
3.4.15 Report No FDD For Win 95
This reports if an FDD is available for Windows 95. The commands
are “Yes” or “No.”
Figure 3-4: Advanced BIOS features screen (2)
3.5
Advanced Chipset Features
By choosing the “Advanced Cipset Features” option from the “Initial
Setup Screen” menu, the screen below will be displayed. This sample
screen contains the manufacturer’ s default values for the PCA-6180,
as shown in Figure 3-5:
Note:
DRAM default timings have been carefully chosen
and should ONLY be changed if data is being lost.
Please first contact technical support.
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Figure 3-5: Advanced chipset features screen
3.5.1 SDRAM CAS Latency Time
This controls the latency between SDRAM read command and the
time that the data actually becomes available. Leave this on the
default setting.
3.5.2 SDRAM Cycle Time Tras/Trc
This selects the number of SCLKs for an access cycle.
3.5.3 SDRAM RAS-to-CAS Delay
This controls the latency between SDRAM active command and the
read/write command. Leave this on the default setting.
3.5.4 SDRAM RAS Precharge Time
This controls the idle clocks after issuing a precharge command to
SDRAM. Leave this on the default setting.
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3.5.5 System BIOS Cacheable
Selecting Enabled allows caching of the system BIOS ROM at
F0000h-FFFFFh, resulting in better system performance. However, if
any program writes to this memory area, a system error may occur.
The Choices: Enabled, Disabled.
3.5.6 Video Bios Cacheable
Selecting Enabled allows caching of the video BIOS, resulting in
better system performance. However, if any program writes to this
memory area, a system error may occur. The Choices: Enabled,
Disabled.
3.5.7 Memory Hole At 15M-16M
Enabling this feature reserves 15 MB to 16 MB memory address
space for ISA expansion cards that specifically require this setting.
This makes memory from 15 MB and up unavailable to the system.
Expansion cards can only access memory up to 16 MB. The default
setting is “Disabled.”
3.5.8 CPU Latency Timer
When enabled, the CPU cycle will only be deferred after it has been
held in a “Snoop Stall” for 31 clocks and another ADS# has arrived.
When disabled, the CPU cycle will be deferred immediately after the
GMCH receives another ADS#. The Choices: Enabled, Disabled.
3.5.9 Delayed Transaction
The chipset has an embedded 32-bit posted write buffer to support
delay transactions cycles. Select Enabled to support compliance with
PCI specification version 2.1. The Choice: Enabled, Disabled.
3.5.10 AGP Graphics Aperture Size (MB)
Memory-mapped, graphics data structures can reside in a graphics
aperture. Choices are: 4M, 8M, 16M, 32M, 65M, 128M, 256M.
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3.5.11 On-Chip Video Window Size
This selects the on-chip video window size for VGA drives use. The
Choices: 32MB, 64MB, Disabled.
3.6
Integrated Peripherals
3.6.1 On-Chip Primary/Secondary PCI IDE
If you enable IDE HDD Block Mode, the enhanced IDE driver will be
enabled. Leave IDE HDD Block Mode on the default setting.
3.6.2 IDE Primary Master/Slave PIO/UDMA Mode,
IDE Secondary Master/Slave PIO/UDMA Mode (Auto)
Each channel (Primary and Secondary) has both a master and a slave,
making four IDE devices possible. Because each IDE device may
have a different Mode timing (0, 1, 2, 3, 4), it is necessary for these
to be independent. The default setting “Auto” will allow autodetection
to ensure optimal performance.
Figure 3-6: Integrated peripherals (1)
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3.6.3 USB Controller
Select Enabled if your system contains a Universal Serial Bus (USB)
controller and you have USB peripherals. The choices: Enabled,
Disabled.
3.6.4 USB Keyboard Support
Select Enabled if your system contains a Universal Serial Bus (USB)
controller and you have a USB keyboard. The choices: Enabled,
Disabled.
3.6.5 Init Display First
This item allows you to choose which one to activate first, PCI Slot
or on-chip VGA. The choices: PCI Slot, Onboard.
3.6.6 IDE HDD Block Mode
You can enable the Primary IDE channel and/or the Secondary IDE
channel. Any channel not enabled is disabled. This field is for
systems with only SCSI drives.
3.6.7 Onboard FDC Controller
When enabled, this field allows you to connect your floppy disk
drives to the onboard floppy disk drive connector instead of a
separate controller card. If you want to use a different controller card
to connect the floppy disk drives, set this field to Disabled.
3.6.8 Onboard Serial Port 1 (3F8H/IRQ4)
The settings are 3F8H/IRQ4, 2F8H/IRQ3, 3E8H/IRQ4, 2E8H/
IRQ10, and Disabled for the on-board serial connector.
3.6.9 Onboard Serial Port 2 (2F8H/IRQ3)
The settings are 3F8H/IRQ4, 2F8H/IRQ3, 3E8H/IRQ4, 2E8H/
IRQ10, and Disabled for the on-board serial connector.
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3.6.10 UART Mode Select
This item allows you to select UART mode. The choices: IrDA,
ASKIR, Normal.
Figure 3-7: Integrated peripherals (2)
3.6.11 RxD, TxD Active
This item allows you to determine the active of RxD, TxD. The
Choices: “Hi, Hi,” “Lo, Lo,” “Lo, Hi,” “Hi, Lo.”
3.6.12 IR Transmission Delay
This item allows you to enable/disable IR transmission delay. The
choices: Enabled, Disabled.
3.6.13 UR2 Duplex Mode
This item allows you to select the IR half/full duplex funcion. The
choices: Half, Full.
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3.6.14 Use IR Pins
This item allows you to select IR transmission routes, one is RxD2,
TxD2 (COM Port) and the other is IR-Rx2Tx2. The choices: IRRx2Tx2, RxD2,TxD2.
3.6.15 Onboard Parallel Port (378H/IRQ7)
This field sets the address of the on-board parallel port connector.
You can select either 3BCH/IRQ7, 378H/IRQ7, 278H/IRQ5 or
Disabled. If you install an I/O card with a parallel port, make sure
there is no conflict in the address assignments. The CPU card can
support up to three parallel ports, as long as there are no conflicts for
each port.
3.6.16 Parallel Port Mode (ECP + EPP)
This field allows you to set the operation mode of the parallel port.
The setting “Normal” allows normal speed operation, but in one
direction only. “EPP” allows bidirectional parallel port operation at
maximum speed. “ECP” allows the parallel port to operate in bidirectional mode and at a speed faster than the maximum data transfer rate.
“ECP + EPP” allows normal speed operation in a two-way mode.
3.6.17 EPP Mode Select
This field allows you to select EPP port type 1.7 or 1.9. The choices:
EPP1.7, 1.9.
3.6.18 ECP Mode Use DMA
This selection is available only if you select “ECP” or “ECP + EPP”
in the Parallel Port Mode field. In ECP Mode Use DMA, you can
select DMA channel 1, DMA channel 3, or Disable. Leave this field
on the default setting.
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3.7
Power Management Setup
The power management setup controls the CPU card’s “green”
features to save power. The following screen shows the manufacturer’ s defaults:
Figure 3-8: Power management setup screen
3.7.1 Power Management
This option allows you to determine if the values in power
management are disabled, user-defined, or predefined.
3.7.2 HDD Power Down
You can choose to turn the HDD off after one of the time intervals
listed, or when the system is in “suspend” mode. If the HDD is in a
power saving mode, any access to it will wake it up.
Note:
The HDD will not power down if the Power
Management option is disabled.
3.7.3 Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN
If you choose “Instant-Off”, then pushing the ATX soft power switch
button once will switch the system to “system off” power mode.
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You can choose “Delay 4 sec.” If you do, then pushing the button for
more than 4 seconds will turn off the system, whereas pushing the
button momentarily (for less than 4 seconds) will switch the system
to “suspend” mode.
3.7.4 PowerOn By LAN
This item allows you to wake up the system via LAN from the remote
host. The choices: Enabled, Disabled.
3.7.5 PowerOn By Modem
When Enabled, an input signal on the serial Ring Indicator (RI) line
(in other words, an incoming call on the modem) awakens the system
from a soft off state. The choices: Enabled, Disabled.
3.7.6 PowerOn By Alarm
When Enabled, your can set the date and time at which the RTC (realtime clock) alarm awakens the system from Suspend mode. The
choices: Enabled, Disabled.
3.7.8 CPU Thermal-Throttling
This field allows you to select the CPU THRM-Throttling rate. The
choices: 12.5%, 25.0%, 37.5%, 50.0%, 62.5%, 75.0%, 87.5%.
3.8
PnP/PCI Configurations
3.8.1 Resources controlled by:
The commands here are “Auto” or “Manual.” Choosing “manual”
requires you to choose resources from each following sub-menu.
“Auto” automatically configures all of the boot and Plug and Play
devices but you must be using Windows 95 or above.
3.8.2 PnP OS Installed
This feature allows you to install the PnP OS. The commands are
“Yes” or “No.”
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Figure 3-9: PnP/PCI configurations screen
3.8.3 Reset Configuration Data
Note:
This is left “Disabled.” Select “Enabled” to reset
Extended System Configuration Data (ECSD) if you
have installed a new add-on and your OS won’t
boot and you need to reconfigure.
3.8.4 PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
This is left at “Disabled.”
3.9
PC Health Status
3.9.1 CPU Warning Temperature
This item will prevent the CPU from overheating. The choices:
30~120.
3.9.2 Current System Temp.
This shows you the current system temperature.
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Figure 3-10: PC health status screen
3.9.3 Current CPU Temperature
This shows you the current CPU1 temperature.
3.9.4 Current CPUFAN Speed
This shows you the current CPUFAN operating speed.
3.9.5 +5V/+12V/-12V/-5V
This shows you the voltage of +5V/+12V/-12V/-5V.
3.9.6 Shutdown Temperature
This item allows you to set up the CPU shutdown Temperature. This
item is effective only under Windows 98 ACPI mode. The Choices:
Disabled, 60°C/140°F, 65°C/149°F, 70°C/159°F, 75°C/167°F.
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3.10 Load Setup Defaults
“LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS” loads the values required by the system
for maximum performance.
3.11 Password Setting
To change the password:
1. Choose the “Set Password” option from the “Initial Setup
Screen” menu and press <Enter>.
The screen will display the following message:
Enter Password:
Press <Enter>.
2. If the CMOS is good or if this option has been used to change the
default password, the user is asked for the password stored in the
CMOS. The screen will display the following message:
Confirm Password:
Enter the current password and press <Enter>.
3. After pressing <Enter> (ROM password) or the current password
(user-defined), you can change the password stored in the CMOS.
The password must be no longer than eight (8) characters.
Remember, to enable the password setting feature, you must first
select either “Setup” or “System” from the “Advanced BIOS Features” menu.
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3.12 Save & Exit Setup
If you select this and press <Enter>, the values entered in the setup
utilities will be recorded in the CMOS memory of the chipset. The
microprocessor will check this every time you turn your system on
and compare this to what it finds as it checks the system. This record
is required for the system to operate.
3.13 Exit Without Saving
Selecting this option and pressing <Enter> lets you exit the setup
program without recording any new values or changing old ones.
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CHAPTER
4
Chipset Software Installation (CSI) Utility
This utility software installs to the
Windows INF files that outline to the
operating system how the components
will be configured. This utility has to be
installed before other drivers.
4.1
Before You Begin
To facilitate the installation of the enhanced display device drivers
and utility software, you should read the instructions in this chapter
carefully before you attempt installation. The device drivers for the
PCA-6180 board are located on the software installation CD. The autorun function of the driver CD will guide and link you to the utilities and
device drivers under a Windows system.
Note:
The files on the software installation CD are compressed. Do not attempt to install the drivers by
copying the files manually. You must use the supplied SETUP program to install the drivers.
Before you begin, it is important to note that many of the installation
procedures assume that you are familiar with the operating system
commands. Review the relevant operating system commands and the
pertinent sections of your application software's user's manual before
performing the installation.
4.2
Introduction
The Intel® Chipset Software Installation (CSI) utility installs to the
target system the Windows INF files that outline to the operating
system how the chipset components will be configured. This is
needed for the proper functioning of the following features:
• Core PCI and ISA PnP services.
• AGP support.
• IDE Ultra ATA 100/66/33 interface support.
• USB support.
• Identification of Intel® chipset components in the Device Manager.
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Note:
This utility is used for the following versions of
Windows system, and it has to be installed before
installing all the other drivers:
Windows 95
4.00.950 (Original release)
Windows 95
4.00.950a (OSR1)
Windows 95
4.00.950b (OSR2 without USB Supplement)
Windows 95
4.00.950b (OSR2.1 with USB Supplement)
Windows 95
4.00.950c (OSR2.5 with or without USB
Supplement)
Windows 98
4.10.1998 (Original release)
Windows 98
Second Edition 4.10.2222 (Original release)
Windows 2000
5.00.2195 (Original release)
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4.3
Installing the CSI Utility
1. Insert the driver CD into your system's CD-ROM drive. In a few
seconds, the software installation main menu appears. Move the
mouse cursor over the "Auto" button under the "CSI UTILITY"
heading, a message pops up telling you to install the CSI utility
before other device drivers, as shown in the following figure.
Click on this button.
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2. Click "Next" when you see the following message.
3. Click "Yes" when you see the following message.
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4. Click "Next" when you see the following message.
5. When the following message appears, click "Finish" to complete
the installation and restart Windows.
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5
AGP SVGA Setup
The PCA-6180 features an integrated
AGP SVGA interface. This chapter
provides instructions for installing the
AGP SVGA drivers from the driver CD
included in your package.
5.1
Introduction
AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port) is a graphics interface that provides faster connection between the display card and memory than a
PCI slot. Your PCA-6180 CPU card uses the Intel® 815 chipset that
supports AGP SVGA. The features include:
• Built-in 2D/3D AGP VGA controller.
• Integrated 24-bit 230MHz RAMDAC.
• Up to 1600 x 1200 resolution in 8-bit color at 85 Hz refresh.
• H/W motion compensation assistance for s/w MPEG 2 decoding.
• Software DVD at 30 fps.
5.2
Installation
Note:
Before installing this driver, make sure the CSI
utility has been installed in your system. See
Chapter 4 for information on installing the CSI utility.
1. Insert the driver CD into your system's CD-ROM drive. In a few
seconds, the software installation main menu appears, as shown in
the following figure. Under the "VGA DRIVERS" heading, click
on one of the buttons (labeled "WIN9X," "WIN2000," and
"WINNT40" respectively) according to the operating system you
are using.
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2. Click "Next" when you see the following message.
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3. Click "Next" when you see the following message.
4. Click "Finish" when you see the following message.
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5. Click "Yes" to accept the License Agreement.
6. When the following message appears, click "Finish" to complete
the installation and restart Windows.
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CHAPTER
6
LAN Configuration
The PCA-6180 supports dual 10/
100Base-T Ethernet networking with one
chipset integrated LAN controller (Intel®
82562ET) and one Intel® GD82559
(optional). This chapter gives detailed
information on Ethernet configuration. It
shows you how to configure the card to
match your application requirements.
Sections include:
• Introduction
• Features
• Installation
• Windows 95/98/2000 Drivers Setup
Procedure
• Windows NT Drivers Setup Procedure
• Windows 98SE/ME Drivers Setup
Procedure
• Windows NT Wake-on-LAN Setup
Procedure
6.1
Introduction
The PCA-6180 features the 32-bit 10/100 Mbps Ethernet network
interface. This interface supports bus mastering architecture and
auto-negotiation features. Therefore standard twisted-pair cabling
with RJ-45 connectors for both 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps connections
can be used. Extensive driver support for commonly-used network
systems is also provided.
6.2
Features
• Intel® 82562ET integrated LAN controller.
• Optional Intel® 82559 Ethernet LAN controller (fully integrated
10Base-T/100Base-TX).
• Supports Wake-on-LAN remote control function.
• PCI Bus Master complies with PCI Rev. 2.1.
• MAC & PHY (10/100 Mbps) interfaces.
• Complies to IEEE 802.3 10Base-T and IEEE 802.3u 100Base-T
interfaces.
• Fully supports 10Base-T and 100Base-TX operation.
• Single RJ-45 connector gives auto-detection of 10 Mbps or 100
Mbps network data transfer rates and connected cable types.
• 32-bit Bus Master technology complies with PCI Rev. 2.1.
• Plug and Play.
• Enhancements on ACPI & APM.
• Complies with PCI Bus Power Management Interface Rev. 1.0,
ACPI Rev. 1.0, and Device Class Power Management Rev. 1.0.
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6.3
Installation
Note:
Before installing the LAN drivers, make sure the
CSI utility has been installed in your system. See
Chapter 4 for information on installing the CSI utility.
The PCA-6180's onboard Ethernet interface supports all major
network operating systems. However, the installation procedure
varies with different operating systems. In the following sections,
refer to the one that provides driver setup procedure for the operating
system you are using.
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6.4
Windows 95/98/2000 Drivers Setup
Procedure
Note:
The CD-ROM drive is designated as "D" throughout
this section.
1. From the desktop of Windows 95/98/2000, click on "Start" and
select "Settings." Then click on the "Control Panel" icon to select
"System."
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2. In the "System Properties" window, select the "Device Manager"
tab. Select "View devices by type," and navigate to:
Computer\Other devices. Highlight "PCI Ethernet Controller" and
click on "Properties."
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3. In the "PCI Ethernet Controller Properties" window, select the
"Driver" tab. Then click on "Update Driver..."
4. In the "Update Device Driver Wizard" window, click on "Next."
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5. In the "Update Device Driver Wizard" window, select "Search for
a better driver than the one your device is using now. (Recommended)." Then click on "Next."
6. In the following "Update Device Driver Wizard" window, click on
"Browse."
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7. In the "Browse for Folder" window, navigate to the CD-ROM
drive and click on the "82562" folder. Then click on "OK."
8. In the following "Update Device Driver Wizard" window, click on
"Next."
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9. In the following "Update Device Driver Wizard" window, click on
"Next."
10. In the following "Update Device Driver Wizard" window, click on
"Finish."
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11. In the "System Settings Change" window, click on "Yes" to
complete the installation and restart Windows.
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6.5
Windows NT Drivers Setup Procedure
Note:
The CD-ROM drive is designated as "D" throughout
this section.
1. From the desktop of Windows NT, click on "Start" and select
"Settings." Then click on the "Control Panel" icon to select
"System."
2. In the "Network" window, select the "Adapters" tab. Then click on
"Add..."
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3. In the "Select Network Adapter" window, click on "Have Disk..."
4. When the "Insert Disk" window appears, insert the driver CD into
the CD-ROM drive and type in "d:\drv_lan\82562." When you
have the correct file path, click on "OK."
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5. In the "Select OEM Option" window, click on "OK."
6. In the "Network" window, select the "Adapters" tab. Under
"Network Adapters," highlight "[2] Intel(R) PRO/100+ Management Adapter" and "[3] Intel(R) PRO/100 VE Network Connection." Then click on "Close."
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6.6
Windows 98SE/ME Drivers Setup
Procedure
Note:
The CD-ROM drive is designated as "D" throughout
this section.
For computers using Windows 98SE or Windows ME, the operating
system will automatically install the "Intel(R) Pro/100+ Management
Adapter" driver the first time it detects the LAN device. If your CPU
card has two Ethernet ports and you are experiencing problems with
LAN connections (one of the ports does not work) after you have
installed drivers for both LANs, perform the following steps to
correct the problem.
1. From the desktop of Windows 98SE/ME, click on "Start" and
select "Settings." Then click on the "Control Panel" icon to select
"System."
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2. In the "System Properties" window, select the "Device Manager"
tab. Select "View devices by type," and navigate to:
Computer\Network adapters. Highlight "Intel(R) PRO/100+
Management Adapter" and click on "Properties."
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3. In the "Intel(R) PRO/100+ Management Adapter Properties"
window, select the "Driver" tab. Then click on "Update Driver..."
4. In the "Update Device Driver Wizard" window, click on "Specify
the location of the driver (Advanced)" and then click on "Next."
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5. In the following "Update Device Driver Wizard" window, select
"Search for a better driver than the one your device is using now.
(Recommended)." Select "Specify a location:" and then click on
"Browse."
6. In the "Browse for Folder" window, navigate to the CD-ROM
drive and click on the "82562" folder. Then click on "OK."
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7. In the following "Update Device Driver Wizard" window, click on
"Next."
8. In the following "Update Device Driver Wizard" window, select
"The updated driver (Recommended)/Intel(R) PRO/100+
Management Adapter." Then click on "Next."
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9. In the following "Update Device Driver Wizard" window, click on
"Next."
10. In the following "Update Device Driver Wizard" window, click on
"Next."
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11. In the "System Settings Change" window, click on "Yes" to
complete the installation and restart Windows.
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6.7
Windows NT Wake-on-LAN Setup
Procedure
1. From the desktop of Windows NT, click on "Start" and select
"Settings." Then click on the "Control Panel" icon to select
"System."
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2. In the "Intel(R) PROSet" window, under "Select a Network
Adapter," choose "[2] Intel(R) PRO100+ Management Adapter."
Then select the "Advanced" tab. Under "Setting," highlight the
"Enable PME" item. Under "Value," select "Enabled." Then click
on "OK."
3. In the "Reboot Required" window, click on "Yes."
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7
Ultra ATA 100 Storage
Driver Setup
This driver must be installed to use the
Intel® Ultra ATA controller to improve
storage subsystem performance and
overall system performance.
7.1
Introduction
This driver takes advantage of the latest Intel®Ultra ATA controller
features to improve both storage subsystem performance and overall
system performance. A useful diagnostic tool, Intel Ultra ATA
Companion®, shows technical information of the ATA subsystem.
7.2
Features
• The driver enables fast Ultra ATA transfers by default.
• Users no longer have to manually enable DMA transfers for each
ATA and/or ATAPI peripheral devices.
• Each ATA channel has independent device timings/transfers which
allows PIO-only and DMA-capable devices to share the same
ATA controller cable, where one is the master and the other the
slave, without restricting transfer mode to PIO-only for both
devices.
• Technical details of the ATA subsystem can be viewed via use of the
application.
• Drivers are optimized.
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7.3
Installation
Note:
Before installing this driver, make sure the CSI
utility has been installed in your system. See
Chapter 4 for information on installing the CSI
utility.
1. Insert the driver CD into your system's CD-ROM drive. In a few
seconds, the software installation main menu appears, as shown in
the following figure. Under the "IDE DRIVERS" heading, click on
the "Auto" button.
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2. Click on "Next" when you see the following message.
3. When you see the following message, click on "Yes" to accept the
License Agreement.
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4. Click on "Next" when you see the following message.
5. Click on "Next" when you see the following message.
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6. When the following message appears, click "Finish" to complete
the installation and restart Windows.
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7.4
Displaying Driver Information
1. From the desktop of Windows, click on "Start" and select "Programs." Then select "Intel Ultra ATA Storage Driver" and then
"Companion."
2. Click on the "Device Parameters" or the "Storage Report" tab to
view related information.
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CHAPTER
8
Onboard Security Setup
This chapter explains OBS concepts and
provides instructions for installing the
relevant software drivers. This is done
using the driver CD included in your
PCA-6180 package.
8.1
Introduction
Onboard security (OBS) functions monitor key hardware. They help
you maintain your system's stability and durability.
The PCA-6180 can monitor 5 sets of system positive voltages, 2 sets
of system negative voltages, CPU cooling fan speed, and CPU
temperature.
The positive system voltage sets which can be monitored include:
• CPU core voltage: 1.3 V ~ 3.3 V, according to Intel specifications.
• Transmission voltage from CPU to chipset: typically 1.5 V.
• Chipset voltage: typically 3.3 V.
• Main voltage: +5 V, +12 V.
The negative system voltage sets which can be monitored include:
• Main voltage: -5 V, -12 V.
8.2
Installation
Note:
Before installing the LAN drivers, make sure the
CSI utility has been installed in your system. See
Chapter 4 for information on installing the CSI
utility.
The installation procedure varies with different operating systems. In
the following sections, refer to the one that provides driver setup
procedure for the operating system you are using.
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8.3 Windows 9X Drivers Setup Procedure
1. Insert the driver CD into your system's CD-ROM drive. In a few
seconds, the software installation main menu appears, as shown in
the following figure. Click on the "WIN 9X" button under the
"OBS DRIVERS" heading.
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2. When you will see the following message, make sure you have
closed all other programs, then click on "OK."
3. Click on the square graphics button when you see the following
message.
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4. When you see the following message, click on "OK" to complete
the installation.
8.4 Windows NT Drivers Setup Procedure
1. Insert the driver CD into your system's CD-ROM drive. In a few
seconds, the software installation main menu appears, as shown in
the following figure. Click on the "WIN NT" button under the
"OBS DRIVERS" heading.
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2. Click "Next" when you see the following message.
3. Click "Next" when you see the following message.
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4. Click "Next" when you see the following message.
5. Click "Finish" when you see the following message.
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6. Click "OK" to restart Windows.
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8.5 Using the OBS Hardware Doctor Utility
After completing the setup, all the OBS functions are permanently
enabled. When a monitored reading exceeds safe limits, a warning
message will be displayed and an error beep tone will activate to
attract your attention.
OBS Hardware Doctor will show an icon on the right side of the
bottom window bar. This icon is the "Terminate and Stay Resident"
(TSR) icon. It will permanently remain in the bottom window bar, and
will activate warning signals when triggered by the onboard security
system.
You can view or change values for various OBS settings by running
this utility:
1. From the desktop of Windows, click on "Start" and select
"Programs" and then "OBS Hardware Doctor."
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2. It is recommended that you load the default values for all the OBS
settings. However, if desired, you can establish new conditions for
voltage, fan speed, and temperature.
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9
SCSI Setup and
Configurations
The PCA-6180 features an onboard SCSI
interface. This chapter provides basic
SCSI concepts.
9.1
Introduction
The PCA-6180 is equipped with an Adaptec AIC-7892 single-chip
PCI-to-SCSI host adapter which provides a powerful Ultra160
multitasking interface between your computer’ s PCI bus and SCSI
devices (disk drives, CD-ROM drives, scanners, tape backups,
removable media drives, etc.). Ultra160 is a new generation of SCSI
technology that expands SCSI performance from 80 MBytes/sec to
160 MBytes/sec. Up to a total of 15 SCSI devices can be connected
to the SCSI connector through the AIC-7892.
The AIC-7892 combines this Ultra160 SCSI technol-ogy with
Adaptec’s SpeedFlex™ technology. SpeedFlex allows the Adaptec
SCSI Card 29160 to be backwards compatible with previous generations of SCSI products, while allowing newer Ultra160 SCSI devices
to operate at the higher 160 MBytes/sec rate.
If you need to configure the SCSI, the onboard SCSI Select configuration utility allows you to change host adapter settings without
opening the computer or handling the board. The SCSI Select utility
also contains a utility to low-level format and verifies the disk media
on your hard disk drives.
Note:
9.2
If any peripheral is attached to the Ultra2 SCSI
segment and is running at SE mode, one or more
Ultra/Ultra Wide peripherals will be attached to the
Ultra2 SCSI segment and will cause the Ultra2
SCSI segment to run at speeds up to 40 MBytes/
sec instead of 80 MBytes/sec.
Understanding SCSI
SCSI (pronounced “scuzzy”) stands for Small Computer Systems
Interface. SCSI is an industry standard computer interface for connecting SCSI devices to a common SCSI bus.
A SCSI bus is an electrical pathway that consists of a SCSI interface
(such as the AIC-7892) installed in a computer and one or more SCSI
devices. SCSI cables are used to connect the devices to the SCSI
interface. For the SCSI bus to function properly, a unique SCSI ID
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must be assigned to the SCSI interface and each SCSI device connected to it, and the SCSI bus must be properly terminated.
9.3
SCSI IDs
Each device attached to the AIC-7892, as well as the AIC-7892 itself,
must be assigned a unique SCSI ID number from 0 to 15. A SCSI ID
uniquely identifies each SCSI device on the SCSI bus and determines
priority when two or more devices are trying to use the SCSI bus at
the same time.
Refer to the device’s documentation to set the SCSI ID. Here are
some general guidelines for SCSI IDs:
• For internal SCSI devices, the SCSI ID usually is set by configuring
a jumper on the device.
• For external SCSI devices, the SCSI ID usually is set with a switch
on the back of the device.
• SCSI ID numbers don’t have to be sequential, as long as the AIC7892 and each device has a different number.
• For example, you can have an internal SCSI device with ID 0, and an
external SCSI device with ID 6.
• SCSI ID 7 has the highest priority on the SCSI bus. The priority of
the remaining IDs, in descending order, is 6 to 0, then 15 to 8.
• The on-board SCSI interface is preset to SCSI ID 7 and should not
be changed. This gives it the highest priority on the SCSI bus.
• Most internal SCSI hard disk drives come from the factory pre-set
to SCSI ID 0.
• If you have 8-bit (or Narrow) SCSI devices, they must use SCSI IDs
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6. SCSI ID 0 is recommended for the first SCSI
hard disk drive.
• If you are booting your computer from a SCSI hard disk drive
connected to the AIC-7892, the Boot SCSI ID setting in the
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SCSISelect utility must correspond to the SCSI ID of the device
from which you are booting. By default, the Boot SCSI ID is set to
0. We recommend that you do not change this setting.
• In Windows® 95/98, you can use the Device Manager to determine
which SCSI ID is assigned to each installed SCSI device.
9.4
Terminating the SCSI Bus
To ensure reliable communication on the SCSI bus, the ends of the
SCSI bus must be properly terminated. This is accomplished when the
device at the end of each cable, or the end of the cable itself, has a
terminator installed (or enabled). Terminators must be removed, or
termination must be disabled, on devices between the ends of each
cable.
Since the method for terminating a SCSI device can vary widely, refer
to the device’s documentation for instructions on how to enable or
disable termination. Here are some general guidelines for termination:
• Internal Ultra160 and Ultra2 SCSI devices come from the factory
with termination disabled and cannot be changed. Proper termination for internal Ultra160 and Ultra2 SCSI devices is provided by a
68-pin Internal LVD (low voltage differential) SCSI cable, which
has a built-in terminator at its end.
• Termination on non-Ultra160 and Ultra2 internal SCSI devices
usually is controlled by manually setting a jumper or a switch on
the device, or by physically removing or installing one or more
resistor modules on the device.
• Termination on most external SCSI devices is controlled by
installing or removing a SCSI terminator. However, termination on
some external SCSI devices is enabled or disabled by setting a
switch on the back of the SCSI device.
• The last external Ultra160 or Ultra2 SCSI device must be terminated with an LVD/SE (low voltage differential/single ended)
terminator plug to ensure that the device will operate at its maxi-
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mum speed. If you use a different kind of terminator plug, the data
I/O rate will decrease.
• By default, termination on the AIC-7892 itself is set to Automatic
(the preferred method). We recommend that you do not change this
default setting.
9.4
Configuring the SCSI Interface with
SCSISelect
SCSISelect, included with the AIC-7892, enables you to change SCSI
settings without opening the computer. SCSISelect also enables you
to low-level format or verify the disk media of your SCSI hard disk
drives. The following table lists the available and default settings for
each SCSISelect option.
Note:
The default settings are appropriate for most
systems. Run SCSISelect if you need to change or
view curre nt set-tings, or if you would like to run
the SCSI disk utilities. See the descriptions of each
option starting on page 113.
SCSISelect Options
SCSI Bus Interface Definitions:
Host Adapter SCSI ID
SCSI Parity Checking
Host Adapter SCSI Termination
LVD/SE Connectors
SE Connectors
Boot Device Options:
Boot SCSI ID
Boot LUN Number 1
Available Settings
Default Setting
0-15
Enabled, Disabled
7
Enabled
Automatic,
Enabled,
Disabled
Automatic
Low On/High On
Low Off/High Off
Low Off/High On
Automatic
0-15
0-7
0
0
Automatic
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SCSISelect Options
SCSI Device Configuration:
Sync Transfer Rate (MBytes/sec)
Initiate Wide Negotiation
Enable Disconnection
Send S tart Unit Command
Enable Write Back Cache 2
BIOS Multiple LUN Support 2
Include in BIOS Scan 2
Advanced Configuration Options:
Reset SCSI Bus at IC Initialization
Display <Ctrl> <A> Messages
during BIOS Initialization
Extended BIOS Translation for
DOS Drives > 1 GByte
Verbose/Silent Mode
Host Adapter BIOS
Domain Validation 2
Support Removable Disks Under
BIOS as Fixed Disks 2
BIOS Support for Bootable
CD-ROM 2
BIOS Support for Int 13
Extensions 2
1
2
9.5
Available Settings
Default Setting
160, 80.0, 53.4, 40.0,
32.0, 26.8, 20.0,
16.0, 13.4, 10.0,
ASYN
Yes, No
Yes, No
Yes, No
N/C (No Change)
Yes, No
Yes, No
Yes, No
160
Yes (Enabled)
Yes (Enabled)
Yes (Enabled)
N/C (No
Change)
No (Disabled)
Yes (Enabled)
Enabled, Disabled
Enabled, Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled, Disabled
Enabled
Verbose, Silent
Enabled
Disabled: Not Scan
Disabled: Scan Bus
Enabled, Disabled
Disabled,
Boot Only,
All Disks
Enabled, Disabled
Verbose
Enabled
Enabled, Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Setting is valid only if Multiple LUN Support is enabled.
Settings are valid only if host adapter BIOS is enabled.
Starting SCSISelect
Follow these steps to start SCSISelect:
1. Turn on or restart your system.
During the startup process, pay careful attention to the mes-sages
that appear on your screen.
2. When the following message appears on your screen, press the
Ctrl-A keys simultaneously (this message appears for only a few
seconds):
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Press <Ctrl><A> for SCSISelect (TM) Utility!
3. From the menu that appears, use the arrow keys to move the
cursor to the option you want to select, then press Enter.
Note:
If you have difficulty viewing the display, press F5
to toggle between color and monochrome modes.
(This feature may not work on some monitors.)
Exiting SCSISelect
Follow these steps to exit SCSISelect:
1. Press Esc until a message prompts you to exit (if you changed
any settings, you are prompted to save the changes before you
exit).
2. At the prompt, select Yes to exit, then press any key to reboot the
computer. Any changes you made in SCSISelect take effect after
the computer boots.
9.6
Using SCSISelect Settings
To select an option, use the arrow keys to move the cursor to the
option, then press Enter.
In some cases, selecting an option displays another menu. You can
return to the previous menu at any time by pressing Esc.
To restore the original SCSISelect default values, press F6 from the
main SCSISelect screen.
SCSI Bus Interface Definitions
• Host Adapter SCSI ID—(Default: 7) Sets the SCSI ID for the
SCSI card. The Adaptec SCSI Card 29160 is set at 7, which gives it
the highest priority on the SCSI bus. We recommend that you do
not change this setting.
• SCSI Parity Checking—(Default: Enabled) When set to Enabled, verifies the accuracy of data transfer on the SCSI bus. Leave
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this setting enabled unless any SCSI device connected to the
Adaptec SCSI Card 29160 does not support SCSI parity.
• Host Adapter SCSI Termination—(Default: Automatic) Determines the termination setting for the SCSI card. The default setting
for both the LVD/SE (low voltage differential/single ended)
connectors and SE connectors is Automatic, which allows the SCSI
card to adjust the termination as needed depending on the configuration of the connected SCSI devices. We recommend that you do
not change these settings.
Boot Device Options
• Boot SCSI ID—(Default: 0) Specifies the SCSI ID of your boot
device. We recommend that you do not change the default setting.
• Boot LUN Number—(Default: 0) Specifies which LUN (Logical
Unit Number) to boot from on your boot device. This setting is not
valid unless Multiple LUN Support is Enabled (see Advanced
Configuration Options on page 115).
SCSI Device Configuration
SCSI Device Configuration options can be set individually for each
connected SCSI device.
Note:
To configure settings for a SCSI device, you must
know its SCSI ID (see Using SCSI Disk Utilities on
page 23).
• Sync Transfer Rate—(Default: 160) Determines the maximum
synchronous data transfer rate that the SCSI card supports. Use the
maximum value of 160 MBytes/sec.
• Initiate Wide Negotiation—(Default: Yes) When set to Yes, the
SCSI card attempts 16-bit data transfer (wide negotiation). When
set to No, the SCSI card uses 8-bit data transfer unless the SCSI
device requests wide negotiation.
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Note:
Set Initiate Wide Negotiation to No if you are using
an 8-bit SCSI device that hangs or exhibits other
performance problems with 16-bit data transfer rate
enabled.
• Enable Disconnection—(Default: Yes) When set to Yes, allows
the SCSI device to disconnect from the SCSI bus. Leave the setting at Yes if two or more SCSI devices are connected to the SCSI
card. If only one SCSI device is connected, changing the setting to
No results in slightly better performance.
• Send Start Unit Command—(Default: Yes) When set to Yes, the
Start Unit Command is sent to the SCSI device at bootup.
The following three options have no effect if the SCSI Card BIOS is
disabled. (The SCSI Card BIOS is normally enabled by default.)
• Enable Write Back Cache—(Default: N/C) Can be used to enable
or disable the write-back cache on SCSI disk drives con-nected to
the host adapter. Leave this option at its default setting of N/C (no
change), which usually allows for optimum drive performance.
• BIOS Multiple LUN Support—(Default: No) Leave this set-ting
at No if the device does not have multiple Logical Unit Numbers
(LUNs). When set to Yes , the SCSI card BIOS provides boot
support for a SCSI device with multiple LUNs (for example, a CD
“juke box” device in which multiple CDs can be accessed simultaneously).
• Include in BIOS Scan—(Default: Yes) When set to Yes, the SCSI
card BIOS includes the device as part of its BIOS scan at bootup.
Advanced Configuration Options
Note:
Do not change the Advanced Configuration Options
unless absolutely necessary.
• Reset SCSI Bus at IC Initialization—(Default: Enabled) When
set to Enabled, the SCSI card generates a SCSI bus reset during its
power-on initialization and after a hard reset.
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• Display <Ctrl> <A> Messages during BIOS Initialization—
(Default: Enabled) When set to Enabled, the SCSI card BIOS
displays the Press <Ctrl> <A> for SCSISelect (TM) Utility!
message on your screen during system bootup. If this setting is disabled, you can still invoke the SCSISelect Utility by pressing
<Ctrl> <A> after the SCSI card BIOS banner appears.
• Extended BIOS Translation for DOS Drives > 1 GByte—
(Default: Enabled) When set to Enabled, provides an extended
translation scheme for SCSI hard disks with capacities greater than
1 GByte. This setting is necessary only for MS-DOS 5.0 or above;
it is not required for other operating systems, such as NetWare or
UNIX.
Caution:
Changing the translation scheme destroys all data
on the drive. Be sure to back up your disk drives
before changing the translation scheme.
Use the MS-DOS Fdisk command to partition a disk larger than 1
GByte controlled by the SCSI card BIOS, when using DOS, Windows
3.1.x, or Windows 95/98.
• Verbose/Silent Mode—(Default: Verbose) When set to Verbose,
the SCSI card BIOS displays the host adapter model on the screen
during system buildup. When set to Silent, the message is not
displayed during bootup.
• Host Adapter BIOS (Configuration Utility Reserves BIOS
Space)—(Default: Enabled) Enables or disables the SCSI card
BIOS.
• Leave at Enabled to allow the SCSI card BIOS to scan and
initialize all SCSI devices.
• Set to Disabled: Not scan if the devices on the SCSI bus (for
example, CD-ROM drives) are controlled by software driv-ers
and do not need the BIOS, and you do not want the BIOS to scan
the SCSI bus.
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• Set to Disabled: Scan Bus if you do not need the BIOS, but you
want it to scan the SCSI devices on the bus and you need to spin
up the devices.
The following four options have no effect when the SCSI Card BIOS
is disabled. (The SCSI Card BIOS is normally enabled by default.)
• Domain Validation—(Default: Enabled) Determines the optimal
transfer rate for each device on the SCSI bus and sets transfer rates
accordingly. Displays the resulting data transfer rate.
• Support Removable Disks Under BIOS as Fixed Disks—
(Default: Disabled) Determines which removable-media drives are
supported by the SCSI card BIOS. Choices are as follows:
• Disabled— No removable-media drives are treated as hard disk
drives. Software drivers are required because the drives are not
controlled by the BIOS.
• Boot Only—Only the removable-media drive designated as the
boot device is treated as a hard disk drive.
• All Disks—All removable-media drives supported by the BIOS
are treated as hard disk drives.
Caution:
You may lose data if you remove a removablemedia cartridge from a SCSI drive controlled by the
SCSI card BIOS while the drive is on. If you want to
be able to remove the media while the drive is on,
install the removable-media software driver and set
Support Removable Disks Under BIOS as Fixed
Disks to Disabled.
• BIOS Support for Bootable CD-ROMs—(Default: Enabled)
When set to Enabled, the SCSI card BIOS allows the computer to
boot from a CD-ROM drive.
• BIOS Support for Int 13 Extensions—(Default: Enabled) When
set to Enabled, the SCSI card BIOS supports Int 13h extensions as
required by Plug-and-Play. The setting can be either enabled or
disabled if your system is not Plug-and-Play.
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9.7
Using SCSI Disk Utilities
To access the SCSI disk utilities, follow these steps:
1. Select the SCSI Disk Utilities option from the menu that
appears after starting SCSISelect. SCSISelect scans the SCSI bus
(to determine the devices installed) and displays a list of all SCSI
IDs and the devices assigned to each ID.
2. Use the arrow keys to move the cursor to a specific ID and
device, then press Enter.
3. A small menu appears, displaying the options Format Disk and
Verify Disk Media.
• Format Disk—Allows you to perform a low-level format on a
hard disk drive. Most SCSI disk devices are preformatted at the
factory and do not need to be formatted again.
Caution:
A low-level format destroys all data on the drive. Be
sure to back up your data before performing this
operation. You cannot abort a low-level format once
it is started.
• Verify Disk Media—Allows you to scan the media of a hard
disk drive for defects. If the utility finds bad blocks on the
media, it prompts you to reassign them; if you select yes, those
blocks are no longer used. Pressing Esc at any time aborts the
utility.
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APPENDIX
A
Programming the
Watchdog Timer
The PCA-6180 is equipped with a
watchdog timer that resets the CPU or
generates an interrupt if processing
comes to a standstill for any reason. This
feature ensures system reliability in
industrial standalone or unmanned
environments.
A.1 Programming the Watchdog Timer
The PCA-6180's watchdog timer can be used to monitor system
software operation and take corrective action if the software fails to
function after the programmed period. This section describes the
operation of the watchdog timer and how to program it.
A.1.1 Watchdog timer overview
The watchdog timer is built-in the super I/O controller W83627HF.
It provides the following functions for user programming:
• Can be enabled and disabled by user's program.
• Timer can be set from 1 to 255 seconds or 1 to 255 minutes.
• Generates an interrupt or resets signal if the software fails to reset
the timer after time-out.
A.1.2 Reset/ Interrupt selection
The J2 jumper is used to select reset or interrupt (IRQ 11) in the
event the watchdog timer is tripped. See Chapter 1 for detailed
jumper settings.
Note:
The interrupt output of the watchdog timer is a low
level signal. It will be held low until the watchdog
timer is reset.
A1.3 Programming the Watchdog Timer
The I/O port address of the watchdog timer is 2E(hex) and 2F(hex).
2E (hex) is the address port. 2F(hex) is the data port.
You must first assign the address of register by writing address value
into address port 2E(hex), then write/read data to/from the assigned
register through data port 2F (hex).
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Unlock W83627H
Select register of
watchdog timer
Enable the function of
the watchdog timer
Use the function of
the watchdog timer
Lock W83627HF
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Watchdog Ti mer Regi sters
Address of
register (2E)
Attribute
R ead/Write
Value (2F) and description
87 (hex)
-----
Wri te thi s address to I/O address port
2E (hex) twi ce to unlock theW83627HF
07 (hex)
wri te
Wri te 08 (hex) to select regi ster of
watchdog ti mer.
30 (hex)
wri te
Wri te 01 (hex) to enable the functi on of
the watchdog ti mer. D i sabled i s set as
default.
wri te
Set seconds or mi nutes as uni ts for the
ti mer.
Wri te 0 to bi t 3: set second as counti ng
uni t. [default]
Wri te 1 to bi t 3: set mi nute as counti ng
uni t
F5 (hex)
F6 (hex)
0: stop ti mer [default]
01~FF (hex): The amount of the count,
i n seconds or mi nutes, depends on the
value set i n regi ster F5 (hex). Thi s
number deci des how long the
watchdog ti mer wai ts for strobe before
generati ng an i nterrupt or reset si gnal.
Wri ti ng a new value to thi s regi ster can
reset the ti mer to count wi th the new
value.
wri te
F7 (hex)
read/wri te
Bi t 7: Wri te 1 to enable mouse to reset
the ti mer, 0 to di sable [default]
Bi t 6: Wri te 1 to enable keyboard to
reset the ti mer, 0 to di sable.[default]
Bi t 5: Wri te 1 to generate a ti meout
si gnal i mmedi ately and automati cally
return to 0. [default=0]
Bi t 4: Read status of watchdog ti mer, 1
means ti mer i s "ti me out".
AA (hex)
-----
Wri te thi s address to I/O port 2E (hex)
to lock the watchdog ti mer.
Table A-1: Watchdog timer registers
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A.1.4 Example Program
1. Enable watchdog timer and set 10 sec. as timeout interval
;----------------------------------------------------------Mov dx,2eh
; Unlock W83627HF
Mov al,87h
Out dx,al
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Mov al,07h
; Select registers of watchdog timer
Out dx,al
Inc dx
Mov al,08h
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; Enable the function of watchdog timer
Mov al,30h
Out dx,al
Inc dx
Mov al,01h
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; Set second as counting unit
Mov al,0f5h
Out dx,al
Inc dx
In al,dx
And al,not 08h
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; Set timeout interval as 10 seconds and start counting
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Mov al,0f6h
Out dx,al
Inc dx
Mov al,10
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; lock W83627HF
Mov al,0aah
Out dx,al
2. Enable watchdog timer and set 5 minutes as timeout interval
;----------------------------------------------------------Mov dx,2eh
; unlock W83627H
Mov al,87h
Out dx,al
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Mov al,07h
; Select registers of watchdog timer
Out dx,al
Inc dx
Mov al,08h
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; Enable the function of watchdog timer
Mov al,30h
Out dx,al
Inc dx
Mov al,01h
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; Set minute as counting unit
Mov al,0f5h
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Out dx,al
Inc dx
In al,dx
Or al,08h
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; Set timeout interval as 5 minutes and start counting
Mov al,0f6h
Out dx,al
Inc dx
Mov al,5
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; lock W83627HF
Mov al,0aah
Out dx,al
3. Enable watchdog timer to be reset by mouse
;----------------------------------------------------------Mov dx,2eh
; unlock W83627H
Mov al,87h
Out dx,al
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Mov al,07h
; Select registers of watchdog timer
Out dx,al
Inc dx
Mov al,08h
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; Enable the function of watchdog timer
Mov al,30h
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Out dx,al
Inc dx
Mov al,01h
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; Enable watchdog timer to be reset by mouse
Mov al,0f7h
Out dx,al
Inc dx
In al,dx
Or al,80h
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; lock W83627HF
Mov al,0aah
Out dx,al
4. Enable watchdog timer to be reset by keyboard
;----------------------------------------------------------Mov dx,2eh
; unlock W83627H
Mov al,87h
Out dx,al
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Mov al,07h
; Select registers of watchdog timer
Out dx,al
Inc dx
Mov al,08h
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; Enable the function of watchdog timer
Mov al,30h
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Out dx,al
Inc dx
Mov al,01h
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; Enable watchdog timer to be strobed reset by keyboard
Mov al,0f7h
Out dx,al
Inc dx
In al,dx
Or al,40h
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; lock W83627HF
Mov al,0aah
Out dx,al
5. Generate a time-out signal without timer counting
;----------------------------------------------------------Mov dx,2eh
; unlock W83627H
Mov al,87h
Out dx,al
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Mov al,07h
; Select registers of watchdog timer
Out dx,al
Inc dx
Mov al,08h
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; Enable the function of watchdog timer
Mov al,30h
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Out dx,al
Inc dx
Mov al,01h
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; Generate a time-out signal
Mov al,0f7h
Out dx,al
;Write 1 to bit 5 of F7 register
Inc dx
In al,dx
Or al,20h
Out dx,al
;----------------------------------------------------------Dec dx
; lock W83627HF
Mov al,0aah
Out dx,al
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B
Pin Assignments
This appendix contains information of a
detailed or specialized nature. It includes:
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IDE Hard Drive Connector
Floppy Drive Connector
Parallel Port Connector
SCSI Connector
USB Connector
VGA Connector
Ethernet 10/100Base-T RJ-45
Connector
COM1/COM2 RS-232 Serial Port
Keyboard and Mouse Connector
External Keyboard Connector
IR Connector
CPU Fan Power Connector
Power LED and Keylock Connector
External Speaker Connector
Reset Connector
HDD LED Connector
ATX Feature Connector
ATX Soft Power Switch
H/W Monitor Alarm
SM Bus Connector
Extension I/O Board Connector
PS/2 Mouse Connector
System I/O Ports
DMA Channel Assignments
Interrupt Assignments
1st MB Memory Map
B.1
IDE Hard Drive Connector (CN1, CN2)
1 3
37 39
2 4
38 40
Table B-1: IDE hard drive connector (CN1, CN2)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
IDE RESET*
2
GND
3
DATA 7
4
DATA 8
5
DATA 6
6
DATA 9
7
DATA 5
8
DATA 10
9
DATA 4
10
DATA 11
11
DATA 3
12
DATA 12
13
DATA 2
14
DATA 13
15
DATA 1
16
DATA 14
17
DATA 0
18
DATA 15
19
SIGNAL GND
20
N/C
21
DISK DMA REQUEST
22
GND
23
IO WRITE
24
GND
25
IO READ
26
GND
27
IO CHANNEL READY
28
GND
29
HDACKO*
30
GND
31
IRQ14
32
N/C
33
ADDR 1
34
N/C
35
ADDR 0
36
ADDR 2
37
HARD DISK SELECT 0*
38
HARD DISK SELECT 1*
39
IDE ACTIVE*
40
GND
* low active
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B.2
Floppy Drive Connector (CN3)
33 31
3 1
34 32
4 2
Table B-2: Floppy drive connector (CN3)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
GND
2
FDHDIN*
3
GND
4
N/C
5
N/C
6
FDEDIN*
7
GND
8
INDEX*
9
GND
10
MOTOR 0*
11
GND
12
DRIVE SELECT 1*
13
GND
14
DRIVE SELECT 0*
15
GND
16
MOTOR 1*
17
GND
18
DIRECTION*
19
GND
20
STEP*
21
GND
22
WRITE DATA*
23
GND
24
WRITE GATE*
25
GND
26
TRACK 0*
27
GND
28
WRITE PROTECT*
29
GND
30
READ DATA*
31
GND
32
HEAD SELECT*
33
GND
34
DISK CHANGE*
* low active
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B.3
Parallel Port Connector (CN4)
13 12
2 1
26 25
15 14
Table B-3: Parallel port connector (CN4)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
STROBE*
14
AUTOFD*
2
D0
15
ERR
3
D1
16
INIT*
4
D2
17
SLCTINI*
5
D3
18
GND
6
D4
19
GND
7
D5
20
GND
8
D6
21
GND
9
D7
22
GND
10
ACK*
23
GND
11
BUSY
24
GND
12
PE
25
GND
13
SLCT
26
N/C
* low active
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B.4
SCSI Connector (CN5)
34 33
2 1
68 67
36 35
Table B-4: SCSI connector (CN5)
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
Function
SD+12
SD+13
SD+14
SD+15
SDP+1
SD+0
SD+1
SD+2
SD+3
SD+4
SD+5
SD+6
SD+7
SDP+0
GND
DIFS
TPWEX
TPWEX
NC
GND
SATN+
GND
SBSY+
SACK+
SRST+
SMSG+
SSEL+
SCD+
SREQ+
SIO+
SD+8
SD+9
SD+10
SD+11
Pin
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
Function
SD-12
SD-13
SD-14
SD-15
SDP-1
SD-0
SD-1
SD-2
SD-3
SD-4
SD-5
SD-6
SD-7
SDP-0
GND
SENIN
TPWEX
TPWEX
NC
GND
SATNGND
SBSYSACKSRSTSMSGSSELSCDSREQSIOSD-8
SD-9
SD-10
SD-11
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B.5
USB Connector (CN6)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Table B-5: USB1/USB2 connector (CN6)
Pin
USB1 Signal
Pin
USB2 Signal
1
+5 V
6
+5 V
2
UV-
7
UV-
3
UV+
8
UV+
4
GND
9
GND
5
Chassis GND
10
N/C
B.6
VGA Connector (CN7)
5
1
10
6
15
11
Table B-6: VGA connector (CN7)
132
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
RED
9
VCC
2
GREEN
10
GND
3
BLUE
11
N/C
4
N/C
12
SDT
5
GND
13
H-SYNC
6
GND
14
V-SYNC
7
GND
15
SCK
8
GND
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B.7
Ethernet 10/100Base-T RJ-45
Connector (CN8, CN34)
Table B-7: Ethernet 10/100Base-T RJ-45 connector (CN8, CN34)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
XMT+
5
N/C
2
XMT-
6
RCV-
3
RCV+
7
N/C
4
N/C
8
N/C
B.8
COM1/COM2 RS-232 Serial Port
(CN9, CN10)
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9
5
4 3
2
1
10 9 8
7
6
Table B-8: COM1/COM2 RS-232 serial port (CN9, CN10)
Pin
Signal
1
DCD
2
RXD
3
TXD
4
DTR
5
GND
6
DSR
7
RTS
8
CTS
9
RI
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B.9
Keyboard and Mouse Connnector
(CN11)
6
5
4
3
2
1
Table B-9: Keyboard and mouse connector (CN11)
Pin
Signal
1
KB DATA
2
MS DATA
3
GND
4
VCC
5
KB CLOCK
6
MS CLOCK
B.10 External Keyboard Connector (CN12)
Table B-10: External keyboard connector (CN12)
Pin
134
Signal
1
CLK
2
DATA
3
NC
4
GND
5
VCC
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B.11 IR Connector (CN13)
9
7 5
3
1
10 8 6
4
2
Table B-11: IR connector (CN13)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
+5 V
2
N/C
3
FIRRX
4
CIRRX
5
IR_RX
6
+5VSB
7
GND
8
N/C
9
IR_TX
10
N/C
B.12 CPU Fan Power Connector (CN14)
1
Table B-12: CPU fan power connector (CN14)
Pin
Signal
1
GND
2
+12 V
3
Detect
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B.13 Power LED and Keylock Connector
(CN16)
You can use an LED to indicate when the CPU card is on. Pin 1 of
CN16 supplies the LED's power, and Pin 3 is the ground.
You can use a switch (or a lock) to disable the keyboard so that the
PC will not respond to any input. This is useful if you do not want
anyone to change or stop a program which is running. Simply
connect the switch from Pin 4 to Pin 5 of CN16.
Table B-13: Power LED and keylock connector (CN16)
Pin
Function
1
LED power (+5 V)
2
NC
3
GND
4
Keyboard lock
5
GND
B.14 External Speaker Connector (CN17)
The CPU card has its own buzzer. You can also connect it to the
external speaker on your computer chassis.
Table B-14: External speaker (CN17)
Pin
136
Function
1
+5 V CC
2
GND
3
Internal buzzer
4
Speaker out
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B.15 Reset Connector (CN18)
1
Table B-15: Reset connector (CN18)
Pin
Signal
1
RESET
2
GND
B.16 HDD LED Connector (CN19)
1
Table B-16: HDD LED connector (CN19)
Pin
Signal
1
LED0 (LED-)
2
Vcc(LED+)
B.17 ATX Feature Connector (CN20)
1
Table B-17: ATX feature connector (CN20)
Pin
Signal
1
PS-ON
2
VCC
3
VCCSB
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B.18 ATX Soft Power Switch (CN21)
1
Table B-18: ATX soft power switch (CN21)
Pin
Signal
1
5VSB
2
PWR-BTN
B.19 H/W Monitor Alarm (CN22)
Table B-19: H/W monitor alarm (CN22)
Pin
Signal
1
VCC (LED+)
2
LED0 (LED-)
B.20 SM Bus Connector (CN23)
1
Table B-20: ATX soft power switch (CN21)
138
Pin
Signal
1
SMB_CLK
2
SMB_DATA
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B.21 Extension I/O Board Connector (CN27)
Table B-21: Extension I/O board connector (CN27)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
D+ (USB3)
11
D- (USB1)
2
D+ (USB2)
12
D- (USB0)
3
D- (USB3)
13
Vcc (USB1)
4
D- (USB2)
14
Vcc (USB0)
5
Vcc (USB3)
15
GND (USB1)
6
Vcc (USB2)
16
GND (USB0)
7
GND (USB3)
17
5VSB
8
GND (USB2)
18
ACT LED (LAN2)
9
D+ (USB1)
19
LINK (LAN 2)
10
D+ (USB0)
20
SPEED-100Mbps
(LAN 2)
B.22 Extension I/O Board Connector (CN28)
Table B-22: Extension I/O board connector (CN28)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
TXC+ (DVI)
11
TX0+ (DVI)
2
TXC- (DVI)
12
TX0- (DVI)
3
FP_SDAT (DVI)
13
TXD+ (LAN2)
4
FP_SCLK (DVI)
14
GND
5
H_DEC (DVI)
15
RXIN+ (LAN2)
6
FP_VCC (DVI)
16
TXD- (LAN2)
7
TX2+ (DVI)
17
MS DATA (PS/2 MS)
8
TX2- (DVI)
18
RXIN- (LAN2)
9
TX1+ (DVI)
19
MS CLOCK (PS/2 MS)
10
TX1- (DVI)
20
MS_VCC (PS/2 MS)
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B.23 PS/2 Mouse Connector (CN33)
6
5
4
3
2
1
Table B-23: PS/2 mouse connector (CN33)
140
Pin
Signal
1
MS DATA
2
N/C
3
GND
4
VCC
5
MS CLOCK
6
N/C
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B.24 System I/O Ports
Table B-24: System I/O ports
Addr. range (Hex) Device
000-01F
DMA controller
020-021
Interrupt controller 1, master
022-023
Chipset address
040-05F
8254 timer
060-06F
8042 (keyboard controller)
070-07F
Real-time clock, non-maskable interrupt (NMI)
mask
080-09F
DMA page register
0A0-0BF
Interrupt controller 2
0C0-0DF
DMA controller
0F0
Clear math co-processor
0F1
Reset math co-processor
0F8-0FF
Math co-processor
1F0-1F8
Fixed disk
200-207
Game I/O
278-27F
Parallel printer port 2 (LPT3)
290-297
On-board hardware monitor
2F8-2FF
Serial port 2
300-31F
Prototype card
360-36F
Reserved
378-37F
Parallel printer port 1 (LPT2)
380-38F
SDLC, bisynchronous 2
3A0-3AF
Bisynchronous 1
3B0-3BF
Monochrome display and printer adapter (LPT1)
3C0-3CF
Reserved
3D0-3DF
Color/graphics monitor adapter
3F0-3F7
Diskette controller
3F8-3FF
Serial port 1
2E-2F
Watchdog timer
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B.25 DMA Channel Assignments
Table B-25: DMA channel assignments
Channel
Function
0
Available
1
Available
2
Floppy disk (8-bit transfer)
3
Available
4
Cascade for DMA controller 1
5
Available
6
Available
7
Available
B.26 Interrupt Assignments
Table B-26: Interrupt assignments
142
Priority
Interrupt#
Interrupt source
1
NMI
Parity error detected
2
IRQ0
Interval timer
3
IRQ1
Keyboard
-
IRQ2
Interrupt from controller 2 (cascade)
4
IRQ8
Real-time clock
5
IRQ9
Cascaded to INT 0A (IRQ 2)
6
IRQ10
Available
7
IRQ11
Available
8
IRQ12
PS/2 mouse
9
IRQ13
INT from co-processor
10
IRQ14
Fixed disk controller
11
IRQ15
Available
12
IRQ3
Serial communication port 2
13
IRQ4
Serial communication port 1
14
IRQ5
Parallel port 2
15
IRQ6
Diskette controller (FDC)
16
IRQ7
Parallel port 1 (print port)
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B.27 1st MB Memory Map
Table B-27: 1st MB memory map
Addr. range (Hex)
Device
F0000h - FFFFFh
System ROM
C8000h - EFFFFh
Unused
C0000h - C7FFFh
VGA BIOS
B8000h - BFFFFh
CGA/EGA/VGA text
B0000h - B7FFFh
Unused
A0000h - AFFFFh
EGA/VGA graphics
00000h - 9FFFFh
Base memory
B.28 PCI Bus Map
Table B-28: PCI bus map
Function
Signals:
Device ID
INT# pin
Onboard LAN1
AD24
INT E
Onboard LAN2
AD21
INT H
GNT A
Onboard SCSI
AD20
INT A
GNT E
Bridge
AD22
PCI slot 1
AD31
INT B, C, D, A
GNT A
PCI slot 2
AD30
INT C, D, A, B
GNT B
PCI slot 3
AD29
INT D, A, B, C
GNT C
PCI slot 4
AD28
INT A, B, C, D
GNT D
GNT# pin
GNT F
Note: In the PCA-6180E2/F, LAN devices use "GNT A" signals via
PCI slot 1. Therefore, PCI slot 1 cannot be used for plug-in
bus master add-on cards such as SCSI cards or LAN cards.
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APPENDIX
C
Security Driver
Installation Guide
This appendix contains information on the
security driver quick installation guide. It
includes:
• Security Driver Installation
Instructions
• Additional Information and Assistance
C.1 Security Driver
The Intel(R) Security Driver installs to the target system the Windows* driver files for the Intel(R) 82802 Firmware Hub component. It
provides access to the Hardware Random Number Generator located in
the Firmware Hub device. Your system must have one of these
operating systems:
Windows 95
4.00.950c (OSR2.5 with or without USB Supplement)
Windows 98
4.10.1998 (Original release)
Windows 98
4.10.2222 (Original release)
Second Edition
Windows NT 4.0 4.00.1381 (Original release)
Windows 2000 5.00.2195 (Original release)
To find out what OS is on your system, do this:
a. Click on Start.
b. Select Settings.
c. Select Control Panel.
d. Double-click on the System icon.
e. Click on the General system properties tab.
f. Verify which OS has been installed by reading
the System information.
Note:Your system memory must have at least 32MB
available.There must be sufficient hard disk space in
the <TEMP> directory (typicallyC:\WINDOWS\TEMP)
of the system on which this software is
installed.Please check with your vendor to determine
which OS and Intel chipset are used in your system.
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C.2 Software Installation
This software can be installed in three modes: Interactive, Silent, or via
the Simple Installation method. The Interactive Mode requires user
input during installation; the Silent Mode does not. The Simple
Installation method copies over the key driver files and README.TXT
for a simple or "Have Disk" installation.
Additionally, this software offers a set of command line flag options
that enable extended installation functionality. The command line flags
are not case-sensitive. See Section 3C for detailed descriptions of
these flags.
C.2.1 Interactive Mode Installation
1. Check the System Requirements. The operating system must be
fully installed and running on the system befor running this
sofware.
2. Close any running applications. Otherwise, you may experience
difficulties.
3. Run the InstallShield* installation program:
Compressed .ZIP distribution: SETUP.EXE
4. You will be prompted to agree to the license agreement. If you do
not agree, the Installer will exit before extracting any files.
5. Follow the on-screen instructions and use the default
settings to complete the setup, once the operating
system has rebooted.
6. This completes the installation of the Intel(R) Security Driver.
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C.2.2 Silent Mode Installation
1. Check the System Requirements. The operating system
must be fully installed and running on the system before
running this software.
2. Close any running applications. Otherwise, you may
experience difficulties.
3. Run the InstallShield installation program:
Compressed .ZIP distribution : SETUP.EXE -s
4. The utility will perform the necessary updates and record
the installation status in the following system registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Intel\Intel Security Driver
5. NOTE: The system MUST be rebooted for all device updates
to take effect.
6. To determine whether the install was successful, verify
the 'install' value in the registry key specified in Step 4.
The following table describes the various parameter values:
Value
Type
------ ----
Data
----
Description
-----------
"install" String "success"
"fail"
The installation was successful.
The installation was not
successful.
No files were copied to the system.
"reboot" String "REBOOT"
A reboot is required to complete
the installation.
"No"
No reboot is required to complete
the installation.
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"version" String <varies>
Current version number of the
Intel(R) Security Driver
C.2.2 AVAILABLE COMMAND LINE FLAG OPTIONS
The Intel(R) Security Driver supports command line flags for
various installation options.
All command line flags and parameters must be separated by a
space, except for the language code after the '-L' flag.
Below is a list of the available command line flags that
may be used with the program call. Note that the '-L' and
the '-S' flags MUST be specified at the end of the command line
flag list.
Flag
----
Description
-----------
-L<LangCode> Forces the InstallShield user interface to
display the specified language during setup.
Note that there should be NO spaces between '-L'
and the 4-digit language code (see below). This
flag and the '-S' flag must be placed at the end
of the command line flag list. This parameter
works in Interactive mode only.
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-S
Runs the Installer in silent mode. No user interface
is displayed. This flag and the '-L' flag
must be placed at the end of the command line
flag list.
Below are the language codes used with the '-L' flag:
Language
--------
<LangCode>
----------
Chinese (PRC)
0804
Chinese (Taiwan)
0404
Danish
0006
Dutch
0013
English (US)
0409
English (UK - International) 0809
Finnish
000B
French (Standard)
040C
French (Canadian)
0C0C
German
Italian
0007
0010
Japanese
0011
Korean
0012
Norwegian
Polish
0014
0015
Portuguese (Brazilian)
Portuguese (Standard)
Russian
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0019
0416
0816
Spanish
000A
Swedish
001D
Thai
001E
C.3 VERIFYING INSTALLATION OF THE SOFTWARE
Run Device Manager to verify the correct installation and
usage of the Intel(R) Security Driver.
For Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows 98 Second Edition:
1. Click on Start.
2. Select Settings.
3. Select Control Panel.
4. Double-click on System icon.
5. Click on Device Manager tab.
6. Click on View Devices by Type button.
7. Click on System Devices.
8. Click on "Intel(R) 82802 Firmware Hub Device"
9. Select the Properties button.
10. The Device Status dialog should indicate:
"The device is working properly."
11. Select the Driver tab.
12. Click on the Driver File Details button.
13. A list of installed drivers will be displayed. The
"isecdrv.sys" should be listed.
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NOTE: if either the Driver File Details button, or the
"isecdrv.sys" listing is not present, the driver is not
currently installed on the system.
For Windows NT 4.0:
1. Click on Start.
2. Click on Settings.
3. Select Control Panel.
4. Double-click on Devices icon.
5. Scroll through the listed devices to locate the "Isecdrv"
device.
"Isecdrv" device should be listed as follows:
Isecdrv
Started Automatic
For Windows 2000:
1. Click on Start.
2. Select Settings.
3. Select Control Panel.
4. Double-click on System icon.
5. Click on Hardware tab.
6. Click on Device Manager button.
7. Click on System Devices.
8. Click on "Intel(R) 82802 Firmware Hub Device"
9. Select the Properties button.
10. The device should be listed as working with no issues.
11. Select the Driver tab.
12. The "File Version" entry will display the version number
of the software currently installed on this system.
The "Manufacturer" entry will display the manufacturer
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of the software currently installed on this system.
* 5. CONTENTS OF THE DISTRIBUTION PACKAGE
The Intel(R) Security Driver package contains the following
items:
File(s)
------ISECDRV_AUTOL.ZIP
ISECDRV_ENU.ZIP
README.TXT
After installation on any system one or more of the following files
are copied to the <InstallPath>\Document directory:
README.TXT
LICENSE.TXT*
INSTRUCT.TXT
VERSION.TXT
* NOTE: This file is only copied to the system if driver setup
is invoked with the "-s" flag.
After installation on a Windows 95 system, the following files
are copied
1. to the <Windows>\SYSTEM directory:
ISECDRV.VXD
2. to the <Windows>\INF directory:
ISD_95.INF
After installation on a Windows NT 4.0 system,
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the following files are copied
to the <Windows>\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS directory:
ISECDRV.SYS
After installation on a Windows 98, Windows 98 SE,
or Windows 2000 system, the following INF files are copied
1. to the <Windows>\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS directory:
ISECDRV.SYS
2. to the <Windows>\INF directory:
ISD_WDM.INF
3. to the <Windows>\CATROOT directory on
ISD_WDM.CAT
C.4 IDENTIFYING THE SOFTWARE VERSION
NUMBER
The software version of the Intel(R) Security Driver can be
obtained by the following procedure:
For Windows 98 and Windows 98 Second Edition:
1. Click on Start.
2. Select Settings.
3. Select Control Panel.
4. Double-click on System icon.
5. Click on Device Manager tab.
6. Click on View Devices by Type button.
7. Click on System Devices.
8. Click on "Intel(R) 82802 Firmware Hub Device"
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9. Select the Properties button.
10. The Device Status dialog should indicate:
"The device is working properly."
11. Select the Driver tab.
12. Click on the Driver File Details button.
13. A list of installed drivers will be displayed. The
"isecdrv.sys" should be listed. Select the "isecdrv.sys"
entry.
14. The "File Version" entry will display the version number
of the software currently installed on this system.
The "Manufacturer" entry will display the manufacturer
of the software currently installed on this system.
NOTE: if either the Driver File Details button, or
the "isecdrv.sys" listing is not present, the driver is not
currently installed on the system.
For Windows NT 4.0:
1. Click on Start.
2. Click on Programs.
3. Select Windows Explorer
4. Select the following file:
<Windows>\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\ISECDRV.SYS
5. On the main menu, select File.
6. Select Properties.
7. The file information should be listed.
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For Windows 2000:
1. Click on Start.
2. Select Settings.
3. Select Control Panel.
4. Double-click on System icon.
5. Click on Hardware tab.
6. Click on Device Manager button.
7. Click on System Devices.
8. Click on "Intel(R) 82802 Firmware Hub Device"
9. Select the Properties button.
10. The device should be listed as working with no issues.
11. Select the Driver tab.
12. The "File Version" entry will display the version number
of the software currently installed on this system.
The "Manufacturer" entry will display the manufacturer
of the software currently installed on this system.
For Windows 95:
1. Click on Start.
2. Click on Programs.
3. Select Windows Explorer
4. Select the following file:
<Windows>\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\ISECDRV.VXD
5. On the main menu, select File.
6. Select Properties.
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7. The file information should be listed.
C.4 UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
NOTE: This procedure assumes that the above installation
process was successful. This uninstall procedure is
specific only to the version of the driver and
installation file included in this package.
To uninstall the Intel Security Driver and associated
documentation (following an installation), do the following:
1. Click on Start.
2. Select Settings.
3. Select Control Panel.
4. Double-click on the Add/Remove Programs icon.
5. Click the "Intel Security Driver" item in the list window,
then click the Add/Remove... button.
C.5 TROUBLESHOOTING
It is assumed that the system requirements in Section 2
above have been satisfied.
Issue:
System locks up during Device Manager Remove or
during restart.
Solution: System lockup can occur during Restart as a
result of several possible system issues. In
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the event of system lockup, restart the machine
and view Device Manager. If devices are listed
properly and the system experiences no further
problems, then the .INF file restore process was
successful. If devices are not configured
correctly, try re-running the procedures outlined
in Section 3.
If this does not fix problems or further
problems are experienced, reinstall the
operating system.
Issue:
After performing the silent install, the
HKLM\Software\Intel\Isecdrv key was not created
or the data of the value "install" is not
"success".
Solution: This is caused by one of the following scenarios:
- The current system does not contain
a supported operating system, or
- The current system does not contain
a supported chipset.
Verify the System Requirements in Section 2.
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