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APOLLO 120 /150 IV
12.1”/15.0” or 15.1” TFT
Socket 478 Celeron/Pentium® IV
Plastic-housing Panel PC with
Versatile
Stand design
User’s Manual
(Version 2305)
Copyright Notice
This document is copyrighted 2003 by the Manufacturer.
The information provided in this document has been
carefully checked and is accurate at the time of publication.
However, the Manufacturer assumes no responsibility for
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that may result from its use.
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means without the prior written permission of the
Manufacturer. Further, this publication and features
described herein are subject to change without notice.
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document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
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All rights reserved.
Printed in Taiwan
Unpacking
After unpacking the APOLLO 120/150 IV carton, check
and see if the following items are included and in good
condition.
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APOLLO IV main system
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Accessories
- Power cord (90o)
x
- External FDD cable (optional)
x
- External 5V/12V DC power cable (optional) x
- Utilities & drivers & user manual CD diskette x
(for touchscreen drivers, please download the
updated drivers from the following website
http://www.3m.com or
http://www.elotouch.com or
http://www.eturbotouch.com
- Base knob with rubber cushion
x
- Panel mounting kit (optional)
x
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Make sure that all of the items listed above are present. If
any of the above items is missing, contact your dealer
immediately.
Warranty
All products manufactured by the Manufacturer. are
warranted against defective materials and workmanship for
one year starting from the date of delivery to the original
purchaser. However, warranty or service will not be
extended if 1). the product is repaired, modified or altered
unless such repair, modification or alteration is authorized
by the Manufacturer; or 2). the product serial number or
warranty label is defaced or missing; or 3). the product is
not properly used.
Important Safety Precautions
Before getting started, read these instructions and save
them for later reference.
1.
2.
3.
Turn off the computer before cleaning. Clean with a
damp or dry cloth only. Do not spray any liquid cleaner
on screen directly.
The power outlet socket used to plug in the computer
power cord must be located near the system and easily
accessible. Do not use outlets on the same circuit of
the systems that regularly switched on and off.
Make sure the voltage of the power source is correct
before connecting the computer to the power outlet.
4.
If the computer is sharing an extension cord with other
devices, make sure the total ampere rating of the
devices plugged into the extension cord does not
exceed the cord’ s ampere rating.
5.
Do not expose the power cord, extension cord and
power outlet to moisture.
6.
Install the computer on a reliable surface to prevent
damage caused by dropping.
7.
This computer is not equipped with an operating
system. An operating system must be loaded first
before installing any software into the computer.
8.
Disconnect the power cord from the computer before
any installation. Make sure both the computer and the
external devices are turned off. The sudden surge of
power may ruin any sensitive components. Also make
sure the computer is properly grounded.
9.
During installation of any internal components, be sure
to ground yourself to keep from any static charge.
Most electronic components are sensitive to the static
electric charge. Use a grounding wrist strap and place
all electronic components in any static-shielded
devices.
10. The openings on the computer enclosure are for the
cabin ventilation to prevent the computer from
overheating. DO NOT COVER THE OPENINGS.
11. The brightness of the flat panel display will decrease
with use. However, hours of use will vary depending on
the application environment.
12. If the computer is equipped with a touch panel, avoid
using sharp objects to operate the touch panel.
Scratches on the touch panel may cause
mal-calibration or non-function to the panel.
13. The LCD panel display is not subject to shock or
vibration. When assembling the computer, make sure
it is securely installed.
Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION............................................. 1-1
1.1.
GENERAL INFORMATION ..................................1-2
1.2.
WHAT COVERS IN THIS MANUAL.........................1-3
1.3.
SPECIFICATIONS ...........................................1-5
1.4.
DIMENSIONS ............................................. 1-10
1.4.1. APOLLO 120 ........................................ 1-10
1.4.2. APOLLO 150 ........................................ 1-11
2. USING THE SYSTEM ..................................... 2-13
2.1.
IDENTIFYING THE SYSTEM .............................. 2-14
2.1.1. Front View........................................... 2-14
2.1.2. Side Views........................................... 2-15
2.1.3. I/O Outlets .......................................... 2-16
2.2.
SYSTEM SETUP FOR THE FIRST-TIME USE ............ 2-17
2.2.1. Installation Procedures.......................... 2-17
2.2.2. Running the BIOS Setup ....................... 2-18
2.2.3. Operating System and Driver Installation 2-19
3. VERSATILE STANDING & MOUNT OPTIONS . 3-21
3.1.
VERSATILE STAND ....................................... 3-22
3.1.1. Standing Upright .................................. 3-22
3.1.2. 45 to 900 Free Standing ........................ 3-22
3.1.3. Fixed Standing ..................................... 3-23
3.1.4. Cable Management ............................... 3-24
3.2.
WALL MOUNTING AND MOBILE APPLICATIONS....... 3-25
3.3.
PANEL MOUNTING ....................................... 3-27
3.4.
KIOSK INTEGRATION .................................. 3-28
4. I/O CONNECTION ........................................ 4-29
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
4.4.
4.5.
4.6.
4.7.
4.8.
4.9.
4.10.
4.11.
4.12.
4.13.
4.14.
PARALLEL PORT .......................................... 4-30
COM PORTS X 4 ........................................ 4-31
100/10 BASE-T ETHERNET (RJ-45)................ 4-33
VGA INTERFACE ......................................... 4-33
PS/2 KEYBOARD INTERFACE........................... 4-34
PS/2 MOUSE INTERFACE ............................... 4-34
EXTERNAL FDD (DB-15) ............................. 4-35
+5V/12V DC-OUT .................................... 4-36
VR BRIGHTNESS CONTROL ............................ 4-36
DIO (DIGITAL INPUT & OUTPUT) .................... 4-37
AUDIO INTERFACE (LINE-IN, MIC-IN, SPK-OUT) . 4-39
USB PORTS .............................................. 4-39
IR KEYBOARD SENSOR (OPTIONAL) .................. 4-39
AC INLET/POWER SWITCH............................. 4-39
5. HARDWARE INSTALLATION AND UPGRADE . 5-41
5.1.
RECOGNIZING THE SYSTEM MAJOR PARTS ........... 5-43
5.2.
INSTALLING THE CPU ................................... 5-45
5.3.
INSTALLING THE DDR MEMORY MODULE ............ 5-46
5.4.
MOTHERBOARD ASSEMBLY ............................. 5-47
5.5.
TOUCH CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY ....................... 5-48
5.6.
HDD MODULE ASSEMBLY .............................. 5-49
5.7.
TOUCHSCREEN OR FRONT BEZEL ASSEMBLY ......... 5-50
5.8.
LCD MODULE ASSEMBLY ............................... 5-52
5.9.
CD-ROM/DVD-ROM/FDD MODULE ASSEMBLY .. 5-57
5.9.1. Internal CD-ROM/FDD Assembly ............ 5-57
5.9.2. External FDD Connection....................... 5-59
5.10. POWER MODULE ASSEMBLY ............................ 5-60
5.11. EXPANSION OUTLETS & RISER CARD ASSEMBLY .... 5-62
5.12. BACK PANEL ASSEMBLY ................................. 5-63
5.13. STAND MODULE ASSEMBLY ............................. 5-64
6. SYSTEM MOTHERBOARD & I/O BOARD ........ 6-67
6.1.
APOLLO IV MOTHERBOARD .......................... 6-68
6.1.1. General Information ............................. 6-68
6.1.2. Specifications....................................... 6-69
6.1.3. Locating Jumpers & Connectors.............. 6-71
6.1.4. Jumpers & Jumper Setting..................... 6-72
6.1.4.1. DOC 2000 Address Setting (JP2)....... 6-73
6.1.4.2. Clear CMOS (JP12).......................... 6-73
6.1.4.3. COM 2 232/422/485 Setting............. 6-73
6.1.4.4. SW1: LCD Display Resolution Select .. 6-73
6.1.5. Connectors & Pin Assignment................. 6-74
6.1.5.1. ATXP1: ATX Power connector............ 6-75
6.1.5.2. ATXP2: ATX +12V Power connector ... 6-75
6.1.5.3. CD1: CD Audio IN .......................... 6-76
6.1.5.4. JP15: Power LED & Suspend LED ...... 6-76
6.1.5.5. IR1: IR / CIR Connector .................. 6-76
6.1.5.6. J1: Power LED & KB ........................ 6-77
6.1.5.7. SW1: ATX Power ON/OFF & Reset ..... 6-77
6.1.5.8. COM3 ............................................ 6-77
6.1.5.9. CN3: LCD Connector ....................... 6-78
6.1.5.10. INV1: LCD Inverter Connector ......... 6-79
6.1.5.11. FDD1: FDD connector..................... 6-79
6.1.5.12. IDE1/IDE2: Primary/Secondary HDD . 6-80
6.1.5.13. SCSI 1: PRT/Serial Port/DIO Port ...... 6-81
6.1.5.14. SCSI 2: KB/MS/VGA/LAN USB/FDD ... 6-82
6.1.5.15. CN4: PCI/ISA Expansion Slot............ 6-83
6.1.5.16. JP13: Ext. SMI Connector ................ 6-85
6.2.
APOLLO IV I/O BOARD .............................. 6-86
6.2.1. Locating Jumpers & Connectors.............. 6-86
6.2.2. Jumpers & Jumper Setting..................... 6-87
6.2.2.1. JP1: Keyboard Power Select ............ 6-87
6.2.2.2. COM port Power Selection ................ 6-87
6.2.3. Connectors & Pin Assignment................. 6-88
6.2.3.1. KB1: PS/2 Keyboard Connector ........ 6-89
6.2.3.2. KBMS: PS/2 Mouse ......................... 6-89
6.2.3.3. COM1, COM2, COM4: DB-9 ............. 6-89
6.2.3.4. CN1: DC Power Output ................... 6-90
6.2.3.5. LPT1: D-SUB-25 Parallel Port............ 6-90
6.2.3.6. CRT1: VGA (D-SUB 15 Pin) .............. 6-90
6.2.3.7. FDD1: External FDD Connector....... 6-91
6.2.3.8. J11: USB 1, USB2 Connector.......... 6-91
6.2.3.9. DIO1: RJ-11 Connector ................... 6-91
6.2.3.10. LAN1: RJ-45 Ethernet Connector ...... 6-91
6.2.3.11. MIC1 ............................................. 6-92
6.2.3.12. LINE 1 ........................................... 6-92
6.2.3.13. SPK 1 ............................................ 6-92
6.2.3.14. SCSI 1: PRT Port/Serial Port/DIO Port6-93
6.2.3.15. SCSI 2: KB/MS/VGA/LAN USB/FDD ... 6-94
7. AWARD BIOS SETUP .................................... 7-95
7.1.
AWARD BIOS............................................ 7-96
7.2.
CONTROL KEY DEFINITION ............................. 7-97
7.3.
GETTING HELP ........................................... 7-98
7.3.1. Main Menu........................................... 7-98
7.4.
AWARD BIOS SETUP ................................. 7-98
7.4.1. AWARD BIOS Setup Main Menu.............. 7-98
7.4.2. Standard CMOS Features..................... 7-100
7.4.3. Advanced BIOS Features ..................... 7-103
7.4.4. Advanced Chipset Features.................. 7-107
7.4.5. Integrated Peripherals ........................ 7-109
7.4.6. Power Management Setup ................... 7-113
7.4.7. PnP/PCI Configuration......................... 7-114
7.4.8. PC Health Status ................................ 7-116
7.4.9. Frequency Voltage Control................... 7-117
7.4.10. Load Fail-Safe Defaults ....................... 7-118
7.4.11. Load Optimized Defaults...................... 7-119
7.4.12. User Password ................................... 7-120
7.4.13. Save and Exit Setup ........................... 7-121
7.4.14. Exit Without Saving ............................ 7-122
8. SOFTWARE & DRIVERS INSTALLATION ..... 8-123
8.1.
SYSTEM CHIPSET DRIVERS ........................... 8-124
8.2.
IDE ACCELERATION DRIVERS ....................... 8-124
8.3.
ETHERNET DRIVERS ................................... 8-125
8.4.
PC 710 AGP XGA ................................... 8-126
8.5.
AUDIO SETUP .......................................... 8-127
8.6.
TOUCHSCREEN DRIVERS .............................. 8-128
8.7.
DRIVER INSTALLATION ................................ 8-129
APPENDIX .......................................................... 8-130
A: LCD SPECIFICATION ......................................... 8-130
B: DISKONCHIP INSTALLATION .............................. 8-133
C: WAKE-ON-LAN .............................................. 8-135
D: FIRST MB MEMORY MAP .................................... 8-138
E: POWER SUPPLY................................................ 8-139
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1. INTRODUCTION
This chapter provides background
information and detail specification on
the APOLLO 120/150 IV. Sections in this
chapter include:
u General Information
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What covers in this Manual
Specification
Dimension
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1.1. General Information
The information revolution which started from the mid ’90
inaugurated a new competitive era where consumercomputing technology was exploited to business operation
quicker than ever before. Many enterprises from our life
related industries such as POS, POI, KIOSK, Banking,
Medical to the high-tech Telecom, Aerospace,
Semiconductor … etc. all are eager or forced to automate
their industries with PCs in order to thrive in this new age. For
their industrial automation, there is one thing in common, i.e.
space is always a premium and system stability is always a
must in their environmental applications.
The APOLLO 120/150 is a 12.1"/15.0” or 15.1" TFT Intel
Celeron/Pentium III/Pentium IV plastic-housing multimedia
panel PC system. With a 150W or 200W ATX power supply as
its engine, the APOLLO is a genuine P4 panel PC designed for
high performance multimedia application. Featuring with
versatile stand design for different environmental
applications, the APOLLO itself can be used as a
ready-to-play system by connecting to necessary peripherals.
By integrating the APOLLO system to the special designed
HERCULUS KIOSK, the complete system is widely used for
KIOSK integration. It also provides 2 sets of VESA holes for
market-available swing arms for mobile application.
In terms of panel size, the APOLLO has 12.1” and 15.0” or
15.1” systems. In terms of system engine, the APOLLO also
have two versions, one APOLLO IV, Pentium IV system and
the other APOLLO IV, Pentium IV system. To upgrade the
system, simply replace the motherboard.
Fully configurable and with its sleek outlook, the APOLLO is
an ideal platform for any space-constricted application.
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1.2. What Covers in this Manual
This handbook contains most information you need to set up
and use the APOLLO IV system. You do not need to read
everything in this handbook to use the system.
For a quick start, see the following chapter summaries;
Chapter 1 (the current chapter) provides background
information and detail specification on the
APOLLO 120/150 IV.
Chapter 2 identifies the APOLLO IV system exterior
components and provides instructions to help
you to use the system as soon as possible.
Chapter 3 details the panel PC’s various standing and
mounting options by graphical illustrations.
Chapter 4 provides the procedures to connect external
devices to the I/O interface
Chapter 5 helps you to recognize the APOLLO system
internal components. It also provides the
installation procedures including LCD,
touchscreen, power supply module, CPU, system
memory, FDD, HDD and CD-ROM drive.
Chapter 6 provides detail information of the jumper settings
and connector signals of the system control
board.
Chapter 7 explains the AWARD BIOS setup.
Chapter 8 introduces the Ethernet, XGA and audio drivers.
Chapter 9 details the procedures to install the touchscreen
software drivers under DOS and Windows
operation
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Appendix A details the 12.1”/15.0” or 15.1” LCD
specifications.
Appendix B introduces the DiskOnChip installation.
Appendix C introduces the Wake-On-LAN feature.
Appendix D explains the first MB memory map.
Appendix E provides the specifications for the built-in power
supply.
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1.3. Specifications
APOLLO IV: 12.1”/15.0” or 15.1” TFT Intel ®
Celeron/Pentium IV Plastic-housing Panel PC
with Versatile Stand design
SYSTEM
Flat Panel
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APOLLO 120:
Viewing angle
12.1” color TFT, 800*600
100
Luminance (cd/m2)
Simultaneous mode
APOLLO 150:
Viewing angle
Luminance (cd/m2)
150 or above
yes
15.0”/15.1” color TFT, 1024*768
120
250/200 or above, optional
high-luminance model
yes
Simultaneous mode
CPU (Socket 478)
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Intel Pentium IV mPGA 2.26GHz-3.06GHz/533MHz
Intel Pentium IV mPGA 1.8GHz-2.4GHz/400MHz
Intel Celeron mPGA 1.7GHz-2.0GHz/400MHz
System Chipset
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Intel 845GV/ICH4
System BIOS
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Award PnP Flash BIOS
System Memory
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1*184 pin DDR socket supporting system
memory up to 1GB
L2 Cache
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CPU built-in 256K/512K
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Standard I/O
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Serial ports*4: COM 1, 2 & 4 with +5V/12 power
output on pin #9, COM 3 internal type reserved for
touchscreen, COM2 RS-232/485 jumper selectable
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Parallel Port*1: supports SPP/EPP/ECP
External FDD Interface*1
+5V/+12V DC-out*1
PS/2 Keyboard Interface*1
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PS/2 Mouse Interface*1
DIO: Input*2, output*2
USB port*2 supporting USB 2.0 devices
VGA Interface*1
Brightness VR*1
Speaker-out, MIC-in, Line in
Ethernet
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100/10 Base-T Ethernet with RJ-45 phone jack
Supports WAKE-ON-LAN
Watchdog Timer
Display
u Integrated 2D/3D graphics engine, 4X AGP
u Share system memory architecture able to utilize the
display memory size up to 64MB
u Supporting LCD/VGA
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Audio Function
u Full duplex and independent sample rate converter for
audio recording & playback
u Supports Microsoft DirectSound
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3D positional audio effects
Hi-performance, mixed-signal, stereo
MIC-In, Speaker-Out, Line-In
Pin header for CD-audio in
Hardware Monitor
Monitoring processor & system
Monitoring 5VSB, VBAT, 1.5V, 3.3V, +5V, +12V, -12V, and
processor voltages
u Monitoring processor, chassis fan speeds
u Controlling processor and chassis fan speed and failure
alarm
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Automatic fan on/off control
Read back capability that displays temperature, voltage
and fan speed
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Supporting Intel processor thermal diode output (real
processor temperature)
Expansion Slot
Expansion Slot
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PCI*2 or PCI*1 + ISA*1
Expansion card size (L*W)
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PCI card: max. 190*120 mm
ISA card max. 190*120 mm if no internal FDD is
installed; 170*120 mm if internal FDD is installed
Front Bezel
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LED indicators for HDD, LAN, POWER
IrDA receiver (optional)
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PERIPHERAL & STORATE DEVICES
Touchscreen (optional, sharing COM3)
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12.1”/15.1” analog resistive type with RS-232 controller
12.1”/15.1” capacitive type with RS-232 controller
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12.1”/15.1” surface acoustic wave type (SAW)
Power Supply
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ATX 200W, input range: 100~240V/5A @60Hz,
200~240V/2.5A @50Hz
Speakers
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Water-proof speakers*2
CD-ROM or CD-RW or DVD-ROM or COMBO
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Slim type*1 (optional) or
External type via USB
Floppy Disk Drive
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Slim type*1 (optional) or
Via external FDD or
External type via USB
Hard Disk Drive
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3.5" HDD*1 (optional) 2.5” HDD x 2 (optional)
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MECHANICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL
Construction
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Inside: Heavy-duty steel
Outside: Fire-proof resilient ABS/PC plastic
Color (standard)
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Beige
Black
Dimension (chassis only, unit: mm)
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APOLLO 120: 368*321*116.5 (L*W*D);
334.7*284.21 (for panel mount)
APOLLO 150: 406*360*129 (L*W*D);
384*284.2 (for panel mount)
Mounting
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Panel mount with mounting kits
Wall mount with swing arm: standard VESA mounting
holes (75*75 mm)
Versatile Stand
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45~90o free standing
Avocado-shape holes for fixed standing
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Cable Management design
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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1.4. Dimensions
1.4.1. APOLLO 120
The APOLLO 120’s chassis size is shown below. This does not
include the dimension of the stand. This does not include the
dimension of the stand.
Figure 1-1: APOLLO 120
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1.4.2. APOLLO 150
The APOLLO 150’s chassis size is shown below. This does not
include the dimension of the stand.
Figure 1-2: APOLLO 150
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2. USING THE SYSTEM
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Identifying the APOLLO system
System setup for the first-time use
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2.1. Identifying the System
Before getting started, take a moment to familiarize yourself
with the system and the I/O arrangement of the APOLLO
120/150.
2.1.1. Front View
When the APOLLO 120/150 is put upright on the desktop with
the provided pedestal, its front view appears as below.
The illustrations of the APOLLO 120/150 may differ slightly
because the APOLLO system series has two different LCD size:
12.1” & 15.0” or 15.1”.
12.1”/ 15.1” LCD
& touchscreen
FDD drive &
Side door for two
CD-ROM drive
PCI/ISA expansion outlet
Fire-proof
resilient plastic
Speaker
Cable management
covers
Versatile stand for
desktop standing
Wireless KB sensor or
Motion sensor or IrDA
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2.1.2. Side Views
The left side of the panel PC appears as below:
Screw holes for peripheral
device attachment
Floppy disk drive
CD-ROM
Side door for two PCI/ISA
expansion outlet
Cable management
Base knob to fix the
stand angel
cutout
Base covers +pedestal = versatile stand
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2.1.3. I/O Outlets
When you turn around the APOLLO system, you will find the
power switch and all the I/O ports are located at the rear
cover of the panel PC.
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1
A
B
C
4
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A.
COM 4
D. VGA PORT
G. PS/2 MOUSE
K
D
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2
L
M
N
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HI
P
C.
VR BRIGHTNESS K. SPEAKER-OUT
M. MIC-IN
N. ETHERNET (RJ-45)
P. USB*2
L.
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B.
J.
EXTERNAL FDD
E. COM 1
H. +5/12V DC-OUT
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COM 2
F. PRINTER PORT
I. PS/2 KEYBOARD
LINE-IN
O. 2-CHANNEL DIO
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2.2. System Setup for the First-time Use
To set up the APOLLO 120/150 for the first-time use, you
should have the following items ready. The items are either
in the accessory box or available in any computer stores.
u 110V or 220V power cord
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PS/2 or AT keyboard or wireless keyboard
PS/2 or serial mouse
2.2.1. Installation Procedures
The APOLLO system can be powered an AC electrical outlet
(100~240V/5A @60Hz, 200~240V/2.5A @50Hz). If the system is
to be powered up by AC power, be sure to use the right power
cord (110V or 220V) for connection.
1.
Connect the female end of the power cord to the AC inlet
located at the rear bottom side of the panel PC.
2.
Connect the 3-pin male end of the power cord to an
electrical outlet.
Connect a PS/2 keyboard or an AT keyboard to keyboard
port. If you are using an AT keyboard, you need an
adapter (AT to PS/2 KB) for this connection.
3.
4.
Connect the PS/2 mouse to the PS/2 mouse port. If you
are using a serial mouse, it can be connected to the COM
port.
5.
Turn on the main switch on the power supply if there is
one.
6.
Power on the panel PC by switching the power switch
located at the rear bottom side.
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2.2.2. Running the BIOS Setup
If you are a commercial user, the APOLLO 120/150 IV should
have been properly set up and configured by your dealer. You
may still find it necessary to change the system configuration
information. In this case, you need to run the system’s BIOS
setup program.
Under the following conditions, the CMOS settings are to be
changed.
1. The system is starting for the first time.
2. The hardware devices attached to the APOLLO IV system
have been changed.
3. The CMOS memory has lost power and the configuration
information has been erased.
The BIOS setup program is stored in ROM, which can be
accessed by pressing <DEL> key on the keyboard
immediately when the system is powered on.
In order to retain the specified setup information when the
system power is turned off, the system setup information is
stored in a battery-backed CMOS RAM. The battery is to
ensure the settings will not be erased when the computer is
turned off or reset. When the computer is powered on again,
the system will read the settings stored in the CMOS RAM and
compare them to the equipment check conducted during the
power on self-test (POST). If any error or mismatch occurs,
an error message will be shown on the screen and the
computer will be prompted to run the setup program.
To change the BIOS setup, please refer to Chapter 7 for more
information.
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2.2.3. Operating System and Driver Installation
The APOLLO IV system is not equipped with an operating
system when delivered from the original manufacturer. If
you are a commercial user, the system is likely to have been
pre-installed proper operating system and software drivers
by your dealer or system integrator.
If the system is not pre-installed with any system OS and
drivers or you intend to install your preferred ones, there are
several ways to load OS and software into the system.
1. Via the external FDD or internal FDD
2. Via the CD-ROM
3. Via Ethernet: You can boot up the system via Ethernet
bootrom (optional) and download system OS or software
from the network.
Recent releases of operating systems always include setup
programs that load automatically and guide you through the
installation. You can also refer to your OS user manual for
instructions on formatting or partitioning the hard disk drive
before any software installation.
The APOLLO IV system provides the following utility drivers
stored in the CD-ROM diskette or utilities diskettes;
² Ethernet utilities
² VGA utilities
²
²
Audio drivers
Touchscreen drivers
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3. VERSATILE STANDING & MOUNTING OPTIONS
The APOLLO 120/150 is designed for universal
standing and mounting to fit into various
environmental applications. This chapter
highlights the steps of different mounting
options with graphical illustrations. Sections
include
u Versatile Stand
u Wall Mounting
u Panel Mounting
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3.1. Versatile Stand
The APOLLO comes with a versatile and functional stand, able
to fit into different environmental application.
3.1.1. Standing Upright
Compact in its size, all-in-one in its design along with its
industrial-grade reliability, the APOLLO system standing
upright is the best replacement for a desktop computer.
When the APOLLO is to stand upright, the two base back
covers can either be assembled or not to be assembled to the
pedestal.
However, if the APOLLO system is to stand upright while the
touchscreen is also frequently used, then it is suggested that
the two base back covers and another knob are assembled
with the pedestal to prevent possible wobbling when the
touchscreen is being used.
3.1.2. 45 to 900 Free Standing
The sleek and sturdy pedestal assembled with the two cable
management covers enables the APOLLO system to endure
the long-time operation in any public sectors. By swiveling
the knob on the left side of the base cover and pulling the
base up and down, the angle can be adjusted from 45 to 900.
Cable
management
FIGURE 3-1: APOLLO’S VERSATILE STANDING OPTIONS
cutout
Cable management cover
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3.1.3. Fixed Standing
At the bottom side of the big pedestal, there are two
avocado-shape holes which are used to fix the APOLLO to the
table with screws. When the APOLLO is fixed to the table, the
angle from the main system to the table can be adjusted from
45 to 900 by swiveling the knob on the left side of the base
cover and pulling the base up and down.
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The following figure illustrates the distance between the
avocado holes.
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3.1.4. Cable Management
The APOLLO’s pedestal is not only a versatile stand but a
functional stand able to manage the system cabling.
1. The rectangle-shape opening (Fig. 3-2) at the bottom
side of the big pedestal can act as a cable management
cutout. All the cables connecting to the I/O ports can
come out from this opening, then down to the table.
2. The two base back covers (Fig. 3-1) can act as a set of
cable management covers. All the cables connecting to
the I/O ports come down in the covers, then out from this
opening at the rear side of the base.
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3.2. Wall Mounting and Mobile Applications
The APOLLO system provides 1 set of VESA mounting holes,
75*75mm on the rear side of the chassis. System integrators
can design their special wall mount brackets per the two sets
of VESA holes or obtain market-available swing arms for wall
mounting, table mounting or mobile applications.
FIGURE 3-4: APOLLO 120 VESA
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FIGURE 3-5: APOLLO 150 VESA
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3.3. Panel Mounting
The APOLLO system provides a set of optional mounting
brackets for system panel mounting. The following figures
illustrate the way to use the brackets for panel mounting.
FIGURE 3-8
FIGURE 3-9
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3.4. KIOSK Integration
The APOLLO system can also be integrated to a KIOSK
cabinet to make a ready-to-play KIOSK terminal. The
following is an example of APOLLO KIOSK. It is a flexible and
robust device that can be mounted virtually anywhere and in
any forms including tabletop, pedestal, pole and wall
mounting.
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4. I/O CONNECTION
This chapter describes the APOLLO
system I/O ports and how to use the I/O
interface to connect to external devices.
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The I/O interfaces located at the rear side of the chassis are
used to connect external peripheral devices, such as a mouse,
a keyboard, a monitor, serial devices or parallel printer …etc.
Before any connection, make sure that the computer and the
peripheral devices are turned off.
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4.1. Parallel Port
The APOLLO 120/150 can support the latest EPP and ECP
parallel port protocols. It can be used to connect to a wide
array of printers, ZIP drive, parallel scanner and any other
parallel devices. The printer interface on the APOLLO
120/150 IV is a 25-pin female D-SUB connector. To connect
any parallel device, follow the steps below:
1. Turn off the system and the parallel devices.
2. Plug in the male connector of the parallel device to the
25-pin female D-SUB connector and fasten the retaining
screws.
3. Turn on the system and the attached parallel devices.
4. Refer to the parallel device’s manual for instruction to
configure the operation environment to recognize the new
attached devices.
5. You may need to run the CMOS setup to change the
hardware device setup.
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4.2. COM Ports x 4
The APOLLO 120/150 features with four onboard COM ports.
COM 1, 2 & 4 are D-SUB serial ports located at the rear side
of the chassis, ready to connect to a wide range of serial
devices. COM 3 is internal serial port reserved for
touchscreen for internal connection. COM1, COM3 and COM4
are RS-232 and COM2 is RS-232/422/485, selected via
jumper setting. For COM 2 RS-232/422/485 selection,
please refer to SEC. 6.1.2.
COM 1, 2 & 4 are equipped with +5V/+12V power capabilities
on pin 9, providing easy accommodation to a broad range of
serial devices.
The COM port 5V/12 power is selected via jumper setting on
the IO board. The IO is the signal board attached to the rear
panel with 2 SCSI cables linking to the system motherboard
to connect the onboard signal out to the external I/O ports.
Please refer to SEC. 6.2.2 for 5V/12 power selection.
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If a touchscreen module is installed, for factory default
setting, its controller will occupy COM3.
COM1, 2 & COM4 are all D-SUB 9-pin connectors. To connect
to any serial device; follow the procedures below;
1. Turn off the APOLLO system and the serial devices.
2. Attach the interface cable of the serial device to the 9-pin
D-SUB serial connector. Be sure to fasten the retaining
screws.
3. Turn on the computer and the attached serial devices.
4. Refer to the serial device’s manual for instruction to
configure the operation environment to recognize the new
attached devices.
5. If the serial device needs specified IRQ or address, you
may need to run the CMOS setup to change the hardware
device setup.
If the COM2 is to be set to RS-422/485 for long distance
transmission, the related onboard jumpers have to be set
correctly first. Refer to section 6.1.4.3 for the
RS-232/422/485 jumper settings.
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4.3. 100/10 Base-T Ethernet (RJ-45)
The APOLLO 120/150 provides a 100/10 Base-T NE2000
compatible Ethernet (RJ-45) interface. For network
connection, follow the instructions below.
1. Turn of the APOLLO system and the Ethernet hubs.
2. Plug in one end of cable of a 100/10 Base-T hub to the
system’s RJ-45 phone jack. The pin assignment of the
RJ-45 is listed as follow;
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
RJ-45
RJ-45 Connector Pin Assignment
Pin
Description
1
2
3
6
others
Tx+ (data transmission positive)
Tx- (data transmission negative)
Rx+ (data reception positive)
Rx- (data reception negative)
No use
4.4. VGA Interface
The APOLLO 120/150 has a 15-pin analog RGB connector
located at the rear side of the chassis. It can support its own
LCD display and an expansion CRT or analog monitor at the
same time. The connection to an analog monitor is an easy
plug-in of the VGA D-SUB 15-pin connector to the RGB
interface.
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4.5. PS/2 Keyboard Interface
The APOLLO provides a standard PS/2 keyboard connector
located at the rear panel. If the user would like to use AT
keyboard, then an adapter to connect the PS/2 KB to AT KB is
needed.
4.6. PS/2 Mouse Interface
The APOLLO system has one PS/2 mouse connector located
at the rear side. A simple plug-in will make the connection.
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4.7. External FDD (DB-15)
The APOLLO 120/150 provides two ways to connect to a
floppy disk drive to fit into specific environmental
applications:
1. Internal FDD
2. External FDD
If the FDD is frequently used, it is suggested to use an
internal floppy disk drive. If the drive is used only for system
installation or maintenance, then, an external device can
fulfill this need and is more economical. Please note that if an
internal floppy disk drive already exists, no external floppy
drive can be used.
The APOLLO external FDD interface is a 15-pin D-sub
connector located at the rear side of the chassis. An external
FDD cable is provided to connect a standard 3.5” FDD to the
system. Its pin position and pin assignment are listed as
follows.
Pin #
Signal
Pin #
Signal
1
DELSEL
9
-WD
2
-INDEX
10
-STEP
3
-MTR1
11
-RD
4
-DVR1
12
-HDSEL
5
-DIR
13
-DSKCHG
6
-WP
14
+5V
7
-TRKO
15
+12V
8
-WG
The APOLLO system is equipped with a
+5V/12V DC-out connector to provide 5V
power to drive the external floppy disk
drive. Use the provided FDD power cable
to connect the floppy drive to the 5V
DC-out connector when an external floppy
drive is attached to the system.
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4.8. +5V/12V DC-Out
The APOLLO system provides a +5V/12V DC-out connector.
It is used to provide necessary power source for some
external devices. For example, if the APOLLO IV system is to
be housed in a KIOSK cabinet which requests extra cooling
fan for heat dispensing, then the fan power cable can be
attached to 5V/12V DC-out to obtain power from the
computer directly. If an external floppy disk drive is attached
to the system, it will need +5V power source from the system.
A power cable for the external floppy disk drive is already
provided for this connection. For other devices, you might
need to make your own power cable for the connection.
4.9. VR Brightness Control
The APOLLO system provides a VR control to adjust the
brightness of the LCD. The VR control is with a “+” shape
cutout on it. You will need a “+” shape screwdriver to adjust
it for display brightness control.
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4.10. DIO (Digital Input & Output)
The APOLLO IV provides 2-channel digital input and output
that can be used for the system’s simple automation control
needs. The digital I/O can be configured to control the
opening of a cash drawer or to sense the warning signal of an
uninterrupted power system (UPS) or to do the store security
control.
The DIO port address and pin definition is listed below;
I/O Port address: 200H/208H By CMOS Setting
DIO1
RJ11
Read: SD0, SD1
Write: SD4, SD5
1 2 3 4 5 6
IO
IO 208H(READ)
206H(READ)
SD0
SD1
18
16
14
12
9
7
5
3
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1Y3
1Y4
2Y1
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2Y3
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1A2
1A3
1A4
2A1
2A2
2A3
2A4
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2G
GND
2
4
6
8
11
13
15
17
1
19
IO 208H(WRITE)
IO
206H(WRITE)
IN_0
IN_1
SD4
SD5
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-IOW206H
10
3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18
11
1
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
CLK
CLR
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
VCC
GND
2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19
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OUT_1
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The Digital I/O is of TTL interface.
software programming.
It is controlled via
Digital I/O Programming
Input/output address:
208H
In_Data 0~3=SD0~SD1
Out_Data 0~3 SD4~SD7
EXAMPLE:
10 REM Digital I/O example program
20 X = INP (&H208)
REM INPUT Digital I/O port
30
X = OUT (&H208)
for 4 bit
REM OUTPUT Digital I/O port
for 4 bit
60 END
100 Return
Port 208H Definition
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4.11. Audio Interface (Line-in, MIC-in, SPK-out)
The audio interface contains three jacks, microphone-in,
line-in and speaker-out.
The microphone-in jack is used to record sound or voice by
connecting to an external microphone. The line-in jack is
used to input audio from an external audio device such as a
CD player, tape recorder or a radio. The speaker-out jack is
to output the audio to external devices such as speakers or
earphones. The audio device can be directly attached to the
jacks. Please note that the audio driver has to be installed
first before using any audio device.
4.12. USB Ports
The APOLLO 120/150 IV also provides two USB ports to
connect to external USB devices. A simple plug-in of the USB
device interface cable to the USB port will make the
connection. Before using the USB devices, remember to
install the device driver first.
4.13. IR Keyboard Sensor (optional)
The APOLLO IV features with an optional IR keyboard sensor.
The IR KB sensor containing wireless KB firmware is located
at the front bezel. To use the wireless keyboard, please note
that the APOLLO IV IrKB sensor on the front bezel and the
wireless keyboard sensor have to face each other at the same
horizontal level and the distance of the IR transceiver and
receiver should not exceed 1 meter.
4.14. AC Inlet/Power Switch
For APOLLO 120/150 IV AC system, it can operate in the
input range from 100 ~ 240 volts, 47 ~ 63 Hz.
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5. HARDWARE INSTALLATION AND UPGRADE
This chapter overviews the installation of the
APOLLO IV’s internal components and devices.
This chapter is for service engineers not for the
end user. Sections include:
u
u
u
u
u
The exploded diagram
Motherboard assembly
Toucscreen controller assembly
LCD module assembly
Front bezel assembly
u
u
u
u
HDD module assembly
CD-ROM/FDD assembly
Power module assembly
Expansion slots
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The APOLLO 120/150 IV consists of a socket 478 Celeron/
Pentium ® IV multimedia motherboard with an adequate CPU
and relevant DDR on it. The system control board and other
internal devices such as expansion card, HDD and power
supply are already housed in a plastic rear cover. The
system’s performance depends on the installed CPU and the
capacity of the system memory and hard disk drive. In some
circumstances, you might intend to upgrade or maintain the
system. By removing the rear cover and the metal covers,
the internal components such as CPU, DDR, HDD, internal
FDD, CD-ROM and power supply can be easily accessed for
maintenance and upgrade.
The APOLLO is composed of 10 major modules. The
installation procedure is also listed as below.
1. Motherboard module
2. Touchscreen controller module
3. HDD module
4. LCD module
5. Front bezel module
6. CD-ROM/FDd module
7. Power supply module
8. Expansion slot module
9. Back panel module
10. Stand module
To disassemble the system module for maintenance, the
procedure is from step 10 to 1.
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5.1. Recognizing the System Major Parts
In terms of LCD size, the APOLLO has two models, one 12.1”
and the other 15.1”. The assembly of the two models is
basically the same except the LCD assembly. The following
diagram highlights the system major parts that make up the
APOLLO 120 main system.
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The following diagram shows the system major parts that
make up the APOLLO 150 main system.
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5.2. Installing the CPU
The APOLLO IV can adapt Socket 478 Intel Celeron or
Pentium IV CPU. Upgrading the CPU can increase the system
performance.
The APOLLO’s motherboard provides one 478-pin ZIF socket
(Socket 478). The CPU must come with a CPU fan with a heat
sink on to avoid overheating.
To install a CPU or upgrade a new CPU, follow the instructions
below.
1.
If there is an existing CPU on the socket, remove the CPU
cooling fan first. Then remove the CPU by pulling the
lever out a little and raising it, then lifting out the existing
CPU from the socket.
2.
To insert the CPU into the socket, the notch on the corner
of the CPU (the corner with golden dot) should point
toward the end of the socket lever. If the insertion of the
CPU to the socket is not easy, check whether the CPU pins
correspond with the holes on the socket.
3.
After insert the CPU into the socket, pull the lever down to
make sure the CPU is in place.
The CPU cooling fan comes with a 3-pin power cable.
Connect the power cable to the 3-pin power connector,
FAN1 on the motherboard.
4.
5.
There are two white clips on the CPU socket. Make sure
the cooling CPU fan clips click into place.
3-pin CPU fan power connector
CPU socket
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5.3. Installing the DDR Memory Module
The APOLLO 120/150 IV system control board provides 1 x
184-pin DDR socket, able to support DDR memory from
128MB up to 1GB. To install the memory module, follow the
instructions below.
1.
2.
Find the 184 pin DDR socket on the motherboard
There are two white eject levers at each end of the DDR
socket. Push them outward until they separate from the
two vertical posts.
3.
Holding the memory module with the notch on the upper
right corner, then insert the memory module into the
DDR socket at 90° angle.
4.
Push the two eject levers toward the vertical posts until
they click into place. The memory module is now
upright.
The system is able to auto detect the new memory size and
there is no need to change the system configuration after
installation.
Make sure that the memory module you are using can handle
the specified DDR MHz. Inadequate memory module will
make the computer unable to boot up.
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5.4. Motherboard Assembly
The motherboard is the first component to be assembled to
the system compartment. Follow the steps below to
assemble the motherboard to the system chassis. Make sure
the CPU with cooling fan and DDR are already properly
installed to the motherboard before the motherboard is
attached to the system chassis. (Refer to Sec. 5-2 and 5-3 for
CPU and DDR installation).
1. The lower side of the chassis has a rectangle opening at
the bottom of the chassis. Make the lower side of the
chassis to be near you.
2. From your point of view, the motherboard module is to be
installed to the lower side of the system compartment.
3. Tape the motherboard insulator (5) (Fig. 5-1 & 5-2 (5)) to
the motherboard (6) first. The insulator is to separate the
electronic components on the reverse side of the
motherboard from the metal compartment to prevent
short circuitry caused during system operation.
4. Fix the motherboard (6) to the chassis with 7 PMS
anti-fallen PMS 3*6 screws.
5. The IR/LED 2*13-pin cable (Fig. 5-7 (7) & Fig. 5-8 (5)) has
to go through the rectangle opening located at the bottom
side of the chassis, then connected to motherboard’s J1,
the HDD LED & ACPI LED & SMI connector.
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5.5. Touch Controller Assembly
If a touchscreen is integrated with the system, the
touchscreen controller is to be installed right after the
installation of the motherboard.
For easy maintenance in the future, the controller is to be
installed to a bracket rather than to the system compartment
directly. From your point of view, there is a rectangle opening
at the left upper side of the chassis. Insert the touch
controller bracket to the opening and retain it to the chassis
with 2 FMS 3*5 screws.
For easy assembly, the related cables are to be connected
first.
1. For Elo touch, the touchscreen cable (Fig. 5-1. (14)) is a
2*5-pin to 2*5-pin flat cable. One end is connected to the
touchscreen controller first.
2. There is a 2-pin (black & red) cable to provide the power
source for the touchscreen. Connect one end to the
controller.
3. Connect the other end of the 2*5-pin to 2*5-pin flat cable
to the onboard COM 3 box header connector and connect
the other end of the 2-pin power cable to the
motherboard’s T_PWR1.
4. Fix the touchscreen controller (13) to the bracket with 2
PMS 3*6 screws.
5. Fold both cables properly.
6. Make sure the two screws at the outward upper side of the
chassis are also properly fixed.
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5.6. HDD Module Assembly
The APOLLO provides enough space to build in a 3.5” hard
disk drive in the system compartment. The following steps
show the way to install an internal hard disk drive.
1. Make the chassis lower side near you. Now, from your
point of view, the 3.5" HDD module is to be installed to the
right upper side of the system compartment.
2. Refer to Figure 5-4. Fix the hard disk drive (1) to the HDD
bracket (3) with one FTS 3*5 screw.
3. Connect the one end of the 40-pin IDE cable (2) to hard
disk drive.
4. There are two clips at the bottom of the compartment used
to hold the HDD module to the system compartment.
Insert the HDD module to the compartment and clip it into
place. Fix the HDD module to the chassis with one 3*5
FMS screw outside of the right upper side of the chassis.
5. Make sure the other end of the 40-pin IDE cable is
connected to the motherboard IDE 1 connector.
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5.7. Touchscreen or Front Bezel Assembly
The APOLLO is able to accommodate Elo analog resistive
touch or Intelli (SAW) touch or 3M capacitive touchscreen.
PLEASE NOTE THAT WHEN DIFFERENT TOUCH MODULE IS INSTALLED,
DIFFERENT TOUCHSCREEN METAL BRACKETS ARE NEEDED. YOU CAN NOT
REPLACE ONE TYPE OF TOUCH PANEL WITH THE OTHER WITHOUT
CHANGING THE TOUCHSCREEN METAL BRACKETS USED TO HOLD THE
TOUCH PANEL TO THE FRONT BEZEL.
The following steps illustrate the ways to assemble the
toucshcreen to the front bezel.
1. There are 4 rubber slips with one-side taped with glue.
Glue the 4 slips to the gutters located at the reverse side
of the plastic front bezel. The 4 rubber slips act as
cushions to absorb the pressure when the touchscreen is
fixed to the front bezel with screws.
2. There are 4 metal brackets used to fix the touchscreen to
the front bezel. The metal brackets have to be taped with
soft tapes as shown on Figure 5-6 (7) & (8).
3. Then, fix the touchscreen to the front bezel with the 4
metal brackets with screws. The soft tapes are used to
absorb the pressure when the metal brackets fix the
touchscreen to the front bezel.
If no toushcreen is installed, there are two options. One is to
put a resilient glass instead. The advantage of putting a
resilient glass is to protect the LCD panel.
The other option is to fix 4
bronze sticks (5 mm) to the
LCD bracket to push the LCD
panel forward to make up the
gap between the LCD and the
front bezel. But when using
this way, two screw holes on
the front bezel need to be cut
to prevent LCD mechanism
interference to the front bezel.
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5.8. LCD Module Assembly
Figure 5-8 and 5-9 illustrate the way to assemble the
APOLLO’s LCD module.
The LCD does not fix to the main system directly. Rather, it is
to be fixed to a LCD holder, then to the main system. The
assembly of APOLLO 120 LCD module slightly differs from
that of APOLLO 150.
APOLLO 120
1. Refer to Figure 5-8. There are two LCD brackets (2) & (3)
used to fix to the LCD panel (1) to the LCD holder (11)
from the up & down sides.
2. Fix the LCD to the LCD holder with four PMS 3*8 screws.
3. The standard LCD used in APOLLO 120 is SANYO
MXS121022010 or its equivalent. It is a TTL interface
LCD. As the motherboard onboard display is an LVDS
controller, to connect the onboard LVDS controller to the
LCD, an LVDS receiver board is needed.
4. Plug the LVDS board to LCD connector located at the
rear side of the LCD panel first.
5. The APOLLO 120 LCD cable is a DF14-20 to DF11-30
(2*15) cable with around 35 cm in its length. Insert the
DF14-20 end of the cable into the opening at the rear
side of the LCD holder and have it firmly plugged to the
DF11-20 pin connector on the LVDS board.
6. Attach the insulator (10) to the invertor (9).
7. The invertor cable (8) is a 4-pin to 4-pin cable with wafer
connectors at both sides. Connect the one end to
invertor first. The other end is for later connection to the
INV1 on the motherboard.
8. Connect the pink-white high voltage wires from the LCD
to the invertor.
9. The invertor module is to be fixed at the right middle
side of the LCD holder with the up side down.
10. For APOLLO 120, the IR/LED board (2) is to be fixed to
the lower side of the LCD holder.
11. The two speakers are to be fixed to the right and left
sides of the IR/LED board. The speaker wires are to be
connected to the 2-pin header on the IR/LED board.
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APOLLO 150
1.
Refer to Figure 5-9. The standard LCD used in APOLLO
150 is either 15.1” TTL LG 151X2 or 15” LVDS Chi Mei
M150X3-L01 or their equivalent. The assembly of TTL
LCD differs from that of the LVDS LCD.
2.
Fix the LCD panel (1) to the LCD holder (9) with four
PMS 3*8 screws.
For the TTL LCD, LM151X2 or its equivalent, as the
motherboard onboard display is an LVDS controller, to
connect the onboard LVDS controller to the LCD, an
LVDS receiver board is needed.
Plug the LVDS board to LCD connector located at the
rear side of the LCD panel first.
3.
4.
5.
For the LVDS LCD, M150X3-L01 or its equivalent, no
LVDS receiver board is needed.
6.
The APOLLO 150 LCD cable is a DF14-20 to DF11-30
(2*15) cable with around 35 cm in its length. Insert the
DF14-20 end of the cable into the opening at the rear
side of the LCD holder and have it firmly plugged to the
DF11-20 pin connector at the LVDS board or the LCD
panel. The other end is for later connection to the CN3
on the motherboard.
7.
8.
Attach the insulator (6) to the invertor (7).
The invertor cable (8) for APOLLO 150 is a 7-pin to 4-pin
cable with wafer connectors at both sides. Connect the
7-pin end to the invertor first. The other end is for later
connection to the INV1 on the motherboard.
9.
Connect the pink-white high voltage wires from the LCD
to the invertor.
10. The invertor module is to be fixed at the reverse side of
the LCD holder after the LCD module is to be installed to
the system.
11. For APOLLO 150, fix 6 bronze sticks (15 mm) to the
lower sides of the LCD holder. Fix the IR/LED board to
the LCD holder with two 3*6 screws.
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12. The two speakers (Fig. 5-8 (6)) are to be fixed to the
right and left sides of the IR/LED board. The speaker
wires are to be connected to the 2-pin header on the
IR/LED board.
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After finishing the LCD module installation, the module is to
be assembled to the front bezel module, then to the chassis
with the motherboard and touch controller already on.
1. Use special air blower to blow any dust between the LCD
and touchscreen before the two modules are assembled
together. Retain the LCD module and the front bezel
module together with 8 FMS 3*6 screws.
2. Install the whole front bezel module with LCD already on
to the system chassis with the motherboard, touchscreen
controller and HDD module already on.
3. The LVDS or LCD cable is already at the rear side of the
LCD holder through the cutout. Make sure the other end
is to go through the rectangle opening at the rear side of
the system chassis and have it connected to LCD
connector, CN3 on the motherboard.
SPECIAL ATTENTION NEEDS TO BE PAID WHEN PLUGGING
LVDS
MAKE
SURE PIN 1 OF THE ONBOARD LVDS CONNECTOR MATCH PIN 1 OF THE
CABLE. ANY WRONG PLUGGING OR SHIFTED PLUGGING WILL DAMAGE
THE LCD PANEL OR LEAD TO MAL-FUNCTION.
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CABLE TO THE LVDS HEADER CONNECTOR ON THE MOTHERBOARD.
4. The touchscreen 5-pin flat cable should go through the
rectangle opening at the left side of the LCD holder, then
get into the chassis from the oval-shape cutout at the left
side of the chassis. Connect this cable to the touchcreen
controller. Connect the other end of the touch power cable
to the onboard T_WR 1.
5. For APOLLO 150, the invertor now is to be fixed to the left
outward side of the chassis and have the invertor cable go
into the chassis through the cutout. Connect the other
end of the invertor cable to the motherboard’s INV1.
6.
Connect the other end of the IR/LED cable to the IR/LED
board.
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5.9. CD-ROM/DVD-ROM/FDD Module Assembly
The APOLLO provides enough space to accommodate a
CD-ROM or CD-RW or DVD-ROM or a 3-in-1 COMBO unit and
a floppy disk drive. The CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive used in
the APOLLO 120/150 is not the common 5.25” drive seen in
computer stores. Rather, it is a slim type drive widely used in
notebook computers.
The APOLLO 120/150 can connect to an external floppy disk
drive or an internal slim type floppy disk drive, depending on
the system requirement.
Please note that either an external floppy disk drive or
internal floppy disk drive can be used.
5.9.1. Internal CD-ROM/FDD Assembly
The following steps show the ways to install an internal
CD-ROM or DVD-ROM and floppy disk drive.
1. Make the chassis’ lower side near you. Now, from your
point of view, the CD-ROM/FDD module is to be installed
on the left side of the chassis.
2. Refer to Figure 5-10. Attach the CD-ROM board (4) to the
slim CD-ROM (2) and fix them together with 2 screws.
3. Insert the CD-ROM module to the CD-ROM/FDD bracket
(9) and fix them together with 2 screws.
4. There is a 40-pin CD-ROM cable. Connect one end to the
CD-ROM board.
5. Attach one end of the 26-pin FDD flat cable (8) to the slim
floppy disk drive (7) first.
6. Insert the FDD module to the CD-ROM/FDD bracket and
fix them together with 2 FMS screws.
7. There is a small metal bracket (1) used to firmly fix the
CD-ROM and FDD modules to the CD-ROM/FDD bracket.
This small bracket is to prevent the CD-ROM/FDD from
moving when installed to the FDD/CD-ROM bracket.
8. Connect the 40-pin end of the CD-ROM cable to the
motherboard IDE 2 connector.
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9. There is a 4-pin CD audio-in cable to be plugged to CD1
on the motherboard. Connect the other end of the
CD-Audio cable (6) to the 4-pin black pin connector on
the CD-ROM board.
10. Connect the other end of the FDD cable to the FDD1 on
the motherboard.
11. Fix the whole unit to the chassis and fix them together
with 3 FMS 3*5 screws.
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5.9.2. External FDD Connection
1. Use the provided 15-34 pin FDD cable
(see below figure) to connect to the
system's 15-pin FDD D-sub connector
located at the rear side of the cover.
FDD cable
2. Connect the other end (34 pin) of the FDD cable to a
standard 3.5” FDD. Match pin 1 of the FDD and pin 1 of
the cable.
3. To drive the floppy disk drive, it will need 5V power.
Connect the provided FDD power cable to the floppy disk
drive to the +5V/12V DC-out connector to obtain 5V
power for the device.
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5.10. Power Module Assembly
The power supply is to be integrated with the power brackets
before it is installed to the panel PC system. The following
diagram shows the steps to assemble the ATX power module.
For the specification of the power supply, please refer to
APPENDIX.
1. Refer to Figure 5-11. Attach the power fix bracket (2) to
the power supply (3) and fix them together with 2 FMS
screws (3*5). This small bracket is used to prevent the
power supply from moving around in the power bracket.
2. Insert the power supply to power bracket (1) and fix them
together with four 3*5 screws.
3. Manage all the power cables from the power supply
properly.
4. Insert the power switch (4) to power bracket (5). The
other end of the switch cable is to be connected to the
2-pin POWER ON switch, SW1 on the motherboard.
5. Plug the ATX power cable to the ATX power connector,
ATXP1 on the motherboard.
6. Plug the ATX12V power cable to the ATX12V power
connector, ATXP2 on the motherboard
7. Connect the big 4P end of the power cable to the HDD.
8. Connect the small 4P end the CD-ROM board.
9. The power module is to be installed to the system right on
the top of the CD-ROM/FDD module.
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5.11.
Expansion Outlets & Riser Card Assembly
The APOLLO 120/150 provides PCI/ISA expansion slots for
system expansion. Via the specially designed riser card, the
system can accommodate either two PCI or one PCI plus one
ISA expansion cards; all the connectors of the expansion card
will come out from the expansion outlet on the left side of the
chassis for further cable connection.
The expansion outlet bracket has to be installed to the
system before plugging the riser card to the motherboard
PCI/ISA expansion slot.
1. When the system is reverse with the rear side facing you
and lower side near you, the expansion outlets are
located at the right upper side of the
chassis.
2. Install the expansion window (Fig. 5-1 (11))
to the chassis and fix them together with 2
FMS screws.
3. If no expansion card is plugged to the riser card, seal the
expansion outlets with the 2 metal slips located inside the
expansion outlet.
4. The riser card (8) is to be fixed with the metal bracket (9)
with two FMS screws first. Then, plug the riser card to the
onboard PCI/ISA slot. Make sure the riser card is firmly
plugged to the motherboard to prevent any bad
connection.
Due to the internal space limitation, the expansion card can
not exceed 190*120 (L*W) mm if no internal FDD is installed.
However if an internal FDD is installed, the ISA card can not
exceed 170*120 mm.
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5.12. Back Panel Assembly
The back panel module is the last module to be integrated to
the APOLLO main system before the plastic housing is to be
installed to the system.
1. On the I/O board, there are 6 D-SUB connectors with 2
bronze sticks on each side. Remove the 12 bronze sticks.
2. Insert the I/O board to the I/O bracket (2) and fix them
together with the 12 bronze sticks. Fix them again with
2 screws on the other side.
3. Fix the complete I/O module to the metal back panel (1)
five FMS 3*5 screws.
4. Connect one end of the 2 68-pin SCSI cables (Fig. 5-12
(4)) to the I/O board (3). Via the 2 SCSI cables, all the
onboard I/O signals are converted to the I/O board for
device cable connection.
5. Connect the other end of the two SCSI cables to the SCSI
1 and SCSI 2 connectors on the motherboard.
6. Fix the back panel module to the main system.
7. Fix a stand bracket at the bottom side of the chassis with
2 screws.
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5.13.
Stand Module Assembly
The APOLLO system comes with a versatile stand composing
of one big pedestal and one set of cable management covers.
The following figure illustrates the steps to make up the
APOLLO stand.
1. Refer to Fig. 5-13. Fix the two hinges to the hinge bracket
(5). Then fix the unit to the metal base (1). Please note
that the two hinges are different. The right side is used to
fix the hinge knob. Note that there are two avocado-shape
holes on the metal base. The two avocado holes are used
to fix the stand to the table for special application.
2. Insert the stand bottom cover (4) to the hinge module and
fix them together with four FMS 3*6 screws.
3. Fix the plastic upper cover (6) to the hinge bracket with 2
screws.
4. Insert the whole base unit to the base plastic cover (7)
and fix them together with screws to make the complete
unit a pedestal.
5. Insert the hinge knob (2) to the pedestal.
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To assemble the stand module (Fig. 5-14 (1)) to the main
system (2), simply tighten the two units together with 4
screws from the base. Then, install the two base back covers
(4 & 5) to the unit as shown below. There is an additional
knob in the accessory. If touchscreen is to be used with the
system, it is suggested that the additional knob is to be
assembled to the system to prevent the system from
wobbling. By swiveling the knob and pulling the base up and
down, the angle can be fixed at 45 to 900.
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6. SYSTEM MOTHERBOARD & I/O BOARD
The system controller used in the APOLLO IV
system is a special-design Intel Socket 478
Celeron/Pentium ® IV multimedia motherboard.
All the onboard signal is connected to an I/O
board via 2 SCSI cables for external device
connection. This chapter provides jumper
definition and connector signal of the
motherboard and the I/O board.
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6.1. APOLLO IV Motherboard
This section provides background information and
detail specification on the APOLLO 120/150 IV system
engine, PC 710. Sections include:
² General Information
² Features
² Specification
² Board placement & Dimension
6.1.1. General Information
The PC 710 is an Intel Pentium IV (Socket 478) multimedia
ATX motherboard with LCD/VGA controller, Ethernet 100/10,
AC97 sound, and IDE flash disk. By integrating single chip,
Intel 845G, the PC 710 provides a high performance/low cost
desktop solution.
Highly integrated, the PC 710 can adapt Intel Socket 478
Celeron/Pentium IV CPU. Onboard features include four serial
ports, one multi–mode Parallel ports, a floppy drive controller
and a PS/2 keyboard PS/2 mouse interface. The built-in high
speed PCI IDE controller supports both PIO and ATA 100
mode. Up to four IDE devices can be connected, including
large hard disks, CD-ROM drives and other IDE devices. The
full PC functionality coupled with its multi-I/Os stand ready to
accommodate a wide range of PC peripherals. Compact in
size and with its highly integrated multimedia and networking
functions, the PC 710 is the most powerful PC engine to build
any small footprint all-in-one PC system for integration into
any space-constricted embedded applications.
Fully configurable and with its modular design, the PC 710 is
an ideal platform for any consumer computing applications
where space is a premium.
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6.1.2. Specifications
PC 710: Multimedia Socket 478 Intel Pentium IV
Motherboard with XGA, LCD, Ethernet & Audio
Interface
u CPU: Intel Socket 478
• Intel Pentium IV mPGA 2.26GHz-3.06GHz/533MHz
• Intel Pentium IV mPGA 1.8GHz-2.4GHz/400MHz
• Intel Celeron mPGA 1.7GHz-2.0GHz/400MHz
u Main Chipset: Intel 845GV/ICH4
u System BIOS: Award PnP Flash BIOS
u System Memory: 1 x 184 pin DDR sockets
supporting system memory up to 1GB
u L2 Cache: CPU built-in 256K/512K
u Standard I/O
• Serial ports x 4
• Parallel port x 1
• ATA 100/66 IDE x 2: supports up to 4 IDE devices
• FDD x 1: supports up to 2 floppy disk drives
• PS/2 Keyboard Interface x 1
• Internal Keyboard Interface x 1
• PS/2 Mouse Interface x 1
• USB Interface x 6: supports USB 2.0 devices
u IrDA: 6-pin header with CIR support
u Ethernet
• 100/10 Base-T Ethernet
• Support WAKE-ON-LAN
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Display
• LVDS controller
• Supports 2-channel LVDS LCD, resolution up to
1600x1200
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• Integrated 2D/3D graphics engine, 4X AGP
• Share system memory architecture able to utilize
the display memory size up to 64MB
• Maximum resolution for video chipset: 640x480,
800x600, 1024x768, 1280x1024, 1600x1200,
1920x1200, True-color
Audio Function
• Full duplex and independent sample rate
converter for audio recording & playback
• Supports Microsoft DirectSound
• 3D positional audio effects
• Hi-performance, mixed-signal, stereo
• MIC-In, Speaker-Out, Line-In
• Pin header for CD-audio in
Hardware Monitor
• Monitoring processor & system
• Monitoring 5VSB, VBAT, 1.5V, 3.3V, +5V, +12V,
-12V, and processor voltages
• Monitoring processor, chassis fan speeds
• Controlling processor and chassis fan speed and
failure alarm
• Automatic fan on/off control
• Read back capability that displays temperature,
voltage and fan speed
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(real processor temperature)
Expansion Bus: PCI/ISA x 1
Power: ATX power
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Dimension: 300*146 mm (L*W)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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6.1.3. Locating Jumpers & Connectors
The following figure helps you to locate the jumpers and
connectors on the motherboard.
COM2
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SW1
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JP1
JP2
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IrDA1
CD1
Inv1
Inverter
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CN3
LVDS Connector
ATX-20P
Battery
Intel ICH4
SW1
CPU FAN
Intel 845G
SCSI 1 (B)
IDE1
Intel P4 CPU
( PGA 478 )
Riser Card Slot
DDR DIMM
SCSI 1 (A)
System FAN
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6.1.4. Jumpers & Jumper Setting
The table below lists the function of each jumper. The related
jumper settings are shown in the coming sections.
Jumper
JP2
JP12
Description
DOC Address Selection
Clear CMOS
JP7
COM2 RS-232/422/485 selection
JP8
COM2 RS-232/422/485 selection
JP9
COM2 RS-232/422/485 selection
JP10
COM2 RS-232/422/485 selection
JP11 COM2 RS-232/422/485 selection
JP14
COM2 RS-232/422/485 selection
JP16
AT/ATX power selection
SW1
LCD display resolution selection
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DOC 2000 Address Setting (JP2)
1-2
D000
3-4
D800
6.1.4.2.
Clear CMOS (JP12)
1-2
Normal
2-3
Clear CMOS
6.1.4.3.
COM 2 232/422/485 Setting
COM 2 is a RS-232/422/485 serial port. JP7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and
JP14 determine the specific port type.
RS-232 RS-422 RS-485
JP7 1-2
2-3
2-3
JP8 1-2
2-3
2-3
JP9 1-2
2-3
2-3
JP10 1-2
2-3
2-3
JP11 1-2
2-3
2-3
JP14 1-2
3-4
5-6
6.1.4.4. SW1: LCD Display Resolution Select
SW1 is to select LCD resolution.
Resolution SW1-1 SW1-2 SW1-3 SW1-4
800x600
ON
ON
ON
ON
1024x768
OFF
ON
ON
ON
1280x1034
ON
OFF
ON
ON
1400x1050
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
1600x1200
ON
ON
OFF
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6.1.5. Connectors & Pin Assignment
The table below lists the function of each connector on the PC
710. Their corresponding pin assignments will be shown in
the following sections.
Connector
Description
T_PWR1
Power Connector For Touch Screen
PWR1
Power Connector For CD-ROM
ATXP1
ATX Power Connector
ATXP2
ATX +12V Power Connector
CD1
CD Audio In
JP5
Power LED & Suspend LED
IR1
IR/CIR connector
J1
KB/Mouse/Speaker/LED Connector
SCSI 1
I/O Connector
SCSI 2
I/O Connector
FAN1
CPU FAN Connector
FAN2/FAN3
System FAN Connector
SW1
ATX Power ON/OFF
CN3
LCD Connector
INV1
LCD Inverter connector
FDD1
FDD connector
IDE1
Primary IDE connector
IDE2
Primary IDE connector
COM3
Serial Port 3 (For Touch Screen)
JP13
Ext. SMI Connector
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ATXP1: ATX Power connector
ATXP1 is a standard ATX power connector. This connector is
provided to connect to an ATX power supply. The plug of the
power supply will only insert in one orientation due to the
different hole size. Find the proper orientation and push
down the power connector firmly to make sure the pins are
aligned. Its pin assignments are listed below:
Pin # Signal
Pin # Signal
1
3.3V
11
3.3V
2
3.3V
12
-12V
3
GND
13
GND
4
+5V
14
PSON#
5
GND
15
GND
6
+5V
16
GND
7
GND
17
GND
8
PWROK
18
-5V
9
SB5V
19
+5V
10
+12V
20
+5V
1
10
11
20
6.1.5.2. ATXP2: ATX +12V Power connector
ATXP2 is a standard +12V ATX power connector.
assignments are listed below
Pin # Signal
Its pin
Pin # Signal
1
GND
3
+12V
2
GND
4
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Pin # Signal
1
Left channel
2
CD GND
3
CD GND
4
Right channel
1
4
6.1.5.4. JP15: Power LED & Suspend LED
Pin # Signal
1
Power LED+
2
Power LED-
3
ACPI LED+
4
ACPI LED-
6.1.5.5.
IR1: IR / CIR Connector
IR
Pin # Signal
1
5V
2
NC
3
IRRX
4
GND
5
IRTX
6
CIRRX
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Pin #
Signal
Pin #
Signal
1
VCC
2
VCC
3
HDD LED
4
LAN LED
5
IR TX
6
IRRX
7
KEY
8
CIRRX
9
BACKLIGHT 10
CTRL INPUT
BACKLIGHT
CTRL OUTPUT
11
GND
12
GND
13
SPK-LO
14
SPK-RO
15
SPK-LN
16
SPK-RN
17
GND
18
GND
19
EXT.KBDAT
20
INT.KBDAT
21
EXT.KBCLK
22
INT.KBCLK
23
EXT.MSDAT
24
INT.MSDAT
25
EXT.MSCLK
26
INT.MSCLK
6.1.5.7. SW1: ATX Power ON/OFF & Reset
Pin #
Signal
1
Power ON/OFF
2
GND
6.1.5.8. COM3
COM 3 is an internal RS-232 reserved for touchscreen. Its
corresponding pin assignment is listed as below;
Pin # Signal
Pin # Signal
1
DCD
3
RXD
4
RTS
5
TXD
6
CTS
7
DTR
8
RI
9
GND
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Pin # Signal
Pin # Signal
1
YA0M
2
A0P
3
YA1M
4
YA1P
5
YA2M
6
YA2P
7
GND
8
CLKAM
9
CLKAP
10
YA3M
11
YA3P
12
YB0M
13
YB0P
14
GND
15
YB1M
16
YB1P
17
GND
18
YB2M
19
YB2P
20
CLKBM
21
CLKBP
22
YB3M
23
YB3P
24
GND
25
VCC3
26
VCC3
27
VCC3
28
VCC
29
VCC
30
VCC
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Pin # Signal
1
Backlight ADJ
2
GND
3
Backlight Enable
4
12V
1
4
6.1.5.11. FDD1: FDD connector
Pin # Signal
Pin # Signal
1
VCC
2
INDEX#
3
VCC
4
DSA#
5
VCC
6
DSKCHG#
7
NC
8
NC
9
NC
10
MOA#
11
NC
12
DIR#
13
RWC#
14
STEP#
15
GND
16
WD#
17
GND
18
WE#
19
GND
20
TRAK0#
21
GND
22
WP#
23
GND
24
RDATA#
25
GND
26
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6.1.5.12. IDE1/IDE2: Primary/Secondary HDD
The PC 710 provides 2 sets of 40-pin IDE connectors. The
built-in high speed PCI IDE controller supports both PIO and
ATA 100 mode. Up to four IDE devices can be connected,
including large hard disks, CD-ROM drives and other IDE
devices. Their corresponding pin assignments are listed
below;
Pin # Signal
Pin # Signal
1
RESET#
2
GND
3
DATA 7
4
DATA 8
5
DATA 6
6
DATA 9
7
DATA 5
8
DATA10
9
DATA 4
10
DATA11
11
DATA 3
12
DATA12
13
DATA 2
14
DATA13
15
DATA 1
16
DATA14
17
DATA 0
18
DATA15
19
GND
20
NC
21
IDEREQ
22
GND
23
IOW#
24
GND
25
IOR#
26
GND
27
ICHRDY#
28
GND
29
DACK
30
GND
31
IDEIRQ
32
NC
33
A1
34
LID
35
A0
36
A2
37
IDECS0
38
IDECS1
40
GND
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2
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Pin # Signal
Pin # Signal
1
GND
35
GND
2
PD0
36
GND
3
PD1
37
RTSA
4
PD2
38
DTRA
5
PD3
39
SOUTA
6
PD4
40
RIA
7
PD5
41
CTSA
8
PD6
42
DSRA
9
PD7
43
SINA
10
STB#
44
DCDA
11
ACK#
45
GND
12
SLIN#
46
RTSB
13
INT#
47
DTRB
14
ERR#
48
SOUTB
15
AFD#
49
RIB
16
SLCT
50
CTSB
17
PE
51
DSRB
18
BUSY
52
SINB
19
GND
53
DCDB
20
IN 0
54
GND
21
IN 1
55
RTSD
22
IN 2
56
DTRD
23
IN 3
57
SOUTD
24
OUT 0
58
RID
25
OUT 1
59
CTSD
26
OUT 2
60
DSRD
27
OUT 3
61
SIND
28
GND
62
DCDD
29
VCC
63
GND
30
VCC
64
+12V
31
VCC
65
+12V
32
VCC
66
+12V
33
VCC
67
+12V
34
VCC
68
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Pin # Signal
Pin # Signal
1
GND
35
GND
2
GND
36
GND
3
HSYNC
37
UV0+
4
VSYNC
38
UV05
RED
39
UV1+
6
GREEN
40
UV17
BLUE
41
GND
8
DDCCLK
42
GND
9
DDCDATA
43
GND
10
GND
44
RX+
11
GND
45
RX12
GND
46
TX+
13
RWC#
47
TX14
INDEX#
48
GND
15
MOA#
49
GND
16
DSA#
50
GND
17
DIR#
51
LINE IN _R
18
STEP#
52
LINE IN_L
19
WD#
53
MIC
20
WE#
54
HP_R
21
TRAK0#
55
HP_L
22
WP#
56
NC
23
RDATA#
57
GND
24
HEAD#
58
GND
25
DSKCHG#
59
GND
26
GND
60
KBDATA
27
GND
61
KBCLK
28
BACK LIGHT 62
MSDATA
29
NC
63
MSCLK
30
VCC3
64
SB5V
31
VCC3
65
SB5V
32
VCC3
66
SB5V
33
VCC3
67
SB5V
34
VCC
68
SB5V
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6.1.5.15. CN4: PCI/ISA Expansion Slot
The PC 710 provides an ISA/PCI slot for ISA and PCI device
expansion.
B1
F1
B2
F2
B3
F3
B4
F4
B5
F5
B6
F6
B7
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
F7
B31
E31
A31
F31
D1
H1
D2
H2
D3
H3
D4
G1
G2
G3
G4
C1
C2
C3
C4
H4
D18
G19
C18
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Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
F1
GND
B1
GND
E1
GND
A1
IOCHK
F2
GND
B2
ISARST
E2
GND
A2
SD7
F3
INTB
B3
VCC
E3
INTC
A3
SD6
F4
INTA
B4
IRQ9
E4
INTD
A4
SD5
F5
VCC
B5
-5V
E5
VCC
A5
SD4
F6
KEY
B6
DRQ2
E6
KEY
A6
SD3
F7
VCC
B7
-12V
E7
VCC
A7
SD2
F8
PCICLK1 B8
OWS
E8
PCIRST
A8
SD1
F9
GND
+12V
E9
GNT0
A9
SD0
B9
F10 GNT3
B10 GND
E10 REQ0
A10 IORDY
F11 GND
B11 SMEMW
E11 GND
A11 AEN
F12 REQ3
B12 SMEMR
E12 PCILKE2 A12 SA19
F13 AD31
B13 IOW
E13 GND
A13 SA18
F14 AD29
B14 IOR
E14 AD30
A14 SA17
F15 NC
B15 DACK3
E15 NC
A15 SA16
F16 KEY
B16 DRQ3
E16 KEY
A16 SA15
F17 NC
B17 DACK1
E17 NC
A17 SA14
F18 AD27
B18 DRQ1
E18 AD28
A18 SA13
F19 AD25
B19 REF
E19 AD26
A19 SA12
F20 CBE3
B20 ATCLK
E20 AD24
A20 SA11
F21 AD23
B21 IRQ7
E21 AD22
A21 SA10
F22 AD21
B22 IRQ6
E22 AD20
A22 SA9
F23 AD19
B23 IRQ5
E23 AD18
A23 SA8
F24 NC
B24 IRQ4
E24 NC
A24 SA7
F25 KEY
B25 IRQ3
E25 KEY
A25 SA6
F26 NC
B26 DACK2
E26 NC
A26 SA5
F27 AD17
B27 TC
E27 AD16
A27 SA4
F28 IRDY
B28 ALE
E28 FRAME
A28 SA3
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Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
F29 DEVSEL
B29 VCC
E29 CBE2
A29
SA2
F30 LOCK
B30 OSC
E30 TRDY
A30
SA1
F31 PERR
B31 GND
E31 STOP
A31
SA0
H1
SERR
D1
MEMCS16
G1
NC
C1
SBHE
H2
AD15
D2
IOCS16
G2
NC
C2
LA23
H3
AD14
D3
IRQ10
G3
CBE1
C3
LA22
H4
AD12
D4
IRQ11
G4
PAR
C4
LA21
H5
GND
D5
IRQ12
G5
GND
C5
LA20
H6
KEY
D6
IRQ15
G6
KEY
C6
LA19
H7
GND
D7
IRQ14
G7
GND
C7
LA18
H8
AD10
D8
DACK0
G8
AD13
C8
LA17
H9
AD8
D9
DRQ0
G9
AD11
C9
MEMR
H10 AD7
D10 DACK5
G10 AD9
C10
MEMW
H11 AD5
D11 DRQ5
G11 CBE0
C11
SD8
H12 AD3
D12 DACK6
G12 AD6
C12
SD9
H13 AD1
D13 DRQ6
G13 AD4
C13
SD10
H14 AD0
D14 DACK7
G14 AD2
C14
SD11
H15 KEY
D15 DRQ7
G15 KEY
C15
SD12
H16 VCC
D16 VCC
G16 VCC
C16
SD13
H17 VCC
D17 MASTER
G17 VCC
C17
SD14
H18 GND
D18 GND
G18 GND
C18
SD15
H19 GND
G19 GND
6.1.5.16. JP13: Ext. SMI Connector
Pin # Signal
1
SMI
2
GND
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All the onboard I/O signal of the APOLLO motherboard is
connected to an I/O board via 2 SCSI cables for external
device connection. This section provides jumper definition
and connector signal of the I/O board.
6.2.1. Locating Jumpers & Connectors
The following figure helps you to locate the jumpers and
connectors on the motherboard.
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6.2.2. Jumpers & Jumper Setting
The table below lists the function of each jumper. The related
jumper settings are shown in the coming sections.
JP1
Keyboard Connector power selection
JP2
COM1 Pin 9 power selection
JP3
COM2 Pin 9 power selection
JP4
COM4 Pin 9 power selection
6.2.2.1. JP1: Keyboard Power Select
1-2
SB5V
2-3
+5V
6.2.2.2. COM port Power Selection
JP1: COM1 Pin 9 Power selection
JP2: COM2 Pin 9 Power selection
JP4: COM4 Pin 9 Power selection
RI
5V
12V
1-2
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6.2.3. Connectors & Pin Assignment
The table below lists the function of each connector on the
I/O board. Their corresponding pin assignments will be
shown in the following sections.
KB1
Keyboard Connector
MS1
Mouse Connector
COM1
Serial Port 1 (3F8)
COM2
Serial Port 2 (2F8)
COM4
Serial Port 4 (2E8)
CN1
DC Power +5V/+12VC output
LPT1
Parallel Port
CRT1
CRT Display Connector
FDD1
External FDD Connector
USB1
USB Connector 1
USB2
USB Connector 2
DIO1
Digital I/O Connector
LAN1
Ethernet Connector
MIC1
Microphone In Connector
LINE1
Line In Connector
SPK1
Speaker Output Connector
VR1
LCD Backlight Control
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KB1: PS/2 Keyboard Connector
Pin #
Signal
1
KBDATA
2
NC
3
GND
4
SB5V
5
KBCLK
6
NC
6.2.3.2. KBMS: PS/2 Mouse
Pin #
Signal
1
MSDATA
2
NC
3
GND
4
5V
5
MSCLK
6
NC
6.2.3.3. COM1, COM2, COM4: DB-9
Pin #
Signal
Pin #
Signal
1
DCD
6
DSR
2
RXD
7
RTS
3
TXD
8
CTS
4
DTR
9
RI (+5V/12V)
5
GND
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Pin #
Signal
Pin #
Signal
1
GND
5
+5V
2
GND
6
+12V
3
+5V
7
GND
4
+12V
8
GND
6.2.3.5. LPT1: D-SUB-25 Parallel Port
Pin #
Signal
Pin #
Signal
1
STRB#
14
AFD#
2
DATA 0
15
ERROR#
3
DATA 1
16
INIT#
4
DATA 2
17
SLINT#
5
DATA 3
18
GND
6
DATA 4
19
GND
7
DATA 5
20
GND
8
DATA 6
21
GND
9
DATA 7
22
GND
10
ACK#
23
GND
11
BUSY
24
GND
12
PE
25
GND
13
SLCT
6.2.3.6. CRT1: VGA (D-SUB 15 Pin)
Pin # Signal Pin # Signal Pin # Signal
6-90
1
Red
6
GND
11
NC
2
Green
7
GND
12
DDCDATA
3
Blue
8
GND
13
Hsync
4
NC
9
NC
14
Vsync
5
GND
GND
15
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Pin # Signal
Pin # Signal
Pin # Signal
1
RWC#
6
WP#
11
RDATA#
2
INDEX#
7
TRAK0#
12
HEAD#
3
MOA#
8
WE#
13
DSKCHG#
4
DSA#
9
WD#
14
GND
5
DIR#
10
STEP#
15
GND
6.2.3.8. J11: USB 1, USB2 Connector
USB1
Pin # Signal
USB2
Pin # Signal
1
USBVCC
1
USBVCC
2
Data-
2
Data-
3
Data+
3
Data+
4
GND
4
GND
6.2.3.9. DIO1: RJ-11 Connector
Pin # Signal
Pin # Signal
1
+12V
2
IN_0
3
IN_1
4
GND
5
OUT_0
6
OUT_1
6.2.3.10. LAN1: RJ-45 Ethernet Connector
Pin # Signal
Pin # Signal
1
TD+
2
TD-
3
RO+
4
NC
5
NC
6
RO-
7
NC
8
NC
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Pin # Signal
1
Vref
2
NC
3
GND
4
MIC IN
5
GND
6.2.3.12. LINE 1
Pin # Signal
1
Right CHI
2
GND
3
GND
4
Left CH
5
GND
6.2.3.13. SPK 1
Pin # Signal
6-92
1
Right CHI
2
NC
3
NC
4
Left CH
5
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Pin # Signal
Pin # Signal
1
GND
35
GND
2
PD0
36
GND
3
PD1
37
RTSA
4
PD2
38
DTRA
5
PD3
39
SOUTA
6
PD4
40
RIA
7
PD5
41
CTSA
8
PD6
42
DSRA
9
PD7
43
SINA
10
STB#
44
DCDA
11
ACK#
45
GND
12
SLIN#
46
RTSB
13
INT#
47
DTRB
14
ERR#
48
SOUTB
15
AFD#
49
RIB
16
SLCT
50
CTSB
17
PE
51
DSRB
18
BUSY
52
SINB
19
GND
53
DCDB
20
IN 0
54
GND
21
IN 1
55
RTSD
22
IN 2
56
DTRD
23
IN 3
57
SOUTD
24
OUT 0
58
RID
25
OUT 1
59
CTSD
26
OUT 2
60
DSRD
27
OUT 3
61
SIND
28
GND
62
DCDD
29
VCC
63
GND
30
VCC
64
+12V
31
VCC
65
+12V
32
VCC
66
+12V
33
VCC
67
+12V
34
VCC
68
+12V
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Pin # Signal
Pin # Signal
1
GND
35
GND
2
GND
36
GND
3
HSYNC
37
UV0+
4
VSYNC
38
UV05
RED
39
UV1+
6
GREEN
40
UV17
BLUE
41
GND
8
DDCCLK
42
GND
9
DDCDATA
43
GND
10
GND
44
RX+
11
GND
45
RX12
GND
46
TX+
13
RWC#
47
TX14
INDEX#
48
GND
15
MOA#
49
GND
16
DSA#
50
GND
17
DIR#
51
LINE IN _R
18
STEP#
52
LINE IN_L
19
WD#
53
MIC
20
WE#
54
HP_R
21
TRAK0#
55
HP_L
22
WP#
56
NC
23
RDATA#
57
GND
24
HEAD#
58
GND
25
DSKCHG#
59
GND
26
GND
60
KBDATA
27
GND
61
KBCLK
28
BACK LIGHT
62
MSDATA
29
NC
63
MSCLK
30
VCC3
64
SB5V
31
VCC3
65
SB5V
32
VCC3
66
SB5V
33
VCC3
67
SB5V
34
VCC
68
SB5V
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The chapter describes how to set up BIOS
configuration.
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7.1. Award BIOS
The Award BIOS ROM builds in a setup program, which allows
the users to modify the basic system configuration such as
the current date and time or the type of peripheral devices
attached to the computer.
Under the following conditions, the CMOS settings are to be
changed¡ G
1. The system is starting for the first time
2. The hardware devices attached to the systems have been
changed
3. The CMOS memory has lost power and the configuration
information has been erased.
The BIOS setup program is stored in ROM, which can be
accessed by pressing <DEL> key on the keyboard
immediately when the system is powered on.
In order to retain the specified setup information when the
system power is turned off, the system setup information is
stored in a battery-backed CMOS RAM. The battery is to
ensure the settings will not be erased when the computer is
turned off or reset. When the computer is powered on again,
the system will read the settings stored in the CMOS RAM and
compare them to the equipment check conducted during the
power on self test (POST). If any error or mismatch occurs,
an error message will be shown on the screen and the
computer will be prompted to run the setup program.
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7.2. Control Key Definition
Up arrow
Down
arrow
Left arrow
Right
arrow
ESC key
PgUp key
PgDn key
F1 key
F2
F3
F4
F5
key
key
key
key
F6 key
F7 key
F8 key
F9 key
F10 key
Move to previous item
Move to next item
Move to the item in the left hand
Move to the item in the right hand
Main Menu - Quit and not save changes into
CMOS
Status Page Setup Menu and Option Page
Setup Menu - Exit current page and return
to Main Menu
Increase the numeric value or make
changes
Decrease the numeric value or make
changes
General help, only for Status Page Setup
Menu and Option Page Setup Menu
Change color from total 16 colors
Reserved
Reserved
Restore the previous CMOS value from
CMOS, only for Option Page Setup Menu
Load the default CMOS value from BIOS
default table, only for Option Page Setup
Menu
Load the default
Reserved
Reserved
Save all the CMOS changes, only for Main
Menu
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7.3. Getting Help
7.3.1. Main Menu
The on-line description of the highlighted setup function is
displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Press <F1> to pop up a small help window that describes the
appropriate keys to use and the possible selections for the
highlighted item. To exit the Help Window, press <ESC>.
7.4. AWARD BIOS Setup
7.4.1. AWARD BIOS Setup Main Menu
Power on the computer and press <DEL> immediately to run
the AWARD BIOS setup. The setup main menu will appear on
the screen;
Phoenix - Award BIOS Setup Utility
Standard CMOS Features
Ø
Standard CMOS Features
Ø
Advanced BOIS Features
Ø
Advanced Chipset Features
Ø
Integrated Peripherals
Ø
Power Management Setup
Ø
PnP/PCI Configuration
Ø
PC Health Status
Esc : Quit
F9 : Menu in BIOS
Ø
Frequency/Voltage Control
Load Fail-Safe Defaults
Load Optimized Defaults
Set Supervisor Password
Set User Password
Save & Exit Setup
Exit Without Saving
:
Select Item
F10: Save & Exit Setup
Time, Date, Hard Disk Type …
Use the arrow keys to move among the items and press
<Enter> to enter the sub-menu.
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STANDARD CMOS SETUP: This setup page includes all the
items in standard compatible BIOS.
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ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES: This setup page includes all
the items of Award special enhanced features.
u
ADVANCED CHIPSET FEATURES: This setup page includes
all the items of chipset special features.
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INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS: This setup page includes all
onboard peripherals.
u
POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP: This setup page includes all
the items of Green function features.
u
PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION: This setup page includes all
the configurations of PCI & PnP ISA resources.
u
PC HEALTH STATUS: This setup page auto detects the
temperature, voltage and fan speed.
u
FREQUENCY/VOLTAGE CONTROL: This setup page includes
the CPU/DDR/PCI frequency setting
u
LOAD FAIL-SAFE DEFAULTS: BIOS Defaults indicates the
most appropriate value of the system parameters that
the system would be in safe configuration.
u
LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULTS: Setup Defaults indicates the
value of the system parameters that the system would
be in the best performance configuration.
u
SET SUPERVISOR PASSWORD: Change, set, or disable
password. It allows you to limit access to the system and
Setup, or just to Setup.
u
SET USER PASSWORD: Change, set, or disable User
password. It allows you to limit access to the system and
Setup, or just to Setup.
u
SAVE & EXIT SETUP: Save CMOS value settings to CMOS
and exit setup.
u
EXIT WITHOUT SAVING: Abandon all CMOS value changes
and exit setup.
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7.4.2. Standard CMOS Features
If the STANDARD CMOS FEATURE is selected from the
main menu, the screen below will appear. This menu allows
the users to configure the system components such as date,
time, hard disk drive, floppy disk drive and display type. The
system BIOS will automatically detect the memory size;
therefore no setting is needed.
Phoenix - Award BIOS Setup Utility
Standard CMOS Features
Date (mm: dd: yy) Thu. Jan. 16 2003
Time (hh: mm: ss) 11:45:58
Item Help
Menu Level
Ø
IDE Primary Master
Change the day, month,
Ø
IDE Primary Slave
year and century
Ø
IDE Secondary Master
Ø
IDE Secondary Slave
Drive A
(1.44M, 3.5 in.)
Drive B
(None)
Video
(EGA/VGA)
Halt On
(All, But Keyboard)
Panel Scaling
(Auto)
Panel Number
(Setting By H/W)
Base Memory
Extended Memory
Total Memory
640K
65472K
1024K
: Move Enter: Select +/-/PU/PD: Value F10: Save
ESC: Exit F1: General Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
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u DATE
The date format is <day>, <month> <date> <year>.
day
The day, from Sun to Sat, determined by the
BIOS and is display-only
month
The month, Jan. through Dec.
date
The date, from 1 to 31 (or the maximum
allowed in the month)
year
The year, from 1994 through 2079
u TIME
The times format in <hour> <minute> <second>. The time
is calculated base on the 24-hour military-time clock. For
example, 1 p.m. is 13:00:00.
u PRIMARY HDDS / SECONDARY HDDS
The category identifies the types of hard disk from drive C to
F that has been installed in the computer. There are two types:
auto type, and user definable type. User type is
user-definable; Auto type which will automatically detect
HDD type.
Note that the specifications of your drive must match with the
drive table. The hard disk will not work properly if you enter
improper information for this category.
If you select User Type, related information will be asked to
enter to the following items. Enter the information directly
from the keyboard and press <Enter>. Such information
should be provided in the documentation form your hard disk
vendor or the system manufacturer.
CYLS.
Number of cylinders
HEADS
number of heads
PRECOMP
write precomp
LANDZONE
Landing zone
SECTORS
number of sectors
If a hard disk has not been installed select NONE and press
<Enter>.
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DRIVE A
TYPE
/ DRIVE B
TYPE
The category identifies the types of floppy disk drive A or
drive B that has been installed in the computer.
None
No floppy drive installed
360K, 5.25" 5.25 inch PC-type standard drive; 360K byte
1.2M, 5.25"
5.25 inch AT-type high-density drive; 1.2M
bytes (3.5 inch when 3 Mode is Enabled).
720K, 3.5"
3.5 inch double-sided drive; 720K byte
1.44M, 3.5"
3.5 inch double-sided drive; 1.44M byte
2.88M, 3.5"
3.5 inch double-sided drive; 2.88M byte
u VIDEO
The category selects the default video device
Options: EGA/VGA/CGA40/CGA80/Mono
u HALT ON
The category determines whether the computer will stop if an
error is detected during power up.
NO Errors
The system boot will not stop for any
error that may be detected
All Errors
Whenever the BIOS detects a
non-fatal error the system will be
stopped and you will be prompted
All, But Keyboard The system boot will not stop for a
keyboard error; it will stop for all
other errors
All, But Diskette
The system boot will not stop for a
disk error; it will stop for all other
errors
All, But Disk/Key The system boot will not stop for a
keyboard or disk error; it will stop for
all other errors
u
u
PANEL SCALING
PANEL NUMBER
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7.4.3. Advanced BIOS Features
If the ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES option is selected from
the main menu, the screen below will appear. The following
sample screen consists of the default values for PC 710.
Phoenix - Award BIOS Setup Utility
Advanced BIOS Features
Virus Warning
(Disabled)
CPU L1 & L2 Cache
(Enabled)
Quick Power On Self Test
(Enabled)
First Boot Device
(HDD-0)
Allow you to choose the
Second Boot Device
(CDROM)
VIRUS warning
Third Boot Device
(FDD)
features for IDE Hard
Boot up Other Devices
(Enabled)
Disk boot sector
Swap Floppy Drive
(Disabled)
protection. If this
Boot up Floppy Seek
(Disabled)
function is enabled and
Boot up NumLock Status
(ON)
someone attempt to
Gate A20 Option
(Fast)
write data into this
Swap Floppy Drive
(Disabled)
area, BIOS will show a
Boot up Floppy Seek
(Enabled)
warning message on
Boot up NumLock Status
(ON)
the screen and alarm
Gate A20 Option
(Fast)
beep
Typematic Rate Setting
(Disabled)
Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec)
Typematic Delay (Msec)
6
250
Security Option
(Setup)
APIC Mode
(Enabled)
MPS Version Control For OS
(1.4)
OS Select For DRAM > 64MB
(Non-OS2)
Report NO FDD for Win 95
(Yes)
C8000-CBFFF Shadow
(Disabled)
CC000-CFFFF Shadow
(Disabled)
D0000-D3FFF Shadow
(Disabled)
D4000-D7FFF Shadow
(Disabled)
D8000-DBFFF Shadow
(Disabled)
DC000-DFFFF Shadow
(Disabled)
Small logo EPA Show
(Disabled)
: Move
Item Help
Menu Level
Enter: Select
+/-/PU/PD: Value
F10: Save
ESC: Exit F1: General Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
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u VIRUS WARNING
Allow you to choose the VIRUS Warning feature for IDE Hard
Disk boot sector protection. If this function is enabled and
someone attempt to write data into this area, BIOS will show
a warning message on screen and alarm beep.
Enabled Activates automatically when the system boots up
causing a warning message to appear when anything
attempts to access the boot sector or hard disk partition
table.
Disabled No warning message will appear when anything
attempts to access the boot sector or hard disk partition
table.
u
CPU INTERNAL CACHE/EXTERNAL CACHE
These two categories speed up memory access. However, it
depends on CPU/chipset design.
Enabled Enable cache
Disabled Disable cache
u
CPU L2 CACHE ECC CHECKING
This item allows you to enable/disable CPU L2 Cache ECC
checking.
The choice: Enabled & Disabled.
u PROCESSOR NUMBER FEATURE
Some of the new generation of socket-478 processors are
installed with a unique processor number. This number may
be used for verification in Internet transactions and
e-commerce. If you prefer not to use or distribute the unique
processor number, use this item to suppress the processor
number.
The choice: Enabled & Disabled.
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QUICK POWER ON SELF TEST
This category speeds up Power On Self Test (POST) after you
power up the computer. If it is set to Enable, BIOS will
shorten or skip some check items during POST.
Enabled Enable quick POST
Disabled Normal POST
u FIRST/SECOND/THIRD/OTHER BOOT DEVICE
The BIOS attempts to load the operating system from the
devices in the sequence selected in these items.
The Choice: Floppy, LS/ZIP, HDD, SCSI, CDROM & Disabled.
u
SWAP FLOPPY DRIVE
If the system has two floppy drives, you can swap the logical
drive name assignments.
The choice: Enabled & Disabled.
u BOOT UP FLOPPY SEEK
Seeks disk drives during boot up. Disabling speeds boot up.
The choice: Enabled & Disabled.
u BOOT UP NUMLOCK STATUS
Select power on state for NumLock.
The choice: Enabled & Disabled.
u
GATE A20 OPTION
Select if chipset or keyboard controller should control
GateA20.
Normal A pin in the keyboard controller controls GateA20
Fast Lets chipset control GateA20
u
TYPEMATIC RATE SETTING
Key strokes repeat at a rate determined by the keyboard
controller.
When enabled, the typematic rate and typematic delay can
be selected.
The choice: Enabled & Disabled.
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TYPEMATIC RATE (CHARS/SEC)
Sets the number of times a second to repeat a key stroke
when you hold the key down.
The choice: 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 20, 24 & 30.
u
Typematic Delay (Msec)
Sets the delay time after the key is held down before it begins
to repeat the keystroke.
The choice: 250, 500, 750 & 1000.
u
SECURITY OPTION
Select whether the password is required every time the
system boots or only when you enter setup.
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 at
Main Menu and then you will be asked to enter password. Do
not type anything and just press <Enter>, it will disable
security. Once the security is disabled, the system will boot
and you can enter Setup freely.
u
OS SELECT FOR DRAM > 64MB
Select the operating system that is running with greater than
64MB of RAM on the system.
The choice: Non-OS2, OS2.
u
REPORT NO FDD FOR WIN 95
Whether report no FDD for Win 95 or not.
The choice: Yes & No.
u
VIDEO BIOS SHADOW
This item allows the video BIOS to be copied to system
memory for faster performance.
The choice: Enabled & Disabled.
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7.4.4. Advanced Chipset Features
If the ADVAMCED CHIPSET FEATURES option is selected
from the main menu, the screen below will appear. The
following sample screen consists of the default values for PC
710.
Phoenix - Award BIOS Setup Utility
Advanced Chipset Features
Turbo Mode
(Disabled)
Memory Frequency For
(Auto)
System BIOS Cacheable
(Enabled)
Video BIOS Cacheable
(Disabled)
Item Help
Menu Level
Memory Hole at 15M-16M (Disabled)
Delay Transaction
(Enabled)
Delay Prior to Thermal
(16M)
AGP Aperture Size (MB)
(64)
** ON-Chip VGA Setting**
On-Chip VGA
(Enabled)
On-Chip Frame Buffer Size (8M)
Boot Display
(Auto)
: Move Enter: Select +/-/PU/PD: Value F10: Save
: Move Enter: Select +/-/PU/PD: Value F10: Save
ESC: Exit F1: General Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
ESC: Exit F1: General Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
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TURBO MODE
u
MEMORY FREQUENCY FOR
u
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 result.
The choice: Enabled or Disabled.
u
VIDEO BIOS CACHEABLE
Select Enabled allows caching of the Video RAM, resulting in
better system performance. However, if any program writes
to this memory area, a system error may result.
The choice: Enabled or Disabled.
u MEMORY HOLE AT 15M-16M:
You can reserve this area of system memory for ISA adapter
ROM. When this area is reserved, it cannot be cached. The
user information of peripherals that need to use this area of
system memory usually discusses their memory
requirements.
u
DELAYED TRANSACTION
u
DELAY PRIOR TO THERMAL
u
AGP APERTURE SIZE (MB)
Select the size of Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) aperture.
The aperture is a portion of the PCI memory address range
dedicated for graphics memory address space. Host cycles
that hit the aperture range are forwarded to the AGP without
any translation.
The Choice: 4M, 8M, 16M, 32M, 64M, 128M, 256M.
u
ON-CHIP VGA
u
ON-CHIP FRAME BUFFER SIZE
u
BOOT DISPLAY
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7.4.5. Integrated Peripherals
If the INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS option is selected from
the main menu, the screen below will appear. The following
sample screen consists of the default values for PC 710.
Phoenix - Award BIOS Setup Utility
Advanced BIOS Features
On-Chip Primary PCI IDE
IDE Primary Master PIO
IDE Primary Slave PIO
IDE Primary Master UDMA
IDE Primary Slave UDMA
On-Chip Secondary PCI IDE
IDE Secondary Master PIO
IDE Secondary Slave PIO
IDE Secondary Master UDMA
IDE Secondary Slave UDMA
USB Controller
USB 2.0 Controller
USB Keyboard Support
AC97 Audio
Flash ROM Write
Onboard LAN Function
Init. Display First
IDE HDD Block Mode
Power On Function
KB Power On Password
Hot Key Power On
Onboard FDC Controller
Onboard Serial Port 1
Serial Port 1 Use IRQ
Onboard Serial Port 2
Serial Port 2 Use IRQ
UART Mode Select
RxD, TxD Active
IR Transmission Delay
UR2 Duplex Mode
Use IR Pins
Onboard Parallel Port 3
Serial Port 3 Use IRQ
Onboard Serial Port 4
Serial Port 4 Use IRQ
Onboard Parallel Port 1
Parallel Port 1 Use IRQ
Parallel Port 1 Mode
LPT1 EPP Mode Select
LPT1 ECP Mode Use DMA
PWRON After PWR-Fail
DIO Port Address
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(Auto)
(Auto)
(Auto)
(Enabled)
(Auto)
(Auto)
(Auto)
(Auto)
(Enabled)
(Enabled)
(Disabled)
(Auto)
(Enable)
(Enable)
(Onboard/AGP)
(Enable)
(Button Only)
(Enter)
(Ctrl-F1)
(Enable)
(3F8)
(IRQ4)
(2F8)
(IRQ3)
(Normal)
(Hi, Lo)
(Enabled)
(Half)
(IR-Rx2Tx2)
(378)
(IRQ7)
(2E8)
(IRQ 11)
(378)
(IRQ7)
(SPP)
(EPP1.7)
(3)
(OFF)
(200)
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u
INTERNAL PCI/IDE
This chipset contains an internal PCI IDE interface with
support for two IDE channels.
The choice: Primary, Secondary or Both.
u
IDE PRIMARY MASTER/SLAVE PIO
The four IDE PIO (Programmed Input/ Output) fields let you
set a PIO mode (0-4) for each of the four IDE devices that the
onboard IDE interface supports. Modes 0 through 4 provide
successively increased performance. In Auto mode, the
system automatically determines the best mode for each
device.
The choice: Auto, Mode 0, Mode 1, Mode 2, Mode 3 or Mode 4.
u
PRIMARY MASTER/SLAVE ULTRADMA
UDMA (Ultra DMA) is a DMA data transfer protocol that
utilizes ATA commands and the ATA bus to allow DMA
commands to transfer data at a maximum burst rate of 33
MB/s. When you select Auto in the four IDE UDMA fields (for
interface supports), the system automatically determines the
optimal data transfer rate for each IDE device.
The choice: Auto or disabled.
u
USB CONTROLLER
Select Enabled if your system contains a Universal Serial Bus
(USB) controller and you have USB peripherals.
The choice: Enabled or Disabled.
u
USB 2.0 CONTROLLER
Select Enabled if your system is using with a USB 2.0 devices
u
USB KEYBOARD SUPPORT
Select Enabled if your system contains a Universal Serial Bus
(USB) controller and you have a USB keyboard.
The choice: Enabled or Disabled.
u AC97 AUDIO
Select Auto to support AC97 Audio.
The choice: Auto or Disabled.
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FLASH ROM WRITE
u
ONBOARD LAN FUNCTION
u INIT DISPLAY FIRST
This item allows you to decide to active which bus first (PCI
Slote or Onboard/AGP).
The choice: PCI Slot or Onboard/AGP
u
IDE HDD BLOCK MODE:
Block mode is also called block transfer, multiple commands,
or multiple sector read/write. If your IDE hard drive supports
block mode (most new drives do), select Enabled for
automatic detection of the optimal number of block
read/write per sector the drive can support.
The choice: Enabled or Disabled.
u
POWER ON FUNCTION
u
KB POWER ON PASSWORD
This item can be used to prompt the used for a password
when the system power is resumed by keyboard action.
The choice:
u
HOT KEY POWER ON
u
ONBOARD FDC CONTROLLER
Select Enabled if your system has a floppy disk controller
(FDC) installed on the system board and you wish to use it. If
you install and-in FDC or the system has no floppy drive,
select Disabled in this field.
u
ONBOARD SERIAL PORT 1/PORT 2/PORT 3/PORT 4
Select an address and corresponding interrupt for the first
and second serial ports.
The choice: 3F8/IRQ4, 2F8/IRQ3, 3E8/IRQ10, 2E8/IRQ11,
Disabled or Auto.
u
ONBOARD PARALLEL PORT 1:
This item allows you to determine access onboard parallel
port controller with which I/O address.
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DIO PORT ADDRESS:
The choice: 200, 208 or Disabled.
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7.4.6. Power Management Setup
If the POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP option is selected
from the main menu, the screen below will appear. The
following sample screen consists of the default values for PC
710.
Phoenix - Award BIOS Setup Utility
Power Management Setup
ACPI function
(Enabled)
ACPI Suspend Type
(S3 (STR))
Run VGABIOS if S3 Resume
(No)
Power Management
(User Define)
Video Off Method
(DPMS)
Video Off In Suspend
(Yes)
Suspend Type
(Stop Grant)
Modem Use IRQ
(3)
Suspend Mode
(Disabled)
HDD Power Down
(Disabled)
Soft-Off by PWR BTTN
(Instant Off)
Wake-Up by PCI Card
(Enabled)
Power-On by Ring/LAN
(Enabled)
USB KB Wake-Up From S3
(Disabled)
Resume by Alarm
(Disabled)
X
Date (of Month) Alarm
0
X
Time (hh: mm: ss) Alarm
0:0:0
Item Help
Menu Level
** Reload Global Timer Event **
Primary IDE 0
(Disabled)
Primary IDE 1
(Disabled)
Secondary IDE 0
(Disabled)
Secondary IDE 1
(Disabled)
FDD/COM/LPT Port
(Disabled)
PCI PIRQ (A-D)#
(Disabled)
: Move
Enter : Select
+/-/PU/PD: Value
F10: Save
ESC: Exit F1: General Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
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7.4.7. PnP/PCI Configuration
If the PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION option is selected from
the main menu, the screen below will appear. The following
sample screen consists of the default values for PC 710.
Phoenix - Award BIOS Setup Utility
PnP PCI Configuration
PnP OS Installed
(No)
Reset Configuration Data
(Disabled)
Resources Controlled By
(Auto(ESCD))
x IRQ Resources
Press Enter
x DMA Resources
Press Enter
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
Item Help
Menu Level
(Disabled)
Select Yes if you
are using a Plug
and Play capable
operation system.
Select No if you
need the BIOS to
configure a
non-boot device
: Move
Enter : Select
+/-/PU/PD: Value
F10: Save
ESC: Exit F1: General Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
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u
RESET CONFIGURATION DATA
Normally, you leave this field Disabled. Select Enabled to
reset Extended System Configuration Data (ESCD) when you
exit Setup if you have installed a new add-on and the system
reconfiguration has caused such a serious conflict that the
operating system can not boot.
The choice: Enabled or Disabled.
u RESOURCE CONTROLLED BY
The Award Plug and Play BIOS has the capacity to
automatically configure all of the boot and Plug and Play
compatible devices.
However, this capability means absolutely nothing unless you
are using a Plug and Play operating system such as
Windows95. If you set this field to “manual” choose specific
resources by going into each of the sub menu that follows this
field (a sub menu is preceded by a “Ø”).
The choice: Auto(ESCD), Manual.
u
IRQ RESOURCES
When resources are controlled manually, assign each system
interrupt a type, depending on the type of device using the
interrupt.
u
IRQ3/4/5/7/9/10/11/12/14/15
ASSIGNED TO
This item allows you to determine the IRQ assigned to the
ISA bus and is not available to any PCI slot. Legacy ISA for
devices compliant with the original PC AT bus specification,
PCI/ISA PnP for devices compliant with the Plug and Play
standard whether designed for PCI or ISA bus architecture.
The Choice: Legacy ISA and PCI/ISA PnP.
u
PCI/VGA PALETTE SNOOP
Leave this field at Disabled.
The choice: Enabled or Disabled.
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7.4.8. PC Health Status
The PC HEALTH STATUS auto detects the system’s
temperature, voltage and fan speed.
Phoenix - Award BIOS Setup Utility
PC Health Status
Shutdown Temperature
(Disabled)
Current System Temp.
Item Help
Menu Level
Current CPU1 Temp.
VCore (From VID)
VCore (V)
VCC1.5 (V)
VCC3.3 (V)
VIO 3.3V
+5V
+12 V
- 12 V
- 5V
Current CPU Fan Speed
Current System Fan1 Speed
Current System Fan2 Speed
: Move
Enter: Select
+/-/PU/PD: Value
F10: Save
ESC: Exit F1: General Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
u
SHUTDOWN TEMPERATURE:
This item allows you to select System shutdown temperature.
The choice: 60oC/140 oF, 65 oC /149 oF, 70 oC/158 oF or
Disabled.
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7.4.9. Frequency Voltage Control
This setup page is for the CPU, DDR and PCI frequency
setting.
Phoenix - Award BIOS Setup Utility
Frequency Voltage Control
CPU Clock Ratio
(8X)
Auto Detect PCI Clk
(Enabled)
Spread Spectrum
(Disabled)
CPU Clock
(100MHz)
: Move
Enter : Select
Item Help
Menu Level
+/-/PU/PD: Value
F10: Save
ESC: Exit F1: General Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
u
CPU CLOCK RATIO
This item allows you to select CPU Clock ratio.
The choice:
u
AUTO DETECT PCI CLK
This item allows you to select auto detect PCI Clock.
The choice: Enabled or Disabled.
u
SPREAD SPECTRUM
This item allows you to Enabled/Disabled the spread
spectrum modulate.
The choice: Enabled or Disabled.
u CPU CLOCK
This item allows you to select CPU frequency.
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7.4.10. Load Fail-Safe Defaults
The default values of the LOAD FAIL-SAFE DEFAULTS
indicates the most appropriate value of the system
parameters that the system would be in safe configuration.
Phoenix - Award BIOS Setup Utility
Ø
Standard CMOS Features
Ø
Advanced BOIS Features
Ø
Advanced Chipset Features
Ø
Integrated Peripherals
Ø
Power Management Setup
Ø
Ø
Ø
Frequency/Voltage Control
Load Fail-Safe Defaults
Load Optimized Defaults
Set Supervisor Password
Set User Password
Save & Exit Setup
PnP/PCI Configuration
(Y/N) ? N
Exit Without
Saving
PC Health Status Load Fail-Safe Defaults
Esc : Quit
F9 : Menu in BIOS
:
Select Item
F10: Save & Exit Setup
Load Fail-Safe Defaults
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7.4.11. Load Optimized Defaults
The default values of the LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULTS
indicates the most appropriate value of the system
parameters that the system would be in best performance
configuration.
Phoenix - Award BIOS Setup Utility
Ø
Frequency/Voltage Control
Ø
Standard CMOS Features
Ø
Advanced BOIS Features
Ø
Advanced Chipset Features
Load
Defaults
LoadFail-Safe
Optimized
Defaults
Load Optimized Defaults
Ø
Set Supervisor Password
Integrated Peripherals
Set
User
Password
Optimized Defaults
(Y/N)
?N
Power ManagementLoad
Setup
Save
&
Exit
Setup
PnP/PCI Configuration
Ø
PC Health Status
Exit Without Saving
Ø
Ø
Esc: Quit
F9 : Menu in BIOS
:
Select Item
F10: Save & Exit Setup
Load Optimized Defaults
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7.4.12.
User Password
The USER PASSWORD is used to set the password. To
change the password, select this option from the main menu
and press <Enter>.
If the CMOS does not work properly or the USER
PASSWORD option is selected for the first time, then a
default password is stored in the ROM. The following
message will appear on the screen;
Enter Password
Press <Enter>.
If the CMOS is working properly or the USER PASSWORD
option is selected to change the default password, then the
current password (the ROM password or the use-defined
password) stored in the ROM needs to be entered first. The
following message will appear on the screen;
Confirm Password
Enter the current password and press <Enter>.
After pressing <Enter>, then the new password (8 characters
at most) can be entered now. The new password will be
stored in the CMOS.
Please note that to enable this option, either Setup or
System is to be selected from the ADVANCED BIOS
FEATRUES first.
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7.4.13. Save and Exit Setup
If the SAVE & EXIT SETUP option is selected, the values
entered the setup utilities will be saved in the chipset’s CMOS
memory. When the system is turned on every time, the CPU
will check the CMOS to compare the CMOS data to see
whether it matches the system. These data are very
important for the system operation.
Phoenix - Award BIOS Setup Utility
Ø
Standard CMOS Features
Ø
Advanced BOIS Features
Ø
Advanced Chipset Features
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Integrated Peripherals
Frequency/Voltage Control
Load Fail-Safe Defaults
Load Optimized Defaults
Set Supervisor Password
Save
Save && Exit
Exit Setup
Setup
Exit Without Saving
PnP/PCI Configuration
Save to CMOS and Exit (Y/N) ? Y
PC Health Status
Power Management Setup
Esc : Quit
F9 : Menu in BIOS
:
Select Item
F10: Save & Exit Setup
Save Data to CMOS
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7.4.14. Exit Without Saving
If the EXIT WITHOUT SAVING option is selected and
<ENTER> is pressed, you will exit the Setup program without
saving any new values. The CMOS will still keep the old
values.
Phoenix - Award BIOS Setup Utility
Ø
Standard CMOS Features
Ø
Advanced BOIS Features
Ø
Advanced Chipset Features
Ø
Integrated Peripherals
Ø
Power Management Setup
Ø
Ø
Ø
Frequency/Voltage Control
Load Fail-Safe Defaults
Load Optimized Defaults
Set Supervisor Password
Save & Exit Setup
QuitWithout
WithoutSaving
Saving
Exit
PnP/PCI Configuration
Quit without Saving (Y/N) ? N
PC Health Status
Esc : Quit
F9 : Menu in BIOS
:
Select Item
F10: Save & Exit Setup
Abandon All Data
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8. SOFTWARE & DRIVERS INSTALLATION
The chapter introduces the PC 710 onboard VGA,
Ethernet, Audio and the respective drivers and
installation.
.
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8.1. System Chipset Drivers
The system chipset used on PC 710 is Intel 845G. The
chipset drivers for different operating systems are stored
under
PanelPC & Motherboard/Drivers & Utilities/PC 7x0 & Panel PC
(Socket 478, Celeron_P4)/inf
For updated system drivers, please have them downloaded
the following website
http://www.intel.com
8.2. IDE Acceleration Drivers
The PC 710 is able to support UDMA IDE. To extend this
functionality, the UDMA acceleration needs to be installed
first. The related drivers are stored under
PanelPC & Motherboard/Drivers & Utilities/PC 7x0 & Panel PC
(Socket 478, Celeron_P4)/iaa
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8.3. Ethernet Drivers
The PC 710 provides a 10/100 Base T fast Ethernet.
The PC 710 Ethernet drive diskette or CD diskette contains
the following drivers;
Realtek RTL8100B Ethernet drivers for
² Windows 95/95OSR2
² Windows 98
² Windows 2000
² Windows NT
²
²
Windows ME
Windows XP
For the Ethernet drivers, please download the updated
drivers from the following website
http://www.realtek.com.tw
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8.4. PC 710 AGP XGA
By integrating an advanced hardware 2D/3D GUI engine and
64-bit graphic display interface, the PC 710 can deliver AGP
4X performance and memory bandwidth of up to 1GB. It
adopts Share System Memory architecture which can flexibly
utilize the frame buffer size up to 64MB.
The PC 710 XGA driver diskettes contain the following
drivers;
Intel 845G VGA drivers for
²
²
²
²
²
²
Windows
Windows
Windows
Windows
Windows
Windows
95/95OSR2
98
ME
2000
NT
XP
For the VGA drivers, please download the updated drivers
from the following website
http://www.intel.com
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8.5. Audio Setup
The PC 710 audio driver diskette contains the following
drivers;
Realtek ALC202A audio drivers for
² Windows 95/95OSR2
² Windows 98
² Windows 2000
² Windows NT
² Windows ME
²
Windows XP
For the audio drivers, please download the updated drivers
from the following website
http://www.realtek.com.tw
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8.6. Touchscreen Drivers
The panel PC audio driver diskette contains the following
drivers;
²
²
²
²
3M resistive touch drivers
3M capacitive touch drivers
Elo resistive/SAW touch driver
E-turbo touch drivers
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8.7. Driver Installation
To install the Ethernet, VGA, Audio and Touchscreen drivers,
find the drivers from the correct directory and execute the
execution files. All the related drivers for the motherboard
are stored in the floppy diskettes or the panel PC tool CD
under the following route;
PanelPC & Motherboard/Drivers & Utilities/PC 7x0 & Panel PC
(Socket 478, Celeron_P4)
The drivers for touchscreen are stored under the following
route;
PanelPC & Motherboard/Drivers & Utilities/xxx Touch
Find the brand and touch type installed with the panel PC and
find related drivers in respective directories.
Please refer to the readme.txt file under each directory for
more drivers’ information.
Recent releases of operating systems always include setup
programs that load automatically and guide you through the
installation.
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Appendix
A: LCD Specification
A-1. APOLLO 120 LCD
The standard display used for the APOLLO 120 is a TORISAN
12.1” TFT active matrix color liquid display (LCD) module; its
model no. is MXS121022010 or its equivalent. It composes
of LCD panel, driver ICs, control circuit and backlight. By
applying 6 bit digital data, 800x600, 260K-color images are
displayed on the 12.1” diagonal screen. Input power voltage
is single 3.3V for LCD driving.
A-1-2. SPECIFICATION
Inverter backlight is not included in this LCD module. General
specifications are summarized in the following:
ITEM
SPECIFICATION
Display Area (mm)
246.0 (H) x 184.5 (V)
(12.106 inch diagonal)
Number of Pixel
800 x R.G.B (W) x 600 (H)
Sub Pixel Pitch (mm)
0.1025 (W) x 0.3075 (H)
Pixel Pitch (mm)
0.3075 (W) x 0.3075 (H)
Number of Color
262144 colors
Active Viewing Angle
246.0 (W) x 184.5 (H)
Bezel opening area
250.0 (W) x 188.5 (H)
Brightness (cd/m2)
150 (cd/m2 )
Module Size (mm)
275.0(W)*199(H)*6.9max (T)
Module Weight (g)
440 g (TYP.)
Backlight Unit
CCFL, 1-tube
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A-2. THE LCDS FOR APOLLO 150
The standard display used for the APOLLO 150 is either LG
15.1” TFT LCD, LM151X2 or its equivalent or a Chi Mei 15”
TFT LCD, M150X3-L01 or its equivalent.
A-2-1: 15.1” LG LM151X2
The LM151X2 is a TTL interface 15.1” TFT active matrix color
liquid display. It comprises amorphous silicon TFT attached to
each signal electrode, a driving circuit and a backlight. This
LCD has a built-in backlight with inverter. The 38 cm (15.1”)
diagonal display area contains 1024 x 768 pixels and can
display more than 262,144 colors simultaneously.
A-2-1-1 SPECIFICATION
General specifications are summarized in the following:
ITEM
Display Mode
Number of Color
Viewing Angle
Cross talk
Response time
Brightness (cd/m2)
Life time
Contrast Ratio
SPECIFICATION
Normally white
262144 colors
* Horizontal: 60o (typ. Left side,
right side)
* Vertical: 45o (typ. Up side,
Down side)
Horizontal: 2.5%
Vertical: 2.5%
50ms(typ.)
200 cd/m2
40,000 hrs
200:1
A-2-1-2. ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
ITEMS
SYMBOL
MIN.
Power Supply Voltage
VDD
0
Lamp Current
IBL
Operating Temperature
Top
0
Storage Temperature
Tst
-20
MAX.
+3.6
9.0
50
60
UNIT
VDC
mArms
o
C
o
C
Note: Humidity (operation)20~90%, relative humidity
Humidity (non-operation) 5~85%
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A-2-1: 15” Chi Mei M150X3-L01
The LM150X3_L01 is a 15.0” TFT Liquid Crystal Display
module with 4 CCFL backlight units and 20 pins LVDD
interface. This moulde supports 1024*768 XGA mode and
can display 16.2M. The optimum viewing angle is at 6 o’clock
direction.
A-2-2-1. SPECIFICATION
Inverter backlight is not included in this LCD module. General
specifications are summarized in the following:
ITEM
SPECIFICATION
Display Area (mm)
304.1 (H) x 228.15 (V)
(15.0” diagonal)
Bezel Opening Area (mm)
308.2 (H) x 232.1 (V)
Driver Element
a-Si TFT active matrix
Pixel Number(pixel)
1024 x R.G.B (W) x 768 (H)
Pixel Pitch (mm)
0.297 (W) x 0.297 (H)
Pixel Arrangement
RGB vertical stripe
Display Color
16,194,277 colors
Passive Mode
Normally White
Viewing Angle
* Horizontal: θx+ 60 o, θx- 60 o
* Vertical: θY+ 40 o, θY- 60 o
2
Brightness (cd/m )
250 (cd/m2 )
Module Weight (g)
1,350 g (max.)
Backlight Unit
CCFL, 4-tube
A-2-2-2. MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION
Item
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Horizontal (H) 331.6
Module Size Vertical (V)
254.76
Depth (D)
13.0
Weight
(1,350)
Unit
mm
mm
mm
G
A-2-2-3. ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Item
Power Supply Voltage
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VCC
Value
Unit
Min.
Max.
VSS0.3
4.0
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B: DiskOnChip Installation
The APOLLO 120/150 IV is equipped with an internal flash
disk which can emulate a floppy disk drive by adapting
DiskOnChip memory chips from 2MB to 144MB capacity,
and the flash disk is fully compatible with floppy disk format
of MS-DOS system.
To install a DiskOnChip memory to the provided socket,
follow the instructions below;
1. Make sure the computer is turned off
2. Insert the DiskOnChip memory device into the onboard
socket. Make sure that pin 1 of the DiskOnChip is aligned
with the pin 1 of the socket.
3. Power up the computer
4. During the power up, the DiskOnChip drivers will be
automatically loaded into the system memory.
5. At this time, the DiskOnChip can be accessed as any
disk drive.
6. If it is the only disk in the system, it will appear as the
first drive, drive C:.
7. If there are more drives already attached to the system,
then by default, the DiskOnChip will appear as the last
drive unless specially programmed.
8. If the DiskOnChip is to be bootable, then follow the
steps below
a.
Use DOS command to copy the operating files into
the DiskOnChip
b.
The DiskOnChip is to be configured as the first
drive, drive C: in the system. Use the DUPDATE
utility.
DUPDATE D /S: DOC104.EXB /FIRST (set as c:)
DUPDATE C /S: DOC104.EXB (set as d:)
For more information and for the latest software utility and
utilities manual on the DiskOnChip, visit M-System website
at www.m-sys.com .
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C: System I/O Ports
Address range (Hex)
000-01F
020-021
022-023
040-05F
060-06F
070-07F
080-09F
0A0-0BF
0C0-0DF
0F0
0F1
0F8-0FF
1F0-1F8
200-207
443
143
208
2E8
2F8-2FF
300-31F
330-331
360-36F
378-37F
380-38F
3A0-3AF
3B0-3BF
3C0-3CF
3D0-3DF
3E8
3F0-3F7
3F8-3FF
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Device
DMA controller
Interrupt controller 1, master
Chipset address
8254 timer
8024 keyboard controller
Real time clock, non-maskable
interrupt mask (NMI)
DMA page register
Interrupt controller 2
DMA controller
Clear math co-processor
Reset math co-processor
Math co-processor
Fixed disk
Game Port (not used)
Watchdog timer
Watchdog timer
DIO port
Serial port #4
Serial port #2
Prototype card (not used)
MPU-401 Compatible
Reserved
Parallel printer port 1 (LPT1)
SDLC, bisynchronous 2 (not used)
Bisynchronous 1 (not used)
Monochrome display and printer
adapter (LPT1) (not used)
Reserved
Color/graphics monitor adapter
Serial port #3
Diskette controller
Serial port #1
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C: Wake-On-LAN
The Wake-On-LAN is a remote management tool with the
advantage to reduce system management workload. It
provides the capability to remotely power on the client
computers supporting Wake-On-LAN by simply sending a
“wake up packet”. After powering up the client systems, the
user is able to monitor the remote systems’ status and to
upload or download files to or from the clients. With this
feature, MIS persons can flexibly perform client maintenance
during off-hours; the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) will be
thus lowered.
To use Wake On LAN function, the client system must have a
network card with chipset that supports the Wake-On-LAN
and an ATX power supply meeting 2.01 with at least 720mA
standby current is also required to support the Ethernet card
for this function. The APOLLO is a panel PC system with these
two features. To use the APOLLO Wake-On-LAN function,
please refer to the following;
1. Download the “Wake up packet”,
PCnet Family Software Magic Packet Utility. This utility is
downloadable from AMD website at
http://www.amd.com/us-en/Networking/ProductInformatio
n/0,,50_2330,00.html
Or refer to the Magic Packet ™ Technology at AMD website
for how to write your own wake-up program.
http://www.amd.com/us-en/Networking/TechnicalResource
s/0,,50_2334_2481,00.html
2. BIOS Setting
Enter the \POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP\PM WAKE UP EVENTS to
enable the MACPME POWER UP CONTROL
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3. Wake up Packet
To use the AMD’s Magic Packet, program installation is not
needed. Just open the MAGPAC.EXE, then the following screen
will pop up.
The remote computer can be waken up by selecting the MAGIC
PACKETS¢ @
POWER ON ONE HOST as shown below.
Do not change the IP BROADCAST ADDRESS. The DESTINATION
ETHERNET ADDRESS is to be filled in with the Ethernet card’s
MAC address.
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To obtain the Ethernet card MAC, under Windows 9x, just
enter START\RUN to open the winipcfg.exe, then the following
screen will pop up. If the OS is Windows NT 4.0 or 2000 or XP,
then you need to enter DOS mode to run ipconfig.exe to
obtain the MAC.
The adapter address is the LAN card’s MAC address.
4. After obtaining all the above information, the remote
computer can be powered on now.
Now you can use Desktop On Call or other remote software to
control the remote computer.
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D: First MB Memory Map
Address range (Hex) Device
F000h-FFFFh
System ROM
CC00h-EFFFh
Unused
C000h-CBFFh
Expansion ROM
B800h-BFFFh
CGA/EGA/VGA text
B000h-B7FFh
Unused
A000h-AFFFh
EGA/VGA graphics
0000h-9FFFh
Base memory
D000-D7FFH
DiskOnChip(Default)
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E: Power Supply
The APOLLO 120/150 IV can either accommodate an AC
power supply or a DC power supply.
E-1: AC POWER SUPPLY
The AC power supply used in the APOLLO 120/150 IV system
is a 200 watts 1U ATX power supply, ENP-0620. It is a dual
output switching power supply specially designed for the
APOLLO IV system.
E-1-1: FEATURES
u
u
u
u
u
1U, ATX12V compliant
Active PFC (Power Factor Correction)
Remote on/off sensing, power good TTL signal
Short Circuit, over current & voltage protection
High efficiency
E-1-2: ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
u
u
u
u
u
Operating/Storage Temp.:
Relative Humidity:
Operating/Storage Altitude:
MTBF:
Safety Approvals:
0~50oC/-20~-60oC
5~95%
10,000/50,000 FT
100,000 hrs
UL/CUL, CB, TUV
u
u
EMC Regulations:
Dimension (W*L*H):
FCC, CE
200*100*40.5 mm
E-1-3: ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Input Voltage 100-240VAC, full range
Frequency
47~63Hz
Input Current 5A@115VAC, 2.5A@230VAC
Hold up time
16ms@ full load
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E-1-4: OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage
Regulator Min. load Max. load Peak load
+3.3V
+/-5%
1.0A
14A
--
+5V
+/-5%
3.0A
21A
22A
+12V
+/-5%
1.0A
10A
13A
-5V
+/-10%
0A
0.5A
--
-12V
+/-10%
0A
1.0A
--
+5Vsb
+/-5%
0A
3.0A
--
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