UM_ARTiGO A1300_100
USER MANUAL
ARTiGO A1300
Fanless and Slim size system with
2-display HDMI support
1.00-03212014-135000
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Regulatory Compliance
FCCFCC-A Radio Frequency Interference
Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC
rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his
personal expense.
Notice 1
The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to
operate the equipment.
Notice 2
Shielded interface cables and A.C. power cord, if any, must be used in order to comply with the emission limits.
Notice 3
The product described in this document is designed for general use, VIA Technologies assumes no responsibility for the conflicts
or damages arising from incompatibility of the product. Check compatibility issue with your local sales representatives before
placing an order.
Tested To Comply
With FCC Standards
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
Battery Recycling and Disposal
Only use the appropriate battery specified for this product.
Do not re-use, recharge, or reheat an old battery.
Do not attempt to force open the battery.
Do not discard used batteries with regular trash.
Discard used batteries according to local regulations.
Safety Precautions
Always read the safety instructions carefully.
Keep this User's Manual for future reference.
All cautions and warnings on the equipment should be noted.
Keep this equipment away from humidity.
Lay this equipment on a reliable flat surface before setting it up.
Make sure the voltage of the power source and adjust properly 110/220V before connecting
the equipment to the power inlet.
Place the power cord in such a way that people cannot step on it.
Always unplug the power cord before inserting any add-on card or module.
If any of the following situations arises, get the equipment checked by authorized service
personnel:
The power cord or plug is damaged.
Liquid has penetrated into the equipment.
The equipment has been exposed to moisture.
The equipment has not worked well or you cannot get it work according to User's Manual.
The equipment has dropped and damaged.
The equipment has obvious sign of breakage.
Do not leave this equipment in an environment unconditioned or in a storage temperature
above 60°C (140°F). The equipment may be damaged.
Do not leave this equipment in direct sunlight.
Never pour any liquid into the opening. Liquid can cause damage or electrical shock.
Do not place anything over the power cord.
Do not cover the ventilation holes. The openings on the enclosure protect the equipment
from overheating
ARTiGO A1300 User Manual
Ordering Information
Part Number
ATG--A1300
00--1Q10A1
ATG
Description
Fanless Embedded System with 1.0+GHz VIA QuadCore
processor, 2 x HDMI®, 2 x USB 2.0, 2 x USB 3.0, 1 x LAN, 1 x
COM (RS-232), 1 x Digital I/O, HD Audio (Line-In and Line-Out) 1
x SATA SSD bay and DC-In 12V, power cord USA type.
ATGATG-A13
A130000-2Q10A1
Fanless Embedded System with 1.0+GHz VIA QuadCore
processor, 2 x HDMI®, 2 x USB 2.0, 2 x USB 3.0, 1 x LAN, 1 x
COM (RS-232), 1 x Digital I/O, HD Audio (Line-In and Line-Out) 1
x SATA SSD bay and DC-In 12V, power cord Europe type.
ATGATG-A13
A130000-3Q10A1
Fanless Embedded System with 1.0+GHz VIA QuadCore
processor, 2 x HDMI®, 2 x USB 2.0, 2 x USB 3.0, 1 x LAN, 1 x
COM (RS-232), 1 x Digital I/O, HD Audio (Line-In and Line-Out) 1
x SATA SSD bay and DC-In 12V, power cord Japan type.
Box Contents
ATGATG-A13
A130000-1Q10A1
1 x ARTiGO A1300 system unit
1 x Power cord 180 cm, USA Type
1 x Power adaptor, 12V/5A 60W
2 x HDMI cable strap holder
4 x SATA SSD/HDD screws
4 x Mounting screws
2 x Screws for Mini card (module) installation
ATGATG-A13
A130000-2Q10A1
1 x ARTiGO A1300 system unit
1 x Power cord 180 cm, Europe Type
1 x Power adaptor, 12V/5A 60W
2 x HDMI cable strap holder
4 x SATA SSD/HDD screws
4 x Mounting screws
2 x Screws for Mini card (module) installation
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ATGATG-A13
A130000-3Q10A1
1 x ARTiGO A1300 system unit
1 x Power cord 180 cm, Japan Type
1 x Power adaptor, 12V/5A 60W
2 x HDMI cable strap holder
4 x SATA SSD/HDD screws
4 x Mounting screws
2 x Screws for Mini card (module) installation
Optional Accessories
Peripherals
Model Number
Description
EMIO-1533-00A2
802.11 b/g/n Wireless LAN USB Module
EMIO-2550-01A1
3.75G HSPA/UMTS Wireless Module
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Table of Contents
1.
Product Overview ................................................................
................................................................................................
................................................................ 1
1.1.
Key Features................................................................................................... 1
1.1.1.
Powered by VIA® QuadCore Processor ............................................... 1
1.1.2.
Fanless, Slim Size and Rugged Chassis ................................................. 1
1.1.3.
Multiple Display Support...................................................................... 2
1.1.4.
Optimize Integration with Multiple I/O Access .............................. 2
1.1.5.
Storage Expansion .................................................................................. 2
1.1.6.
Wide Range of Operating Temperatures........................................... 2
1.1.7.
Shock Resistant ........................................................................................ 2
1.1.8.
Networking Support............................................................................... 2
1.1.9.
Embedded OS ready ............................................................................. 2
1.2.
Product Specifications................................................................................. 3
1.3.
ARTiGO A1300 Layout................................................................................ 8
1.4.
ARTiGO A1300 Dimensions .................................................................... 10
2.
External I/O Pin Descriptions and Functionality................................
Functionality .............................................
............................................. 12
2.1.
Front Panel I/O............................................................................................ 12
2.1.1.
Power Input Connector ....................................................................... 12
2.1.2.
Power Button ......................................................................................... 12
2.1.3.
HDMI® Port............................................................................................. 13
2.1.4.
LED Indicators (Power LED and SATA SSD/HDD LED) ............... 14
2.1.5.
LAN Port (Gigabit Ethernet) ............................................................... 15
2.1.6.
Audio Jacks............................................................................................. 16
2.1.7.
USB 3.0 Port ........................................................................................... 16
2.2.
Right Side Panel.......................................................................................... 17
2.2.1.
LED Indicators (3.75G and WLAN) .................................................... 17
2.2.2.
Digital I/O Connector .......................................................................... 18
2.2.3.
USB 2.0 Port ........................................................................................... 19
2.2.4.
COM Connector.................................................................................... 20
3.
Onboard Jumper................................
Jumper ................................................................
................................................................................................
................................................................ 21
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3.1.
Reset CMOS RAM Jumper: J10 ............................................................... 21
4.
Hardware Installation ................................................................
........................................................................................
........................................................ 22
4.1.
Removing the Top Cover Chassis ........................................................... 22
4.2.
Installing DDR3 SODIMM Memory ........................................................ 23
4.3.
Installing the 2.5-inch SATA SSD ........................................................... 24
4.4.
Installing the mSATA module................................................................. 26
4.5.
Inserting SIM Card ...................................................................................... 27
4.6.
Installing the 3.75G module and antenna ............................................ 28
4.7.
Installing WLAN USB module and antenna ......................................... 31
5.
BIOS Setup Utility ................................................................
..............................................................................................
.............................................................. 34
5.1.
Entering the BIOS Setup Utility............................................................... 34
5.2.
Control Keys................................................................................................ 34
5.3.
Getting Help................................................................................................ 35
5.4.
System Overview........................................................................................ 36
5.4.1.
BIOS Information................................................................................... 36
5.4.2.
Memory Information ............................................................................. 36
5.4.3.
System Language................................................................................... 36
5.4.4.
System Date............................................................................................ 37
5.4.5.
System Time ........................................................................................... 37
5.5.
Advanced Settings ..................................................................................... 38
5.5.1.
ACPI Settings.......................................................................................... 39
5.5.2.
S5 RTC Wake Settings .......................................................................... 40
5.5.3.
CPU Configuration ................................................................................ 41
5.5.4.
SATA Configuration.............................................................................. 42
5.5.5.
USB Configuration................................................................................. 43
5.5.6.
F71869 Super IO Configuration ......................................................... 45
5.5.7.
F71869 H/W Monitor ........................................................................... 46
5.5.8.
Clock Generator Configuration.......................................................... 47
5.6.
Chipset Settings .......................................................................................... 48
5.6.1.
DRAM Configuration ............................................................................ 49
5.6.2.
Video Configuration ............................................................................. 51
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5.6.3.
PMU_ACPI Configuration .................................................................... 52
5.6.4.
HDAC Configuration ............................................................................ 54
5.6.5.
Others Configuration............................................................................ 55
5.7.
Boot Settings ............................................................................................... 57
5.7.1.
Boot Configuration................................................................................ 57
5.7.2.
Boot Option Priorities .......................................................................... 58
5.8.
Security Settings ......................................................................................... 59
5.8.1.
Security Settings .................................................................................... 59
5.9.
Save & Exit ................................................................................................... 60
5.9.1.
Save Changes and Exit ......................................................................... 60
5.9.2.
Discard Changes and Exit.................................................................... 60
5.9.3.
Save Changes and Reset...................................................................... 60
5.9.4.
Discard Changes and Reset................................................................. 61
5.9.5.
Save Changes ......................................................................................... 61
5.9.6.
Discard Changes.................................................................................... 61
5.9.7.
Save as User Defaults........................................................................... 61
5.9.8.
Restore User Defaults .......................................................................... 61
5.9.9.
Launch EFI Shell from filesystem device ......................................... 61
6.
Software and Technical Supports ................................................................
....................................................................
.................................... 62
6.1.
Microsoft and Linux Support ................................................................... 62
6.1.1.
Driver Installation.................................................................................. 62
6.2.
Technical Supports and Assistance........................................................ 62
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Lists of Figures
Figure 1: Front side layout labels .................................................................................. 8
Figure 2: Right side layout labels .................................................................................. 8
Figure 3: Bottom side layout label................................................................................ 9
Figure 4: Front view dimensions .................................................................................. 10
Figure 5: Side view dimension...................................................................................... 10
Figure 6: Bottom View dimensions.............................................................................. 11
Figure 7: Power input connector pinout diagram .................................................... 12
Figure 8: Power button diagram .................................................................................. 12
Figure 9: HDMI® port pinout diagram......................................................................... 13
Figure 10: Power and SATA SSD/HDD LED indicator diagrams........................... 14
Figure 11: RJ-45 LAN port pinout diagram................................................................ 15
Figure 12: Audio jack receptacle stack diagram....................................................... 16
Figure 13: USB 3.0 port pinout diagram..................................................................... 16
Figure 14: 3.75G LED and WLAN LED indicator ...................................................... 17
Figure 15: DIO connector pinout diagram................................................................. 18
Figure 16: USB 2.0 port pinout diagram..................................................................... 19
Figure 17: COM connector pinout diagram .............................................................. 20
Figure 18: Reset CMOS RAM jumper diagram.......................................................... 21
Figure 19: Removing the top cover ............................................................................. 22
Figure 20: Installing DDR3 SODIMM module........................................................... 23
Figure 21: Removing SATA SSD bay ........................................................................... 24
Figure 22: Installing hard drive bay to 2.5-inch SATA SSD ................................... 24
Figure 23: Installing SATA SSD and connecting SATA cable............................... 25
Figure 24: Inserting mSATA module........................................................................... 26
Figure 25: Securing mSATA module........................................................................... 26
Figure 26: Inserting SIM card......................................................................................... 27
Figure 27: Inserting 3.75G module .............................................................................. 28
Figure 28: Securing 3.75G module.............................................................................. 29
Figure 29: Installing 3.75G antenna............................................................................. 30
Figure 30: Installing WLAN USB module................................................................... 31
Figure 31: Installing WLAN antenna ........................................................................... 32
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Figure 32: Connecting WLAN USB board to board cable..................................... 33
Figure 33: Illustration of the Main menu screen....................................................... 36
Figure 34: Illustration of the Advanced Settings screen......................................... 38
Figure 35: Illustration of the ACPI Settings screen .................................................. 39
Figure 36: Illustration of the S5 RTC Wake Settings screen................................... 40
Figure 37: Illustration of CPU Configuration screen ................................................ 41
Figure 38: Illustration of SATA Configuration screen ............................................. 42
Figure 39: Illustration of USB Configuration.............................................................. 43
Figure 40: Illustration of F71869 Super IO Configuration screen......................... 45
Figure 41: Illustration of F71869 H/W Monitor screen ........................................... 46
Figure 42: Illustration of Clock Generator Configuration screen ......................... 47
Figure 43: Illustration of Chipset Settings screen..................................................... 48
Figure 44: Illustration of DRAM Configuration screen ............................................ 49
Figure 45: Illustration of Video Configuration screen ............................................. 51
Figure 46: Illustration of PMU_ACPI Configuration screen .................................... 52
Figure 47: Illustration of Other Control screen........................................................ 52
Figure 48: Illustration of HDAC Configuration screen ............................................ 54
Figure 49: Illustration of Others Configuration screen ........................................... 55
Figure 50: Illustration of Boot Settings screen.......................................................... 57
Figure 51: Illustration of Security Settings screen.................................................... 59
Figure 52: Illustration of Save & Exit screen.............................................................. 60
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Lists of Tables
Table 1: Power connector pinout ............................................................................... 12
Table 2: HDMI® port pinout ......................................................................................... 13
Table 3: RJ-45 LAN port pinout................................................................................... 15
Table 4: RJ-45 LAN port color definition .................................................................. 15
Table 5: USB 3.0 port pinout........................................................................................ 16
Table 6: DIO connector pinout ................................................................................... 18
Table 7: USB 2.0 port pinout........................................................................................ 19
Table 8: COM connector pinout ................................................................................. 20
Table 9: Reset CMOS RAM jumper settings ............................................................. 21
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1. Product Overview
The ARTiGO A1300 is a rugged, slim size and completely fanless embedded
system designed with 2-display (HDMI ports) support. Its system is based on
the EITX-2002 mainboard powered by 1.0+ GHz VIA Quad Core processor
which is superb in multi-tasking performance, high power computing
operation with lower power consumption.
The ARTiGO A1300 supports dual-sided multiple I/O connectors, such as high
definition audio jacks, USB ports, Gigabit Ethernet LAN port, configurable
COM connector and DIO connector. The ARTiGO A1300 also offers a 2.5”
SATA SSD bay and an optional WLAN USB (WiFi) connectivity which can be
supported through one on-board USB pin header. In addition, it supports mini
PCIe card slots for mSATA storage and 3.75G connectivity with SIM card slot.
The ARTiGO A1300 chassis has a robust aluminum bottom cover with top and
front metal plate cover. It is designed to support VESA-mounting for quick
installation and easy maintenance.
These combined features make the ARTiGO A1300 perfect for various digital
signage, video-wall, gaming, industrial and embedded applications.
1.1. Key Features
1.1.1. Powered by VIA® QuadCore Processor
The ARTiGO A1300 system is powered by VIA® QuadCore 1.0+ GHz
processor. The VIA® QuadCore processor has combined four 64-bit “Isaiah”
cores on two dies offering enhanced multi-tasking and superb multimedia
performance on a low power budget.
1.1.2. Fanless, Slim Size and Rugged Chassis
The ARTiGO A1300 features slim size and fanless operation in a ruggedized
aluminum chassis that does double duty as a thermal solution. The design is to
ensure maximum reliability and space saving that makes it suitable to install in
space critical environment.
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1.1.3. Multiple Display Support
The ARTiGO A1300 system comes with VX11PH chipset features the Chrome
645/640 graphics processor that gives the ability to support two HDMI®
displays. Each display has a maximum high definition resolution of 1920 x
1080p.
1.1.4. Optimize Integration with Multiple I/O Access
Front and right side I/O access enables the ARTiGO A1300 system to easily
access to peripherals, support various applications, easy integration, quick
setup and easy maintenance.
1.1.5. Storage Expansion
In addition to 2.5-inch SATA SSD supports, the onboard mini PCIe card slot
enables the ARTiGO A1300 to have a flexible of storage mSATA module.
1.1.6. Wide Range of Operating Temperatures
The ARTiGO A1300 carries a qualified thermal performance design which
allows a wide range of operating temperatures from 0°C ~ 45°C, suitable for
critical applications.
1.1.7. Shock Resistant
The ARTiGO A1300 is shock resistant to 50G for maximum reliability.
1.1.8. Networking Support
The ARTiGO A1300 is equipped with one RJ-45 port that supports high speed
Gigabit Ethernet. It also has wireless networking option that gives the system a
freedom of WiFi (WLAN) access and 3.75G network connectivity through mini
PCIe card slot and onboard USB pin header respectively.
1.1.9. Embedded OS ready
The ARTiGO A1300 is 100% compatible with Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft
Windows Embedded Standard 7 with MagicView and Ubuntu Linux
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1.2. Product Specifications
Processor Core Logic System
CPU

VIA QuadCore U4650E 1.0+ GHz processor
800 MHz Front Side Bus
4 MB L2 Cache memory
NanoBGA2 package
Chipset

VIA VX11PH Media System Processor
33 mm x 33 mm FCBGA
System Memory

1 x SODIMM slot supporting DDR3 1066/1333 MHz SDRAM
Supports up to 8 GB memory size
BIOS

AMI BIOS

32 Mbit EFI SPI flash memory
System Power Management

Times Power On

ACPI 3.0 compliant
Graphics
Controller

Integrated VIA Chrome™ 645/640 (DX11) 2D/3D graphics with MPEG-2, VC-1 and
H.264 video decoding acceleration
Display Memory

Optimized Shared Memory Architecture (UMA), supports 256MB to 1GB frame
buffer using system memory
HDMI® Interface

Supports two onboard HDMI® ports via VX11PH
Video Wall

Two onboard HDMI ports via VX11PH to support two displays of video wall, dual
view or other combination
Gigabit Ethernet
Controller

Onboard RTL8111G Gigabit Ethernet controller
Interface

One RJ-45 port

Supports Wake On LAN (WOL)
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
Supports Pre-boot Execution Environment (PXE)
High Definition Audio
Controller

VIA VT2021 High Definition Audio Codec
Interface

Supports two 3.5ø audio jacks as Line-Out and Line-In
USB 2.0
Controller

Integrated USB 2.0 host controller built-in VX11 chipset on system board
Interface

Two USB 2.0 ports

Two USB 2.0 through pin headers
USB 3.0
Controller

VIA VX11PH USB 3.0 host controller
Interface

Supports two USB 3.0 ports
Serial Port
Controller

Fintek F71869 LPC I/O controller
Interface

Support two COM interface
One RS-232/RS-422/RS-485 COM connector (D-sub 9-pin)
One RS-232/RS-422/RS-485 COM connector through onboard pin header

Support 5V/12V Power selection pin headers onboard
Digital I/O
Interface

Support 1 x DIO connector (D-sub 9-pin)
Storage
Serial ATA

Built-in one hard drive bay for 2.5-inch SATA SSD
mSATA

Built-in one mini PCIe card slot for mSATA (support Gen2)
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Expansion slot
Mini PCIe card interface

Support one mini PCIe card slot (PCIe + USB 2.0) for 3.75G module
SIM card interface

Support one SIM card slot
Wireless LAN (o
(optional)
Controller

VIA VX11PH Media System Processor
Interface

Mini PCIe card interface of WiFi module

USB card interface of WiFi module
3.75G (optional)
Controller

VIA VX11 Media System Processor
Interface

Mini PCIe card interface of Ublox ZU200 3.75G module

Supports HSPA+/UMTS and EGPRS
Watchdog Timer
Output

System reset
Interval

Programmable 1 ~ 255 sec.
External I/O connectors
Front panel I/O

One Power On/Off button

One 2-pole Phoenix power input connector (12V)

One green color LED indicator for Power On Status

One red color LED indicator for SATA SSD Activity

Two HDMI® ports

Two USB 3.0 ports

Two 3.5ø audio jacks as Line-Out and Line-In

One RJ-45 port (Gigabit Ethernet)
Right side panel I/O

One blue color LED for 3.75G status

One blue color LED for WiFi (WLAN) status

One Digital I/O (D-sub 9-pin) connector (support 8-bit GPIO)

Two USB 2.0 ports
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

One COM (D-sub 9-pin) connector (support RS-232/RS-422/RS-485)
Two antenna holes for WLAN (WiFi) antenna and 3.75G antenna
Onboard I/O connectors,
connectors, pin headers and jumpers

Two USB 2.0 pin headers, for three additional USB 2.0 ports and WLAN USB

One SATA II connector

One SATA II power connector

One COM pin header for COM2 connector

One COM port voltage select jumper for COM2

One LPC pin header (for debugging)

One CMOS Battery connector

One System temperature sensor pin header

One Buzzer onboard speaker

One SPI bus pin header

One Reset/Clear CMOS RAM jumper
Power Supply
Power Input Connector

One 2-pole Phoenix connector
Power Consumption

Typical less than 38W
Input Voltage

Built-in system DC-to-DC converter

DC 12V Power Input
Mechanical Characteristics
Construction

Aluminum chassis housing with metal I/O plates
Mounting

VESA mount
dimension
Height))
System d
imension ((Length
Length x Width x Height

250 mm x 185 mm x 46 mm
Weight

2.5 Kg. (net weight)
Environmental Specification
Specification
Operating Temperature

0°C ~ 45°C (with 2.5” SATA SSD/mSATA)
Operating Humidity

0% ~ 90%, relative humidity, non-condensing
Storage Temperature

-10°C ~ 60°C
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Storage Humidity

0% ~ 90%, relative humidity, non-condensing
operation
Vibration Loading during operat
ion (with 2.5” SATA SSD)
SSD)

5Grms, IEC 60068-2-64, random, 5~500Hz, 1hr/axis
SSD))
Shock during operation (with 2.5” SATA SSD

50G, IEC 60068-2-27, half size, 11ms duration
Certification Requirements
EMC Approved

CE, FCC
Software Compatibility
Operating System

Microsoft Windows 7

Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 7

Ubuntu Linux
Note:
As the operating temperature provided in the specifications is a result of the test performed in VIA’s
chamber, a number of variables can influence this result. Please note that the working temperature may
vary depending on the actual situation and environment. It is highly suggested to execute a solid
testing and take all the variables into consideration when building the system. Please ensure that the
system runs well under the operating temperature in terms of application.
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1.3. ARTiGO A1300 Layout
Figure 1: Front side layout labels
Figure 2: Right side layout labels
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Figure 3: Bottom side layout label
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1.4. ARTiGO A1300 Dimensions
Figure 4: Front view dimensions
dimensions
Figure 5: Side view dimension
dimension
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Figure 6: Bottom View dimensions
dimensions
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2. External I/O Pin Descriptions
and Functionality
Functionality
The VIA ARTiGO A1300 has a wide selection of interfaces located on the front
and right panels as part of the external I/O.
2.1. Front Panel I/O
2.1.1. Power Input Connector
The ARTiGO A1300 comes with a 2-pole Phoenix connector that carries 12V
DC external power input.
Figure 7: Power input connector pinout diagram
Pin
Signal
1
12V DC
2
GND
Table 1: Power connector pinout
2.1.2. Power Button
The ARTiGO A1300 comes with a Power On/Off button, that supports Soft
Power-On/Off (Instant Off or 4 second delay) and Suspend.
Figure 8: Power button diagram
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2.1.3. HDMI® Port
The ARTiGO A1300 provides two HDMI® ports (19-pin HDMI Type A
receptacle connector) for connecting two digital video devices which utilize a
high definition video playback. The pinout of the HDMI® port is shown below.
Figure 9: HDMI® port pinout diagram
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
TX2+
2
GND
3
TX2-
4
TX1+
5
GND
6
TX1-
7
TX0+
8
GND
9
TX0-
10
TXC+
11
GND
12
TXC-
13
-
14
-
15
DDCSCL
16
DDCSDA
17
GND
18
+5V
19
Hot Plug Detect
Table 2: HDMI® port pinout
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2.1.4. LED Indicators (Power LED and SATA SSD/HDD
LED)
There are two LEDs on the front panel of ARTiGO A1300 that indicate the
status of the system:
Power LED flashes in green and indicates system’s power status.
SATA SSD/HDD LED flashes in red and indicates hard drive storage
activity for 2.5” SATA SSD/HDD.
Figure 10:
10: Power and SATA SSD/HDD
SSD/HDD LED indicator
indicator diagrams
diagrams
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2.1.5. LAN Port (Gigabit Ethernet)
The ARTiGO A1300 is equipped with a Gigabit Ethernet LAN port. The Gigabit
Ethernet LAN port is using 8 Position 8 Contact (8P8C) receptacle connector
or commonly referred to as RJ-45. It is fully compliant with IEEE 802.3
(10BASE-T), 802.3u (100BASE-TX), and 802.3ab (1000BASE-T) standards. The
pinout of the LAN port is shown below
Figure 11:
11: RJRJ-45 LAN port pinout diagram
Pin
Signal
1
LAN1_TD0+
2
LAN1_TD0-
3
LAN1_TD1+
4
LAN1_TD1-
5
LAN1_TD2+
6
LAN1_TD2-
7
LAN1_TD3+
8
LAN1_TD3-
Table 3: RJRJ-45 LAN port pinout
The LAN port has two individual LED indicators located on the front side to
show its Active/Link status and Speed status.
Link LED
(Left LED on RJRJ-45 connector)
connector)
Active LED
(Right LED on RJRJ-45 connector)
Link Off
Off
Off
Speed_10Mbit
Off
Flash in Orange color
Speed_100Mbit
The LED is always On in Green color
Flash in Orange color
Speed_1000Mbit
The LED is always On in Red color
Flash in Orange color
Table
Table 4: RJRJ-45 LAN port color definition
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2.1.6. Audio Jacks
The ARTiGO A1300 has High Definition Audio through two 3.5 mm audio
jacks for Line-Out and Line-In. The Line-In jack is for connecting to an external
audio device such as CD player, tape player, etc., while Line-Out jack is for
connecting to external speakers or headphones.
Figure 12:
12: Audio jack receptacle stack diagram
2.1.7. USB 3.0 Port
The ARTiGO A1300 is equipped with two USB 3.0 ports. The USB 3.0 port has
a maximum data transfer rate up to 5 Gbps and offers a backward compatible
with previous USB 2.0 specifications. It gives complete Plug and Play and hot
swap capability for external devices. The pinout of the typical USB 3.0 port is
shown below.
Figure 13:
13: USB 3.0 port pinout diagram
USB 3.0 port 1
Pin
Signal
USB 3.0 port 2
Pin
Signal
1
+5V
1
+5V
2
Data1-
2
Data2-
3
Data1+
3
Data2+
4
GND
4
GND
5
Rx-
5
Rx-
6
Rx+
6
Rx+
7
GND
7
GND
8
Tx-
8
Tx-
9
Tx+
9
Tx+
Table 5: USB 3.0 port pinout
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2.2. Right Side Panel
2.2.1. LED Indicators (3.75G and WLAN)
There are two LEDs on the right side panel of the ARTiGO A1300 that indicate
the status of 3.75G and WLAN (WiFi) connectivity:
3.75G LED flashes in blue and indicates the activity status of 3.75G
connectivity.
WLAN LED flashes in blue and indicates activity status of WLAN
(WiFi).
Figure 14:
14: 3.75G LED and WLAN LED indicator
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2.2.2. Digital I/O Connector
The ARTiGO A1300 system is equipped with one 8-bit Digital I/O (GPIO)
connector (D-sub 9-pin), which offers Digital I/O communication interface. The
Digital I/O default settings supports up to four GPO and four GPI signals. The
pinout of the Digital I/O connector is shown below.
Figure 15:
15: DIO connector pinout diagram
Pin
Signal
1
GPO_37
2
GPO_35
3
GPI_53
4
GPI_51
5
GND
6
GPO_36
7
GPO_34
8
GPI_52
9
GPI_50
Table 6: DIO connector pinout
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2.2.3. USB 2.0 Port
The ARTiGO A1300 has two USB 2.0 ports on the right side panel. Each port
gives complete Plug & Play and hot swapping capability for external devices.
The USB interface complies with USB UHCI, Rev. 2.0. The USB 2.0 pinout is
shown below.
Figure 16:
16: USB 2.0 port pinout
pinout diagram
USB1
USB2
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
VCC
1
VCC
2
USB1_data-
2
USB2_data-
3
USB1_data+
3
USB2_data+
4
GND
4
GND
Table 7: USB 2.0 port pinout
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2.2.4. COM Connector
The ARTiGO A1300 provides one COM connector for serial communications.
The COM connector can be configured to operate in RS-232/RS-422/RS-485
mode by adjusting the BIOS setup items. However, the default setting of COM
connector is standard RS-232. The pinout of the COM connector is shown
below.
Figure 17:
17: COM connector pinout diagram
Pin
Signal
1
DCD
2
RxD
3
TxD
4
DTR
5
GND
6
DSR
7
RTS
8
CTS
9
RI
Table 8: COM connector pinout
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3. Onboard Jumper
This chapter provides information about the onboard jumpers.
3.1. Reset CMOS RAM Jumper: J10
The onboard CMOS RAM stores system configuration data and has an onboard
battery power supply. To reset the CMOS settings, set the jumper on pins 2
and 3 while the system is off. Return the jumper to pins 1 and 2 afterwards.
Setting the jumper while the system is on will damage the mainboard. The
default setting is on pins 1 and 2.
Figure 18:
18: Reset CMOS RAM jumper diagram
Setting
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Normal (default)
On
On
Off
Clear CMOS
Off
On
On
Table 9: Reset CMOS RAM jumper settings
Note:
Except when clearing the RTC RAM, never remove the cap from the Reset CMOS RAM jumper (J10)
default position. Removing the cap will cause system boot failure. Avoid resetting/clearing the CMOS
while the system is on; it will damage the system mainboard.
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4. Hardware Installation
This chapter provides the information about hardware installation procedures.
It is recommended to use a grounded wrist strap before handling computer
components. Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage some components.
4.1. Removing the Top Cover Chassis
Step 1
Remove fifteen screws of the top cover as indicated in the figure below.
Figure 19:
19: Removing the top cover
Step 2
Gently pull up the top cover.
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4.2. Installing DDR3 SODIMM Memory
Step 1
Locate the DDR3 SODIMM memory socket. Align the notch on the memory
module with the notch on the SODIMM socket.
Step 2
Gently insert the DDR3 memory module into the SODIMM socket at a 30°
angle.
Figure
Figure 20:
20: Installing DDR3 SODIMM module
Step 3
Push down the memory module until it snaps into place.
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4.3. Installing the 2.5-inch SATA SSD
Step 1
Remove four screws and pull up the hard drive bay.
Figure 21:
21: Removing SATA SSD bay
Step 2
Attach the hard drive bay to the 2.5-inch SATA SSD.
Figure 22:
22: Installing hard drive bay to 2.52.5-inch SATA SSD
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Step 3
Reinstall the hard drive bay with the 2.5-inch SATA SSD, and secure it with
screws. Connect the other end of SATA cable into the SATA SSD.
Figure 23:
23: Installing SATA SSD and connecting SATA cable
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4.4. Installing the mSATA module
Step 1
Align the notch on the mSATA module with the notch on the mini PCIe slot
then insert the module at a 30° angle.
Figure 24:
24: Inserting mSATA module
Step 2
Once the mSATA module has been fully inserted, push down the module until
the screw hole aligns with the standoff hole then secure it with two screws.
Figure 25:
25: Securing mSATA module
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4.5. Inserting SIM Card
Step 1
Push back firmly the SIM card socket to unlock and open. Pull up the socket
and insert the SIM card.
Figure 26:
26: Inserting SIM card
Note:
Ensure the angled corner of the SIM card is placed in the correct way before closing the socket.
Step 2
Gently close the socket by pulling down the SIM socket that contains the SIM
card then carefully lock the SIM socket.
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4.6. Installing the 3.75G module and antenna
Step 1
Align the notch on the 3.75G module (EMIO-2550-01A1) with the notch on
the mini PCIe card slot then insert the module at a 30° angle.
Figure 27:
27: Inserting 3.75G module
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Step 2
Once the 3.75G module has been fully inserted, push down the module until
the screw hole aligns with the standoff hole. Then secure the module with
screw.
Figure 28:
28: Securing 3.75G module
Step 3
Remove the 3.75G antenna hole cover from the right side panel of the chassis.
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Step 4
Insert the 3.75G port connector into the antenna hole from the inside of the
chassis. Insert the washer and fasten it with the nut then install the external
antenna. Gently connect the mini coaxial cable of the 3.75G port connector to
the mini RF connector on the 3.75G module.
Figure 29:
29: Installing 3.75G antenna
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4.7. Installing WLAN USB module and antenna
Step 1
Install the WLAN USB module (EMIO-1533-00A2) and secure it with two
screws. Then remove the antenna WLAN hole cover from the right side I/O
panel of the chassis.
Figure 30:
30: Installing WLAN USB module
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Step 2
Insert the WLAN port connector into the antenna hole from the inside of the
chassis. Insert the washer, fasten it with the nut and install the external antenna.
Gently connect the mini coaxial cable of the WLAN port connector to the
mini RF connector on the WLAN USB module.
Figure 31:
31: Installing WLAN antenna
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Step 3
Attach the WLAN board to board cable to the WLAN USB module. Then
attach the other end of the cable to the “JUSB2_3” pin header of the
mainboard.
Figure 32:
32: Connecting WLAN USB board to board cable
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5. BIOS Setup Utility
5.1. Entering the BIOS Setup Utility
Power on the computer and press Delete during the beginning of the boot
sequence to enter the BIOS Setup Utility. If the entry point has passed, restart
the system and try again.
5.2. Control Keys
Up
Move up one row
Down
Move down one row
Left
Move to the left in the navigation bar
Right
Move to the right in the navigation bar
Enter
Access the highlighted item / Select the item
Esc
Jumps to the Exit screen or returns to the previous screen
+1
Increase the numeric value
-1
Decrease the numeric value
F1
General help2
F2
Previous value
F3
Load optimized defaults
F4
Save all the changes and exit
Note:
1.
2.
Must be pressed using the 10-key pad.
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5.3. Getting Help
The BIOS Setup Utility provides a “General
General Help”
Help screen. This screen can be
accessed at any time by pressing F1.
F1 The help screen displays the keys for
using and navigating the BIOS Setup Utility. Press Esc to exit the help screen.
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5.4. System Overview
The System Overview screen is the default screen that is shown when the
BIOS Setup Utility is launched. This screen can be accessed by traversing the
navigation bar to the “Main” label.
Figure 33:
33: Illustration of the Main menu screen
5.4.1. BIOS Information
The content in this section of the screen shows the information about the
vendor, the Core version, UEFI specification version, the project version and
date & time of the project build.
5.4.2. Memory Information
This section shows the amount of memory that is installed on the hardware
platform.
5.4.3. System Language
This option allows the user to configure the language that the user wants to
use.
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5.4.4. System Date
This section shows the current system date. Press Tab to traverse right and
Shift+Tab to traverse left through the month, day, and year segments. The +
and - keys on the number pad can be used to change the values. The weekday
name is automatically updated when the date is altered. The date format is
[Weekday, Month, Day, Year].
5.4.5. System Time
This section shows the current system time. Press Tab to traverse right and
Shift+Tab to traverse left through the hour, minute, and second segments. The
+ and - keys on the number pad can be used to change the values. The time
format is [Hour : Minute : Second].
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5.5. Advanced Settings
The Advanced Settings screen shows a list of categories that can provide
access to a sub-screen. Sub-screen links can be identified by the preceding
right-facing arrowhead.
Figure 34:
34: Illustration of the Advanced Settings screen
The Advanced Settings screen contains the following links:
ACPI Settings
S5 RTC Wake Settings
CPU Configuration
SATA Configuration
USB Configuration
F71869 Super IO Configuration
F71869 H/W Monitor
Clock Generator Configuration
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5.5.1. ACPI Settings
ACPI grants the operating system direct control over system power
management. The ACPI Configuration screen can be used to set a number of
power management related functions.
Figure 35:
35: Illustration of the ACPI Settings screen
5.5.1.1. Enable Hibernation
Enable/disable system ability to Hibernate.
5.5.1.2. ACPI Sleep State
Select the highest ACPI sleep state the system will enter when the SUSPEND
button is selected. Available options are: Suspend Disabled / S1 only(CPU
Stop Clock) /S3 only(Suspend to RAM) / Both S1 and S3 available for OS to
choose from.
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5.5.2. S5 RTC Wake Settings
Figure 36:
36: Illustration of the S5 RTC Wake Settings screen
5.5.2.1. Wake system with Fixed Time
Enable or disable system wake on alarm event. When enabled, system will
wake on the hr:min:sec specified.
5.5.2.2. Wake system with Dynamic Time
Enable or disable system wake on alarm event. When enabled, system will
wake on the current time + Increase minutes. Available options are 1 – 5.
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5.5.3. CPU Configuration
The CPU Configuration screen shows detailed information about the built-in
processor.
Figure 37:
37: Illustration of CPU Configuration screen
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5.5.4. SATA Configuration
The SATA Configuration screen allows the user to view and configure the
SATA configuration settings.
Figure 38:
38: Illustration of SATA Configuration screen
5.5.4.1. SATA Mode
This option allows the user to manually configure SATA controller for a
particular mode.
IDE Mode
Set this value to change the SATA to IDE mode.
AHCI Mode
Set this value to change the SATA to AHCI mode.
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5.5.5. USB Configuration
The USB Configuration screen shows the number of connected USB devices.
Additionally, support for various USB features can be enabled or disabled.
Figure 39:
39: Illustration of USB Configuration
Configuration
5.5.5.1. Legacy USB Support
The Legacy USB Support feature has two options: Enabled and Auto. When set
to Enabled, the system enables support for legacy USB devices. When set to
Auto, the system automatically disables legacy support if no USB Devices are
connected.
5.5.5.2. USB3.0 Support
Enable/Disable USB3.0 (XHCI) Controller support.
5.5.5.3. XHCI HandHand-off
This is a workaround for Operating Systems without XHCI hand-off support.
The XHCI ownership change should be claimed by XHCI driver.
5.5.5.4. EHCI HandHand-off
This is a workaround feature for Operating Systems without EHCI hand-off
support. The EHCI ownership must be claimed by EHCI Driver.
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Enabled
This option enables EHCI hand-off support.
Disabled
This option disables EHCI hand-off support.
5.5.5.5. USB Mass Storage Driver Support
Enable/Disable USB Mass Storage Driver Support.
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5.5.6. F71869 Super IO Configuration
The F71869 Super IO Configuration screen allows the user to set system Super
IO Chip parameters.
Figure 40:
40: Illustration of F71869 Super IO Configuration
Configuration screen
5.5.6.1. Serial Port 0 Configuration
Set parameters of Serial Port 0 (COMA).
5.5.6.1.1. Uart Mode
Change the serial port mode. This feature has 3 options: RS232/RS422/RS485.
5.5.6.2. Serial Port 1 Configuration
Set parameters of Serial Port 1 (COMB)
5.5.6.2.1. Uart Mode
Change the serial port mode. This feature has 3 options: RS232/RS422/RS485.
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5.5.7. F71869 H/W Monitor
F71869 H/W Monitor shows Monitor hardware status.
Figure 41:
41: Illustration of F71869 H/W Monitor screen
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5.5.8. Clock Generator Configuration
The Clock Generator Configuration screen enables access to the Spread
Spectrum Setting feature.
Figure 42:
42: Illustration of Clock Generator Configuration screen
5.5.8.1. CPU Spread Spectrum
The Spread Spectrum Setting feature enables the BIOS to modulate the clock
frequencies originating from the mainboard. The settings are in percentages of
modulation. Higher percentages result in greater modulation of clock
frequencies. This feature has 3 options: Disabled, +-0.25% and -0.5%.
5.5.8.2. PCIe Spread Spectrum
Select PCIe Spread Spectrum. This feature has 2 options: Disabled and -0.5%.
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5.6. Chipset Settings
The Chipset Settings screen shows a list of categories that can provide access
to a sub-screen. Sub-screen links can be identified by the preceding rightfacing arrowhead.
Figure 43:
43: Illustration of Chipset Settings screen
The Chipset Settings screen contains the following links:
DRAM Configuration
Video Configuration
PMU-ACPI Configuration
HDAC Configuration
Others Configuration
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5.6.1. DRAM Configuration
The DRAM Configuration screen has two features for controlling the system
DRAM. All other DRAM features are automated and cannot be accessed.
Figure 44:
44: Illustration of DRAM Configuration screen
5.6.1.1. DRAM Clock
The DRAM Clock option enables the user to determine how the BIOS handles
the memory clock frequency. The memory clock can either be dynamic or
static. This feature has eleven options.
By SPD
By SPD option enables the BIOS to select a compatible clock frequency for
the installed memory.
400 MHz
The 400 MHz option forces the BIOS to be fixed at 800 MHz for DDR3
memory modules.
533 MHz
The 533 MHz option forces the BIOS to be fixed at 1066 MHz for DDR3
memory modules.
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566 MHz
The 566 MHz option forces the BIOS to be fixed at 1132 MHz for DDR3
memory modules.
600 MHz
The 600 MHz option forces the BIOS to be fixed at 1200 MHz for DDR3
memory modules.
633 MHz
The 633 MHz option forces the BIOS to be fixed at 1266 MHz for DDR3
memory modules.
667 MHz
The 667 MHz option forces the BIOS to be fixed at 1334 MHz for DDR3
memory modules.
700 MHz
The 700 MHz option forces the BIOS to be fixed at 1400 MHz for DDR3
memory modules
733 MHz
The 733 MHz option forces the BIOS to be fixed at 1466 MHz for DDR3
memory modules
766 MHz
The 766 MHz option forces the BIOS to be fixed at 1532 MHz for DDR3
memory modules
800 MHz
The 800 MHz option forces the BIOS to be fixed at 1600 MHz for DDR3
memory modules
5.6.1.2. VGA Share Memory (Frame Buffer)
The VGA Share Memory feature enables the user to choose the amount of the
system memory to reserve for use by the integrated graphics controller. The
selections of memory amount that can be reserved are 256MB and 512MB.
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5.6.2. Video Configuration
The Video Configuration screen has features for controlling the integrated
graphics controller in the VX11 chipset.
Figure 45:
45: Illustration of Video Configuration screen
5.6.2.1. Select VX11 Display Device Control
Select VX11 Display Device Control. Available selections are: Auto and
Manual.
5.6.2.2. Select Display Device 1 and 2
The Select Display Device feature enables the user to choose a specific
display interface. This feature has two options: HDMI and HDMI2. If both
Select Display Device 1 and Select Display Device 2 are set to the same
interface, then any display device connected to the other interface will not
function. For example, if both Select Display 1 and 2 are set to HDMI, then no
data will be sent to the HDMI2 port.
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5.6.3. PMU_ACPI Configuration
The PMU_ACPI Configuration screen can be used to set a number of power
management related functions.
Figure 46:
46: Illustration of PMU_ACPI Configuration screen
5.6.3.1. Other Control
Figure 47:
47: Illustration of Other Control screen
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5.6.3.1.1. AC Loss AutoAuto-restart
AC Loss Auto-restart defines how the system will respond after AC power has
been interrupted while the system is on. There are three options.
Power Off
The Power Off option keeps the system in an off state until the power button
is pressed again.
Power On
The Power On option restarts the system when the power has returned.
Last State
The Last State option restores the system to its previous state when the power
was interrupted.
5.6.3.1.2. USB S4 WakeUp
The USB S4 WakeUp enables the system to resume through the USB device
port from S4 state. There are two options: “Enabled” or “Disabled”.
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5.6.4. HDAC Configuration
HDAC Configuration Parameters.
Figure 48:
48: Illustration of HDAC Configuration screen
5.6.4.1.1. OnChip HDAC Device
This feature has 2 options: Enable or Disable HDAC Control.
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5.6.5. Others Configuration
The Others Configuration screen can be used to set Watchdog Timer
Configuration.
Figure 49:
49: Illustration of Others Configuration screen
5.6.5.1. WATCHDOG Timer Enable
The WATCHDOG Timer Enable feature unlocks three other features that
enable the BIOS to monitor the state of the system. This feature has two
options: enabled or disabled.
5.6.5.2. WATCHDOG Timer RUN/STOP
The WATCHDOG Timer RUN/STOP feature controls if the WATCHDOG timer
is active or dormant. This feature has two options: stop and run.
5.6.5.3. WATCHDOG Timer ACTION
The WATCHDOG Timer ACTION feature determines the action the
WATCHDOG timer should take if the timer counts down to zero. This feature
has two options: reset and power off.
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5.6.5.4. WATCHDOG Timer COUNT
The WATCHDOG Timer COUNT feature determines the length of time the
timer should count when the timer is first triggered. This feature has four
options: 72, 389, 706, and 1023 seconds.
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5.7. Boot Settings
The Boot Settings screen has a single link that goes to the Boot Configuration
Configuration
and Boot Option Priorities
Priorities screens.
Figure 50:
50: Illustration of Boot Settings screen
5.7.1. Boot Configuration
The Boot Settings Configuration screen has several features that can be run
during the system boot sequence.
5.7.1.1. Setup
Setup Prompt Timeout
Number of seconds to wait for setup activation key. 65535(0xFFFF) means
indefinite waiting.
5.7.1.2. Bootup
BootupN
upNumLock State
Select the keyboard NumLock state from On and Off.
5.7.1.3. Display Logo
The Display Logo feature hides all of the Power-on Self Test (POST) messages
during the boot sequence. Instead of the POST messages, the user will see an
OEM logo. This feature has two options: enabled and disabled.
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5.7.2. Boot Option Priorities
The Boot Option Priorities screen lists all bootable devices.
5.7.2.1. Launch PXE OpROM policy
Do not launch
Prevent the option for Legacy Network Device.
Legacy only
Allow the option for Legacy Network Device.
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5.8. Security Settings
The Security Settings screen provides a way to restrict access to the BIOS or
even the entire system.
Figure 51:
51: Illustration of Security Settings screen
5.8.1. Security Settings
5.8.1.1. Administrator Password / User Password
This option is for setting a password for accessing the BIOS setup utility.
When a password has been set, a password prompt will be displayed
whenever the BIOS setup utility is launched. This prevents an unauthorized
person from changing any part of the system configuration.
When a supervisor password is set, the Password Check option will be
unlocked.
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5.9. Save & Exit
The Save & Exit Configuration screen has the following features:
Figure 52:
52: Illustration of Save & Exit screen
5.9.1. Save Changes and Exit
Save all changes to the BIOS and exit the BIOS Setup Utility. The “F10” hotkey
can also be used to trigger this command.
5.9.2. Discard Changes and Exit
Exit the BIOS Setup Utility without saving any changes. The “Esc” hotkey can
also be used to trigger this command.
5.9.3. Save Changes and Reset
Save all changes to the BIOS and reboot the system. The new system
configuration parameters will take effect.
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5.9.4. Discard Changes and Reset
This command reverts all changes to the settings that were in place when the
BIOS Setup Utility was launched. The “F7” hotkey can also be used to trigger
this command.
Save Options
5.9.5. Save Changes
Save Changes done so far to any of the setup options.
5.9.6. Discard Changes
This command reverts all changes to the settings that were in place when the
BIOS Setup Utility was launched.
Restore Default
5.9.7. Save as User Defaults
Save the changes done so far as User Defaults.
5.9.8. Restore User Defaults
Restore the User Defaults to all the setup options.
Boot Override
5.9.9. Launch EFI Shell from filesystem device
Attempts to Launch EFI Shell application (Shellx64.efi) from one of the
available filesystem devices
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6. Software and Technical
Technical
Supports
6.1. Microsoft and Linux Support
The VIA ARTiGO A1300 system is highly compatible with Microsoft Windows
and Linux operating systems.
6.1.1. Driver Installation
Microsoft Driver Support
The latest Windows drivers can be downloaded from the VIA Embedded
website at www.viaembedded.com/en/
Linux Driver Support
Linux drivers are provided through various methods including:
Drivers provided by VIA
Using a driver built into a distribution package
Visiting www.viaembedded.com/en/ for the latest updated drivers
Installing a third party driver (such as the ALSA driver from the
Advanced Linux Sound Architecture project for integrated audio)
6.2. Technical Supports and Assistance
For utilities downloads, latest documentation and new information
about the ARTiGO A1300, go to
http://www.viaembedded.com/en/products/systems/
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For technical support and additional assistance, always contact your
local sales representative or board distributor, or go to
http://www.viaembedded.com/en/service/contact.jsp to fill up the form
request.
For OEM clients and system integrators developing a product for long
term production, other code and resources may also be made available.
Contact VIA Embedded to submit a request.
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Taiwan Headquarters
USA
Europe
1F, 531 Zhong-Zheng Road
Xindian District, New Taipei City 231,
Taiwan
940 Mission Court
Fremont, CA 94539
USA
In den Dauen 6
53117 Bonn
Germany
TEL: 886.2.2218.5452
FAX: 886.2.2218.5453
Email: embedded@via.com.tw
TEL: 1.510.683.3300
FAX: 1.510.687.4654
Email: embedded@viatech.com
TEL: 49.228.688565.0
FAX: 49.228.688565.19
Email: embedded@via-tech.de
China
Japan
Korea
Tsinghua Science Park Bldg. 7
No. 1 Zongguancun East Road
Haiden District, Beijing, 100084
China
3-15-7 Ebisu MT Bldg. 6F
Higashi, Shibuya-ku
Tokyo 150-0011
Japan
2F, Sangjin Bldg., 417
Dogok Dong, Gangnam-Gu
Seoul 135-854
South Korea
TEL: 86.10.59852288
FAX: 86.10.59852299
Email: embedded@viatech.com.cn
TEL: 81.3.5466.1637
FAX: 81.3.5466.1638
Email: embedded@viatech.co.jp
TEL: 82.2.571.2986
FAX: 82.2.571.2987
Email: embedded@via-korea.com
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