B&B Electronics PC Watchdog Timer Card ATXWDT User`s manual

B&B Electronics PC Watchdog Timer Card ATXWDT User`s manual

CI270CW

533MHz FSB / VGA / DVI / Multi-COMs / LAN /

Mini PCI / PCIe mini card

Intel Atom N270 . 533MHz FSB . All-In-One .

Audio . LAN . Mini PCI . PCIe mini card

SATA . 8 USB . CF . Wide range DC-input

Multi-COM Board

NO. CI270CW

Release date: OCT . 01 . 2009

Contents

CI270CW

Warning!

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Hardware Notice Guide

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1

2

CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INFORMATION

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4

1-1 MAJOR FEATURE........................................................................................................

5

1-2 SPECIFICATION .......................................................................................................... 6

1-3 VERTICAL SODIMM ASSEMBLY GUIDE.....................................................................

7

1-4 DIRECTIONS FOR INSTALLING THE MINI CARD .....................................................

8

1-5 INSTALLING THE MINI PCI CARD .............................................................................

9

1-6 PACKING LIST..............................................................................................................

10

CHAPTER 2 HARDWARE INSTALLATION

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2-2 UNPACKING CHECKUP .............................................................................................

12

2-3 DIMENSION-CI270CW (200 x 150m) .........................................................................

13

2-4 LAYOUT-CI270CW ......................................................................................................

14

2-5 DIAGRAM-CI270CW ................................................................................................... 15

2-5-1 BOTTOM SIDE DIAGRAM-CI270CW ......................................................................

16

2-6 INSTALL MEMORY .....................................................................................................

17

2-7 LIST OF JUMPERS ....................................................................................................

18

2-8 JUMPER SETTING DESCRIPTION ..........................................................................

19

2-9 JSB1: CMOS DATA SET .............................................................................................

19

2-10 JVF1: CF CARD POWER VOLTAGE SELECT .......................................................

20

2-11 JSF1 CF CARD MASTER AND SLAVE SELEC ....................................................... 21

2-12 JSP1: AT / ATX POWER SELECT ............................................................................

21

2-14 JSC3,JSC31/32/33/34: COM3 RS232/422/RS485 SELECT ...................................

23

2-15 JVL1: LVD PANEL POWER SELECT ........................................................................

23

2-16 JVP1: LVDS PANEL INVERTER POWER SELECT ................................................

24

2-17 JVU8: USB PORT 8 VOLTAGE SELECT .................................................................

24

2-18 JSD1: DPC DUTY SET .............................................................................................

25

CHAPTER 3 CONNECTION

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3-1 LIST OF CONNECTORS ...........................................................................................

26

3-2 FAN CONNECTOR .................................................................................................... 28

3-3 SATA INTERFACE ...

...................................................................................................

28

3-4 IDE CONNECTORS ...................................................................................................

29

3-5 COMPACT - FLASH MEMORY SOCKET ...............................................................

30

3-6 VGA CONNECTOR ....................................................................................................

31

3-7 DVI-D CONNECTOR ................................................................................................

31

3-8 KEYBOARD AND MOUSE CINNECTOR ...................................................................

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3-9 USB PORT ..................

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33

3-10 LAN CONNECTOR ...................................................................................................

3-11 COM PORT CONNECTOR ....

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34

35

3-12 AUDIO PORT CONNECTOR ....................................................................................

38

3-13 AUDIO AMPLIFIER CLASS D TWO CHANNEL 6W/CH ..........................................

39

3-14 LPT PORT .................................................................................................................

39

3-15 WDT/DIO FUNCTION PORT ....................................................................................

40

3-15-1 FOR F75111N I2C WATCH DOG TIMER DEVICE: ..............................................

40

3-16 I2C WDT/DIO W75IO.H REFERENCE SAMPLE CODE: ........................................

41

3-16-1 I2C WDT/DIO F75111N REFERENCE SAMPLE CODE: .....................................

45

3-17 LVDS INTERFACE CONNECTOR ...........................................................................

55

3-18 PANEL POWER CONNECTOR ................................................................................

55

3-19 TOUCH SCREEN DEVICE .......................................................................................

56

3-20 DC 12V IN .................................................................................................................

57

3-21 DC +5/+12V OUTPUT CONNECTOR ......................................................................

57

3-22 I2C BUS INTERFACE ...............................................................................................

58

3-23 MINI CARD ................................................................................................................

58

3-24 FRONT-PANEL ..........................................................................................................

59

CHAPTER 4 INTRODUCTION OF BIOS

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60

4-1 ENTER SETUP ...........................................................................................................

60

4-2 GETTING HELP ..........................................................................................................

61

4-3 THE MAIN MENU .......................................................................................................

61

4-4 STANDARD CMOS FEATURES ................................................................................

63

4-5 ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES ...................................................................................

64

4-5-1 HARD DISK BOOT PRIORITY ................................................................................

66

4-5-2 USB BOOT PRIORITY ............................................................................................

66

4-6 ADVANCED CHIPSET FEATURES ............................................................................

67

4-6-1 PCI EXPRESS ROOT PORT FUNC ........................................................................

69

4-7 INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS ...................................................................................

70

4-7-1 ONCHIP IDE DEVICE FUNCTION .........................................................................

71

4-7-2 SUPER IO FUNCTION ............................................................................................

73

4-7-3 USB DEVICE FUNCTION .......................................................................................

74

4-8 POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP ..............................................................................

75

4-8-1 PCI EXPRESS PM FUNCTION ..............................................................................

76

4-9 PNP/ PCI CONFIGURATION SETUP ........................................................................

77

4-9-1 IRQ RESOURCES ..................................................................................................

78

4-10 PC HEALTH STATUS ...............................................................................................

78

4-11 FREQUENCY / VOLTAGE CONTROL .....................................................................

79

4-12 LOAD FAIL-SAFE DEFAULTS .................................................................................

79

4-13 SET SUPERVISOR / USER PASSWORD ...............................................................

80

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CHAPTER 5 DRIVER INSTALLATION

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81

5-1 INF INSTALL INTEL 945GSE CHIPSET SYSTEM DRIVER ..................................

5-2 VGA INSTALL INTEL 945GSE VGA DRIVER ...........................................................

5-3 SOUND INSTALL VIA HID AUDIO CODEC DRIVER ...............................................

83

85

87

5-4 HOW TO UPDATE BIOS ............................................................................................

89

APPENDIX A: POWER CONSUMPTION TEST ..............................................................

90

APPENDIX B: RESOLUTION LIST ..................................................................................

91

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2009

OCT . 01. 2009

Warning !

1. Battery

Battery on board is consumables. We doesn’t guarantee the life time of it.

2. Fanless solution with HDD

Please be aware of specification & limitation for HDD when fanless solution is implemented.

3. We will not give further notification if there is any change about the product

information and the manual.

4. SATA does not support Hot SWAP

6. Please make sure the voltage specification meet the requirement

of the equipment before plugging into the power.

7. SSD has 2 types, commercial grade and industrial grade, which provide

different read/write speed, operation temperature and life cycle.

Please contact sales for further information before ordering.

8. Caution ! Please notice that the heat dissipation problem could cause the

MB system unstable. Please handle the heat dissipation properly when

buying single MB.

9. Please avoid to approach the heat sink area and prevent being scalded when

using the Fanless products.

10. If the users repair, modify or destroy any component of product

unauthorized, We would not take responsibility or provide warranty.

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*

Hardware Notice Guide

1. Before installing the power supply with this motherboard, please attach the 12V/DC

( 4 pin connector )of the adapter to motherboard first.

After that, plug the adapter power to AC outlet.

Always normally shut down the computer before you move the system unit or remove

the power supply from the motherboard.

Please unplug the 12V/DC ( 4 pin connector ) of the adapter from motherboard first.

Then unplug the adapter from the AC outlet.

Please refer to procedure from the photo 1

2. There will be high possibility to burn out the CPU if you change/ modify any parts of the

CPU cooler.

3. Please wear wrist strap and attach it to a metal part of the system unit before handling a

component.

You can also touch an object that is of ground connection or with metal surface if you don't

have wrist strap.

4. Please be careful when you handle this product. Pay attention to & don't touch the

sharp-pointed components at the bottom PCB .

5. Please pay attention to this: Remove or change any components form the motherboard

will VOID the warranty of the motherboard you purchased .

6. Before you install/remove any components or make any jumper setting on the motherboard,

please make sure to disconnect the power first.

( Please follow the instructions as of this guide )

7. Please follow this instruction carefully when using the "POWERON after PWR-Fair" function.

When the DC power adaptor runs out of power, unplug it from the DC current;

when power returns plug it back in only after 5 seconds. If there is a power outage,

unplug it from the AC current, when power returns plug it back in only after 30 seconds.

Otherwise it will cause system locking or serious damage.

Remark 1:

Always insert/unplug the 12V/DC ( 4 pin connector ) horizontally & directly from the motherboard.

DO NOT twist the 12V/DC ( 4 pin connector ) gently, it is designed to fit snugly .

Moreover, erratic pull / push testing with the DC Jack might cause the unpredictable damage to the component & system unit.

2

Photo 1

Insert

1

2

1

2

3

3

Unplug

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Chapter-1

General lnformation

The CI270CW is an All-In-One POS / Automation control Board. The board's design combines all necessary input and output effects interfaces, which makes itself an ideal all-in-one control board for demanding POS or automation control applications. CI270CW is the perfect platform for a whole range of mobile and low-power devices.

A high-performance and power-efficient communication platform, the embedded motherboard

CI270CW is especially designed for advanced embedded car PC or POS system applications where the economical use of power is in high demand.

With the sizable memory bandwidth of on board 1GB DDR2 module and the flexibility of expanding the memory to 2GB with DDR2 SODIMM, CI270CW ensures the high performance levels required of today's most popular POS/Automation control applications including

Embedded Car PC, POS, ATM, Kiosk and Panel PC.

CI270CW is supported with two 10/100/1G Ethernet for seamless broadband connectivity.

With Wake On LAN function and the PXE function in BIOS for Realtek LAN chipset only, this is also ideal for networking applications. The built-in LAN options are two Intel 82574L with

RJ45 for 10/100M/1Gbps Ethernet or two Realtek RLT8111C 10/100/1Gbps Ethernet.

CI270CW also supports as many as five RS232 and one RS422/485 to meet the needs of multi-COM connectivity.

Except Compact Flash and 40 pin IDE socket, CI270CW can be integrated with PCIe mini card and Mini PCI Card. In addition, with the eight hi-speed USB version 2.0 enhanced host controller interface, it ensures the high performance level and also the powerful and flexible expansion.

The Compact Flash reader supports IDE/ATA interface. A single Flash chip holds the system BIOS, and you can change the Flash BIOS by the Utility Update.

The CI270C All-In-One motherboard is fully compatible with industry standards, plus technical enhancements, and thousands of software applications developed for

IBM PC/AT compatible computers. The control logic provides high-speed performance for the most advanced multi user and multitasking applications available today.

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1-1 Major Feature

1. Intel Atom N270 CPU ( FSB 533 Mhz )

2. Intel 945GSE Chipset on board, Graphic Chip Integrated

3. On board DDR2 module 1GB and support DDR2 SODIMM up to 2GB (option)

4. On board SSD 1/2/4/8 Gbytes (option)

5. Support 2 x 10 / 100 / 1000 Mbps LAN on Board ( Realtek or Intel LAN Chip )

6. Support CRT resolutions up to SXGA+

7. 18 bits/ 36 bits LVDS Interface on Board. (option)

8. Support DVI.

9. Support 1 x Compact Flash Card Socket and 40 pin IDE socket on Board

10. Support 2 x SATA ports.

11. Support Mini PCI Socket on board and 1 x PCIe mini card for USB and PCIe interface

Support one PCIe x 1 interface.

12. Optional Wide range power supply

13. PCB Dimensions: 200 x 150 mm

14. Support dimming control function

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1-2 Specification

1.

CPU

: Intel Atom N270 CPU ( FSB 533 Mhz )

2.

ChipSet

: Intel 945GSE and Intel ICH7M (82801GBM)

3.

Memory

: On board DDR2 module 1 GB or support DDR2 SODIMM up to 2GB

4.

VGA

: Internal Graphics Memory with dynamic video memory technology (DVMT3.0)

5.

I/O Chip

: ITE IT8712F and F81216AD IO chipset

6.

SATA

: Two SATA ports with independent DMA operation supported

7.

NAND flash memory (option)

: Support Compact Flash card type II for ATA interface

On board SSD 1/2/4/8 GBytes

8.

LAN

: 2 x Reltek RLT8111C 10/100/1000 Mbps or Intel 82574L LAN chip for PCIe x 1 interface

9.

Storage Device

: 1 x 50 pins Compact Flash Socket

Ultra ATA 100/66/33, 1 x 40 pin 2.54 mm

10.

Serial Port

: 5 x RS232 + 1 x RS422/485 or 5 x RS485 + 1 x RS232 (optional)

11.

USB

: 8 x USB 2.0 (4 external+4 internal ports)

12.

DVI

: Chrontel DVI transmitter up to 165M pixels/second

13.

Audio

: Intel HD audio specification Rev. 1.0 Compliant

14.

LVDS (option)

: support 18bits/ 36 bits LVDS interface resolution up to SXGA+

15.

WDT/DIO

: Hardware watch dog timer support, 0~255 sec programmable

Hardware digital Input & Output, 8xDI / 8xDO

16.

Touch screen (option)

: C8051F321 USB/COM interface touch screen controller,

support 4-, 5-, 8- wire Analog resistive touch screen

17.

Audio Amplifier (option)

: 6-W/CH into an 8Ω Load from a 12-V Supply.

Up to 92% Efficient, Class-D operation (optional)

18.

Expand interface

: 1 x Mini PCI socket for PCI Rev. 2.2 interface &

1 x PCIe mini card support USB and PCIe interface

1x PCIe x 1 interface

19.

BIOS

: Award BIOS version V6.1

20.

Dimensions

: 200 x 150 mm

21.

Power (option)

: Wide range DC-IN from +9V to +32V or fix to +12V DC input convert

into power +12VAD to +5V/±5% and +3.3V/±5%, and +12V/±5%

22.

Power Consumption

: Please refer to page 90

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1-3 Vertical SODIMM assembly guide

1.

Install the memory into SODIMM.

2. Press down firmly to ensure the memory

is locked.

Uninstall

1. Pull open both sides of the memory slot.

2. Take out the memory.

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1-4 Directions for installing the Mini Card

1. Unscrew the screw on the board

2. Plug in the Mini Card in a 45 angle

3. Gently push down the Mini Card and screw the screw back.

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1-5 Installing the Mini PCI card

1.Align the Mini PCI card with the connector at

a 45 degree angle.

2. Press the Mini PCI into the connector until you hear

a click.

Notices:

1.The connectors are designed to ensure the

correct insertion. If you feel resistance, check the

connectors & golden finger direction, and realign the card.

2. Make sure the retaining clips (on two sides of the slot) lock onto the notches of the card firmly

1-5-1.1 Removing the Mini PCI card

1. Release the Mini PCI card by pulling outward the two retaining clips and the card pops up slightly.

2. Lift the mini PCI card out of its connector carefully.

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1-6 Packing List

1

2 3

4

5

6

7

1 MotherBoard

2 DC 12V Power Adapter(4P)

3 ATA 66 HDD Cable(40P)

4 SATA HDD Cable(7P)

5 Power Cable

6 Utility CD Disk

7 User’s Manual

*

The packing list above is for the users who purchase single motherboard. The users

who purchase the board with chassis may refer to the packing list in the Assembly Guide.

Please contact with your dealer if any of these items is missing or damaged on delivery. And please keep all parts of the delivery package with packing materials in case if you need to deliver or store the product in the future.

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Chapter-2

Hardware Installation

This chapter provides the information how to install the hardware of CI270CW.

Please follow section 1-6, 2-1 and 2-2 to check the delivery package and unpack carefully. Please follow the jumper setting procedure.

2-1 Unpacking Precaution

The CI270CW board has been well packed with an anti-static bag to protect its sensitive components and circuitry from damage due to static electric discharge.

NOTE!

1. Do not touch the board or any other sensitive components without all necessary

anti-static protection.

Overuse of DC-IN voltage limitation or change to another power adapter

( not provided with this system ) will VOID warranty.

You should follow these

steps to protect the board from the static electric discharge whenever you handle the board:

1. Ground yourself by a grounded wrist strap at all times when you

handle the CI270CW.

Well secure the ALLIGATOR clip of the strap to the end of the shielded wire lead from

a grounded object. Please put on and connect the strap before handling the

CI270CW for harmlessly discharge any static electricity through the strap.

2. Please use anti-static pad to put any components, parts, or tools on the pad whenever

you work on them outside the computer. You may also use the anti-static bag instead of

the pad. Please ask your local supplier for necessary parts on anti-static requirement.

3. Do not plug any connector or set any jumper when the power is on.

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2-2 Unpacking checkup

First of all, please follow all necessary steps of section 2-1 to protect CI270CW from electricity discharge. With reference to section 1-6, please check the delivery package again with following steps:

1. Unpack the CI270CW board and keep all packing material, manual

and driver disc etc, do not dispose !

2. Is there any components lose or drops from the board? DO NOT CONTINUE

TO INSTALL THIS BOARD! CONTACT THE DEALER YOU PURCHASED THIS

BOARD FROM, IMMEDIATELY.

3. Is there any visible damage on the board? DO NOT CONTINUE TO INSTALL

THIS BOARD!CONTACT THE DEALER YOU PURCHASED THIS

BOARD FROM, IMMEDIATELY.

4. Check your optional parts (i.e. DDR, CF etc.), all necessary jumpers

setting to jumper pin-set, and CMOS setup correctly.

Please also refer to all information of jumper settings in this manual.

5. Check your external devices (i.e. Add-On-Card, Driver Type etc.)

for complete add-in or connection and CMOS setup correctly.

Please also refer to all information of connector connection in this manual.

6. Please keep all necessary manual and driver disc in a good condition for future

re-installation if you change your Operating System.

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2-3 Dimension 200 x 150 mm

7.100

116.000

2009,02,25

CI270C-M0.1

rj45

9.5

25.48

53.44

84.68

105.56

132.65

168.71

191.87

200

rj45

5.100

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CPI11

CKM11

CKM1

CG11

CDG1

CUL2

CUL1

FAN2

CU7

LPT1

CC6

CC12

CC22

CC5

CC23

MPCE1

CC11

JVC1

CC21

JVC2

JSC3

CVO1

JSV1

CVO11

JSC31 CC34

JSC32

JSC33

JSC34

JVC3

JVC4

CVI1

CA12

2-4

Layout - CI270CW

CPI1

SODIM1

SWP13

FAN1

CFP2

JSP1

SWP1

SWP12

CFP1

LED1

LED2

LVDS1

JSD1

JVL1

JVP1

CPP1

SATA2

SATA1

CA3

JSB1

CA1

CA2

CU8

CU12

JUSB1

JUSB2

CAL1

CAR1

CF1

JSF1

CT1

CO1

JVF1

CIO2

IDE1

CIO1

JVU8

CPO1

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2-5

Diagram - CI270CW

CPI1

SODIM1

CKM1

CG11

CDG1

CUL2

CUL1

FAN2

CU7

LPT1

CC6

CC12

CC5

MPCE1

JVC1

CC21

JVC2

JSC3

JSC31 CC34

JSC32

JSC33

JSC34

JVC3

CVI1

JVC4

CA12

CAL1

CAR1

CF1

JSF1

CT1

CO1

JVF1

CIO2

CIO1

IDE1

JVU8

CPO1

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SWP13

FAN1

CFP2

JSP1

SWP1

SWP12

CFP1

LED1

LVDS1

JSD1

JVP1

JVL1

CPP1

SATA2

SATA1

CA3

JSB1

CA1

CA2

CU8

CU12

2-5-1

Bottom Side Diagram- CI270CW

MPCI: Mini PCI Socket

Back Panel-CI270CW

VGA

PS/2 Mouse

DC 12V IN

LAN 2 LAN 1

COM 1

COM 3

Line-out

COM 2

COM 4

Mic-in

PS/2 Keyboard

DVI

Front Panel-CI270CW

USB

USB

Line-out phone jack

Mic-in phone jack

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2-6 Install Memory

This motherboard provides one 200-pin Small Outline Dual In-line Memory Module

(SODIMM) socket for memory expansion available from minimum memory size of 256MB to maximum memory size of 2GB DDR2 SDRAM.

DDR2 clock supports: DDR2 533, DDR2 667

Valid Memory Configurations

DIMM1

DS/SS

System Accept or Not

Accept

DS: Double Sided DIMM

Total Memory

Min. ~ Max.

256MB~2GB

SS: Single Sided DIMM

NOTE!

The detected memory size is less than actual installed memory size since some memory has been allocated for system use.

That’s how PC works with system memory.

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NOTE!

When you install DIMM module fully into the DIMM socket, the eject tab should be

locked into the DIMM module very firmly and fit into its indention on both sides.

Please refer to page7 for installation of memory module.

WARNING!

Once you hear " Beep Beep Beep" sounds after turning on the power , please check if the DRAM is installed properly or not.

2-7 List of Jumpers

1. JSB1: CMOS clear select

2. JSC3, JSC31 / 32 / 33 / 34: COM3 RS232/422/RS485 select

3. JSP1: ATX / AT Power type select

4. JSV1: S Video / HDTV select

5. JSD1: DPC Duty select

6. JSF1: CF card master and slave select

7. JVF1: CF card Power +5V/+3.3V select

8. JVC1: COM1 voltage select

9. JVC2: COM2 voltage select

10. JVC3: COM3 voltage select

11. JVC4: COM4 voltage select

12. JVL1: LCD Panel power select

13. JVP1: Panel Inverter power select

14. JVU8: USB8 voltage select

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2-8 Jumper Setting Description

A jumper is ON as a closed circuit with a plastic cap covering two pins. A jumper is OFF as an open circuit without the plastic cap. Some jumpers have three pins, labeled 1, 2, and 3. You could connect either pin 1 and 2 or 2 and 3.

The below figure 2.2 shows the examples of different jumper settings in this manual.

Figure 2.2

All jumpers already have its default setting with the plastic cap inserted as ON, or without the plastic cap as OFF. The default setting may be referred in this

2-9 JSB1: CMOS Data Set

A battery must be used to retain the motherboard configuration in CMOS RAM.

Close pin 1and pin 2 of JSB1 to store the CMOS data.

To clear the CMOS, follow the procedures below:

1. Turn off the system and unplug the AC power

2. Remove DC 12V power cable from DC 12V power connector

3. Locate JSB1 and close pin 2-3 for a few seconds

4. Return to its normal setting by shorting pin 1-2

5. Connect DC 12V power cable back to DC 12V power connector

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Note: Do not clear CMOS unless

1. Troubleshooting

2. Forget password

3. You fail over-clocking system

JSB1 Description

*1-2 *Normal Set

2-3 CMOS Data clear

JSB1

3

2

1

*

Normal

3

2

1

Clear Setting

2-10 JVF1: CF Card

Power Voltage select

If you use CF card and HDD together, we suggest you use the jumper setup for +5V.

*

We strongly suggest the users: DO NOT use the CF Card & HDD at the same time.

JVF1 Description

*1-2 *For CF CARD power voltage select +5V

2-3 For CF CARD power voltage select +3.3V

Note: Please be cautious about voltage setting.

JVF1

3 2 1

+5V

*

3 2 1

3.3V

*

We use to refer to as pin1

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2-11 JSF1: CF Card Master and Slave select

If you use CF card and SSD together, please set CF as Slave and SSD as Master.

*

We strongly suggest the users: DO NOT use the SSD & CF Card at the same time.

JSF1 Description

*1-2 *For CF CARD Master

2-3 For CF CARD Slave

JSF1

3 2 1

Master

*

3 2 1

Slave

2-12 JSP1: AT / ATX power select

JSP1 Description

*1-2 *ATX Power mode

2-3 AT Power mode

JSP1

1 2 3

ATX Power

*

1 2 3

AT Power

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2-13 COM port pin9 select RI signal or Voltage source

JVC1: COM1 PIN9 select JVC2: COM2 PIN9 select

JVC3: COM3 PIN9 select JVC4: COM4 PIN9 select

JVC1 / 2 / 3 / 4 Description

*1-2 *COM port pin9 use RI signal

3-4 COM port pin9 use +5V voltage

5-6 COM port pin9 use +12V voltage

Note

: 1.

Please be cautious about voltage setting.

2. If want to use +5V/+12V need check system power design spec.

*RI signal

JVC1

1

3

5

2

4

6

1

3

5

+5V

2

4

6

1

3

5

+12V

2

4

6

JVC2

*RI signal

5 3 1

6 4 2

+5V

5 3 1

6 4 2

+12V

5 3 1

6 4 2

JVC3

*RI signal

5 3 1

6 4 2

+5V

5 3 1

6 4

2

5 3 1

JVC4

6 4 2

*RI signal

5 3

1

6 4 2

+5V

+12V

5 3

1

6 4 2

5 3 1

6 4 2

+12V

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2-14 JSC3,JSC31/32/33/34: COM3 RS232/422/RS485 select

JSC3 JSC31 JSC32 JSC33 JSC34

*1-2 *1-2 *1-2 *1-2 *1-2

3-4 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3

5-6 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3

Description

RS232*

RS422

RS485

5

3 1

JSC3

6 4

2

JSC31

JSC32

JSC34

3 2 1

JSC33

*RS232

5

3 1

JSC3

6 4

2

JSC31

JSC32

JSC34

3 2 1

JSC33

RS422

5

3 1

JSC3

6 4

2

JSC31

JSC32

JSC34

3 2 1

JSC33

RS485

2-15 JVL1: LVD panel power select

JVL1 Description

1-2 +5V

*2-3 *+3.3V

Note: Please be cautious about voltage setting.

JVL1

3 2 1

+5V

3 2 1

+3.3V*

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2-16 JVP1: LVDS Panel Inverter power select

JVP1 Description

*1-2 *+12V

2-3 +5V

Note: Please be cautious about voltage setting.

JVP1

3 2 1

+12V*

3 2 1

+5V

2-17 JVU8: USB Port 8 Voltage select

JVU8 Description

*1-2 *+5V

2-3 +3.3V

Note: Please be cautious about voltage setting.

JVU8

3

2

1

+5V*

3

2

1

+3.3V

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2-18 JSD1: DPC Duty set

JSD1 Description

1-2 Low 0% (Low level )

*2-3 *Hi 100% (3.3V level)

Note: Please be cautious about voltage setting.

JSD1

3 2 1

Low

3 2 1

3.3V*

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Chapter-3

Connection

This chapter provides all necessary information of the peripheral's connections, switches and indicators. Always power off the board before you install the peripherals.

3-1 List of Connectors

CA1: Line-out phone jack

CA2: Mic-in phone jack

CA12: Mic-in (down side) / Line out (up side) phone jack

CA3: Line-out/Line-in/Mic-in 2x4 pin (2.0mm) Header

CAR1: Amplifier Line-out Right channel connector

CAL1: Amplifier Line-out Left channel connector

CC12: COM1(up side)/COM2(down side) DB9p connector

CC34: COM3(up side)/COM4(down side) DB9p connector

CC11: COM1 2x5pin(2.0mm) Wafer (Share to LPT1) (Option)

CC21: COM2 5pin (1.25mm) Wafer (Share to CC12 COM2)

CC22: COM2 DB9p connector (Share to CC12 COM2) (Option)

CC23: COM2 2x5pin(2.0mm) Wafer (Share to CC12 COM2) (Option)

CC5: COM5 2x5pin(2.0mm) Wafer

CC6: COM6 2x5pin(2.0mm) Wafer

CDG1: DVI-D / VGA DB15p connector

CG11: VGA port 2x5pin (2.0mm) Wafer connector

IDE1: IDE 40 pin (2.54mm) Connector

CF1: CF socket 50pin

CIO1,CIO2: Two DIO 2x5 pin (2.0mm) Wafer

CKM1: PS2 Keyboard / Mouse connector

CKM11: KB/MS port 1x6 pin (1.25mm) Wafer connector (Share to CKM1) (Option)

CO1: I2C bus connector 1x4 pin (1.25mm) Wafer (Option)

CPI1: DC 12V-IN DIN external Connector (4pin mini din connector)

CPI11: DC 12V-IN Internal Connector (4pin connector) (Option)

CPO1: DC +5/+12V output connector (2.5mm) Wafer

LVDS1: LVDS 18 /36Bits 2x15 pin (1.25mm) connector

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List of Connectors

CPP1: Panel inverter power connector 1x5 pin (2.0mm) Wafe

CT1: Touch screen device 2x5 pin (2.0mm) Wafer

CU12: USB 1 ports (Down side Type A jack )

CU2: USB 0 port 4pin (2.54mm) Header (Share with CU12)

CU7 : USB 7 port 4pin(1.25mm) Wafer (Share with PCIe Mini card soket)

CU8 : USB 8 port 4pin(1.25mm) Wafer (Share with Touch)

CUL1: USB port 3/4 and LAN1 RJ45 Connector

CUL2: USB port 5/6 and LAN2 RJ45 Connector

FAN1: CPU FAN connector 1x3 pin (2.54mm) Wafer

FAN2: System FAN connector 1x3 pin (2.54mm) Wafer

LPT1: LPT port 2x13pin(2.0mm) Wafer Header (Option)

SATA1: SATA connector 7pin

SATA2: SATA connector 7pin

MPCE1: PCIe Mini card socket

MPCI1: Mini PCI socket

SODIM1: DDRII RAM Socket

CFP1: Power LED 1x2 pin (2.54mm) Header.

CFP2: Power reset 1x2 pin (2.54mm) Header.

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3-2 FAN Connector

CI270CW provides one CPU fan connector and one system fan connector.

FAN1: CPU FAN connector (3pin 2.5mm wafer)

FAN2: System FAN connector (3pin 2.5mm wafer)

FAN1

pin1 pin1

FAN2

PIN NO. Description

1 GND

2 +12V

3 FAN speed detect

Note: DC in +12V by switch to FAN power +12V,

so DC in need stable +12V input

3-3 SATA Interface

.

SATA1 / SATA2 : Two SATA connector (7pin wafer)

PIN NO. Description

1 GND

2 DATA TX+

3 DATA TX-

4 GND

5 DATA RX-

6 DATA RX+

7 GND

SATA2

SATA1

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3-4 IDE Connectors

IDE1 40 pin (2.54mm box Header) Connector

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

1 RESET# 2 GND

3 DATA7 4 DATA8

5 DATA6 6 DATA9

7 DATA5 8 DATA10

9 DATA4 10 DATA11

11 DATA3 12 DATA12

13 DATA2 14 DATA13

15 DATA1 16 DATA14

17 DATA0 18 DATA15

19 GND 20

+5V

21

DREQ 22

GND

23

25

27

29

31

IOW#

IOR#

IORDY

DACK#

IRQ15

24

26

28

30

32

GND

GND

PULL DOWN

GND

NC

33 SA 1 34 ATA 33/66/100

CABLE SELECT

35

37

SA 0

HD CS0#

36

38

SA 2

HD CS1#

39

HD LED

40

GROUND

Note!

PIN 20 connector +5V of IDE 1 could provide the power of DOM.

pin1

IDE1

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3-5 Compact - Flash Memory Socket

CI270CW configures CompactFlash Storage Card in IDE mode.

It will use IDE channel when CompactFlash card is plugged in.

This socket supports CF Card Type I/II socket spec.

CF Socket 50pin----CF1

CF1: CF Socket For True IDE Mode (50pin CF Socket)

18

19

20

21

14

15

16

17

22

23

24

25

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

9

10

11

12

13

PIN NO. DESCRIPTION PIN NO.

GND

DATA3

DATA4

DATA5

DATA6

DATA7

-CS0

GND(A10)

GND(-ATA_SEL)

GND(A9)

GND(A8)

GND(A7)

+5V

GND (A6)

GND (A5)

GND (A4)

GND (A3)

SDA2

SDA1

SDA0

DATA0

DATA1

DATA2

NC(-IOCS16)

GND(-CD2)

43

44

45

46

39

40

41

42

47

48

49

50

30

31

32

33

26

27

28

29

34

35

36

37

38

DESCRIPTION

GND(-CD1)

DATA11

DATA12

DATA13

DATA14

DATA15

-CS1

GND(-VS1)

-IOR

-IOW

-WE(PH)

INTR

+5V

-CSEL

NC(-VS2)

RESET

IORDY

DMAREG(-INPACK)

DMAACK[-REG(PH)]

-DASP

-PDIAG

DATA8

DATA9

DATA10

GND

Note: Refer JSF1 / JVF1 Jumper set (CF socket share to IDE)

CF1

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3-6 VGA Connector

.

CG11: VGA 2 x 5pin 2.0mm wafer connector

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

1 BULE 2 GND

3 GND 4 DDC CLOCK

5 GREEN 6 V-SYNC

7 GND 8 H-SYNC

9 RED 10 DDC DATA

*Note : VGA signal CG11 share with CG1

pin1

CG11

3-7 DVI-D Connector

.

CDG1 : DVI 12bit connector Down side (DB Connector)

PIN NO.

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

17

1 Data 2 - 9 Data 1 -

3 GND

Data 1+

GND

18

19

4 NC

5

NC

6 I2C-CLK

11

12

13

14

NC

NC

+5V

20

21

22

GND

23

15

8

NC 16 DVI-DETECT 24

.

CDG1: VGA DB15 Connector Up side (D SUB 15PIN)

PIN NO.

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

11

1 RED 6 GND

12

GND

GND

3 BULE 8

13

NC 14

4 NC

5

GND

9

10 GND

15

Description

Data 0 -

Data 0 +

GND

NC

NC

GND

CLK+

CLK-

Description

NC

DDC DATA

H-SYNC

Y-SYNC

DDC CLOCK

CDG1 VGA

CDG1 DVI

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3-8 Keyboard and Mouse Connector

.

CKM1: PS2 Keyboard Din connector(down side)

2 MS DATA

3 GND

4 +5V

5 KB CLOCK

6 MS CLOCK

CKM1

PS/2 Keyboard

.

CKM1: PS2 Mouse Din Connector (up side)

PIN NO. Description

1 MS DATA

2 NC

3 GND

4 +5V

5 MS CLOCK

6 NC

.

CKM11: 6PIN(1.25mm Wafer connector) Internal Keyboard / Mouse Connector

CKM11

PIN NO. Description

1 +5V

2 KB DATA

3 KB CLOCK

4 GND

5 MS DATA

6 MS CLOCK

pin1

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3-9 USB Port

.

CU12: USB 0/1 ports (Down side Type A jack )

PIN NO. Description

1 +5V

2 USB DATA 0 / 1-

3 USB DATA 0 / 1+

CU12

4 GND

.

CU2: USB0 port 4pin (2.54mm) Header

(Share with CU12)

PIN NO. Description

1 +5V

2 USB DATA 0 -

3 USB DATA 0 +

CU7

pin1

.

4 GND

CU7: USB7 port (4pin 1.25mm Wafer) pin1

CU8

.

CU8: USB8 port (4pin 1.25mm Wafer)

PIN NO. Description

PIN NO. Description

1 +5V

1 +5V or +3.3V

2 USB DATA -

2 USB DATA -

3 USB DATA +

3 USB DATA +

4 GND

4 GND

Note: CU7 USB7 share with PCIe Mini card

Note : 1. PIN 1 Voltage select from JVU8

2. CU8 USB8 share with on board Touch controller

.

CUL1/CUL2 (Down side): USB ports 2/3/4/5 Type A jack

PIN NO. Description

1 +5V

2 USB DATA / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5-

3 USB DATA / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5+

4 GND

CUL2 CUL1

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3-10 LAN connector

The Fast Ethernet controller provides 32-bit performance, PCIe bus master capability, and full compliance with IEEE 802.3 10/100/1000 Based-T specification.

For 10/100/1000 Base-T operation, please connect the network connection by plugging one end of the cable into the RJ-45 jack of the CUL1/CUL2 Connector.

Besides 10/100/1000 Base-T, CI270CW can provide Intel Giga LAN solution through

CUL1/CUL2 once equipped with Intel 82574L chipset.

.

CUL1 / CUL2 (Up side) :LAN Giga/100Mb Jack

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

1 TD0-/TX+ 5 TD2-/NC

2 TD0+/TX- 6 TD2+/RX-

3 TD1-/RX+ 7 TD3-/NC

4 TD1+/NC 8 TD3+/NC

CUL2

CUL1

LAN LED

Intel 82574L

LAN LED

Speed

Indicate

LAN light

10 Mbps

Back Side Fornt Side

100 Mbps

Back Side Fornt Side

Link Led

Orange

ACT Led ACT Led

Orange Orange

Link Led

Green

ACT Led ACT Led

Orange Orange

1000 Mbps

Back Side Fornt Side

Link Led

Red

ACT Led

Orange

ACT Led

Orange

Realtek RTL8111C

LAN LED

Speed

10 Mbps

Back Side Fornt Side

Indicate

Link Led ACT Led ACT Led

Back Side

Link Led

100 Mbps

Fornt Side

ACT Led ACT Led

1000 Mbps

Back Side

Link Led ACT Led

Fornt Side

ACT Led

LAN light Orange Orange Green Orange Red Orange

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3-11 COM Port Connector

COM3 default support RS232/RS422/RS485 mode

COM1/2/4/5/6 default support RS232 mode

.

CC12: COM1 (up side) / COM2 (down side) port Connector

CC34: COM3 (up side) / COM4 (down side) port Connector

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

1 DCD 6 DSR

2 RXD 7 RTS

3 TXD 8 CTS

4 DTR 9 RI / VOLTAGE

5 GND

Note: 1. Pin 9 RI and Voltage setting only for COM 1/2/3/4 ports

JVC1 for COM1, JVC2 for COM2, JVC3 for COM3, JVC4 for COM4

.

2. COM3 default support RS232/RS422/RS485

CC12 / CC34: RS485 Mode conector ( D-SUB 9pin)

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

1 RS485 TX+ 6 NC

2 RS485 TX- 7 NC

3 NC 8 NC

4 NC 9 NC

5 GND

.

Note : This type by OEM BOM select

CC34: COM3 (up side) for RS422 /RS485 ( D-SUB 9pin)

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

1 TXD- 6 NC

2 TXD+ 7 NC

3 RXD+ 8 NC

4 RXD- 9 RI / VOLTAGE

5 GND

Note: 1. CC34 (COM3) default support RS232/RS422/485 function

2. BIOS need setting to RS485/422 mode

CC12: COM1 CC34: COM3

CC12: COM2 CC34: COM4

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.

RS232 ports (2x5pin 2.0mm Wafer)

CC11: COM1 CC23: COM2

CC5: COM5 CC6 : COM6

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

1 DCD 2 RXD

3 TXD 4 DTR

5 GND 6 DSR

7 RTS 8 CTS

9 RI 10 NC

Note: 1. CC11 share with LPT1 connector for OEM

2. CC23 share with CC12 connector for OEM

.

RS485 ports (2x5pin 2.0mm Wafer)

CC5: COM5 CC6 : COM6

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

1 RS485 TX- 2 RS485 TX+

3 NC 4 NC

5 GND 6 NC

7 NC 8 NC

9 NC 10 NC

Note : This type by OEM BOM select

CC23

pin1

CC6

pin1

CC5

pin1

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CC11

pin1

.

CC21: COM2 RS232 port (5pin 1.25mm Wafer)

PIN NO.

1 2 3 4

Description

+5V GND RTS TX RX

5

Note: 1. CC21(COM2) share with CC12

2. All signal are RS232 level .

.

CC22: COM2 RS232 Mode single conector ( D-SUB 9pin)

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

1 DCD 6 DSR

2 RXD 7 RTS

3 TXD 8 CTS

4 DTR 9 RI / VOLTAGE

5 GND

Note: 1. CC22 share with CC12 COM2 connector for OEM

CC22

CC21

pin1

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3-12 Audio Port Connector

The CI270CW has an on-board AC'97 3D sound interface. There are the connectors of

LINE OUT, MIC-IN connectors.

The MIC-IN Jack header are for audio sound input. The LINE-OUT connector is a 4-pin Jack for audio sound output.

.

CA1 : Line out connector (3.5mm Phone jack )

PIN NO. 1 2 3 4 5

Description GND FRONT OUT-L NC NC FRONT OUT-R

.

CA2: MIC IN (3.5mm Phone jack )

PIN NO. 1 2 3 4 5

Description GND MIC-PW GND NC MIC-IN

.

CA12: Up side Line out (3.5mm phone jack)

PIN NO. 1 2 3 4 5

Description GND Line OUT-L NC NC Line OUT_R

.

CA12: Down side Mic in (3.5mm phone jack)

PIN NO. 1 2 3 4 5

Description GND Mic IN-L NC NC Mic IN_R

.

CA3: Line-out/Line-in/Mic-in 2x4 pin (2.0mm) Header

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

1 Line-out-R 2 Line-out-L

3 GND 4 GMD

5 Line-in-R 6 Line-in-L

7 MIC-IN 8 MIC-IN

pin1

CA3

CA1

CA2

Line-out CA12

Mic-in CA12

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3-13 Audio Amplifier class D Two channel 6W/ch

● CAR1: Audio Amplifier Line Out Right (2pin 2.0mm wafer)

PIN NO. Description

1 LINE-OUT_R+

2 LINE-OUT_R-

● CAL1: Audio Amplifier Line Out Left (2pin 2.0mm wafer)

PIN NO. Description

1 LINE-OUT_L+

2 LINE-OUT_L-

Note : Audio Amplifier is option function

pin1 pin1

CAR1

CAL1

3-14 LPT Port

.

LPT1: port 2x13pin(2.0mm) Wafer Header

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

1 STROBE# 2 AUTO FROM FEED#

3 DATA0

5 DATA1

7 DATA2

9 DATA3

11 DATA4

13 DATA5

15 DATA6

17 DATA7

19 ACKNOWLEDGE

21 BUSY

23 PARER EMPTY

25 PRINTER SELECT

4 ERROR#

6 INITIALIZE

8 PRINTER SELECT LN#

10 GND

12 GND

14 GND

16 GND

18 GND

20 GND

22 GND

24 GND

26 NC

Note: BOM default haven’t this function by OEM

pin1

LPT1

26

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3-15 WDT/DIO Function port

WDT/DIO Function port (2x5 2.0mm Header)

CIO1 DIO 0—3 (2x5pin 2.0mm wafer)

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

1 DI-0 2 DO-3

3 DI-1 4 DO-2

5 DI-2 6 DO-1

7 DI-3 8 DO-0

9 GND 10 +5V

CIO2 DIO 4—7 (2x5pin 2.0mm wafer)

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

1 DI-4 2 DO-7

3 DI-5 4 DO-6

5 DI-6 6 DO-5

7 DI-7 8 DO-4

3-15-1 For F75111N I2C watch dog timer device:

DC spec :

Input low Voltage (VIL):+0.8 Max ,

Input High Voltage(VIH) : +2V Min

Output low Current (IOL):10mA (Min) VOL=0.4V

Output High Current (IOH):-10mA (Min) VOL=2.4V

Watch Dog Time value 0~255 sec

The system will be issued reset. When WDT is enable the hardware start down counter to zero. The reset timer have 10~20% tolerance upon the Temperature.

Note: If want to SDK support . please contact to sales window.

Please refer to page 41 for WDT/DIO sample code.

------------------------------------------------------------------

Sample W75IO Demo Program

------------------------------------------------------------------

1. DI

2. DO

3. WatchDog

4. Exit

------------------------------------------------------------------

Please select demo function<1-4>?

1. DI: Input DI value (0~FF, DI bit 0~7 HI level)

2.

3.

4.

DO: Input DO value (0~FF, DO bit 0~7 HI level)

WatchDog: Input WatchDog Value (0~256 sec)

Exit: Exit program

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3-16 I2C WDT/DIO W75IO.h Reference sample code:

Compile platform:TC30 & DOS 6.22

// Sample.cpp : Defines the entry point for the console application.

//

#include "stdafx.h"

#include "conio.h"

#include <string.h>

#include <stdlib.h>

#include <iostream>

#include "W75IO.h"

#define DEMO_DI

#define DEMO_DO

1

2

#define DEMO_WDT 3

#define DEMO_EXIT 4

/* include W75IO.h */

/* demo function */ int menu();

BOOL W75IO_init(); void W75IO_DO(); void W75IO_DI(); void W75IO_WDT(); int stoi( char* str)

{ if (( strlen(str) < 0 ) || ( strlen(str) >= 3 ))

-1; int value = 0; for ( int i=0; i<strlen(str) ;i=i+1)

{ int result=0; switch (str[i])

{ case '0':result=0; break ; case '1':result=1; break ; case '2':result=2; break ; case '3':result=3; break ; case '4':result=4; break ; case '5':result=5; break ; case '6':result=5; break ; case '7':result=7; break ; case '8':result=8; break ; case '9':result=9; break ; case 'a': case 'A':result=10; break ; case 'b': case 'B':result=11; break ; case 'c': case 'C':result=12; break ; case 'd': case case case case case

'D':result=13;

'e':

'E':result=14;

'f':

'F':result=15; break break break

;

;

;

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default :

result=-1; break ;

} if (result == -1)

-1; if (strlen(str) == 1 )

value=value+result; if (strlen(str) == 2 )

{ if ( i == 0 )

{

value=value+result*16;

} if ( i == 1 )

{

value=value+result;

}

}

} return value;

}

BOOL W75IO_init()

{

/* First step :to init W75IO.DLL */ if (InitializeW75IO())

{

/* init onboard W75IO chipset */ if (InitInternalW75IO())

return else

{

TRUE;

printf("ERROR:init

FALSE;

}

} else

{

}

printf("ERROR:Can't W75IO.DLL!!!.\n");

return

} return FALSE; void W75IO_DO()

{ int value; printf("Please enter your want output value (0-255) \n");

cin>>value;

/* use onboard W75IO output value*/

InterDigitalOutput(value);

} void W75IO_DI()

{

/* read & show onboard W75IO input value*/

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printf("read input input value %d\n",InterDigitalInput());

getch();

} void W75IO_WDT()

{

/* get WDT timer value*/ int value; printf("Please enter WatchDog Timer value (0-255)\n");

cin>>value;

/* check value */ int timer=value; if (timer > 255)

{ printf("must be > 255\n");

getch(); return ;

}

/* sete onboard W75IO use secord as WatchDog Timer unit */

SetInterWDTUnit(FALSE);

/* Enable onboard W75IO WatchDog Timer */

EnableInterWDT(timer);

/* show message... */ for ( int i=0;i<timer;i++)

{ printf("the System will reboot after %3d sec ....\n",timer-i);

Sleep(1000);

}

} int menu()

{ int iOption;

/* First clean screen */

system("cls");

/* show demo menu()*/

printf("\n");

printf("----------------------------------

printf("Sample Demo

printf("-----------------------------------\n");

printf("1.DI\n");

printf("2.DO\n");

printf("3.WatchDog\n");

printf("4.Exit\n");

printf("----------------------------------- printf("Please select demo function(1-4)?");

/* get user select */

cin>>iOption; return iOption;

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} int main( int argc, char* argv[])

{

/* get user enter value*/ if (W75IO_init())

{ while (1)

{ int option =menu(); if ( option == 4 ) break switch

;

(option)

{ case DEMO_DI:

W75IO_DI(); break ; case DEMO_DO:

W75IO_DO(); break ; case DEMO_WDT:

W75IO_WDT(); break ;

}

} case DEMO_EXIT: break ;

} return 0;

}

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3-16-1 I2C WDT/DIO F75111N reference sample code:

Compile platform: Windows (include SMBus.h)

Contents

1. Introduction

1.1 Initial Internal F75111 port address (0x9c)

1.2 Set F75111 DI/DO ( sample code as below Get Input value/Set output value)

1.3 Enable/Disable WDT

1.4 PULSE mode

2. Initial internal F75111

3. Set output value

4. Get input value

5. Enable Watch Dog

6. Disable Watch Dog

7. Define F75111 pin

1. Introduction

1-1. Initial Internal F75111 port address (0x9c)

define GPIO1X, GPIO2X, GPIO3X to input or output and Enable WDT function pin

1-2. Set F75111 DI/DO ( sample code as below Get Input value/Set output value )

DO: InterDigitalOutput(BYTE byteValue))

DI: InterDigitalInput()

1-3. Enable/Disable WDT

Enable : F75111_SetWDTEnable (BYTE byteTimer)

Disable: F75111_SetWDTDisable ()

1-4. PULSE mode

Sample to setting GP33, 32, 31, 30 output 1mS low pulse signal.

{

//This is setting low pulse output

this->Write_Byte(F75111_INTERNAL_ADDR, GPIO3X_PULSE_CONTROL, 0x00);

//This selects the pulse width to 1mS

this->Write_Byte(F75111_INTERNAL_ADDR, GPIO3X_PULSE_WIDTH_CONTROL, 0x01);

//This is setting the GP33, 32, 31, 30 to output function.

this->Write_Byte(F75111_INTERNAL_ADDR, GPIO3X_CONTROL_MODE, 0x0F);

//This is setting the GP33, 32, 31, 30

this->Write_Byte(F75111_INTERNAL_ADDR, GPIO3X_Output_Data , 0x0F);

}

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2. Initial internal F75111

void F75111::InitInternalF75111()

{

//set GPIO1X to Input function

this->Write_Byte(F75111_INTERNAL_ADDR,GPIO1X_CONTROL_MODE ,0x00);

//set GPIO3X to Input function

this->Write_Byte(F75111_INTERNAL_ADDR,GPIO3X_CONTROL_MODE ,0x00);

//set GPIO2X to Output function

this->Write_Byte(F75111_INTERNAL_ADDR,GPIO2X_CONTROL_MODE ,0xFF);

//Enable WDT OUT function

this->Write_Byte(F75111_INTERNAL_ADDR,F75111_CONFIGURATION, 0x03);

}

3. Set output value

void F75111::InterDigitalOutput(BYTE byteValue)

{

BYTE byteData = 0;

byteData = (byteData & 0x01 )? byteValue + 0x01 : byteValue;

byteData = (byteData & 0x02 )? byteValue + 0x02 : byteValue;

byteData = (byteData & 0x04 )? byteValue + 0x04 : byteValue;

byteData = (byteData & 0x80 )? byteValue + 0x08 : byteValue;

byteData = (byteData & 0x40 )? byteValue + 0x10 : byteValue;

byteData = (byteData & 0x20 )? byteValue + 0x20 : byteValue;

byteData = (byteData & 0x10 )? byteValue + 0x40 : byteValue;

byteData = (byteData & 0x08 )? byteValue + 0x80 : byteValue; // get value bit by bit

// write byteData value via GPIO2X output pin

this->Write_Byte(F75111_INTERNAL_ADDR,GPIO2X_OUTPUT_DATA,byteData);

}

4. Get Input value

BYTE F75111::InterDigitalInput()

{

BYTE byteGPIO1X = 0;

BYTE byteGPIO3X = 0;

BYTE byteData = 0;

// Get value from GPIO1X

this->Read_Byte(F75111_INTERNAL_ADDR,GPIO1X_INPUT_DATA,&byteGPIO1X) ;

// Get value from GPIO3X

this->Read_Byte(F75111_INTERNAL_ADDR,GPIO3X_INPUT_DATA,&byteGPIO3X) ;

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byteGPIO1X = byteGPIO1X & 0xF0; // Mask unuseful value

byteGPIO3X = byteGPIO3X & 0x0F; // Mask unuseful value

byteData = ( byteGPIO1X & 0x10 )? byteData + 0x01 : byteData;

byteData = ( byteGPIO1X & 0x80 )? byteData + 0x02 : byteData;

byteData = ( byteGPIO1X & 0x40 )? byteData + 0x04 : byteData;

byteData = ( byteGPIO3X & 0x01 )? byteData + 0x08 : byteData;

byteData = ( byteGPIO3X & 0x02 )? byteData + 0x10 : byteData;

byteData = ( byteGPIO3X & 0x04 )? byteData + 0x20 : byteData;

byteData = ( byteGPIO3X & 0x08 )? byteData + 0x40 : byteData;

byteData = ( byteGPIO1X & 0x20 )? byteData + 0x80 : byteData;

// Get correct DI value from GPIO1X & GPIO3X

return byteData;

}

5. Enable WatchDog

void F75111_SetWDTEnable (BYTE byteTimer)

{

// set WatchDog range and timer

WriteByte(F75111_INTERNAL_ADDR,WDT_TIMER_RANGE ,byteTimer);

// Enable WatchDog, Setting WatchDog configure

WriteByte(F75111_INTERNAL_ADDR,WDT_CONFIGURATION,WDT_TIMEOUT_FLAG | WDT_ENABLE |

WDT_PULSE | WDT_PSWIDTH_100MS);

}

6. Disable WatchDog

void F75111_SetWDTDisable ()

{

WriteByte(F75111_INTERNAL_ADDR,WDT_CONFIGURATION,0x00);

}

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7. Define F75111 pin in F75111.h

//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#define F75111_INTERNAL_ADDR 0x9C // OnBoard F75111 Chipset

#define F75111_EXTERNAL_ADDR 0x6E // External F75111 Chipset

//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#define F75111_CONFIGURATION 0x03 // Configure GPIO13 to WDT2 Function

//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#define GPIO1X_CONTROL_MODE 0x10 // Select Output Mode or Input Mode

#define GPIO2X_CONTROL_MODE 0x20 // Select GPIO2X Output Mode or Input Mode

#define GPIO3X_CONTROL_MODE 0x40 // Select GPIO3X Output Mode or Input Mode

//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#define GPIO1X_INPUT_DATA 0x12 // GPIO1X Input

#define GPIO3X_INPUT_DATA 0x42 // GPIO3X Input

//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#define GPIO2X_OUTPUT_DATA 0x21 // GPIO2X Output

//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#define GPIO1X_PULSE_CONTROL 0x13 // GPIO1x Level/Pulse Control Register

// 0:Level Mode

// 1:Pulse Mode

#define GPIO1X_PULSE_WIDTH_CONTROL 0x14 // GPIO1x Pulse Width Control Register

#define GP1_PSWIDTH_500US 0x00 // When select Pulse mode:500us.

#define GP1_PSWIDTH_1MS

#define GP1_PSWIDTH_20MS

0x01 // When select Pulse mode:1ms.

0x02 // When select Pulse mode:20ms.

#define GP1_PSWIDTH_100MS 0x03 // When select Pulse mode:100ms.

//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#define GPIO2X_PULSE_CONTROL 0x23 // GPIO2x Level/Pulse Control Register

// 0:Level Mode

// 1:Pulse Mode

#define GPIO2X_PULSE_WIDTH_CONTROL 0x24 // GPIO2x Pulse Width Control Register

#define GP2_PSWIDTH_500US

#define GP2_PSWIDTH_1MS

#define GP2_PSWIDTH_20MS

0x00 // When select Pulse mode:500us.

0x01 // When select Pulse mode:1ms.

0x02 // When select Pulse mode:20ms.

#define GP2_PSWIDTH_100MS 0x03 // When select Pulse mode:100ms.

//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#define GPIO3X_PULSE_CONTROL 0x43 // GPIO3x Level/Pulse Control Register

// 0:Level Mode

// 1:Pulse Mode

#define GPIO3X_Output_Data 0x41 // GPIO3x Output Data Register

#define GPIO3X_PULSE_WIDTH_CONTROL 0x44 // GPIO3x Pulse Width Control Register

#define GP3_PSWIDTH_500US 0x00 // When select Pulse mode:500us.

#define GP3_PSWIDTH_1MS 0x01 // When select Pulse mode:1ms.

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#define GP3_PSWIDTH_1MS 0x01 // When select Pulse mode: 1 ms.

#define GP3_PSWIDTH_20MS 0x02 // When select Pulse mode: 20 ms.

#define GP3_PSWIDTH_100MS 0x03 // When select Pulse mode:100 ms.

//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#define WDT_TIMER_RANGE 0x37 // 0-255 (secord or minute program by

// WDT_UNIT)

#define WDT_CONFIGURATION 0x36 // Configure WDT Function

#define WDT_TIMEOUT_FLAG 0x40 // When watchdog timeout.this bit will be set to 1.

#define WDT_ENABLE

#define WDT_PULSE

0x20 // Enable watchdog timer

0x10 // Configure WDT output mode

// 0:Level Mode

// 1:Pulse Mode

#define WDT_UNIT 0x08 // Watchdog unit select.

// 0:Select second.

// 1:Select minute.

#define WDT_LEVEL 0x04 // When select level output mode:

// 0:Level low

// 1:Level high

#define WDT_PSWIDTH_1MS 0x00 // When select Pulse mode: 1 ms.

#define WDT_PSWIDTH_20MS 0x01 // When select Pulse mode: 20 ms.

#define WDT_PSWIDTH_100MS 0x02 // When select Pulse mode: 100 ms.

#define WDT_PSWIDTH_4000MS 0x03 // When select Pulse mode: 4 s.

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Contents

1. Write_Byte Mode

2. Read_Byte Mode

3. Check Device (F75111)

4. SMBus_Clear

5 SMBus_Wait

6. SMBus_Busy

7. IO_Write

8. IO_Read

9. Define SMBus IO address

10. Define SMBus pin in SMBus.

1. Write Byte Mode

int SMBus::Write_Byte(WORD dwSlave, BYTE pCmd, BYTE pByte)

{

this->SMBus_Clear(); // Clear SMBus data first if (this->SMBus_Busy()) // Check SMBus busy or not, return busy if busy

return SMBUS_BUSY;

this->IO_Write(SMBHSTADD , dwSlave & ~1 ); // write address in first variable

this->IO_Write(SMBHSTCMD , pCmd ); // write command in second variable

this->IO_Write(SMBHSTDAT0 , pByte ); // write data in third variable

this->IO_Write(SMBHSTCNT , SMBHSTCNT_START | SMBHSTCNT_BYTE);

// Sent start command to SMBus control register return (int)this->SMBus_Wait(); // return wait command when SMBus finish the job

}

2. Read Byte Mode

int SMBus::Read_Byte(WORD dwSlave, BYTE pCmd, BYTE *pByte)

{

this->SMBus_Clear(); // Clear SMBus data first

if (this->SMBus_Busy())

return SMBUS_BUSY;

// Check SMBus busy or not, return busy if busy

this->IO_Write(SMBHSTADD , dwSlave | 1 ); // write address in first variable

this->IO_Write(SMBHSTCMD , pCmd ); // write command in second variable

this->IO_Write(SMBHSTCNT , SMBHSTCNT_START | SMBHSTCNT_BYTE);

// Sent start command to SMBus control register

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int ret = this->SMBus_Wait(); // Check SMBus Status

if (ret == SMBUS_OK) // If SMBus Stand by

{

*pByte = (BYTE)this->IO_Read(SMBHSTDAT0) &0xFF; // Get SMBus host data value

}

return ret; // reture SMBus status

}

3. Check Device (F75111)

BOOL SMBus::CheckDevice(WORD wDeviceAddress)

{

int ret;

this->SMBus_Clear(); // Clear SMBus data first

if (this->SMBus_Busy())

return SMBUS_BUSY;

// Check SMBus busy or not, return busy if busy

this->IO_Write(SMBHSTADD , wDeviceAddress & ~1 ); // write address in first variable

this->IO_Write(SMBHSTCNT , SMBHSTCNT_START | SMBHSTCNT_SENDRECV);

// Sent start command to SMBus control register

ret = this->SMBus_Wait(); // Check SMBus Status

if (ret == SMBUS_OK) // Check device exist or not, if exist return ture else false

return TRUE;

else

return FALSE;

}

4. SMBus_Clear

void SMBus::SMBus_Clear()

{

this->IO_Write(SMBHSTSTS ,0xFF); // Clear SMBus status

this->IO_Write(SMBHSTDAT0,0x0 ); // Clear SMBus data

}

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5. SMBus_Wait

int SMBus::SMBus_Wait()

{

int timeout = SMBUS_TIMEOUT;

DWORD dwValue;

while (timeout--)

{

Sleep(10); // I/O Delay

dwValue = IO_Read(SMBHSTSTS) & 0x00FF; // Read Host Status Register

if( dwValue & SMBHSTSTS_INTR )

SMBHSTSTS_INTR, return SMBus_OK

// if status value equal

{

return SMBUS_OK;

}

// if status value equal SMBHSTSTS_FAILED, return SMBHSTSTS_FAILED

if( dwValue & SMBHSTSTS_FAILED )

{

printf("SMBus Action FAILED! %x\n",dwValue);

return SMBHSTSTS_FAILED;

}

// if status value equal SMBHSTSTS_COLLISION, return SMBHSTSTS_COLLISION

if(dwValue & SMBHSTSTS_COLLISION)

{

printf("SMBus Action COLLISION! %x\n",dwValue);

return SMBHSTSTS_COLLISION;

}

// if status value equal SMBHSTSTS_ERROR, return SMBHSTSTS_ERROR

if(dwValue & SMBHSTSTS_ERROR)

{

printf("SMBus Action ERROR! %x\n",dwValue);

return SMBHSTSTS_ERROR;

}

}

return SMBUS_BUSY;

}

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6. SMBus_Busy

BOOL SMBus::SMBus_Busy()

{

// Check SMBus status if equal SMBHSTSTS_BUSY

if( (this->IO_Read(SMBHSTSTS) & SMBHSTSTS_BUSY ) == 1 )

return TRUE; // return true

else

return FALSE; // else retrun false

}

7. IO_Write

void SMBus::IO_Write(WORD dwOffset, BYTE dwData)

{

// Set dwData value to assigned address

SetPortVal(this->m_MapIOAddress+dwOffset, dwData,1);

}

8. IO_Read

BYTE SMBus::IO_Read(WORD dwOffset)

{

DWORD dwAddrVal;

// Get dwAddrVal value from assigned address

GetPortVal(this->m_MapIOAddress+dwOffset,&dwAddrVal,1);

return (BYTE)(dwAddrVal & 0x0FF);

}

9. Define SMBus IO address

SMBus::SMBus()

{

this->m_MapIOAddress = 0x500;

}

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10. Define SMBus pin in SMBus.h

#define SMBHSTSTS

#define SMBHSTSTS_BUSY

#define SMBHSTSTS_INTR

#define SMBHSTSTS_ERROR

0x00 // SMBus Host Status Register Offset

0x01 // SMBus Host -> 0000-0001 Busy

0x02 // SMBus Host -> 0000-0010 Interrupt / complection

0x04 // SMBus Host -> 0000-0100 Error

#define SMBHSTSTS_COLLISION

#define SMBHSTSTS_FAILED

0x08 // SMBus Host -> 0000-1000 Collistion

0x10 // SMBus Host -> 0001-0000 Failed

//----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#define SMBHSTCNT 0x02 // SMBus Host Contorl Register Offset

#define SMBHSTCNT_KILL

#define SMBHSTCNT_QUICK

0x02 // SMBus Host Contorl -> 0000 0010 Kill

0x00 // SMBus Host Contorl -> 0000 0000 quick (default)

#define SMBHSTCNT_SENDRECV

#define SMBHSTCNT_BYTE

#define SMBHSTCNT_WORD

#define SMBHSTCNT_BLOCK

0x04 // SMBus Host Contorl -> 0000 0100 Byte

0x08 // SMBus Host Contorl -> 0000 1000 Byte Data

0x0c // SMBus Host Contorl -> 0000 1100 Word Data

0x14 // SMBus Host Contorl -> 0001 0100 Block

#define SMBHSTCNT_START 0x40 // SMBus Host Contorl -> 0100 0000 Start

//----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#define SMBHSTCMD

#define SMBHSTADD

0x03 // SMBus Host Command Register Offset

0x04 // SMBus Host Address Register Offset

#define SMBHSTDAT0

#define SMBHSTDAT1

0x05 // SMBus Host Data0 Register Offset

0x06 // SMBus Host Data1 Register Offset

#define SMBBLKDAT 0x07 // SMBus Host Block Data Register Offset

//----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

// SMBus Bus Status Code

//----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#define SMBUS_OK

#define SMBUS_BUSY

#define SMBUS_INT

0x0 // SMBUS OK

0x1 // SMBUS BUSY

0x2 // SMBUS INTR

#define SMBUS_ERROR 0x4 // SMBUS ERROR

//----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

#define SMBUS_TIMEOUT 100

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3-17 LVDS Interface Connector

.

LVDS1: 18bit LVDS interface from 945GSE chipset (2x15 pin 1.25mm wafer)

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

LVDS1

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1 PWM dimming 2 +5V

3 +LCD (5V or 3.3V) 4 +LCD (5V or 3.3V)

5 NC 6 NC

7 NC 8 NC

9 Channel-0-DATA2+ 10 Channel-0-CLK+

11 Channel-0-DATA2- 12 Channel-0-CLK-

13 GND 14 GND

15 Channel-0-DATA1+ 16 Channel-0-DATA0+

17 Channel-0-DATA1- 18 Channel-0-DATA0-

19

GND

20

GND

21

23

+LCD(5V or 3.3V)

NC

22

24

+LCD(5V or 3.3V)

NC

25

27

29

NC

NC

NC

26

28

30

NC

NC

NC

pin1

Note: 1. JVL1: LVDS panel +5V/+3.3V Voltage select

2. LVDS1 PIN 1 for panel backlight active default Hi or Low by JSD1 jumper setting.

3. Pin 1 back light dimming control.

provided 200Hz / 275Hz / 380Hz / 20KHz /25KHz

and adjust PWM duty cycle by software program .

3-18 Panel Power Connector

.

CPP1: Panel Inverter power (5pin 2.0mm wafer)

PIN NO. Description

1 +12V or +5V

2 GND

3 PWM dimming

4 ENBKL(3.3V)

5 ENBKL(5V)

Note : 1. JVP1 Inverter Voltage select

2. CCP1 PIN 3 and LVDS1 PIN1 is same signal.

Default active setup by JSD1

3. Pin 3 back light dimming control .

provided 200Hz / 275Hz / 380Hz / 20KHz /25KHz

and adjust PWM duty cycle by software program .

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CPP1 pin1

3-19 Touch screen device

CT1: Touch screen (2x5 pin 2.0mm wafer)

.

For 8- wire type pin define

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

1 Bottom 2 Bottom Sense

3 Top Sense 4 Top

5 Right 6 Right Sense

7 Left Sense 8 Left

9 GND 10 KEY

Note: For eight wire type cable Pin 3 and Pin4 need short.

.

For 4- wire type pin define

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

1 Left 2 N/A

3 N/A 4 Top

5 Right 6 N/A

7 Bottom 8 N/A

9 GND 10 KEY

Note: For four wire type cable Pin 3 and Pin4 need short.

.

For 5- wire type pin define

PIN NO. Description PIN NO. Description

1 UR(H) 2 N/A

3 Sense 4 UL(Y)

5 LR(X) 6 N/A

7 LL(L) 8 N/A

CT1

9 GND 10 KEY

pin1

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3-20 DC 12V IN

.

CPI1: DC 12V-IN external Connector (4pin mini din connector)

PIN NO. Description

1,2 +12V DC-IN

3,4 GND

CPI1

.

CPI11: DC 12V-IN Internal Connector (4pin connector) (Option)

PIN NO. Description

1,2 +12V DC-IN

3,4 GND

3-21 DC +5/+12V output connector

.

CPO1 : +12V/+5V DC voltage output (4pin 2.5mm Wafer)

PIN NO. Description

1 +5V

2 GND

3 GND

4 +12V*

*Note: DC in +12V by switch to DC-out voltage +12V,

so DC in need stable +12V input pin1

CPO1

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3-22 I2C Bus Interface

.

CO1: I2C(SM) bus connector (4 pin 1.25mm wafer)

PIN NO. Description

1 +3.3V

2 GND

3 I2C CLK

4 I2C DATA

CO1

Note: BOM default haven’t this function by OEM

pin1

3-23 Mini card

.

MPCE1: Support USB and PCIe by one Interface

(Mini card socket 52pin) pin1

MPCE1

pin52

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3-24 Front-Panel

.

Power switch: PW-ON--- SWP1

SWP1 / SWP12 / SWP13 : system push button power switch

Based on case design , there may be a power switch or a 2-pin header connected to the

case-mounted power switch. It is used to power ON/OFF the system.

.

Power LED: PW-LED / CFP1

The Power LED is lit while the system power is on.

.

IDE Activity LED: HDD-LED

HDD-LED shows the activity of the hard disk.

.

LAN LED Activity LED

LAN LED shows the activity of network

CFP2: system reset pin header.

HDD LED

SWP13

CFP2

SWP12

CFP1

LAN LED

Power LED

SWP1

SWP1

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Chapter 4

Introduction of BIOS

The BIOS is a program located in the Flash Memory on the motherboard. This program is

a bridge between motherboard and operating system. When you start the computer, the

BIOS program gains control. The BIOS first operates an auto-diagnostic test called POST

(Power on Self Test) for all the necessary hardware, it detects the entire hardware devices and configures the parameters of the hardware synchronization. After these tasks are completed, BIOS will give control of the computer back to operating system (OS). Since the

BIOS is the only channel for hardware and software to communicate with, it is the key factor of system stability and of ensuring your system performance at best.

In the BIOS Setup main menu, you can see several options. We will explain these options in the following pages. First, let us see the function keys you may use here:

Press <Esc> to quit the BIOS Setup.

Press ↑↓←→ (up, down, left, right) to choose the option you want to confirm or modify.

Press <F10> to save these parameters and to exit the BIOS Setup menu after you complete the setup of BIOS parameters.

Press Page Up/Page Down or +/- keys to modify the BIOS parameters for the active option.

4-1 Enter Setup

Power on the computer and press <Del> key immediately to enter Setup.

If the message disappears before your respond but you still wish to enter Setup, restart the system by turning it OFF then ON button on the system case.

You may also restart the system by simultaneously pressing <Ctrl>,

<Alt> and <Delete> keys.

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4-2 Getting Help

Main Menu

The on-line description of the highlighted setup function is displayed at the bottom of the screen.

Status Page Setup Menu/ Option Page Setup Menu

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>.

4-3 The Main Menu

Once you enter Award BIOS CMOS Setup Utility, the Main Menu will appear on the screen. The Main Menu has fourteen setup functions and two exit choices. Use arrow keys to select among these items. Press <Enter> to accept or enter the sub-menu.

Phoenix-AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

Standard CMOS Features

PC Health Status

Advanced BIOS Features

Advanced Chipset Features

Integrated Peripherals

Power Management Setup

PnP/PCI Configurations

Frequency/Voltage Control

Load Optimized Defaults

Set Supervisor Password

Set User Password

Save & Exit Setup

Exit Without Saving

F10 : Save & Exit Setup

Time, Date, Hard Disk Type…

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Standard CMOS Features

This Menu is for basic system configurations.

Advanced BIOS Features

This menu is to set the Advanced Features available in your system.

Advanced Chipset Features

This menu is to change the values in the chipset registers and optimize your system performance.

Integrated Peripherals

This menu is to specify your settings for integrated peripherals.

Power Management Setup

This menu is to specify your settings for power management.

PnP/PCI configurations

This entry appears if your system supports PnP/PCI.

PC Health Status

This entry shows your PC health status.

Load Optimized Defaults

Use this menu to load the BIOS default values for optimal system performances.

Set Supervisor/User Password

This menu is to set User and Supervisor Passwords.

Save & Exit Setup

Save CMOS values modified to CMOS and exit setup.

Exit Without Saving

Abandon all the CMOS values modified and exit setup.

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4-4 Standard CMOS Features

The items in Standard CMOS Setup Menu are divided into several categories.

Each category includes none, one or more than one setup items. Use the arrow keys to highlight the item and then use the <PgUp> or <PgDn> keys to select the value you want to modify with this item.

Phoenix

-

AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

Standard CMOS Features

Sat, Jun 1 2009

Time (hh:mm:ss)

0 : 0 : 0

IDE Channel 0 Master

[ None ]

IDE Channel 0 Slave

IDE Channel 2 Master [ None ]

IDE Channel 2 Slave [ None ]

IDE Channel 3 Master [ None ]

IDE Channel 3 Slave [ None ]

Item Help

Menu Level

Change the day, Month, year and century

Video

[

EGA/VGA]

[

No Errors]

Base Memory

640K

Extended Memory 1038336K

Total Memory

1039360K

↑↓→←

:Move Enter:Select +/

/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help

F5:Previous Values F6:Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults

IDE Primary/Secondary Master/Slave

Press PgUp/<+> or PgDn/<-> to select Manual, None, Auto 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 your hard disk drive type is not matched or listed, you can use Manual to define your own drive type manually. If you select Manual, related information is asked to be entered to the following items. Enter the information directly from the keyboard. This information should be provided in the documentation from your hard disk vendor or the system manufacturer.

Video

The setting controls the type of video adapter used for the primary monitor of the system.

Settings are: EGA/VGA (default), CGA 40, CGA 80 and Mono.

Halt On

The setting determines whether the system will stop if an error is detected at boot.

Settings are: All Errors: The system stops when any error is detected.

No Errors (default): The system doesn’t stop for any detected error.

All, But Keyboard: The system doesn’t stop for a keyboard error.

All, But Diskette: The system doesn’t stop for a disk error.

All, But Disk/ Key: The system doesn’t stop for either a disk or a keyboard error.

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4-5 Advanced BIOS Features

Phoenix

-

AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

Advanced BIOS Features

Hard Disk Boot Priority

USB Boot Priority

Virus Warning

Quick Power On Self Test

First Boot Device

Second Boot Device

Third Boot Device

Boot Other Device

Boot Up NumLock Status

Gate A20 Option

Typematic Rate Setting

X

Typematic Rate <Chars/Sec>

X

Typematic Delay <Msec>

OS Select For DRAM > 64MB

HDD S.M.A.R.T. Capability

Full Screen LOGO Show

Small Logo<EPA> Show

[ Press Enter

]

[ Press Enter

]

[ Disabled ]

[ Enabled ]

[ USB-FDD

]

[ USB-CDROM ]

[ Hard Disk ]

[ Enabled

]

[ On

]

[ Fast

]

[ Disabled ]

[ 6

]

[ 250 ]

[ Non-OS2

]

[ Disabled

]

[ Enabled

]

[ Disabled

]

Item Help

Menu Level

↑↓→←

:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help

F5:Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults

Hard Disk Boot Priority

Please refer section.

USB Boot Priority

Please refer section.

Virus Warning

The Virus Warning feature can help you protect IDE Hard Disk boot sector.

If this function is enabled, BIOS will show a warning message on screen and alarm beep when someone attempts to write data into this area without permission.

Disabled

(Default) No warning message appears when anything attempts to access

the boot sector or hard disk partition table.

Enabled

Activate automatically when the system boots up. The system will

show the warning message if anything attempts to access the boot

sector of hard disk partition table.

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Quick Power On Self Test

This category speeds up Power On Self Test (POST) after you power on the computer. If this is set to Enabled, BIOS will shorten or skip some check items during POST.

Enabled

(Default) Enable quick POST

Disabled

Normal POST

First/Second/Third Boot Device

The BIOS attempts to load the operating system from the devices in the sequence selected in these items.

Settings are: LS120, Hard Disk, CDROM, USB-Device, ZIP100, USB-FDD, USB-ZIP,

USB-CDROM, LAN and Disabled

Boot Other Device

Setting the option to Enabled allows the system to try to boot from other devices if the system fails to boot from the 1st/2nd/3rd boot device.

Boot Up NumLock Status

On

(Default) Keypad is numeric keys.

Off

Keypad is arrow keys.

Gate A20 Option

Normal

The A20 signal is controlled by keyboard controller or chipset

hardware.

Fast

(Default) The A20 signal is controlled by port 92 or chipset specific method.

Typematic Rate Setting

Keystrokes repeat at a rate determined by the keyboard controller. When enabled, the typematic rate and typematic delay can be selected. The settings are: Enabled/Disabled.

Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec)

Sets the number of times a second to repeat a keystroke when you hold the key down.

Settings are: 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 20, 24, and 30.

Typematic Delay (Msec)

Sets the delay time after the key is held down before is begins to repeat the keystroke.

Settings are 250, 500, 750, and 1000.

OS Select For DRAM > 64MB

Allows OS2 to be used with >64MB or DRAM. Settings are Non-OS/2 (Default) and OS2.

Set to OS/2 if using more than 64MB and running OS/2

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4-5-1 Hard Disk Boot Priority

Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

Hard Disk Boot Priority

1. Ch1 S. :xxx-xxxxx

2. Ch2 P. :xxx-xxxxx

3. Bootable Add-in Cards

Item Help

Menu Level

↑↓→←

:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help

F5:Previous Values F6:Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults

Ch1 S/Ch2 P

It allows you to set the priority for hard disk boot. When you press enter, the selections shows the current hard disks used in your system

Bootable Add-in Cards

that is relevant to other boot sources media such as SCSI cards and LAN cards.

4-5-2 USB Boot Priority

Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

USB Boot Priority

1. USB HDD0 : XXX-XXXXX

2. USB HDD1 : XXX-XXXXX

Item Help

Menu Level

↑↓→←

:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help

F5:Previous Values F6:Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults

USB HDD0/USB HDD1

It allows you to set the priority for USB storage boot. When you press enter, the selections shows the current USB storage used in your system

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4-6 Advanced Chipset Features

The Advanced Chipset Features Setup option is used to change the values of the chipset registers. These registers control most of the system options in the computer.

Phoenix-AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

Advanced Chipset Features

System BIOS Cacheable [ Enabled ]

Video BIOS Cacheable [ Disabled ]

PCI Express Root Port Func [ Press Enter ]

Item Help

Menu Level

** VGA Setting **

On-Chip Frame Buffer Size [ 8MB ]

DVMT Mode [ DVMT ]

DVMT/FIXED Memory Size [ 128MB ]

Boot Display [ CRT+LVDS ]

Panel Number [ 1024 X 768 18Bit ]

↑↓→←

:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help

F5:Previous Values F6:Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults

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.

Settings are: Enabled (default) and Disabled.

Video BIOS Cacheable

Select Enabled allows caching of the video BIOS, resulting in better system performance.

However, if any program writes to this memory area, a system error may result.

Settings are: Enabled and Disabled (default).

PCI Express Root Port Func

Please refer to section

On-chip Frame Buffer Size

This item allows you to select on-chip buffer size

The item choice: 1MB, 8MB (default)

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DVMT Mode

This item allows you to select the DVMT mode.

The choice: FIXED, DVMT (default), BOTH

DVMT/FIXED Memory Size

This item allows you to select the DVMT or FIXED graphics memory size.

The memory size choice: 64MB, 128MB (default), 224MB

Boot Display

This item allows you to select the display device.

Display Device: CRT, DVI,LVDS, CRT+LVDS (default),CRT+DVI

Panel Number

This item allows you to select the panel resolution

5.

6.

7.

8.

1.

2.

3.

4.

640 X 480 18bit

800 X 600 18bit *

1024 X 768 18bit * (default)

1280 X 1024 18bit

1400 X 1050 18bit (Reduced Blanking LVDS)

1400 X 1050 18bit (Non-Reduced Blanking LVDS)

1600 X 1200 18bit

1280 X 768 18bit

9. 1680 X 1050 18bit

10. 1920 X 1200 18bit

11. 1280 X 800 18bit

12. 1280 X 600 18bit

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4-6-1 PCI Express Root Port Func

Phoenix-AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

PCI Express Root Port Func

PCI Express Port 1 [ Auto ]

PCI Express Port 2 [ Auto ]

PCI Express Port 3 [ Auto ]

PCI Express Port 4 [ Auto ]

PCI-E Compliancy Mode [ v1.0a ]

Item Help

Menu Level

↑↓→←

:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help

F5:Previous Values F6:Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults

PCI Express Port 1/2/3/4

These items are Disable or Enable port 1 to port 4 of PCIe device.

Note: Port 1 to port 4 will all disables, if you select “Disable” on Port 1 item.

PCI-E Compliancy Mode

This item determines PCI Express bus in mode?

V1.0a

(default) it’s compliant PCI Express in v1.0a specification.

V1.0

it’s compliant PCI Express in v1.0 specification.

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4-7 Integrated Peripherals

Phoenix-AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

Integrated Peripherals

OnChip IDE Device [ Press Enter ]

Super IO Device [ Press Enter ]

Onboard Serial Port 3 [ 3E8 ]

Serial Port 3 Use IRQ [ IRQ10 ]

Onboard Serial Port 4 [ 2E8 ]

Serial Port 4 Use IRQ [ IRQ10 ]

Onboard Serial Port 5 [ 4F8 ]

Serial Port 5 Use IRQ [ IRQ11 ]

Onboard Serial Port 6 [ 4E8 ]

Serial Port 6 Use IRQ [ IRQ11 ]

COM3 422/485 flow control [ Disable ]

USB Device Setting [ Press Enter ]

Item Help

Menu Level

↑↓→←

F5:Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults

OnChip IDE Device Function

Please refer to section

Super IO Device Function

Please refer to section

Onboard Serial Port 3~6

Select an address for the third to the sixth serial ports.

Settings are: 3F8, 2F8, 3E8, 2E8, Disabled.

Serial Port 3 ~ 6 Use IRQ

Select an interrupt for the third to the sixth serial ports.

Settings are: IRQ3,IRQ4,IRQ5,IRQ6,IRQ7,IRQ10,IRQ11.

The Serial Port 3 ~ 6 default value below:

PORT ADDR/IRQ

COM 3 3E8/IRQ10

COM 4

COM 5

COM 6

2E8/IRQ10

4F8/IRQ11

4E8/IRQ11

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COM 3 422/485 flow control

This item allows you to disable or enable RS422 or RS485 function on COM 3, if you need.

USB Device Setting

Please refer to section

4-7-1 OnChip IDE Device Function

Phoenix-AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

OnChip IDE Device

IDE HDD Block Mode [Enabled]

PATA DMA Mode

Disabled]

[Auto]

IDE Primary Master PIO [Auto]

IDE Primary Slave PIO [Auto]

IDE Primary Master UDMA [Auto]

IDE Primary Slave UDMA [Auto]

On-Chip Secondary PCI IDE [Enabled]

IDE Secondary Master PIO [Auto]

IDE Secondary Slave PIO [Auto]

IDE Secondary Master UDMA [Auto]

IDE Secondary Slave UDMA [Auto]

Item Help

Menu Level

X

***

On-Chip Serial ATA Setting

***

On-Chip Serial ATA [Enhanced Mode]

SATA PORT Speed Setting Disabled

PATA IDE Mode Secondary

SATA Port P0,P2 is Primary

↑↓→←

F5:Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults

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/writes per sector the drive can support. The settings are: Disabled, Enabled (default).

PATA DMA Mode

Force IDE device to work in DMA33 or DMA66/100 mode.

Auto ( Default )

By system determine automatically.

DMA33

DMA66/100

Work in DMA 33 mode.

Work in DMA 66/100 mode.

Note: That is supported fastest speed by IDE device to determine in DMA66 or DMA100.

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OnChip IDE Primary/Secondary

The integrated peripheral controller contains an IDE interface with support for two IDE channels.

Select Enabled to activate each channel separately.

Settings are: Enabled (default), Disabled.

Primary/Secondary 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 settings are: Auto (default), Mode 0, Mode 1, Mode 2, Mode 3 and Mode 4.

Primary/Secondary Master/Slave UDMA

Ultra DMA/33 implementation is possible only if your IDE hard drive supports it and the operating environment includes a DMA driver (Windows 95 OSR2 or a third-party IDE bus master driver)You’re your hard drive and your system software both support Ultra DMA/33 and Ultra DMA/66, select Auto to enable BIOS support.

Settings are: Auto(default) , Disabled.

OnChip Serial SATA

That it has 5 choices as below:

Disable

Auto

Disable SATA Controller.

By system determine automatically.

Combined Mode

PATA and SATA are combined. Max of 2 IDE drives

in each channel.

Enhanced Mode

( default ) Enable both SATA and PATA. Max of 6 IDE drives

are supported.

SATA Only

SATA is operating in legacy mode.

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4-7-2

Super IO Function

Phoenix-AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

Super IO Function

Onboard Serial Port 1 [ 3F8/IRQ4 ]

Onboard Serial Port 2 [ 2F8/IRQ3 ]

PWRON After PWR-Fail [ Former-Sts ]

Item Help

Menu Level

↑↓→←

F5:Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults

Onboard Serial Port 1&2

Select an address and corresponding interrupt for the first and the second serial ports.

Settings are: 3F8/IRQ4, 2E8/IRQ3, 3E8/IRQ4, 2F8/IRQ3, Disabled, Auto.

PWRON After PWR-fail

This item specifies whether your system will reboot after a power failure or interrupt occurs.

Settings are: Off: Leaves the computer in the power off state.

On: Leaves the computer in the power on state.

Former-Sts: Restores the system to the status before power failure or interrupt

occurred (Default).

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4-7-3 USB Device Function

Phoenix-AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

USB Device Function

USB 1.0 Controller [ Enabled ]

USB 2.0 Controller [ Enabled ]

USB Operation Mode [ High Speed ]

USB Keyboard Function [ Enabled ]

USB Mouse Function [ Enabled ]

USB Storage Function [ Enabled ]

Item Help

Menu Level

↑↓→←

F5:Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults

USB 1.0 Controller

Select Enabled if your system contains a Universal Serial Bus (USB) controller and you have a USB peripherals.

Settings are: Enabled (default), Disabled.

USB 2.0 Controller

Select Enabled if your system contains a Enhanced Serial Bus (USB) controller and you have a USB peripherals.

Settings are: Enabled (default), Disabled.

USB Operation Mode

High speed:

If USB device was high speed device, then it operated on high speed mode. If USB device was full/low speed device, then it operated on full/low speed mode.

Full/Low Speed:

All of USB device operated on full/low speed mode.

USB Keyboard Function/ USB MOUSE Function/USB Storage Function

Select Enabled if your system contains a Universal Serial Bus (USB) controller and you have a USB keyboard or USB mouse and USB storage.

Settings are: Enabled (default), Disabled.

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4-8 Power Management Setup

The Power Management Setup allows you to configure your system to most effectively save energy saving while operating in a manner consistent with your own style of computer use.

Phoenix-AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

Power Management Setup

PCI Express PM Function [Press Enter]

ACPI Function [Enabled]

Power Management [User Define]

Video Off Method [DPMS]

Item Help

Menu Level

Video Off In Suspend [Yes]

MODEM Use IRQ [3]

Suspend Mode [Disable]

HDD Power Down [Disable]

Soft-Off by RWR-BTTN [Instant-Off] x x

Date (of Month)Alarm 0

Time (hh:mm:ss)Alarm 0: 0: 0

** Reload Global Timer Events**

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]

↑↓→←

F5:Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults

PCI Express PM Function

Please refer to section

ACPI Function

This item allows you to Enabled/Disabled the Advanced Configuration and Power

Management (ACPI).

Settings are: Enabled (default) and Disabled.

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Video Off Method

This determines the manner in which the monitor is blanked.

DPMS

(default) Initial display power management signaling.

Blank Screen

This option only writes blanks to the video buffer.

V/H SYNC+Blank

This selection will cause the system to turn off the vertical

and horizontal synchronization ports and write blanks to the

video buffer.

Video Off in Suspend

This determines the manner in which the monitor is blanked.

Yes

Video will off.

No

Video always On.

MODEM Use IRQ

This determines the IRQ in which the MODEM can use.

The settings are: 3(default), 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, NA.

Resume by Alarm

This function is for setting date and time for your computer to boot up. During Disabled, you cannot use this function. During Enabled, choose the Date and Time Alarm:

Date(of month) Alarm

You can choose which month the system will boot up. Set to 0, to boot every day.

Time(hh:mm:ss) Alarm

You can choose what hour, minute and second the system will boot up.

Note:

If you have change the setting, you must let the system boot up until it goes to the operating system, before this function will work

4-8-1 PCI Express PM Function

Phoenix-AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

PCI Express PM Function

PCI Express PME [ Disabled ]

Item Help

Menu Level

:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help

F5:Previous Values F6:Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults

PCI Express PME

This item allows you to wake-up system, when PME event has presence.

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4-9 PnP/PCI Configuration Setup

This section describes how to configure the PCI bus system. PCI, or Personal Computer

Interconnect, is a system which allows I/O devices to operate at the speed the CPU itself keeps when CPU communicates with its own special components. This section covers some very technical items and we strongly recommended that only experienced users should make any change to the default settings.

Phoenix-AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

PnP/PCI Configurations

Item Help

Init Display First [ PCI Slot ]

Reset Configuration Data [ Disabled ]

x

Resources Controlled By [ Auto(ESCD) ]

IRQ Resources Press Enter

Menu Level

PCI/VGA Palette Snoop [ Disabled ]

↑↓→←

:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help

F5:Previous Values F6:Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults

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 settings are: Enabled and Disabled.

Resource Controlled By

The Award Plug and Play BIOS can 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 95/98. If you set this field to "manual", choose a specific resource by going into each sub menu that follows this field.

Settings are: Auto(ESCD) (default) or Manual.

IRQ Resources

Please refer section.

PCI/VGA Palette Snoop

Leave this field at Disabled. The settings are Enabled or Disabled.

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4-9-1 IRQ Resources

When resources are controlled manually, each system interrupt is assigned a type, depending on the type of device using the interrupt.

Phoenix-AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

IRQ Resources

IRQ-3 assigned to [PCI Device]

IRQ-4 assigned to [PCI Device]

IRQ-5 assigned to [PCI Device]

IRQ-7 assigned to [PCI Device]

IRQ-9 assigned to [PCI Device]

IRQ-10 assigned to [PCI Device]

IRQ-11 assigned to [PCI Device]

IRQ-12 assigned to [PCI Device]

IRQ-14 assigned to [PCI Device]

IRQ-15 assigned to [PCI Device]

Item Help

Menu Level

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.

↑↓→←

:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help

F5:Previous Values F6:Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults

4-10 PC Health Status

This section shows the status of your CPU, Fan, and overall system.

This is only available when there is Hardware Monitor function onboard.

Phoenix-AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

PC Health Status

Vcore 0.86V

+ 1.05V 1.02V

+ 3.33V 3.29V

+ 5.00V 5.02V

+ 12.0V 11.84V

Voltage Battery 3.02V

Item Help

Menu Level

CPU Fan Speed. 4017 RPM

System Fan Speed. 3924 RPM

↑↓→←

:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help

F5:Previous Values F6:Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults

Current CPU Temperature/Current System Temp

Vcore/+1.05V/+3.3V/+5V/+12V

This will show the CPU/FAN/System voltage chart.

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4-11 Frequency/Voltage Control

This section is to set CPU Frequency Control.

Phoenix-AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility

Frequency/Voltage Control

Spread Spectrum [Enabled]

Item Help

Menu Level

↑↓→←

:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help

F5:Previous Values F6:Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults

Spread Spectrum

This item allows you to set the CPU Host/PCI clock Spread Spectrum.

Settings are: Disabled or Enabled. (default)

4-12 Load Fail-Safe Defaults

When you press <Enter> on this item, you get a confirmation dialog box with a message similar to:

Load Optimized Defaults ( Y/N )? N

Press <Y> to load the default values that are factory settings for optimal

system operation performance.

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4-13 Set Supervisor/ User Password

You can set supervisor password, user password, or both. The differences are:

Supervisor password:

You can enter the setup menus and change the options.

User password:

You can enter the setup menus but do not have the right to

change the options. When you select this function, the

following message will appear at the center of the screen to

assist you in creating a password.

ENTER PASSWORD:

Type the password, up to eight characters in length, and press <Enter>. The password typed will clear any previous password from CMOS memory. You will be asked to confirm the password. Type the password again and press <Enter>. You may also press <Esc> to abort the selection without entering password. To disable a password, just press <Enter> when you are prompted to enter the password. A message will confirm if you want to disable the password. Once the password is disabled, the system will boot and you can enter Setup menus freely.

PASSWORD DISABLED.

When a password has been enabled, you have to enter it every time before you enter the

Setup. This prevents an unauthorized person from changing any part of your system configuration.

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Chapter 5

DRIVER INSTALLATION

There is a SYSTEM INSTALL CD disk in the package. This CD has all the drivers you need and some free application programs and utility programs. In addition, this CD also includes an auto-detect software which can tell you which hardware is installed and which driver is needed so that your system can function properly.

We call this auto detect software SYSTEM INSTALL.

SYSTEM INSTALL Supports WINDOWS 2000/XP

Insert the CD into your CD-ROM drive and the SYSTEM INSTALL Menu should appear as below. If the menu does not appear, double-click MY COMPUTER and double-click

CD-ROM drive or click START, click RUN, and type X:\SETUP.EXE (assuming X is your

CD-ROM drive).

From SYSTEM INSTALL MENU you may make 3 selections:

1 . Auto detect main board and OS Into auto install driver Menu

2 . Explore CD to explore the contents of the CD

3 . EXIT to exit from SYSTEM INSTALL menu

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Auto install driver Menu

1. INF install Intel 945 GSE chipset system driver

2. VGA install on-board VGA driver

3. SOUND install VIA HID Audio Codec Audio driver

4. DIRECTX install DirectX 9 driver

5. LAN to LAN install driver readme file

Each selection is illustrated as below:

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5-1 Inf Install INTEL 945GSE Chipset system driver

1.Click INF when System Install MENU 2.Click NEXT when Chipset Software

appears Install Utility appears

3. This license agreement appear,

click Yes, the Click NEXT.

4. This is Readme information appear,

Click NEXT.

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5. Click Next.

6. Click Finish to restart computer

NOTE: SYSTEM INSTALL will auto detect file path

X:\driver\INTEL\I945\INF\infinst_autol.exe

This driver supports WINDOWS 2000\XP\Vista

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5-2 VGA Install Intel 945GSE VGA Driver

1. Clic k VGA when System Install MENU

appears.

2.Click NEXT when Intel ® Chipset

Graphics Driver Software Setup appears.

3. Click NEXT when Intel ® Graphics Media

Accelerator Driver Software appear

4.Click YES, This Announce CopyRight

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5. Click Next.

6. Click FINISH to Restart Computer

NOTE: The path of the file

For WINDOWS XP/2000

X:\driver\INTEL\I945\VGA\win2k_xp\Setup.exe

For WINDOWS Vista

X:\driver\INTEL\I945\VGA\winvista\Setup.exe

For WINDOWS Vista 64

X:\driver\INTEL\I945\VGA\winvista64\ Setup.exe

For WINDOWS XP 64

X:\driver\INTEL\I945\VGA\winxp64\ Setup.exe

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5-3 SOUND Install VIA HID Audio Codec Driver

1.Click SOUND when System Install

MENU appears.

2.Click Next.

3. Click Next.

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4.Click Next to begin installing driver.

The program might be few minutes.

5. Click Next

NOTE: The path of the file For 2000 \ XP

X:\driver\INTEL\I945\SOUND\setup.exe

6. Click FINISH to Restart Computer

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5-4 HOW TO UPDATE BIOS

Under DOS Mode

STEP 1. Prepare a bootable disc.

(Storage device could be USB FDD, CF card, or USB pen drive.)

STEP 2. Copy utility program to your bootable disc. You may copy it from DRIVER CD

X:\Dirver\bios\AWDFLASH.EXE or download it from our web site.

STEP 3. Copy the latest BIOS for your LEX motherboard from our web site to

your bootable disc.

STEP 4. (Here take CI270C as an example, please enter your motherboard’s name)

Insert your bootable disc into X: (X could be C:, A: or others.

It depends on which type of storage device you use. )

Start the computer and type

X:\ Awdflash CI270Cxx.BIN /SN/PY/WB/CP/CD/CC/R

CI270Cxxx.BIN is the file name of the latest BIOS. It may be CI270CA1.BIN or

CI270CA2.BIN, etc. Please leave one space between .BIN & /SN/PY/WB/CP/CD/CC/R

By 945GSE series mainboard, pls type

X:\Awdflash CI270Cxxx.BIN /SN/PY/WB/CP/CD/CC/R

SN : don't save the current BIOS data

PY : renew the current BIOS data

WB : always programming Boot Block

CP : clear PnP(ESCD) data after programming

CD : clear DMI data after programming

CC : clear the current CMOS data

R : restart computer

STEP 5. Press ENTER and the BIOS will be updated,

Computer will restart automatically.

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0.11A

3.23A

1.85A

3.01A

0.09A

2.38A

1.36A

2.07A

0.05A

1.19A

0.69A

1.00A

0.04A

0.91A

0.53A

0.83A

2.20A

In put

Voltage

9V

1.59A

0.81A

0.62A

12V

24V

32V

0.11A

0.10A

2.04A

1.35A

2.23A

1.53A

1.03A

1.67A

0.05A

0.04A

0.75A

0.52A

0.81A

0.60A

0.41A

0.64A

1.68A

1.25A

0.64A

0.49A

9V

12V

24V

32V

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Appendix B: Resolution list

640 x 480 x ( 256 / 16bit / 32bit )

800 x 600 x ( 256 / 16bit / 32bit )

1024 x 768 x ( 256 / 16bit / 32bit )

1152 x 864 x ( 256 / 16bit / 32bit )

1280 x 600 x ( 256 / 16bit / 32bit )

1280 x 720 x ( 256 / 16bit / 32bit )

1280 x 768 x ( 256 / 16bit / 32bit )

1280 x 800 x ( 256 / 16bit / 32bit )

1280 x 960 x ( 256 / 16bit / 32bit )

1280 x 1024 x ( 256 / 16bit / 32bit )

1400 x 1050 x ( 256 / 16bit / 32bit )

1440 x 900 x ( 256 / 16bit / 32bit )

1600 x 900 x ( 256 / 16bit / 32bit )

1600 x 1200 x ( 256 / 16bit / 32bit )

1920 x 1080 x ( 256 / 16bit / 32bit )

1920 x 1200 x ( 256 / 16bit / 32bit )

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