Abit IL-90MV Computer Hardware User Manual

Introduction
Hardware Setup
BIOS Setup
Intel ViiV Technology Certified
Driver & Utility CD
iL-90MV
Intel Socket 478 (Core Duo)
Micro ATX Motherboard
Intel 945GT/ICH7m-DH
Intel GMA 950
HDMI 1.2 Technology
RoHS Compliant
7.1Ch HD Audio
User’s Manual
Intel 82573L GbE LAN
Appendix
Motherboard
Intel Socket 478
(Core Duo)
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User’s Manual
English, 2nd Edition
August, 2006
Copyright and Warranty Notice
The information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a
commitment on part of the vendor, who assumes no liability or responsibility for any errors that may
appear in this manual.
No warranty or representation, either expressed or implied, is made with respect to the quality,
accuracy or fitness for any particular part of this document. In no event shall the manufacturer be
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Product names appearing in this manual are for identification purpose only and trademarks and
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No part of this manual may be reproduced, transmitted or transcribed without the expressed written
permission of the manufacturer and authors of this manual.
If you do not properly set the motherboard settings, causing the motherboard to malfunction or fail,
we cannot guarantee any responsibility.
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Contents
1. Introduction ..................................................................... 1-1
1.1 Features & Specifications .............................................................1-1
1.2 Motherboard Layout.....................................................................1-3
Hardware Setup
2. Hardware Setup ............................................................... 2-1
2.1 Choosing a Computer Chassis .......................................................2-1
2.2 Installing Motherboard .................................................................2-1
2.3 Checking Jumper Settings ............................................................2-2
2.3.1 CMOS Memory Clearing Header and Backup Battery ..............2-3
2.3.2 Wake-up Headers................................................................2-5
2.4 Connecting Chassis Components...................................................2-6
2.4.1 ATX Power Connectors ........................................................2-6
2.4.2 Front Panel Switches & Indicators Headers............................2-7
2.4.3 FAN Power Connectors ........................................................2-8
BIOS Setup
2.5 Installing Hardware......................................................................2-9
2.5.1 CPU Socket 478 (Core Duo) .................................................2-9
2.5.2 DDR2 Memory Slots .......................................................... 2-12
Driver & Utility CD
2.6 Connecting Peripheral Devices .................................................... 2-13
2.6.1 Floppy and IDE Disk Drive Connectors ................................ 2-13
2.6.2 Serial ATA Connectors ....................................................... 2-14
2.6.3 Additional USB 2.0 Port Headers......................................... 2-15
2.6.4 Additional IEEE1394 Port Header........................................ 2-15
2.6.5 Internal Audio Connectors.................................................. 2-16
2.6.6 Front Panel Audio Connection Header ................................. 2-16
2.6.7 PCI Express X1 Add-on Slot ............................................... 2-18
2.6.8 PCI Add-on Slots ............................................................... 2-18
2.7 Onboard Status Display .............................................................. 2-19
2.7.1 Power Source Indicators .................................................... 2-19
2.8 Connecting Rear I/O Devices ...................................................... 2-20
3. BIOS Setup....................................................................... 3-1
3.1 Standard CMOS Features..............................................................3-2
3.2 Advanced BIOS Features ..............................................................3-6
3.3 Advanced Chipset Features...........................................................3-9
Appendix
3.4 Integrated Peripherals................................................................ 3-12
3.5 Power Management Setup.......................................................... 3-17
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3.6 PnP/PCI Configurations .............................................................. 3-20
3.7 PC Health Status........................................................................ 3-22
3.8 Load Fail-Safe Defaults .............................................................. 3-24
3.9 Load Optimized Defaults ............................................................ 3-24
3.10 Set Password........................................................................... 3-24
3.11 Save & Exit Setup .................................................................... 3-24
3.12 Exit Without Saving.................................................................. 3-24
4. Driver & Utility CD............................................................ 4-1
4.1 Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility .......................................4-2
4.2 Intel Matrix Storage Technology Driver..........................................4-3
4.3 Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver .........................................4-4
4.3.1 Tips on HDMI application .....................................................4-5
4.4 Realtek Audio Driver ....................................................................4-8
4.5 Intel PRO Network Connections Driver ..........................................4-9
4.6 USB 2.0 Driver.............................................................................4-9
4.7 Intel SATA Driver Disk Maker...................................................... 4-10
4.8 ABIT EQ (The Hardware Doctor Utility)........................................ 4-11
4.9 FlashMenu (BIOS Update Utility) ................................................. 4-13
5. Appendix .......................................................................... 5-1
5.1 Troubleshooting (How to Get Technical Support?) ..........................5-1
5.1.1 Q & A .................................................................................5-1
5.1.2 Technical Support Form ......................................................5-4
5.1.3 Universal ABIT Contact Information ......................................5-5
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Introduction
1. Introduction
1.1 Features & Specifications
CPU
• Designed for Intel® Core Duo/Solo, Core 2 Duo socket 478 processors with
667/533MHz FSB
• Supports Enhanced Intel Speedstep® Technology (EIST)
• Supports Intel® Extended Memory 64 Technology (EM64T)
• Supports Intel® Execute Disable Bit capability
Chipset
• Northbridge: Intel® 945GT
• Southbridge: Intel® ICH7m-DH
Memory
• Two 240-pin DIMM slots
• Supports Dual Channel DDR2 667/533 Un-buffered Non-ECC memory
• Supports maximum memory capacity up to 2GB
Graphics
• Integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 Supports DirectX 9
HDMI 1.2
• Support 1080p and UXGA 1600X1200 @60MHz
• Support 7.1 ch HD audio
LAN
• Onboard Intel 82573L 10/100/1000M controller
Audio
• Onboard 7.1 channels Intel High Definition Audio CODEC
• Supports auto jack sensing and optical S/PDIF In/Out
• Dolby Master Studio Certificated
Expansion Slots
• 1x PCI-E X1 slot
• 2x PCI slots
Internal I/O Connectors
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2x
2x
1x
Floppy port
ATA 100/66/33 connector
SATA 1.5Gb/s connectors
USB 2.0 headers
IEEE1394 header
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• 1x FP-Audio header
• 1x CD-IN connector
Rear Panel I/O
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1x VGA connector
1x PS/2 Keyboard connector
1x PS/2 Mouse connector
1x HDMI 1.2 connector
1x OPT-IN1 connector
1x OPT-OUT1 connector
1x AUDIO Connector (Surround-Left / Surround-Right, Rear-Left / Rear-Right,
Center/Subwoofer, Mic-In, Line-In, Line-Out)
• 1x IEEE 1394 connector
• 4x USB 2.0 connectors
• 1x RJ-45 Gigabit LAN connector
Serial ATA
• Supports 2 Ports Serial ATA at 1.5Gb/s data transfer rate
• Support RAID 0/1
• Supports SATA AHCI, providing native command queuing and native hot plug
IEEE 1394
• Supports 2 Ports IEEE 1394 at 400Mb/s data transfer rate
RoHS Compliancy
• 100% Lead-free process and RoHS compliancy
ABIT Engineered
• ABIT OTES STREAM Thermal Solution
Miscellaneous
• Micro ATX form factor (245mm x 245mm)
※ Specifications and information contained herein are subject to change without
notice.
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1.2 Motherboard Layout
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2. Hardware Setup
In this chapter we will elaborate all the information you need upon installing this motherboard
to your computer system.
※ Always power off the computer and unplug the AC power cord before adding or
removing any peripheral or component. Failing to so may cause severe damage
to your motherboard and/or peripherals. Plug in the AC power cord only after
you have carefully checked everything.
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This motherboard carries a Micro ATX form factor of 245 x 245 mm. Choose a chassis big
enough to install this motherboard.
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As some features for this motherboard are implemented by cabling connectors on the
motherboard to indicators and switches or buttons on the chassis, make sure your chassis
supports all the features required.
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If there is possibility of adopting some more hard drives, make sure your chassis has
sufficient power and space for them.
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Most chassis have alternatives for I/O shield located at the rear panel. Make sure the I/O
shield of the chassis matches the I/O port configuration of this motherboard. You can find
an I/O shield specifically designed for this motherboard in its package.
2.2 Installing Motherboard
Most computer chassis have a base with
many mounting holes to allow the
motherboard to be securely attached, and at
the same time, prevent the system from
short circuits. There are two ways to attach
the motherboard to the chassis base:
1. with studs,
2. or with spacers
In principle, the best way to attach the board
is to use studs. Only if you are unable to do
this should you attach the board with spacers.
Line up the holes on the board with the mounting holes on the chassis. If the holes line up and
there are screw holes, you can attach the board with studs. If the holes line up and there are
only slots, you can only attach with spacers. Take the tip of the spacers and insert them into
the slots. After doing this to all the slots, you can slide the board into position aligned with slots.
After the board has been positioned, check to make sure everything is OK before putting the
chassis back on.
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2.1 Choosing a Computer Chassis
1. Locate all the screw holes on
the motherboard and the
chassis base.
2. Place all the studs or spacers
needed on the chassis base
and have them tightened.
3. Face the motherboard’s I/O
ports toward the chassis’s rear
panel.
4. Line up all the motherboard’s
screw holes with those studs or
spacers on the chassis.
Face the chassis’s rear panel.
To install this motherboard:
5. Install the motherboard with
screws
and
have
them
tightened.
※ To prevent shorting the PCB circuit, please REMOVE the metal studs or spacers if
they are already fastened on the chassis base and are without mounting-holes
on the motherboard to align with.
2.3 Checking Jumper Settings
For a 2-pin jumper, plug the jumper cap on both pins will make it CLOSE (SHORT). Remove the
jumper cap, or plug it on either pin (reserved for future use) will leave it at OPEN position.
SHORT
OPEN
OPEN
For 3-pin jumper, pin 1~2 or pin 2~3 can be shorted by plugging the jumper cap in.
Pin 1~2 SHORT
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2.3.1 CMOS Memory Clearing Header and Backup Battery
The time to clear the CMOS memory occurs when (a) the CMOS data becomes corrupted, (b)
you forgot the supervisor or user password preset in the BIOS menu, (c) you are unable to
boot-up the system because the CPU ratio/clock was incorrectly set in the BIOS menu, or (d)
whenever there is modification on the CPU or memory modules.
This header uses a jumper cap to clear the CMOS memory and have it reconfigured to the
default values stored in BIOS.
Pins 1 and 2 shorted (default): Normal operation.
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Pins 2 and 3 shorted: Clear CMOS memory.
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To clear the CMOS memory and load in the default values:
1. Power off the system and disconnect with AC power source.
2. Set pin 2 and pin 3 shorted by the jumper cap. Wait for a few seconds. Set the jumper cap
back to its default settings --- pin 1 and pin 2 shorted.
3. Power on the system.
4. For incorrect CPU ratio/clock settings in the BIOS, press <Del> key to enter the BIOS setup
menu right after powering on system.
5. Set the CPU operating speed back to its default or an appropriate value.
6. Save and exit the BIOS setup menu.
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CMOS Backup Battery:
An onboard battery saves the CMOS memory to keep the BIOS information stays on even after
disconnected your system with power source. Nevertheless, this backup battery exhausts after
some five years. Once the error message like “CMOS BATTERY HAS FAILED” or “CMOS
checksum error” displays on monitor, this backup battery is no longer functional and has to
be renewed.
To renew the backup battery:
1. Power off the system and disconnect with AC power source.
2. Remove the exhausted battery.
3. Insert a new CR2032 or equivalent battery. Pay attention to its polarity. The “+” side is its
positive polarity.
4. Connect AC power source and power on the system.
5. Enter the BIOS setup menu. Reconfigure the setup parameters if necessary.
CAUTION:
※ Danger of explosion may arise if the battery is incorrectly renewed.
※ Renew only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the battery
manufacturer.
※ Dispose of used batteries according to the battery manufacturer’s instructions.
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2.3.2 Wake-up Headers
These headers use a jumper cap to enable/disable the wake-up function.
USB-PWR1:
Pin 1-2 shorted (default): Disable wake-up function support at USB1 port.
Pin 2-3 shorted: Enable wake-up function support at USB1 port.
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USB-PWR2:
Pin 1-2 shorted (default): Disable wake-up function support at USB2 port.
Pin 2-3 shorted: Enable wake-up function support at USB2 port
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2.4 Connecting Chassis Components
2.4.1 ATX Power Connectors
These connectors provide the connection from an ATX power supply. As the plugs from the
power supply fit in only one orientation, find the correct one and push firmly down into these
connectors.
ATX 24-Pin Power Connector:
The power supply with 20-pin or 24-pin cables can both be connected to this 24-pin connector.
Connect from pin-1 for either type. However, a 20-pin power supply may cause the system
unstable or even unbootable for the sake of insufficient electricity. A minimum power of 300W
or higher is recommended.
ATX 12V 4-Pin Power Connector:
This connector supplies power to CPU. The system will not start without connecting power to
this one.
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2.4.2 Front Panel Switches & Indicators Headers
This header is used for connecting switches and LED indicators on the chassis front panel.
Watch the power LED pin position and orientation. The mark “+” align to the pin in the figure
below stands for positive polarity for the LED connection. Please pay attention to connect these
headers. A wrong orientation will only cause the LED not lighting, but a wrong connection of
the switches could cause system malfunction.
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HLED (Pin 1, 3):
Connects to the HDD LED cable of chassis front panel.
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RST (Pin 5, 7):
Connects to the Reset Switch cable of chassis front panel.
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SPKR (Pin 13, 15, 17, 19):
Connects to the System Speaker cable of chassis.
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SLED (Pin 2, 4):
Connects to the Suspend LED cable (if there is one) of chassis front panel.
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PWR (Pin 6, 8):
Connects to the Power Switch cable of chassis front panel.
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PLED (Pin 16, 18, 20):
Connects to the Power LED cable of chassis front panel.
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2.4.3 FAN Power Connectors
These connectors each provide power to the cooling fans installed in your system.
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CPUFAN1: CPU Fan Power Connector
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SYSFAN1: System Fan Power Connector
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AUXFAN1~2: Auxiliary Fan Power Connector
※ These fan connectors are not jumpers. DO NOT place jumper caps on these
connectors.
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2.5 Installing Hardware
※ DO NOT scratch the motherboard when installing hardware. An accidentally
scratch of a tiny surface-mount component may seriously damage the
motherboard.
2.5.1 CPU Socket 478 (Core Duo)
1. Use a flat-head screwdriver to turn the
screw bolt counter clockwise to unlock
position.
2. Carefully hold the CPU by both of its
edges above the CPU socket. Align the
gold-triangle mark with the Pin-1 of CPU
socket. Place the CPU vertically and
easily down into the socket.
Do not force the CPU in; it only fits in
one orientation.
3. Use a flat-head screw driver to turn the
screw bolt clockwise from its unlock
position to the lock position.
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※ Be cautious when installing CPU into this socket. Prevent the contact pins of the
socket and the CPU from breaking or bending.
4. Peel off the protective film from the
retention module. This will expose the
adhesive sponge.
5. Face the retention module with the side
of adhesive sponge toward the bottom
side of the motherboard. Align the four
screw holes from the retention module
through the motherboard.
6. Peel off the protecting film that was
originally attached to the bottom of CPU
heatsink. This film prevents the thermal
paste from being touched by anything
but the CPU die, and so it has to be
removed to increase the contact with
the CPU die after having installed the
heatsink.
Forgetting to do so may cause the
CPU over-heated and eventually
ruined!
※ Watch out for the integrity and usability of the thermal paste each time when
re-installing the heatsink. Applying a few drop of thermal paste will help to
increase the contact in between the CPU die and heatsink, especially when
having installed and removed the heatsink for several times.
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7. Carefully place the heatsink onto CPU
socket in the direction of blowing its
airflow toward rear panel.
Use a cross-head screw driver to lock
the four screws around the heatsink.
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8. Lock the screws diagonally in the order
of (1) (2) (3) (4).
Turn the screw halfway down the screw
hole. Do not over-tighten the screw all
the way down into the screw hole one at
a time. Avoid CPU damage caused by
unbalanced forcing.
9. Plug the fan power connector from the
CPU cooler to the “CPUFAN1” connector
on this motherboard.
Now complete the CPU and heatsink
installation.
※ The installation procedures vary with different types of CPU fan-and-heatsink
assembly. The one shown here is served for DEMO only. For detailed information
on how to install the one you bought, refer to its installation guidelines.
※ A higher fan speed will be helpful for better airflow and heat-dissipation.
Nevertheless, stay alert to touch any heatsink since the high temperature
generated by the working system is still possible.
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2.5.2 DDR2 Memory Slots
This motherboard provides two 240-pin DIMM slots for Dual Channel DDR2 667/533 memory
modules with memory expansion size up to 2GB.
※ To reach the optimum performance in dual-channel configurations, install DDR
DIMM pairs at the same density, DRAM technology and bus width for both slots.
To install system memory:
1. Power off the computer and unplug the AC power cord before installing or removing
memory modules.
2. Locate the DIMM slot on the board.
3. Hold two edges of the DIMM module
carefully, keep away of touching its
connectors.
4. Align the notch key on the module with
the rib on the slot.
5. Firmly press the module into the slots
until the ejector tabs at both sides of the slot automatically snaps into the mounting notch.
Do not force the DIMM module in with extra force as the DIMM module only fit in one
direction.
6. To remove the DIMM modules, push the two ejector tabs on the slot outward
simultaneously, and then pull out the DIMM module.
※ Static electricity can damage the electronic components of the computer or
optional boards. Before starting these procedures, ensure that you are
discharged of static electricity by touching a grounded metal object briefly.
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2.6 Connecting Peripheral Devices
2.6.1 Floppy and IDE Disk Drive Connectors
Hardware Setup
The FDC1 connector connects up to two floppy drives with a 34-wire, 2-connector floppy cable.
Connect the single end at the longer length of ribbon cable to the FDC1 on the board, the two
connectors on the other end to the floppy disk drives connector. Generally you need only one
floppy disk drive in your system.
※ The red line on the ribbon cable must be aligned with pin-1 on both the FDC1
port and the floppy connector.
Each of the IDE port connects up to two IDE drives
at Ultra ATA/100 mode by one 40-pin, 80-conductor,
and 3-connector Ultra ATA/66 ribbon cables.
Connect the single end (blue connector) at the
longer length of ribbon cable to the IDE port of this
board, the other two ends (gray and black connector)
at the shorter length of the ribbon cable to the
connectors of your hard drives.
※ Make sure to configure the “Master” and “Slave” relation before connecting two
drives by one single ribbon cable. The red line on the ribbon cable must be
aligned with pin-1 on both the IDE port and the hard-drive connector.
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2.6.2 Serial ATA Connectors
Each SATA connector serves as one single channel to connect one SATA device by a thin SATA
cable.
For more information on how to configure the function mode for SATA, please refer to the item
“On-Chip SATA Controller” in the BIOS menu of “On-Chip IDE Device”.
To connect SATA device:
1. Attach either end of the signal cable to
the SATA connector on motherboard.
Attach the other end to SATA device.
2. Attach the SATA power cable to the
SATA device and connect the other end
from the power supply.
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2.6.3 Additional USB 2.0 Port Headers
Each header supports 2x additional USB 2.0 ports by connecting bracket or cable to the rear I/O
panel or the front-mounted USB ports of your chassis.
Pin Assignment
Pin
Pin Assignment
1
VCC
2
VCC
3
Data0 -
4
Data1 -
5
Data0 +
6
Data1 +
7
Ground
8
Ground
10
NC
※ Make sure the connecting cable bears the same pin assignment.
2.6.4 Additional IEEE1394 Port Header
Each header supports 1x additional IEEE1394 port by connecting bracket or cable to the rear
I/O panel or the front-mounted IEEE1394 port of your chassis.
Pin
Pin Assignment
Pin
Pin Assignment
1
TPA0 +
2
TPA0 -
3
Ground
4
Ground
5
TPB0 +
6
TPB0 -
7
+12V
8
+12V
10
Ground
※ Make sure the connecting cable bears the same pin assignment.
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2.6.5 Internal Audio Connectors
This connector connects to the audio output of internal CD-ROM drive or add-on card.
2.6.6 Front Panel Audio Connection Header
This header provides the front panel connection for HD (High Definition)
Audio, yet for AC’97 Audio CODEC connection, you must carefully check the
pin assignment before connecting from the front panel module. An incorrect
connection may cause malfunction or even damage the motherboard.
※ Please do not connect the “Ground” cable or “USB VCC” cable
from the front panel module to the Pin 4 “AVCC” of this header.
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Pin
Pin Assignment
(HD AUDIO)
Pin
Pin Assignment
(AC’97 AUDIO)
1
MIC2 L
1
MIC In
2
AGND
2
GND
3
MIC2 R
3
MIC Power
4
AVCC
4
NC
5
FRO-R
5
Line Out (R)
6
MIC2_JD
6
NC
7
F_IO_SEN
7
NC
9
FRO-L
9
Line Out (L)
10
LINE2_JD
10
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Driver Configuration for AC’97 audio connection:
The audio driver is originally configured to support HD Audio. For AC’97 audio connection, you
may:
1. Right-click the “Realtek HD Audio
in system tray.
Manager” icon
Hardware Setup
2. Click “Audio I/O” tab, and then
click “Connector Settings”.
3. Click “Disabled front panel
jack detection”, and then click
“OK” to confirm.
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2.6.7 PCI Express X1 Add-on Slot
This slot provides the connection of add-on cards that comply with PCI Express specifications.
2.6.8 PCI Add-on Slots
These slots provide the connection of add-on cards that comply with PCI specifications.
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2.7 Onboard Status Display
2.7.1 Power Source Indicators
These indicators work as a reminding device to display the power status of this motherboard
with power source connected.
5VSB: This LED lights up when the power supply is connected with power source.
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VCC: This LED lights up when the system power is on.
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2.8 Connecting Rear I/O Devices
The rear I/O part of this motherboard provides the following I/O ports:
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VGA1: Connects to monitor input.
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Mouse: Connects to PS/2 mouse.
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Keyboard: Connects to PS/2 keyboard.
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HDMI1: Connects to multimedia devices of HDMI protocol.
Connect your HDMI device from this connector only with an HDMI-to-HDMI cable. DO
NOT connect with an HDMI-to-DVI cable.
For more information on HDMI configuration, refer to the BIOS Setup Menu in “Advanced
Chipset Features” and the “Tips on HDMI application” in the chapter of “Intel Graphics
Media Accelerator Driver” installation.
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OPT-IN1: This connector provides an S/PDIF-In connection through optical fiber to digital
multimedia devices.
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OPT-OUT1: This connector provides an S/PDIF-Out connection through optical fiber to
digital multimedia devices.
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AUDIO1:
S.L./S.R. (Surround Left / Surround Right): Connects to the surround left and
surround right channel in the 7.1 channel audio system.
Cen./Sub. (Center / Subwoofer): Connects to the center and subwoofer channel in the
7.1 channel audio system.
R.L./R.R. (Rear Left / Rear Right): Connects to the rear left and rear right channel in
the 7.1 channel audio system.
Line-In: Connects to the line out from external audio sources.
Line-Out: Connects to the front left and front right channel in the 7.1-channel or regular
2-channel audio system.
Mic-In: Connects to the plug from external microphone.
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IEEE1394: Connects to devices of IEEE1394 protocol
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LAN1: Connects to Local Area Network.
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USB1/USB2: Connects to USB devices such as scanner, digital speakers, monitor, mouse,
keyboard, hub, digital camera, joystick etc.
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3. BIOS Setup
This motherboard provides a programmable EEPROM that you can update the BIOS utility. The
BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) is a program that deals with the basic level of
communication between processor and peripherals. Use the BIOS Setup program only when
installing motherboard, reconfiguring system, or prompted to “Run Setup”. This chapter
explains the Setup Utility of BIOS utility.
After powering up the system, the BIOS message appears on the screen, the memory count
begins, and then the following message appears on the screen:
PRESS DEL TO ENTER SETUP
If this message disappears before you respond, restart the system by pressing <Ctrl> + <Alt>
+ <Del> keys, or by pressing the Reset button on computer chassis. Only when it failed by
these two methods can you restart the system by powering it off and then back on.
After pressing <Del> key, the main menu screen appears.
Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
► PC Health Status
► Advanced BIOS Features
Load Fail-Safe Defaults
► Advanced Chipset Features
Load Optimized Defaults
► Integrated Peripherals
Set Password
► Power Management Setup
Save & Exit Setup
► PnP/PCI Configurations
Exit Without Saving
Esc: Quit
F10: Save & Exit Setup
BIOS Setup
► Standard CMOS Features
: Select Item
(945GT-W627EHG-6A79KA1AC-00)
Time, Date, Hard Disk Type...
※ In order to increase system stability and performance, our engineering staff is
constantly improving the BIOS menu. The BIOS setup screens and descriptions
illustrated in this manual are for your reference only, and may not completely
match with what you see on your screen.
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3.1 Standard CMOS Features
Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Standard CMOS Features
Date (mm:dd:yy)
Time (hh:mm:ss)
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IDE
IDE
IDE
IDE
IDE
IDE
IDE
IDE
Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
Master
Slave
Master
Slave
Master
Slave
Master
Slave
Drive A
Drive B
Floppy 3 Mode Support
Halt On
Base Memory
Extended Memory
Total Memory
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None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
1.44M, 3.5 in.
None
Disabled
All, But keyboard
640K
1047552K
1047552K
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Date (mm:dd:yy)
This item sets the date you specify (usually the current date) in the format of [Month], [Date],
and [Year].
Time (hh:mm:ss)
This item sets the time you specify (usually the current time) in the format of [Hour], [Minute],
and [Second].
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IDE Channel 1 Master/Slave, IDE Channel 2 Master/Slave, IDE
Channel 3 Master/Slave, IDE Channel 4 Master/Slave
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
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IDE Channel 1 Master
IDE HDD Auto-Detection
Press Enter
IDE Channel 1 Master
Access Mode
Auto
Auto
Capacity
0 MB
Cylinder
Head
Precomp
Landing Zone
Sector
0
0
0
0
0
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F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
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※ The items “IDE Channel 3 Master/Slave” and “IDE Channel 4 Master/Slave”
appear only when the item “On-Chip SATA Controller” in the “On-Chip IDE
Device” menu is set to [Enhanced Mode].
IDE HDD Auto-Detection
This item allows you to detect the parameters of IDE drives by pressing <Enter> key. The
parameters will be shown on the screen automatically.
IDE Channel 1 Master/Slave, IDE Channel 2 Master/Slave, Extended IDE Drive
When set to [Auto], the BIOS will automatically check what kind of IDE drive you are using. If
you want to define your own drive by yourself, set it to [Manual] and make sure you fully
understand the meaning of the parameters. Please refer to the instruction manual provided by
the device’s manufacturer to get the setting right.
Access Mode
This item selects the mode to access your IDE devices. Leave this item to its default [Auto]
setting to detect the access mode of your HDD automatically.
Capacity
This item displays the approximate capacity of the disk drive. Usually the size is slightly greater
than the size of a formatted disk given by a disk-checking program.
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BIOS Setup
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Cylinder
This item configures the numbers of cylinders.
Head
This item configures the numbers of read/write heads.
Precomp
This item displays the number of cylinders at which to change the write timing.
Landing Zone
This item displays the number of cylinders specified as the landing zone for the read/write
heads.
Sector
This item configures the numbers of sectors per track.
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Drive A & Drive B
This item sets the type of floppy drives (usually only Drive A) installed.
Floppy 3 Mode Support
This item allows you to use “3 Mode Floppy Drive” in Japanese computer systems by selecting
drive A, B, or both. Leave this item to its default [Disabled] setting if you are not using this
Japanese standard floppy drive.
Halt On
This item determines whether the system stops if an error is detected during system boot-up.
[All Errors]: The system-boot will stop whenever the BIOS detect a non-fatal error.
[No Errors]: The system-boot will not stop for any error detected.
[All, But Keyboard]: The system-boot will stop for all errors except a keyboard error.
[All, But Diskette]: The system-boot will stop for all errors except a diskette error.
[All, But Disk/Key]: The system-boot will stop for all errors except a diskette or keyboard
error.
Base Memory
This item displays the amount of base memory installed in the system. The value of the base
memory is typically 640K for system with 640K or more memory size installed on the
motherboard.
Extended Memory
This item displays the amount of extended memory detected during system boot-up.
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Total Memory
This item displays the total memory available in the system.
BIOS Setup
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3.2 Advanced BIOS Features
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Advanced BIOS Features
Quick Power on Self Test
► CPU Feature
► Hard Disk Boot Priority
First Boot Device
Second Boot Device
Third Boot Device
Boot Other Device
Boot Up Floppy Seek
Boot Up NumLock Status
Security Option
MPS Version Ctrl For OS
Delay IDE Initial (Secs)
Full Screen Logo Show
Disable Unused PCI Clock
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Enabled
Press Enter
Press Enter
Floppy
Hard Disk
IDE CDROM
Enabled
Disabled
On
Setup
1.4
0
Enabled
Yes
Item Help
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Quick Power On Self Test
When set to [Enabled], this item speeds up the Power On Self Test (POST) after powering on
the system. The BIOS shorten or skip some check during the POST.
CPU Feature
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
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Advanced BIOS Features
C1E Function
Execute Disable Bit
EIST Function
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Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
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C1E Function
This item appears only for certain processors with the C1E (Enhanced Halt State) Function.
When set to [Enabled], the processor will further reduce the total power consumption.
Execute Disable Bit
This item appears only for certain processors with the Execute Disable Bit (XD bit) feature.
When set to [Enabled], this item allows the processor to prevent data pages from being used
by malicious software to execute code and provide memory protection.
EIST Function
This item appears only for certain processors with the EIST (Enhanced Intel SpeedStep
Technology) Function. When set to [Enabled], EIST will dynamically switch between multiple
frequency and voltage points to optimize the power and performance balance of the processor
and system based on demand.
Back to Advanced BIOS Features Setup Menu
Hard Disk Boot Priority
This item selects the hard disks booting priority. By pressing <Enter> key, you can enter its
submenu where the hard disks detected can be selected for the booting sequence to boot up
system.
First Boot Device / Second Boot Device / Third Boot Device / Boot Other Device
Select the drive to boot first, second and third in the [First Boot Device], [Second Boot Device],
and [Third Boot Device] items respectively. The BIOS will boot the operating system according
to the sequence of the drive selected. Set [Boot Other Device] to [Enabled] if you wish to boot
from another device other than these three items.
Boot Up Floppy Seek
When set to [Enabled], the BIOS will check whether the floppy disk drive is installed or not.
Boot Up NumLock Status
This item determines the default state of the numeric keypad at system booting up.
[On]: The numeric keypad functions as number keys.
[Off]: The numeric keypad functions as arrow keys.
Security Option
This item determines when the system will prompt for password - every time the system boots
or only when enters the BIOS setup.
[Setup]: The password is required only when accessing the BIOS Setup.
[System]: The password is required each time the computer boots up.
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BIOS Setup
This item functions only when there is the option of [Hard Disk] in any one of the
First/Second/Third Boot Device items.
※ Don’t forget your password. If you forget the password, you will have to open
the computer case and clear all information in the CMOS before you can start up
the system. But by doing this, you will have to reset all previously set options.
MPS Version Ctrl For OS
This item specifies which version of MPS (Multi-Processor Specification) this motherboard will
use. Leave this item to its default setting.
Delay IDE Initial (Secs)
This item allows the BIOS to support some old or special IDE devices by prolonging this delay
time. A larger value will give more delay time to the device for which to initialize and to prepare
for activation.
Full Screen LOGO Show
This item determines to show the full screen logo when booting.
Disable Unused PCI Clock
This option disables the clock of PCI slot that is not in use.
[Yes]: The system automatically detect the unused DIMM and PCI slots, and stop sending
clock signal to these unused PCI slots.
[No]: The system always send clock signal to all PCI slots.
※ Set this option to [No] setting if there are adapters that cannot be automatically
detected by the system and will cause malfunction.
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3.3 Advanced Chipset Features
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Advanced Chipset Features
X
X
X
X
X
►
DRAM Timing Selectable
- CAS Latency Time
(tCL)
- RAS# to CAS# Delay (tRCD)
- RAS# Precharge
(tRP)
- Precharge Delay
(tRAS)
- System Memory Frequency
PCI Express Root Port Func
Init Display First
HDMI Port Display
By SPD
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Press Enter
PCI Slot
DVI
** VGA Setting **
Frame Buffer Size
DVMT Mode
DVMT/FIXED Memory Size
8MB
DVMT
128MB
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F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
This item sets the optimal timings for the following four items, depending on the memory
module you are using. The default setting “By SPD” configures these four items by reading the
contents in the SPD (Serial Presence Detect) device. The EEPROM on the memory module
stores critical parameter information about the module, such as memory type, size, speed,
voltage interface, and module banks.
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CAS Latency Time (tCL)
This item controls the latency between the DRAM read command and the time that the data
becomes actually available.
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RAS# to CAS# Delay (tRCD)
This item controls the latency between the DRAM active command and the read/write
command.
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RAS# Precharge (tRP)
This item controls the idle clocks after issuing a precharge command to the DRAM.
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Precharge Delay (tRAS)
This item controls the number of DRAM clocks used for the DRAM parameters.
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System Memory Frequency
This item selects the DRAM speed.
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DRAM Timing Selectable
PCI Express Root Port Func
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
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PCI Express Root Port Func
PCI Express Slot 1
PCIe Compliancy Mode
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Auto
v1.0a
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PCI Express Slot 1
This option enables or disables the PCI Express port function.
PCIe Compliancy Mode
This item selects the mode for PCI Express add-on card.
Back to Advanced Chipset Features Setup Menu
Init Display First
This item selects the primary boot device.
HDMI Port Display
This item selects the type of display device connected through the “HDMI Port” on this
motherboard.
[DVI]: Select this option if you are connecting a non-HDMI monitor through the “HDMI Port”
on this motherboard. This is the default setting.
[Normal]: Select this option if you are connecting HDMI digital display through the “HDMI
Port” on this motherboard.
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An unmatched configuration will cause the display device abnormal. For example, an HDMI
digital device connected to “HDMI Port” under the [DVI] selection will have no sound on the
digital display, whereas a non-HDMI monitor connected to “HDMI Port” under the [Normal]
selection will cause the screen flickering. Select the correct one for your display device.
Frame Buffer Size
This item selects the size of memory pre-allocated for frame buffer.
DVMT Mode
This item selects the mode of graphics memory that the system will support.
DVMT/FIXED Memory Size
This item selects the size of graphics memory that the system will support.
BIOS Setup
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3.4 Integrated Peripherals
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Integrated Peripherals
►
►
►
►
On-Chip IDE Device
On-Chip PCI Device
Super-IO Device
Onboard PCI Device
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Press
Press
Press
Press
Enter
Enter
Enter
Enter
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On-Chip IDE Device
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
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On-Chip IDE Device
IDE Bus Master
On-Chip IDE-1 Controller
Enabled
Enabled
Item Help
*** On-Chip Serial ATA Setting ***
IDE
X On-Chip SATA Mode
Enabled
X - SATA RAID ROM
On-Chip SATA Controller
Auto
IDE-1
X - PATA IDE Mode
*** IDE Channel Configuration ***
IDE Channel 1 Master
Auto
IDE Channel 1 Slave
Auto
IDE Channel 2 Master
Auto
IDE Channel 2 Slave
Auto
IDE Channel 3 Master
Auto
IDE Channel 3 Slave
Auto
IDE Channel 4 Master
Auto
IDE Channel 4 Slave
Auto
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IDE Bus Master
This option enables or disables the IDE bus mastering capability under the DOS environment.
On-Chip IDE-1 Controller
This item selects whether to enable or disable the IDE-1 controller.
On-Chip SATA Mode
This item determines the mode for on-chip Serial ATA.
[IDE]: The on-chip Serial ATA served as IDE mode.
[RAID]: The on-chip Serial ATA served as RAID mode.
[AHCI]: The on-chip Serial ATA served as AHCI (Advanced Host Controller Interface) mode for
advanced performance and usability.
※ In the “Intel Matrix Storage Manager Option ROM” utility for the [RAID] mode
configuration, the physical disk “Port Ø” indicates connector “SATA1”, whereas
“Port 2” indicates connector “SATA2”.
※ The [RAID] option is only available when the item “On-Chip SATA Controller” is
set to [Enhanced Mode].
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SATA RAID ROM
BIOS Setup
This item allows you to use the boot ROM of on-chip Serial ATA RAID to boot up system.
On-Chip SATA Controller
This item determines the function for on-chip Serial ATA.
[Disabled]: Disable the Serial ATA controller.
[Auto]: Allows the Serial ATA controller to be arranged by BIOS automatically.
[Combined Mode]: Parallel ATA and Serial ATA are combined together. Supports up to 4 IDE
drives.
[Enhanced Mode]: Enable both Parallel ATA and Serial ATA. Supports up to 4 IDE drives.
[SATA Only]: The SATA is operating in legacy mode.
※ This option is configurable only when the item [On-Chip SATA Mode] is set to
[IDE].
Mode
IDE Channel IDE Channel IDE Channel IDE Channel IDE Channel IDE Channel
1 Master
1 Slave
2 Master
2 Slave
3 Master
3 Slave
Enhanced
IDE Master
IDE Slave
None
None
SATA1
SATA2
Combined *1
IDE Master
IDE Slave
None
None
None
None
Combined *2
SATA1
SATA2
IDE Master
IDE Slave
None
None
SATA Only
SATA1
SATA2
None
None
None
None
*1: When [PATA IDE Mode] functions as IDE-1.
*2: When [PATA IDE Mode] functions as IDE-2.
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※ The option [Enhanced Mode] does not support the Windows 98/ME operating
system.
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PATA IDE Mode
This item determines the function mode for “IDE1”connector.
[IDE-1]: “IDE1” connector served as [Primary Master] and [Primary Slave] channel. The
remaining “SATA1” and “SATA2” connectors are disabled.
[IDE-2]: “IDE1” connector served as [Secondary Master] and [Secondary Slave] channel.
“SATA1” and “SATA2” connector served as [Primary Master] and [Primary Slave] channel.
Refer to the following table for the relationships between IDE and SATA ports.
PATA IDE
Mode
IDE Channel 1
Master
IDE Channel 1
Slave
IDE Channel 2
Master
IDE Channel 2
Slave
IDE-1
IDE Master
IDE Slave
None
None
IDE-2
SATA1
SATA2
IDE Master
IDE Slave
※ This option is configurable only when the item [On-Chip SATA Controller] is set
to [Combined Mode].
On-Chip PCI Device
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
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On-Chip PCI Device
On-Chip USB Controller
- USB 2.0 Controller
- USB Keyboard Support via
- USB Mouse Support via
On-Chip Audio Controller
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Enabled
Enabled
OS
OS
Enabled
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On-Chip USB Controller
This option enables or disables the USB controller.
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USB 2.0 Controller
This option enables or disables the USB 2.0 controller.
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USB Keyboard Support via
Select [BIOS] (the default setting) for the legacy operating system (such as DOS) that does
not support USB keyboard.
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USB Mouse Support via
Select [BIOS] (the default setting) for the legacy operating system (such as DOS) that does
not support USB mouse.
On-Chip Audio Controller
This option enables or disables the audio controller.
Super-IO Device
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
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Super-IO Device
Floppy Disk Controller
Enabled
Item Help
BIOS Setup
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F7: Optimized Defaults
Floppy Disk Controller
This option enables or disables the floppy disk controller.
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Onboard PCI Device
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
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Onboard PCI Device
IEEE 1394 Controller
Network Controller
- Invoke Boot Agent
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Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
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F7: Optimized Defaults
IEEE 1394 Controller
This option enables or disables the IEEE 1394 controller.
Network Controller
This option enables or disables the LAN controller.
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Invoke Boot Agent
This item allows you to use the boot ROM (instead of a disk drive) to boot up the system and
access the local area network directly.
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3.5 Power Management Setup
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Power Management Setup
X
X
X
X
ACPI Suspend Type
- Resume by USB From S3
Power Button Function
CPU THRM-Throttling
Wake Up by PME# of PCI
Wake Up by WAKE# of PCIe
Wake Up by Onboard LAN
Wake Up by Onboard 1394
Wake Up by Alarm
- Date(of month) Alarm
- Time(hh:mm:ss) Alarm
Power On Function
- KB Power On Password
- Hot Key Power On
Restore On AC Power Loss
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S3(Suspend To RAM)
Enabled
Instant-Off
50.0%
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
0
0 : 0 : 0
Button Only
Enter
Ctrl-F1
Power Off
Item Help
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BIOS Setup
ACPI Suspend Type
This item selects the type of Suspend mode.
[S1(PowerOn Suspend)]: Enables the Power On Suspend function.
[S3(Suspend To RAM)]: Enables the Suspend to RAM function.
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Resume by USB From S3
When set to [Enabled], this item allows you to use a USB device to wake up a system that is in
the S3 (STR - Suspend To RAM) state. This item can be configured only if the item “ACPI
Suspend Type” is set to [S3(STR)].
Power Button Function
This item selects the method of powering off your system:
[Delay 4 Sec.]: Pushing the power button for more than 4 seconds will power off the system.
This will prevent the system from powering off in case you accidentally hit or pushed the power
button.
[Instant-Off]: Pressing and then releasing the power button at once will immediately power
off the system.
Wake Up by PME# of PCI
When set to [Enabled], access through the add-on PCI card can remotely wake up the system
that was in Soft-Off condition. The PCI card must support the wake up function.
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Wake Up by Wake# of PCIe
When set to [Enabled], access through the add-on PCI Express card can remotely wake up the
system that was in Soft-Off condition. The PCI Express card must support the wake up function.
Wake Up by Onboard LAN
When set to [Enabled], access through the onboard LAN port can remotely wake up the system
that was in Soft-Off condition.
Wake Up by Onboard 1394
When set to [Enabled], access through the onboard IEEE 1394 device can remotely wake up
the system that was in Soft-Off condition.
Wake Up by Alarm
When set to [Enabled], you can set the date and time you would like the Soft-Off PC to
power-on in the “Date (of Month) Alarm” and “Time (hh:mm:ss) Alarm” items. However,
if the system is being accessed by incoming calls or the network (Resume On Ring/LAN) prior to
the date and time set in these items, the system will give priority to the incoming calls or
network instead.
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Date (of Month) Alarm
[0]: This option power-on the system everyday according to the time set in the “Time
(hh:mm:ss) Alarm” item.
[1-31]: This option selects a date you would like the system to power-on. The system will
power-on on the date set, and the time set in the “Time (hh:mm:ss) Alarm” item.
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Time (hh:mm:ss) Alarm
This item sets the time you would like the system to power-on.
Power On Function
This item selects the way you want your system to power on.
[Password]: Use a password to power on the system, select this option then press <Enter>.
Enter your password. You can enter up to 5 characters. Type in exactly the same password to
confirm, and then press <Enter>.
[Hot KEY]: Use any of the function keys between <F1> to <F12> to power on the system.
[Mouse Left]: Double click the mouse left button to power on the system.
[Mouse Right]: Double click the mouse right button to power on the system.
[Any KEY]: Use any keyboard keys to power on the system.
[Button Only]: Use only the power button to power on the system.
[Keyboard 98]: Use the power-on button on the “Keyboard 98” compatible keyboard to power
on the system.
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※ The mouse wake up function can only be used with the PS/2 mouse, not with
the COM port or USB type. Some PS/2 mice cannot wake up the system because
of compatible problems. If the specs of your keyboard are too old, it may fail to
power on.
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KB Power On Password
This item sets the password required in order to power on your computer.
※ Do not forget your password, or you will have to clear the CMOS and reset all
parameters in order to utilize this function again.
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Hot Key Power On
This item powers on the system by pressing <Ctrl> key plus one of each function key (<F1> ~
<F12>) simultaneously.
Restore On AC Power Loss
This item selects the system action after an AC power failure.
[Power Off]: When power returns after an AC power failure, the system’s power remains off.
You must press the Power button to power-on the system.
[Power On]: When power returns after an AC power failure, the system’s power will be
powered on automatically.
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[Last State]: When power returns after an AC power failure, the system will return to the
state where you left off before power failure occurs. If the system’s power is off when AC
power failure occurs, it will remain off when power returns. If the system’s power is on when
AC power failure occurs, the system will power-on when power returns.
3.6 PnP/PCI Configurations
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PnP/PCI Configurations
Resources Controlled By
X - IRQ Resources
PCI/VGA Pallete Snoop
PCI Latency Timer(CLK)
Auto
Press Enter
Item Help
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** PCI Express relative items **
Maximum Payload Size
4096
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Resources Controlled By
This item configures all of the boot and Plug-and-Play compatible devices.
[Auto]: The system will automatically detect the settings.
[Manual]: Choose the specific IRQ resources in the “IRQ Resources” menu.
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IRQ Resources
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
This item sets each system interrupt to either [PCI Device] or [Reserved].
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IRQ Resources
IRQ-3
IRQ-4
IRQ-5
IRQ-7
IRQ-10
IRQ-11
assigned
assigned
assigned
assigned
assigned
assigned
to
to
to
to
to
to
Item Help
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PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
This item determines whether the MPEG ISA/VESA VGA cards can work with PCI/VGA or not.
[Enabled]: MPEG ISA/VESA VGA cards work with PCI/VGA.
[Disabled]: MPEG ISA/VESA VGA cards do not work with PCI/VGA.
PCI Latency Timer (CLK)
This item controls how long each PCI device can hold the bus before another takes over. When
set to higher values, every PCI device can conduct transactions for a longer time and thus
improve the effective PCI bandwidth. For better PCI performance, you should set the item to
higher values.
Maximum Payload Size
This item sets the maximum TLP payload size for the PCI Express devices.
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BIOS Setup
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Reserved
PCI Device
PCI Device
PCI Device
PCI Device
PCI Device
3.7 PC Health Status
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PC Health Status
► ABIT FanEQ Control
Press Enter
Item Help
FAN Fail Alarm Selectable
Disabled
Shutdown When FAN Fail
Disabled
CPU Shutdown Temperature
Disabled
CPU Warning Temperature
85°C/ 185°F
CPU Temperature
35°C/ 95°F
System Temperature
32°C/ 89°F
PWM Temperature
35°C/ 95°F
CPU FAN Speed
3245 RPM
SYS FAN Speed
4218 RPM
AUX1 FAN Speed
0 RPM
AUX2 FAN Speed
0 RPM
CPU Core Voltage
1.25V
DDR2 Voltage
1.88V
DDR2 VTT Voltage
0.93V
PCIe Voltage
1.75V
ATX +12V
11.98V
ATX +5V
5.20V
ATX +3.3V
3.29V
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F7: Optimized Defaults
ABIT FanEQ Control
This item determines the temperature threshold to raise the fan attached at CPU and SYS fan
headers up to their full speed.
Click <Enter> key to enter its submenu:
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ABIT FanEQ Control
CPU FanEQ ontrol
- FanEQ Target Temp.
- FanEQ Temp. Tolerance
- FanEQ Start Control
- FanEQ Stop Control
SYS FanEQ Control
- FanEQ Target Temp.
- FanEQ Temp. Tolerance
- FanEQ Start Control
- FanEQ Stop Control
:Move Enter:Select
F5: Previous Values
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50°C/122°F
5°C/ 41°F
80%
50%
Enabled
35°C/ 95°F
5°C/ 41°F
70%
50%
Item Help
+/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help
F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
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CPU FanEQ Control
This item allows you to control the CPUFAN speed. When set to [Enabled], the following items
become selectable.
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FanEQ Target Temp.
This item sets the temperature mark for the “CPU FanEQ” function to take effect.
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FanEQ Temp. Tolerance
This item sets the temperature tolerance range for the item “FanEQ Target Temp.”.
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FanEQ Start Control
This item sets the speed ratio for the 3-pin CPU fan assembly connected at “CPUFAN1” fan
power connector to start running.
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FanEQ Stop Control
This item sets the lowest speed ratio for the 3-pin CPU fan assembly connected at “CPUFAN1”
fan power connector to run at when the CPU temperature detected is lower than the value of
item “FanEQ Target Temp.” plus the value of item “FanEQ Temp. Tolerance”.
SYS FanEQ Control
This item allows you to control the SYSFAN speed. When set to [Enabled], the following items
become selectable.
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FanEQ Target Temp.
This item sets the temperature mark for the “SYS FanEQ” function to take effect.
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FanEQ Temp. Tolerance
This item sets the temperature tolerance range for the item “FanEQ Target Temp.”.
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FanEQ Start Control
This item sets the speed ratio for the 3-pin fan assembly connected at “SYSFAN1” fan power
connector to start running.
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FanEQ Stop Control
This item sets the lowest speed ratio for the 3-pin fan assembly connected at “SYSFAN1” fan
power connector to run at when the temperature of “FanEQ Reference Temp.” detected is
lower than the value of item “FanEQ Target Temp.” plus the value of item “FanEQ Temp.
Tolerance”.
In the situation when the temperature of “FanEQ Reference Temp.” detected is higher than the
value of item “FanEQ Target Temp.” plus the value of item “FanEQ Temp. Tolerance”, the
speed ratio for the 3-pin fan assembly connected at “SYSFAN1” fan power connector will first
run at the speed ratio set by the item “FanEQ Start Control”, and then up to 100%.
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In the situation when the CPU temperature detected is higher than the value of item “FanEQ
Target Temp.” plus the value of item “FanEQ Temp. Tolerance”, the speed ratio for the 3-pin
CPU fan assembly connected at “CPUFAN1” fan power connector will first run at the speed ratio
set by the item “FanEQ Start Control”, and then up to 100%.
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FAN Fail Alarm Selectable
This item selects the fan that will be monitored for malfunction.
Shutdown When FAN Fail
When set to [Enabled], the system will be shut down if the CPU fan is not running.
CPU Shutdown Temperature
This item sets the temperature that will shutdown the system automatically in order to prevent
system overheats.
CPU Warning Temperature
This item selects the CPU’s warning temperature limit. Once the system has detected that the
CPU’s temperature exceeded the limit, warning beeps will sound.
All Voltages, Fans Speed and Thermal Monitoring
These unchangeable items list the current status of the CPU and environment temperatures, fan
speeds, and system power voltage.
3.8 Load Fail-Safe Defaults
This option loads the BIOS default values for the most stable, minimal-performance system
operations.
3.9 Load Optimized Defaults
This option loads the BIOS default values that are factory settings for optimal-performance
system operations.
3.10 Set Password
This option protects the BIOS configuration or restricts access to the computer itself.
3.11 Save & Exit Setup
This option saves your selections and exits the BIOS setup menu.
3.12 Exit Without Saving
This option exits the BIOS setup menu without saving any changes.
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4. Driver & Utility CD
The “Driver & Utility CD” that came packed with this motherboard contains drivers, utilities and
software applications required for its basic and advanced features.
Place the “Driver & Utility CD” into the CD-ROM drive in your system. The following installation
auto-run screen appears. If not, browse the root directory of the CD-ROM via the File Manager,
and double click the “AUTORUN” file.
[Drivers]: Click to enter the driver installation menu.
※ The “Intel Viiv Software Driver” and “Intel Quick Resume Technology Driver” are
only necessary for WinXP MCE version.
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[Manual]: Click to enter the user’s manual menu.
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[Utility]: Click to enter the utilities installation menu.
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[ABIT Utility]: Click to enter the installation menu of utilities exclusively developed by
ABIT.
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Close]: Click to exit this installation menu.
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4.1 Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility
This utility installs Windows [INF] files to the target system. These files outline to the operating
system how to configure the Intel chipset components in order to ensure all the features
function properly.
To install this utility:
1.
Click on the [Drivers] tab in the installation menu screen.
2.
Click the [Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility] item. The installation screen appears:
3.
Follow the prompts on the screen to complete installation.
4.
Restart the system for the driver to take effect.
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4.2 Intel Matrix Storage Technology Driver
This driver provides functionality for the on-chip SATA Controller.
※ This driver installation is necessary for connectors SATA1~SATA2 only when
after having enabled the RAID function in the BIOS setup menu.
The path to enable the RAID function in the BIOS setup menu is: Integrated
PeripheralsOnChip IDE DeviceSATA ModeSelect “RAID”.
To install this driver:
Click on the [Drivers] tab in the installation menu screen.
2.
Click the [Intel Matrix Storage Technology Driver] item. The following screen appears:
3.
Follow the prompts on the screen to complete installation.
4.
Restart the system for the driver to take effect.
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4.3 Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver
This driver provides functionality for the on-chip Graphics Controller.
To install this driver:
1.
Click on the [Drivers] tab in the installation menu screen.
2.
Click the [Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver] item. The installation screen appears:
3.
Follow the prompts on the screen to complete installation.
4.
Restart the system for the driver to take effect.
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4.3.1 Tips on HDMI application
1.
Connects to your HDMI device from the connector “HDMI1” only with an
HDMI-to-HDMI cable. DO NOT connect with an HDMI-to-DVI cable.
2.
Connect your HDMI digital
device to port “HDMI1” located
at the rear I/O panel of this
motherboard.
3.
Select the type of display
device. For “HDMI” connection,
you will have to configure the
BIOS parameter:
(1) Enter the BIOS Setup
Menu:
“Advanced
Chipset Features” “HDMI Port Display”.
(2) Change the option from the
default [DVI] to [Normal].
4.
After completed the driver
installation of “Intel Graphics
Media Accelerator”, if there
is no graphics output when
restarting the system, try enter
Hot Keys <Ctrl> + <Alt> +
<F1> simultaneously to regain.
5.
For the application of HDMI
digital device:
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(1) Check to see if the screen
resolution in the [Display
Properties] is limited to
“720 x 480” or lower than
the one of your HDMI
digital device.
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(2) If it does, uncheck the
item “Hide modes that
this
monitor
cannot
display” in the “Monitor
settings” via the path:
[Control Panel] [Display
Properties] [Settings] [Advanced] [Monitor].
(3) Now you can raise the
screen resolution from the
[Display Properties] to the
one of your HDMI digital
device.
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Also, please remember that you
will have to re-configure the
“Display Device” every time
after
disconnecting
HDMI
cable.
For example: If you pull out the
HDMI cable from the HDMI
port, no matter when the
system power is on or off, and
then plug it back in the same
HDMI port, you must enter Hot
Keys <Ctrl> + <Alt> + <F4>
simultaneously to regain the
video output for digital display.
The “Hot Keys” combinations
for video output selections are:
(1) <Ctrl> + <Alt> + <F1>
for enabling monitor.
(2) <Ctrl> + <Alt> + <F4>
for enabling digital display.
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You may find the default “Hot
Keys” combination via the path:
[Control Panel] [Display
Properties] [Settings] [Advanced]
[Intel(R)
Graphics Media Accelerator
Drive for Mobile] [Graphics
Properties…].
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4.4 Realtek Audio Driver
This driver provides functionality for the onboard High Definition Audio Codec.
To install this driver:
1.
Click on the [Drivers] tab in the installation menu screen.
2.
Click the [Audio Driver] item. The installation screen appears:
3.
Follow the prompts on the screen to complete installation.
4.
Restart the system for the driver to take effect.
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4.5 Intel PRO Network Connections Driver
This driver provides functionality for the onboard Intel Gigabit Network Controller.
To install this driver:
Click on the [Drivers] tab in the installation menu screen.
2.
Click the [LAN Driver] item. The installation screen appears:
3.
Follow the prompts on the screen to complete installation.
4.
Restart the system for the driver to take effect.
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4.6 USB 2.0 Driver
※ There is no need to install this driver for Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4,
Windows XP with Service Pack 1, or their later version.
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4.7 Intel SATA Driver Disk Maker
This procedure is necessary if you want to install operating system to a RAID configuration
connected among “SATA1~SATA2” connectors:
1.
Prepare a 3.5” floppy disk drive and connect it to “FDC1” connector on this motherboard.
2.
Start install operating system.
3.
Insert this driver disk into floppy disk drive when the screen instruction prompts you to
install a third-party SCSI or RAID driver.
4.
Press <F6> key, and then follow the screen instruction to complete the installation.
To create a driver disk:
1.
Click on the [Utility] tab in the installation menu screen.
2.
Click the [Intel SATA Driver Disk Maker] item. The installation screen appears:
Insert one blank floppy disk to the selected floppy drive and click [Build].
3.
Click [OK] to finish building the SATA Driver Disk.
4.
Click [Exit] to exit the Floppy Disk Generator.
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4.8 ABIT EQ (The Hardware Doctor Utility)
ABIT EQ is a self-diagnostic system for PC based on motherboards designed and manufactured
by ABIT Computer Corporation. It will protect PC Hardware by monitoring critical items of
Power Supply Voltage, CPU & System Fans Speed, and CPU & System Temperature.
To install this utility:
Click on the [ABIT Utility] tab in the installation menu screen.
2.
Click the [ABIT EQ] item. The installation screen appears:
3.
Follow the prompts on the screen to complete installation.
4.
Restart the system for the driver to take effect.
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5.
Execute the ABIT EQ by entering the Windows Menu [Start] [All Programs] [ABIT]
[ABIT EQ].
6.
ABIT EQ shows you the status of Voltage, Fan Speed, and Temperature readings as well.
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4.9 FlashMenu (BIOS Update Utility)
ABIT FlashMenu is the most stable Windows-based BIOS flash available. No more worries from
crashing. With one click of BIOS updating, ABIT users can flash their BIOS more easily and in
less time.
To install this utility:
Click on the [ABIT Utility] tab in the installation menu screen.
2.
Click the [FlashMenu] item under the [ABIT Utility] tab. The following screen appears:
3.
Follow the prompts on the screen to complete installation.
4.
Restart the system for the driver to take effect.
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5. Appendix
5.1 Troubleshooting (How to Get Technical Support?)
5.1.1 Q & A
Q: Do I need to clear the CMOS before I use a new motherboard to assemble my
new computer system?
A: Yes, we highly recommend that you clear the CMOS before installing a new motherboard.
Please move the CMOS jumper from its default 1-2 position to 2-3 for a few seconds, and
then back. When you boot up your system for the first time, follow the instructions in the
user's manual to load the optimized defaults.
Q: If my system hangs when I update the BIOS or set the wrong CPU parameters,
what should I do?
A: Whenever you update the BIOS or if the system hangs due to wrong CPU parameters
setting, always clear CMOS jumper before booting up again.
Q: Why does the system fail to boot up again right after a mechanical power-off?
A: Please keep a 30-second interval between each mechanical power On/Off.
Q: Why does the system fail to boot up and nothing displays on the screen after I
did some over-clocking or non-standard settings inside the BIOS?
A: It should not cause hardware or permanent damage to motherboard when BIOS settings
were changed from default to over-clocking or non-standard status.
We suggest the following three troubleshooting methods to discharge CMOS data, recover
the hardware default status, and then making the motherboard work again. There is no
need to bother returning the motherboard to where you bought it from or go through an
RMA process.
Step 1.Switch off the power supply unit and then switch it on again after one minute. If
there is no power-switch on the power supply unit, disconnect its power cord for
one minute and then reconnect.
Press and hold the <Insert> key on the keyboard, and press the power-on button
to boot up system. If it works, release the <Insert> key and hit <Del> key to enter
the BIOS setup page to apply the correct settings.
If the situation remains the same, repeat the procedures in Step 1 for three times,
or try Step 2.
Step 2.Switch off the power supply unit or disconnect the power cord. Open the chassis
cover. Locate the CCMOS jumper near the button battery. Change the jumper
position from default 1-2 to 2-3 for one minute to discharge the CMOS data, and
then put it back to default 1-2 position.
If the situation remains the same, try Step 3.
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Close the chassis and switch on the power supply unit or plug in the power cord.
Press the power-on button to boot up system. If it works, hit <Del> key to enter
the BIOS setup page to do the correct settings.
Step 3.The same procedure as Step 2, but while discharging the CMOS data, pull out the
ATX power connectors from motherboard and remove the button battery during
CMOS discharge.
Q: How to get a quick response for my request on technical support?
A: Please carry out a simple troubleshooting before sending “Technical Support Form”:
System boot-up fails after the system had been assembled:
Check the motherboard’s supporting specifications first to see if all the key components
attached in your system can meet.
To do so, you may:
Remove all the unnecessary add-on devices (except the CPU, VGA card, DRAM, and
Power Supply), and then reboot.
If the trouble still exists, try another VGA card of different brand/model to see if the
system will start.
If the trouble still exists, try another memory module of different brand/model.
If the trouble still exists, try another CPU and Power Supply.
If the system runs successfully, shut it down and start re-installing the interface cards and
devices that were previously installed in the system. Re-install and start the system one at a
time until the system won’t start.
Malfunction in the OS:
If the system hangs after resuming from S3 or some testing program, if the CPU cannot be
recognized properly, if the display resolution mixed, or if a certain program cannot be
executed, etc, you may:
Upgrade the motherboard’s latest BIOS version.
Upgrade the add-on device’s latest driver version.
Check if there is any conflict in the “Control Panel/System Properties”.
Q: How to fill in the “Technical Support Form”?
A: To fill in this “Technical Support Form”, please refer to the following instructions:
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Region: Type in your country name.
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E-mail: Type in your contact E-mail information.
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First name: Type in your first name.
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Last name: Type in your last name.
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Subject: Type in the model name and the problem of your motherboard.
Example 1: AA8XE and SCSI 29160 malfunction
Example 2: AA8XE boot fails, POST code AF
Example 3: AA8XE (system hang when S3 resume)
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Motherboard: Type in the model name and revision number of your motherboard.
Example: AA8XE REV: 1.00
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BIOS Version: Type in the BIOS version of your motherboard. (You can find it on the
screen during the POST sequence.)
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CPU: Type in the brand name and the speed (MHz) of your CPU. (Illustrate the
over-clocking status if you had done so.)
Example: Intel 650 3.4GHz (OC FSB=220MHz)
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Memory brand: Type in the brand and model name of your memory module.
Example: Memory brand: Kingston (KVR533D2N4/1G)
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Memory size: Type in the size of your memory module.
Example: 512M* 4PCS
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Memory configuration: Type in the memory configuration in BIOS setting.
Example: Memory Timing: 2.5-3-3-7 @533MHz
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Graphics card: Type in the brand and model name of your graphics card.
Example: ATI RADEON X850 XT PE
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Graphics driver version: Type in the driver version of your graphics card
Example: Catalyst 5.12V
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Power supply maker: Type in the brand and model name of your power supply unit.
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Power supply wattage: Type in the power wattage of your power supply unit.
•
Storage devices: Type in the brand and specifications of your HDD drive and quantity.
Specify if it was inserted on IDE (Master or Slave) or SATA ports, including the RAID
allocation status.
Example 1: WD Caviar WD600 60GB (on IDE2 master), Maxtor DiamondMax 10 SATA
300GB (on SATA 3)
Example 2: Maxtor DiamondMax 10 SATA 300GB *2 (on SATA 3, SATA 4 RAID 1)
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Optical devices: Type in the brand and specifications of your optical drives and
quantity. Specify if it was inserted on IDE (Master or Slave) or SATA ports.
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Other devices: Indicate which add-on cards or USB devices that you absolutely sure
are related to the problem. If you cannot identify the problem’s origin, indicate all the
add-on cards or USB devices inserted on your system.
Example: AHA 29160 (on PCI 2), Sandisk Cruzer mini 256MB USB Flash-disk.
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Operating system: Indicate which OS and language version
Example: Microsoft Windows XP SP2, English version
Example: Microsoft Media Center Edition 2005, Korean version
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Problem description: Describe the problem of your system configuration. Indicate
the steps to duplicate problem if possible.
See the next page for a blank Technical Support Form, or visit our website to fill in the
form on line (http://www.abit.com.tw/page/en/contact/technical.php).
Q. Is the motherboard dead? Do I need to return it to where I bought from or go
through an RMA process?
A: After you had gone through the troubleshooting procedures, yet the problem still exists, or
you find an evident damage on the motherboard. Please contact our RMA center.
(http://www2.abit.com.tw/page/en/contact/index.php?pFUN_KEY=18000&pTITLE_IMG)
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5.1.2 Technical Support Form
Region:
E-mail:
First name:
Last Name:
Subject:
Motherboard:
BIOS Version:
CPU:
Memory brand:
Memory size:
Memory configuration:
Graphics card:
Graphics driver version:
Power supply maker:
Power supply wattage:
Storage devices:
Optical devices:
Other devices:
Operating system:
Problem description:
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5.1.3 Universal ABIT Contact Information
Taiwan Head Office
Universal ABIT Co., Ltd.
No. 323, Yang Guang St., Neihu,
Taipei, 114, Taiwan
Tel: 886-2-8751-3380
Fax: 886-2-8751-3381
Sales: sales@abit.com.tw
Marketing: market@abit.com.tw
Austria, Czech, Romania, Bulgaria,
Slovakia, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia,
Macedonia, Slovenia
Universal ABIT Austria Computer
GmbH
Schmalbachstrasse 5, A-2201 Gerasdorf /
Wien, Austria
Tel: 43-1-7346709
Fax: 43-1-7346713
North America, South America
Contact: office@abit-austria.at
Universal ABIT (USA) Corporation
Website: http://www.abit-austria.at
2901 Bayview Drive,
Fremont, CA 94538, U.S.A.
Shanghai
Tel: 1-510-623-0500
Fax: 1-510-623-1092
Website: http://www.abit-usa.com
Latin America: ventas@abit-usa.com
Universal ABIT (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
FL 19 Xuhui Yuan BLOG NO.1089
ZhongShan s 2 RD, ShangHai 200030
The People's Republic of China
RMA Center: http://rma.abit-usa.com
Tel: (86-21) 54102211
Fax: (86-21) 54104791
UK, Ireland
Website: http://www.abit.com.cn
Universal ABIT UK Corporation
Poland
Unit 3, 24-26 Boulton Road, Stevenage,
Herts SG1 4QX, UK
Universal ABIT Poland (Rep. office)
Tel: 44-1438-228888
Fax: 44-1438-226333
Strzegomska 310/2, 54-432 Wroclaw
Tel:+48-71-718-12-39
Contact: Grzegorz Morgiel
Germany and Benelux (Belgium,
Netherlands, Luxembourg), France,
Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece,
Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland,
Switzerland
Russia
Universal ABIT Russia (Rep. office)
Universal ABIT NL B.V.
Tel: +749 570 05742
+749 554 27802
Jan van Riebeeckweg 15, 5928LG,
Venlo, The Netherlands
Turkey
Tel: 31-77-3204428
Fax: 31-77-3204420
Universal ABIT Turkey (Rep. office)
Tel: 90 532 211 6860
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