•
Please read the users guide before proceeding with your
installations. Serious damage may occur if the procedure is not
followed properly.
•
This motherboard does not support CPUs with a Vcore higher than 1.6
volts. Please make sure the CPU you are using 1.6 volts or below.
Check the CPU specification before you insert it in the CPU socket.
•
AGP cards running at 3.3v are not supported. Only AGP cards running
at 1.5v (most 4x or 8x AGP cards) are supported on this motherboard.
•
Please make sure that your memory modules are inserted correctly.
They can go in only one way, and should fit completely in the socket
without sticking out. Failure to do so will damage your motherboard
and memory module.
•
An ATX 12V power supply (Power supply for Pentium 4 system) is
required for the system to operate normally. (Preferably 350 watts for
minimal loading or 400 watts for fully loaded system).
•
If you have any problem getting your system to work, please follow the
troubleshooting tips in your user manual.
•
On some motherboards, the actual chipset cooler may differ from the
chipset cooler as shown on the picture or on the box. However, the
chipset fan on the motherboard is of the same quality and will work just
as well as the one shown in the picture. (The chipset cooler is as
sufficient as the chipset fan based on a different design.)
•
For answers to Technical questions, please visit SOYO tech support
link at http://www.soyousa.com/support and
http://www.soyousa.com/kb.
SY-P4I865PE Plus
DRAGON 2
Motherboard
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mPGA Socket 478 Processor supported
Intel 865PE AGP/PCI
400/533/800 MHz Front Side Bus supported
ATX 12V Form Factor
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User's Manual
SOYO™
SY-P4I865PE Plus DRAGON 2
Copyright © 2003 by Soyo Computer Inc.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1
MOTHERBOARD DESCRIPTION ............................... 1
1-1
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................ 1
1-2
UNPACKING THE MOTHERBOARD ....................................... 1
1-3
KEY FEATURES.......................................................................... 3
1-4
HANDLING THE MOTHERBOARD ......................................... 4
1-5
ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE PRECAUTIONS ................... 5
1-6
SY-P4I865PE PLUS DRAGON 2 MOTHERBOARD LAYOUT.. 6
1-7
SY-P4I865PE PLUS DRAGON 2 MOTHERBOARD COMPONENTS .. 7
CHAPTER 2
HARDWARE INSTALLATION.................................... 13
2-1
PREPARATIONS........................................................................ 13
2-2
INSTALLATION GUIDE ........................................................... 14
Step 1 Install the CPU ....................................................................... 14
Step 2 Install Memory Module........................................................... 17
Step 3 Installation of Expansion Cards.............................................. 19
Step 4 Connect cables, case wire, and power supply......................... 19
A.IDE Device Installation (HDD, CD-ROM) ........................................... 20
B. Floppy Drive Installation....................................................................... 23
C. Front Panel Connections........................................................................ 23
D. Back Panel Connections ........................................................................ 26
E. Other Connections.................................................................................. 30
F. ATX12V Power Supply .......................................................................... 34
G. Center & Bass Select Connector (JP30) ................................................ 36
Step 5 Power On ................................................................................ 38
2-3
QUICK BIOS SETUP................................................................. 39
CHAPTER 3
BIOS SETUP UTILITY ................................................. 41
3-1
SOYO COMBO FEATURE........................................................ 44
3-2
STANDARD CMOS SETUP...................................................... 55
3-3
ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES ................................................ 58
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3-4
ADVANCED CHIPSET FEATURES ......................................... 63
3-5
INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS ................................................ 65
3-6
POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP............................................ 71
3-7
PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION SETUP........................................ 75
3-8
PC HEALTH STATUS................................................................ 78
3-9
LOAD FAIL-SAFE DEFAULTS ................................................ 79
3-10
LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULTS .............................................. 80
3-11
SUPERVISOR PASSWORD ...................................................... 81
3-12
USER PASSWORD .................................................................... 82
CHAPTER 4
DRIVERS INSTALLATION ......................................... 84
CHAPTER 5
INTEL USB 2.0 DRIVER INSTALLATION................ 91
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Chapter 1
MOTHERBOARD DESCRIPTION
1-1 INTRODUCTION
The SY-P4I865PE Plus DRAGON 2 AGP/PCI Motherboard is a
high-performance Socket 478 processor supported ATX 12V form-factor
system board. SY-P4I865PE Plus DRAGON 2 uses the Intel 865PE
Chipset technology. This Motherboard is fully compatible with industry
standards and adds many technical enhancements.
1-2 UNPACKING THE MOTHERBOARD
When unpacking the Motherboard, check for the following items:
The SY-P4I865PE Plus DRAGON 2 Motherboard
The Quick Start Guide
The Installation CD-ROM
SOYO Bonus Pack CD-ROM
One IDE Device ATA 100 flat cables
One Floppy Disk Drive flat cable
One Serial ATA cables
One bag of Heat Sink Compound
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One Back panel
Warning: Do not unpack the Motherboard from its anti-static
packaging until you are ready to install it.
Like most electronic equipment, your Motherboard may be damaged by
electrostatic discharge. To avoid permanent damage to components ground
yourself while working by using a grounding strap. Otherwise, ground
yourself frequently by touching the unpainted portion of the computer
chassis to drain the static charges.
Handle the Motherboard carefully, holding it by the edges. You are now
ready to start the installation.
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1-3 KEY FEATURES
CPU
Supports Intel® mPGA Socket 478 processors :
Pentium® 4 with and without
Hyperthreading, Northwood, Prescott
(400/533/800MHz FSB)
Pentium® 4 Celeron
SOYO COMBO Setup CMOS setup menu
for complete and easy changing of your CPU
settings in CMOS setup, making jumpers
obsolete.
Note:
CPUs with higher than 1.6 volts are not supported.
Chipset
Memory
AGP
PCI
Super I/O
Intel® 865PE / ICH5 Chipset
The SY-P4I865PE Plus DRAGON 2
supports PC2100, PC2700 and PC3200 DDR
(non-registered and non-ECC) memory
modules.
SOYO COMBO Setup menu, to fully
configure your memory settings.
1x AGP master 4x/8x slot (1.5v only)
5x 32-bit bus master PCI slots
ITE IT8712F-A Super I/O controller supporting :
Floppy disk controller
Parallel port (SPP, EPP and ECP compliant)
2x 16550A compatible RS232 serial ports
IrDA compatible infrared port
PS/2 Keyboard and mouse
Hardware monitor for monitoring
temperatures, voltages and fan speeds in the
system.
PC/SC (Personal Computer Smart Card
Working Group) Standard compliant smart
card controller
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Storage
USB 2.0
Sound
Network
BIOS
Industry standards
ICH5 integrated Serial ATA controller
supporting up to 2x UDMA 150 hard disks
ICH5 Integrated Parallel ATA controller
supporting up to 4x UDMA 33/66/100
Parallel ATA devices.
8 x USB 2.0 compliant ports (4 on rear IO panel,
4 x motherboard connectors.
Onboard AC97 6 channel Audio Codec
Onboard 10/100 Mbps 100Base-T Ethernet
controller, supporting Wake-On-Lan (WOL)
Power Failure resume function to allow the
system to turn on or off after a power failure,
which is indispensable for server systems.
Wake On Ring and Power On by Alarm to
allow your system to wake up from suspend
or power on through the modem or RTC
alarm.
Multiple boot, allowing your system to boot
from for example CD-ROM
This motherboard is compliant with the
following industry standards :
Microsoft PC99
FCC
ACPI
1-4 HANDLING THE MOTHERBOARD
To avoid damage to your Motherboard, follow these simple rules while
unpacking:
Before handling the Motherboard, ground yourself by grasping an
unpainted portion of the system's metal chassis.
Remove the Motherboard from its anti-static packaging. Hold the
Motherboard by the edges and avoid touching its components.
Check the Motherboard for damage. If any chip appears loose, contact
your dealer or our tech support immediately.
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Warning: Do not apply power if the Motherboard appears damaged.
If there is damage to the board, contact your dealer immediately.
1-5 ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE PRECAUTIONS
Make sure to ground yourself before handling the Motherboard or other
system components. Electrostatic discharge can easily damage the
components. Note that you must take special precautions when handling the
Motherboard in dry or air-conditioned environment.
To protect your equipment from electrostatic discharge, take the following
precautions:
Do not remove the anti-static packaging until you are ready to install.
Ground yourself before removing any system component from its
protective anti-static packaging. (To ground yourself, grasp the
expansion slot covers or other unpainted portions of the computer
chassis.)
Frequently ground yourself while working or use a grounding strap.
Handle the Motherboard by its edges and avoid touching its
components.
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1-6 SY-P4I865PE PLUS DRAGON 2 MOTHERBOARD LAYOUT
DDR_A1
DDR_A2
DDR_B1
PS/2 KB PS/2 Mouse
Connector Connector
USB
COM A
COM B
PRT
+12V Power
USBLAN
ATX Power
MIC IN / Center & Bass out
Audio out / Front out
Audio in / Rear out
IDE 2
AGP Slot
5
2
1
IDE 1
FDC1
J30
6
DAVICOM
DM9102AE
PCI Slot #1
AC97
codec
JP5
PCI Slot #2
1
4 1
AUX_IN1
4
CMOS Clear
Jumper
SATA2
PCI Slot #3
CDIN1
SATA1
3V
Lithium
Battery
PCI Slot #4
ITE
IT8712F
PCI Slot #5
13
14
1
2
SMCARD
Back Panel
5
1
SIRCON
15
16
GAMEPORT
1
2
6
1
10
4
6
1
10
4
USB20_1 USB20_2
SY-P4I865PE Lite DRAGON 2 Platform
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1-7 SY-P4I865PE PLUS DRAGON 2 MOTHERBOARD COMPONENTS
A B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
AE
J
AD
K
AC
L
AB
M
N
AA
O
P
Z
Q
Y
X
W
V
U
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A
B
C
D
E
F
G
+12V Power Connector
This is where the Power Supply's +12V ATX connector goes. For a
lay-out of this connector please check the F. ATX12V Power
Supply paragraph on page 35.
ATX Power Supply connector
This connector is to connect the ATX connector of your ATX12V
compliant power supply to the motherboard. For more details on
this connector, please check the F. ATX12V Power Supply
paragraph on page 35.
Davicom Onboard Lan Chip
AGP Slot
This is the AGP expansion slot for your video card. Note that it can
only work with 1.5v AGP cards. For more information, check the
Step 3 Installation of Expansion Cards paragraph on page 19.
AGP DET LED
This LED lights up when an AGP 3.3v card is inserted in the
system. If this LED lights up, your system will not work, since
AGP 3.3v cards are not supported.
Socket 478 Connector
This is the Zif (Zero Insertion Force) socket for your Pentium 4 or
Celeron CPU. For more information, check the Step 1 Install the
CPU paragraph on page 14.
Intel 865PE North Bridge Chip
The Intel® 865PE chipset features support for an 800 MHz Front
Side Bus (FSB) and implements Intel® Performance Acceleration
Technology (PAT) with dual-channel DDR400 memory
configurations to get incredible performance from the memory
interface. Optimized to support the Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor
with Hyper-Threading Technology†, the 865PE chipset adds
intelligence to help manage and prioritize multiple threads received
from the microprocessor.
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H
I
J
K
L
M
N
CPU Cooling Fan (CPUFAN1) connectors
With these connectors you can attach the CPU fan or fans to your
motherboard. They supply power and (in the case of CPUFAN1)
allow you to monitor the speed of the FAN via the SOYO
Hardware Monitor software or via CMOS setup. For more details
on the lay-out of these connectors, check the (1) CPU Cooling Fan
(CPUFAN1) paragraph on page 31
DDR DIMM Banks
These 4, 184 pin memory slots are to install your system memory
in. They support up to 4 GB of memory. For more details check the
Step 2 Install Memory Module paragraph on page 17.
Bus Mastering EIDE/ATAPI Ports
These connectors are to attach your IDE devices to. Each connector
can support up to 2 IDE devices, 1 master and 1 slave. Please
check the A.IDE Device Installation (HDD, CD-ROM)
paragraph on page 20 for more details.
Floppy Disk Drive (FDD) connector
This 34 pins connector is to connect your floppy drive to. Check
for more details in the B. Floppy Drive Installation paragraph on
page 23.
Intel 82801EB South Bridge chip
ICH5 platforms enable the next generation desktop storage
interface with integration of Serial ATA (SATA). The ICH5 also
supports eight, high-speed USB 2.0 ports and integrates an Alert
Standard Format (ASF) System Management controller for
network manageability. The ICH5 includes enhancements for ACPI
2.0 compliant power management logic.
CMOS Clear Jumper (JP5)
This jumper allows you to clear your CMOS RAM contents in
order to reset your system configuration. . For more details on this
check the G. CMOS Clear (JP5) paragraph on page 37.
3V Lithium Battery
This battery supplies power to the CMOS RAM. As long as the
battery supplies enough power, the contents of your CMOS RAM
will be valid. CMOS RAM contents are configured by CMOS
setup, and can be cleared by JP5. For more details on this check the
G. CMOS Clear (JP5) paragraph on page 37.
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O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
Chassis Cooling Fan (CHAFAN1) connector
This connector is to connect your chassis fan to your motherboard.
This motherboard supports up to 2 chassis fans. It allows you to
monitor the speed of CHAFAN1 in CMOS setup or by using the
SOYO Hardware Monitor software. Please check the (2) Chassis
Cooling Fan (CHAFAN1, CHAFAN2) paragraph on page 31 for
more details.
Flash BIOS
This chip contains the system BIOS firmware, and is software
upgradable. It's size is 4Mbit. For updates of your Flash BIOS,
please go to http://www.soyousa.com. For details on how to setup
your BIOS, please go to the BIOS SETUP UTILITY chapter on
page 41.
Front Panel connectors (J25)
This header allows you to connect the switches and LEDs on your
front panel. Please check the C. Front Panel Connections chapter
on page 23 for more details and lay-outs.
5V Stand-By Indicator LED
The ATX 12V power supply will always supply a 5V standby
voltage to your motherboard so that it can power on via for
example Wake On Lan technology. This LED shows that your ATX
12V power supply is supplying this standby voltage to your
motherboard.
SATA Connectors
These connectors allow you to attach one UDMA 150 hard disk to
each connector. For more information on these connectors check
the A.IDE Device Installation (HDD, CD-ROM) paragraph on
page 20.
USB 2.0 connectors
These connectors support 2 USB 2.0 ports per connector. For
details on the lay-out, please check the 5. Universal Serial Bus
(USB1/USB2, USB3/USB4, USB20_1/USB20_2) paragraph on
page 29.
Chassis Cooling Fan (CHAFAN2) connector
This connector is to connect your chassis fan to your motherboard.
This motherboard supports up to 2 chassis fans. It allows you to
monitor the speed of CHAFAN1 in CMOS setup or by using the
SOYO Hardware Monitor software. Please check the (2) Chassis
Cooling Fan (CHAFAN1, CHAFAN2) paragraph on page 31 for
more details.
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V
W
X
Y
Z
AA
AB
GAMEPORT connector
This connector is to attach your gameport connector to. Gameports
are used to connect for example joysticks to. For more details
check the paragraph on page 30.
Serial Infrared (IrDA) device header
This header allows you to connect an IrDA receiver to the
motherboard. You can find the lay-out in the 1. Standard Infrared
(SIRCON) paragraph on page 30.
Smart Card Reader connector
This connector allows you to connect a smart card reader to the
PC/SC, ISO 7816 compliant onboard smart card reader. The
paragraph 3. Smart Card Reader on page 33 contains more
information on the lay-out of this header.
32 bit PCI slots
These are the motherboard's 3.3v busmastering PCI slots,
compliant to PCI specification v2.2.
ITE IT8712F-A Super I/O Chip
The IT8712F-A is a Low Pin Count Interface-based highly
integrated Super I/O. The IT8712F-A provides the most commonly
used legacy Super I/O functionality plus the latest Environment
Control initiatives, such as H/W Monitor, Fan Speed Controller,
ITE's 'SmartGuardian' function and Smart Card Reader Interface.
The device's LPC interface complies with Intel 'LPC Interface
Specification Rev. 1.0'. The IT8712F-A meets the 'Microsoft®
PC98 & PC99 System Design Guide' requirements, and is ACPI &
LANDesk compliant.
CD-IN connector
This connector is to attach your analog audio output channel from
your CDROM or DVD drive to your motherboard. Please check
the 4. CD Line-in (CDIN1) paragraph on page 33 for more details.
AUX-IN connector
This connector allows you to attach a second CDROM analog
audio out output to your mainboard. Please check the 5. AUX-IN
(AUXIN1) paragraph on page 34 for more details.
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AC
AD
AE
AC97 Onboard Audio Chip
Microphone and LAN Status LED Connector (J30)
This connector allows you to extend your microphone connector
and LAN Status LED to your front panel. Check the 6. MIC &
LED Connector (J30) paragraph on page 34 for a lay-out of this
header.
Back panel connectors
These connectors allow you to attach the external devices to the
back of your PC. Please check the D. Back Panel Connections
paragraph on page 26 for more details.
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Chapter 2
HARDWARE INSTALLATION
Congratulations on your purchase of SY-P4I865PE Plus DRAGON 2
Motherboard. You are about to install and connect your new Motherboard.
Note: Do not unpack the Motherboard from its protective
anti-static packaging until you have made the following
preparations.
2-1 PREPARATIONS
Gather and prepare all the following hardware equipment to complete the
installation successfully:
1. Socket mPGA478 processor with built-in CPU cooling fan. (CPUs with
Vcore higher than 1.6 volts are not supported)
2. DDR RAM memory module(s)
3. Computer case and chassis with adequate power supply unit (350W for a
minimally loaded system or 400W for a fully loaded system).
4. Monitor
5. Keyboard
6. Pointing Device (mouse)
7. Disk Drives: HDD, CD-ROM, Floppy drive…
8. External Peripherals: Printer, and Modem- (optional)
9. VGA Card (AGP or PCI)
Note: This M/B only supports 1.5V AGP VGA cards! 3.3V AGP cards
are not supported.
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2-2 INSTALLATION GUIDE
We will now begin the installation of the Motherboard. Please follow the
step-by-step procedure designed to lead you to a complete and correct
installation.
Step1-
Install the Central Processing Unit (CPU).
Step2-
Install memory modules.
Step3-
Install expansion cards.
Step4-
Connect cables, case wires, and power supply.
Step5-
Power on and enter BIOS setup .
Step6-
Install supporting software tools. See Chapter 4 for more info.
Warning: Turn off the power to the Motherboard, system chassis,
and peripheral devices before performing any work on the
Motherboard or system.
BEGIN THE INSTALLATION
Step 1 Install the CPU
CPU Mount Procedure: To mount the Pentium® 4 Socket mPGA478
processor that you have purchased separately, follow these instructions.
1. Lift the socket handle up to a vertical position.
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2. Align the blunt edge of the CPU with the matching pinhole distinctive
edge on the socket.
3. Seat the processor in the socket completely and without forcing.
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4. Then close the socket handle to secure the CPU in place.
Remember to connect the CPU Cooling Fan to the appropriate
power connector on the Motherboard. The fan is a key
component that will ensure system stability. The fan prevents
overheating, therefore prolonging the life of your CPU.
CPU Fan Installation
Your Socket 478 processor kit comes with a cooling fan. Mount the fan on
the processor according to the instructions provided by the manufacturer.
The fan is a key component that will ensure system stability. The fan
prevents overheating, therefore prolonging the life of your CPU.
Note: Remember to connect the fan to the appropriate power source.
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Step 2 Install Memory Module
DDR_A1
DDR_A2
DDR_B1
This motherboard supports one Dual Channel to your memory, Note that
you can use normal DDR memory for Dual Channel to work. Also note that
for Dual Channel to work 2 modules of equal size and specifications have to
be installed.
The largest memory capacity possible is 3 GB. On this motherboard,
DRAM speed can be set independent form the CPU front side bus speed.
Note that when installing 3GB of memory, your total memory will be less
than 3GB. The reason for this is that the BIOS, PCI and AGP cards claim
part of your CPUs address space.
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Memory Configuration Table
If you want to use the Dual Channel feature, please follow the memory
configuration table below:
DDR
Slots
DDR_A1
DDR_A2
DDR_B1
Performance
128 bit
Present
Present
Installing your memory in a combination different from the table above will
still allow your system to work. The Dual Channel feature will not work
then however.
Memory frequency Table
Depending on the front side bus (FSB) frequency of the CPU, you can run
memory of different speeds. Please look at the table below for details:
CPU FSB
(MHz)
400
533
800
Memory Frequency
(MHz)
266
266 or 333
400 or 320*
DDR DIMM Type
PC2100
PC2100 or PC2700
PC3200 or PC2700
* When using a 800 MHz FSB CPU and PC2700 DDR DIMMs, the
memory frequency runs at 320 MHz (instead of 333 MHz) due to chipset
limitations.
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Step 3 Installation of Expansion Cards
The motherboard has 1 AGP slot and 5 PCI slots.
1. Read the related expansion card’s instruction document before inserting
the expansion card into the computer.
2. Press the expansion card firmly into the expansion slot in the motherboard.
3. Make sure the metal contacts on the card are seated in the slot.
4. Replace the screw to secure the slot bracket of the expansion card.
5. Install required driver for the operating system you use.
This motherboard only support 1.5V AGP card (4X/8X card). If 3.3V
AGP card is used, the system will not boot-up and the AGPDET LED
will lit.
AGP Slot
(1.5V only)
(When AGPDETLED lit, it m ea ns 3.3V AGP c a rd is use d.)
If use 3.3V AGP c a rd ,the syste m will no t p o we r o n a nd the AG PDET LED will lit.
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Step 4 Connect cables, case wire, and power supply
A.IDE Device Installation (HDD, CD-ROM)
Pin 1
IDE 2
Secondary
IDE
IDE 1
Primary
IDE
SATA2
SATA1
This Motherboard offers 1 primary (IDE1) IDE device connectors, 1
secondary IDE device connectors (IDE2) and 2 tertiary serial ATA ports.
IDE1 and IDE2 can support up to four high-speed Ultra DMA 33/66/100
HDD or CD-ROM. SATA1~2 can support up to 2 ATA 150 SATA hard
disks.
IDE1, 2 are controlled by the 82801EB (ICH5), SATA1, 2 are controlled by
the 82801EB (ICH5).
There are 4 parallel ATA HDD connectors (IDE1, IDE2) and 2 serial ATA
connectors on the motherboard. SATA1 and SATA2 are provided for
standard SATA function. This Motherboard can support up to 6 HDDs.
The other end of the SATA cable goes into your SATA device.
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Note: IDE2 and SATA2 are not bootable, SATA1 and IDE1 are bootable.
Note: Only Windows XP can use SATA1, SATA2, IDE1 and IDE2 at the
same time. All other operating systems can use any combination from
the following table:
Parallel ATA connectors
Connect the black end of the ATA66/100 flat cable to the IDE device (HDD
or CD-ROM) and plug the blue end to the primary (IDE1) or secondary
(IDE2) directionally keyed IDE connector on the Motherboard. The
ATA66/100 cable is backward compatible with ATA33 HDDs.
1
2
3
4
Enabled devices
SATA1 SATA2 IDE1
SATA1 SATA2 IDE2
IDE1
IDE2
SATA1 SATA2
These devices can be enabled in your CMOS setup menu. Please check the
OnChip IDE Device paragraph on page 50 for more details.
80-Conductor
ATA 66/100
Flat Cable
1
40-pin
39
1
39
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Serial ATA connectors
You can also plug the serial ATA cable into the serial ATA connector of the
motherboard. The other end of the SATA cable goes into your SATA device.
Serial ATA
Cable
Se ria l
ATA
1
Serial ATA
Connector
Pin 1
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B. Floppy Drive Installation
Pin 1
FDC
Floppy Drive
Connector
The system supports 5 possible floppy drive types: 720 KB, 1.2 MB, 1.44
MB, 2.88 MB. In addition, this Motherboard supports a 3-mode
(720KB/1.2MB/1.44MB) floppy commonly used in Japan.
Connect one side of the 34-pin flat cable to the floppy drive and plug the
other end in the floppy drive connector on the Motherboard.
This Motherboard can supports only 1 floppy drive.
1
33
1
33
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+
_
ACPI LED
Key Lock
1
1
PWRBT
+
_
Power LED
+
_
_
Speaker
HDD LED
+
C. Front Panel Connections
1
Reset
Plug the computer case's front panel devices to the corresponding headers
on the Motherboard.
1. Power LED
Please install according to the following pin assignment: pin 1, 3 are for
Power LED.
Power LED
Pin Assignment
Pin11
+
VCC
Pin12
NC
24
_
Pin13
GND
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2. Reset
Plug the Reset push-button cable into the 2-pin Reset header on the
Motherboard. Pushing the Reset button on the front panel will cause the
system to restart the boot-up sequence.
Reset Pin Assignment
Pin1 Pin2
Power Good
GND
3. Speaker
Attach the 4-pin PC speaker cable from the case to the Speaker header on
the Motherboard.
Speaker Pin Assignment
_
+
VCC
Speaker out
NC NC
4. ACPI LED
Connecting the 2-pin ACPI LED cable to the corresponding ACPI LED
header will cause the LED to light whenever the system is in ACPI mode.
The manufacturer has permanently set this Motherboard in ACPI mode for
PC99 requirements.
ACPI LED Pin Assignment
+
_
2.5V_DDR
Control Pin
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5. IDE LED
Attach the 2-pin IDE device LED cable to the corresponding IDE LED
header on the Motherboard. This will cause the LED to lighten when an
IDE1 or IDE2 (HDD, CD-ROM) device is active.
HDD LED Pin Assignment
Pin9
+
_
Pin10
LED Cathode
LED Anode
6. ATX Power On/Off Switch
Attach the 2-pin momentary type switch to the PWRBT header for turning
On or Off your ATX power supply. Note that 5VSB will always have power,
so the 5V standby LED will always be lit.
PWRBT Pin Assignment
Pin4 Pin5
Power On/Off GND
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D. Back Panel Connections
All external devices such as the PS/2 keyboard, PS/2 mouse, printer, modem,
USB can be plugged directly into the Motherboard back panel.
Only after you have fixed and locked the Motherboard to the computer case
can you start connecting the external peripheral devices.
When connecting an external device, use the following figure to locate and
identify which back panel connector to plug the device to.
PS/2 KB PS/2 Mouse
Connector Connector
USB
COM A
COM B
PRT
USBLAN
MIC IN / Center & Bass out
Audio out / Front out
Audio in / Rear out
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1. Onboard Serial Ports COMA/COMB
External peripherals that use serial transmission scheme include:
- serial (RS232) mice
- modem.
Plug the serial device cables directly into the COMA/COMB 9-pin male
connectors located at the rear panel of the Motherboard.
2. Parallel Port PRT
This parallel port is used to connect the printer or other parallel devices.
Plug the parallel device cable into the 25-pin female connector located at the
rear panel of the Motherboard.
3. PS/2 Keyboard
Plug the keyboard jack directly into the 6-pin female PS/2 keyboard
connector located at the rear panel of the Motherboard.
Pin5
KBD Clock
Pin6
NC
Pin4
VCC
Pin2
NC
Pin3
GND
Pin1
KBD DATA
4. PS/2 Mouse
Similarly, plug the mouse jack directly into the 6-pin female PS/2 mouse
connector.
Pin6
NC
Pin5
Mouse Clock
Pin4
VCC
Pin2
NC
Pin3
GND
Pin1
Mouse DATA
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5. Universal Serial Bus (USB1/USB2, USB3/USB4, USB20_1/USB20_2)
This Motherboard provides 8 USB 2.0 ports for your additional devices.
Plug the USB device jack into the available USB connector USB1, USB2,
USB3 and USB4.
USB20_1 and USB20_2 are available. To make use of these USB ports,
purchase a USB cable from your dealer. The lay-out of USB20_1/USB20_2
connector is as follows:
GND
GND
(+)Data
10
5
9
4
8
3
GND
(+)Data
(-)Data
7
2
(-)Data
Power
6
1
Power
6. Onboard Audio Speakers connections
When using 2-channel speaker, connect the speaker cable to line-out.
If you’re using 4 channel speaker, connect the front L/R speakers to
line-out and rear L/R speakers to Line-in. make sure to set the Audio
Rack software for 4 channel speaker system. Do not forget to set the Audio
Rack software to 4-channel system.
If you are using 6 channel speaker, connect the front L/R speaker to line
out, rear L/R speaker to line-in and center/Bass speaker to Mic-in, make
sure to set the Audio Rack software to 6 channel speaker system.
Line-in
Line-out
Mic-in
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The Gameport has the following lay-out :
E. Other Connections
1. Standard Infrared (SIRCON)
Plug the 5-pin infrared device cable to the SIRCON header.
This will enable the infrared transfer function. This Motherboard meets both
the ASKIR and HPSIR specifications.
Please install according to the following pin assignment:
Standard Infrared
(SIRCON) Connector
SIRCON Pin Assignment
1 2 3 4 5
VCC
IRRX
GND
30
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2. Cooling Fan Installation
(1) CPU Cooling Fan (CPUFAN1)
After you have seated the CPU properly on the processor, attach the 3-pin
fan cable to the CPUFAN connector on the Motherboard.
To avoid damage to the system, install according to the following pin
assignment:
CPU Cooling Fan
CPUFAN1 Pin Assignment
1
GND
2
VCC
31
3
SENSOR
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(2) Chassis Cooling Fan (CHAFAN1, CHAFAN2)
Some chassis also feature a cooling fan. This Motherboard features a
CHAFAN connector to provide 12V power to the chassis fan. Connect the
cable from the chassis fan to the CHAFAN 3-pin connector. Install
according to the following pin assignment:
Classis Cooling Fan
(CHAFAN1, CHAFAN2)
CHAFAN Pin Assignment
CHAFAN1
1
GND
2
VCC
3
SENSOR
CHAFAN2
1
GND
2
VCC
3
NC
Note: CPU cooling fan must be installed to prevent CPU from
overheating and ensure system stability. Chassis cooling fan is
optional, depending on whether there is cooling fan in your chassis.
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3. Smart Card Reader
The smart card reader conforms to the PC/SC Working group standard, and
has the following lay-out:
4. CD Line-in (CDIN1)
This Motherboard provides one CD-Line-in connectors. Please connect the
4-pin audio cable from your CD-ROM or DVD ROM drive to CDIN1.
Please install according to the following pin assignment:
CDIN1(CD Line-in)
Pin Assigment
1
2
3
4
GND
Left
Right
GND
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5. AUX-IN (AUXIN1)
This Motherboard provides one AUX-IN connectors. Please connect the
4-pin audio cable from your second CD-ROM or DVD ROM drive to either
AUX-IN.
Please install according to the following pin assignment:
AUXIN1
Pin Assigment
1
2
3
4
GND
Left
Right
GND
6. MIC & LED Connector (J30)
You can connect the Line-out /MIC in /LAN LED to the front panel of your
PC case (If this option is available in your PC case). This connector has the
following pin assignment:
MIC & LED Connector
(J30)
Line_Out_L
MIC IN
LAN_Active_LED
1
3
5
34
2
4
6
Line_Out_R
GND
VCC
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F. ATX12V Power Supply
The power supply connector is the last connection to be made while
installing a motherboard. This motherboard requires an ATX 12V power
supply (For P4 system), and AT or ATX power supply cannot be used.
+12V Power
ATX Power
Note 1: The presence of the +12V power connector indicates
that a power supply is ATX12V; the absence of the +12V
power connector indicates that a supply is ATX.
Note 2: When using the Power-On by Keyboard function,
please make sure the ATX 12V power supply is able to
provide at least 1220mA on the 5V Standby lead (5VSB).
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Note 3: The minimum recommended wattage is 400W for a
fully loaded system or 350W for a minimally loaded system,
the system might become unstable if power supply is not
enough
Note 4: The 4 pin ATX 12V must be connected to the motherboard.
Without this connector, the system cannot boot.
Please install the ATX power according to the following pin assignment:
ATX Power
12V
5VSB
PW-OK
GND
5V
5V
-5V
GND
GND
GND
PS-ON
GND
-12V
3.3V
5V
GND
5V
GND
3.3V
3.3V
Pay special care to the directionality.
+12VDC
Pin3
Pin1
COM
+12V Power Connector
FIG. 1
FIG. 2
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G. CMOS Clear (JP5)
CMOS Clear (JP5)
Pin Assignment
GND
RTC
NC
In some cases the CMOS memory may contain wrong data, follow the steps
below to clear the CMOS memory.
1. Clear the CMOS memory by momentarily shorting pin 2-3 on jumper JP5.
This jumper can be easily identified by its white colored cap.
2. Then put the jumper back to 1-2 to allow writing of new data into the
CMOS memory.
CMOS
Clearing
Clear CMOS Data
Short pin 2-3 for
at least 5 seconds
JP5 Setting
to clear the
CMOS
Retain CMOS Data
Short pin 1-2 to
retain new
settings
1 2 3
1 2 3
Note: You must unplug the power cable from the ATX power supply
when performing the CMOS Clear operation.
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Onboard LAN LED Definition
When this LED is lit, this
This is the LAN activity
means
LED. It will blink when
the
LAN
is
running at 100 mbps, if it
it is active.
is not lit, the Onboard
LAN is working at 10
mbps.
Step 5 Power On
You have now completed the hardware installation of your Motherboard
successfully.
1. Turn the power on
2. To enter the BIOS Setup Utility, press the <DEL> key while the system is
performing the diagnostic checks,
Note: If you have failed to enter the BIOS, wait until the boot up
sequence is completed. Then push the RESET button and press
<DEL> key again at the beginning of boot-up, during diagnostic
checks.
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Repeat this operation until you get the following screen.
3. The BIOS Setup screen appears:
Phoenix – Award BIOS CMOS Setup Utility
SOYO COMBO Feature
PC Health Status
Standard CMOS Features
Load Fail - Safe Defaults
Advanced BIOS Features
Load Optimized Defaults
Advanced Chipset Features
Set Supervisor Password
Integrated Peripherals
Set User Password
Power Management Setup
Save & Exit Setup
PnP/PCI Configurations
Exit Without Saving
:
Esc : Quit
F10 : Save & Exit Setup
Select Item
Change CPU’s Clock & Voltage
2-3 QUICK BIOS SETUP
This Motherboard does not use any hardware jumpers to set the CPU
frequency. Instead, CPU settings are software configurable with the BIOS
[SOYO COMBO FEATURE]. The [SOYO COMBO FEATURE]
combines the main parameters that you need to configure, all in one menu,
for a quick setup in BIOS.
After the hardware installation is complete, turn the power switch on, then
press the <DEL> key during the system diagnostic checks to enter the
Award BIOS Setup program. The CMOS SETUP UTILITY will be shown
on the screen. Then, follow these steps to configure the CPU settings.
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Step1. Select [STANDARD CMOS SETUP]
Set [Date/Time] and [Floppy drive type], then set [Hard Disk Type] to
“Auto”.
Step2. Select [LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULTS]
Select the “LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULTS” menu and type “Y” at the
prompt to load the BIOS optimal setup.
Step3. Select [SOYO COMBO FEATURE]
Set the [CPU Frequency Select] field to “Manual”, to be able to change the
CPU frequency 1 MHz stepping.
Step4. Select [SAVE & EXIT SETUP]
Press <Enter> to save the new configuration to the CMOS memory, and
continue the boot sequence.
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Chapter 3
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
This Motherboard's BIOS setup program uses the ROM PCI BIOS program
from Award Software Inc.
To enter the Award BIOS program's Main Menu:
1.
Turn on or reboot the system.
2.
After the diagnostic checks, press the [Del] key to enter the Award
BIOS Setup Utility.
Phoenix – Award BIOS CMOS Setup Utility
SOYO COMBO Feature
PC Health Status
Standard CMOS Features
Load Fail - Safe Defaults
Advanced BIOS Features
Load Optimized Defaults
Advanced Chipset Features
Set Supervisor Password
Integrated Peripherals
Set User Password
Power Management Setup
Save & Exit Setup
PnP/PCI Configurations
Exit Without Saving
: Select Item
Esc : Quit
F10 : Save & Exit Setup
Change CPU’s Clock & Voltage
Selecting items
Use the arrow keys to move between items and select fields.
From the Main Menu press arrow keys to enter the selected submenu.
Modifying selected items
Use the [Up]/[Down] keys to modify values within the selected fields.
Some fields let you enter values directly or press Enter, then select the
value.
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Hot Keys: Function keys give you access to a group of commands
throughout the BIOS utility.
Function Command
F1
F5
F6
F7
F10
[Esc]
[Enter]
[+/–/PU/PD]
Description
Gives the list of options available for each
General Help
item.
Previous
Restore the old values. These are the values
Values
that the user started the current session with.
Load
Loads all items with the most conservative
Fail-Safe
values.
Defaults
Load
Optimized Loads all options with the optimize values.
Defaults
Save
Saves your changes and reboots the system.
Returns at anytime and from any location to
Exit
the Main Menu.
Will display a overlapping window with all
Select
options for the current item.
Using the +, –, Page Up and Page Down
Value
keys the user can toggle the value of the
current item.
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SAVE AND EXIT SETUP
Select the [SAVE & EXIT SETUP] option from the Main Menu to save data
to CMOS and exit the setup utility. This option saves all your changes and
causes the system to reboot.
R O M
C M O S
A W A R D
S T A N D A R D
B IO S
C H IP S E T
P O W
C M O S
F E A T U R E S
E R
P C I/ IS A
B IO S
S E T U P
U T IL IT Y
S O F T W A R E , IN C .
IN T E G R A T E D
S E T U P
P E R IP H E R A L S
S U P E R V IS O R
S E T U P
P A S S W
O R D
SAVE to CMOS and EXIT
F E A T U R E S
U S E R
S E T U P
M A N A G E M E N T
ID E
S E T U P
S A V E
L O A D
S E T U P
E X IT
L O A D
B IO S
E s c
: Q u it
F 1 0
: S a v e
D E F A U L T S
P A S S W
H D D
P N P / P C I C O N F IG U R A T IO N
&
W
O R D
A U T O
E X IT
D E T E C T IO N
S E T U P
IT H O U T
S A V IN G
D E F A U L T S
↑
&
E x it S e t u p
↓
→
←
: S e le c t It e m
( S h if t ) F 2
T im e , D a t e , H a r d
D is k
: C h a n g e
C o lo r
T y p e …
Type [Y] to save the
changes and exit or [N]
to return to the Main
Menu and keep current
values.
EXIT WITHOUT SAVING
Selecting the [EXIT WITHOUT SAVING] option allows you to abandon all
changes and exit setup.
R O M
C M O S
A W A R D
S T A N D A R D
B IO S
C M O S
F E A T U R E S
C H IP S E T
P O W E R
P C I/ IS A
S E T U P
F E A T U R E S
U T IL IT Y
IN T E G R A T E D
S E T U P
S E T U P
U S E R
ID E
L O A D
S E T U P
E X IT
L O A D
B IO S
: Q u it
: S a v e
A U T O
D E T E C T IO N
Quit Without Saving (Y/N)? _
S A V E
F 1 0
P A S S W O R D
P A S S W O R D
H D D
P N P /P C I C O N F IG U R A T IO N
E s c
P E R IP H E R A L S
S U P E R V IS O R
S E T U P
M A N A G E M E N T
B IO S
S E T U P
S O F T W A R E , IN C .
D E F A U LT S
&
W
E X IT
S E T U P
IT H O U T
S A V IN G
D E F A U LT S
↑
&
E x it S e t u p
↓
→
←
( S h if t ) F 2
T im e , D a t e , H a r d
D is k
: S e le c t It e m
: C h a n g e
C o lo r
T y p e …
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Type [Y] to abandon
changes and exit or [N]
to return to the Main
Menu and keep current
values.
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3-1 SOYO COMBO FEATURE
This motherboard does not use any hardware jumpers to set the CPU
frequency. Instead, CPU settings are software configurable with the BIOS
[SOYO COMBO Feature].
After the hardware installation is complete, turn the power switch on, then
press the <DEL> key during the system diagnostic checks to enter the
Award BIOS Setup program. The CMOS SETUP UTILITY will display on
screen. Then, select the [SOYO COMBO Feature] option from the main
menu and press the <Enter> key.
Phoenix – Award BIOS CMOS Setup Utility
SOYO COMBO Feature
System Performance
CPU Clock Ratio
CPU Frequency Select
x Frequency 1MHz Stepping
Async AGP/PCI CLK
DRAM:CPU Ratio Select
DRAM Frequency
Quick Power On Self Test
C.I.H. 4-WAY Protection
CPU Voltage Select
DDR Voltage Select
AGP Voltage Select
Advanced DRAM Control
Onboard Device
OnChip IDE Device
Boot Device order
Move
Enter : Select
F5 : Previous Values
Normal
13 x
Auto
100 MHz
Disabled
Auto
333 MHz
Enabled
Disabled
Item Help
Menu Level Default
Default
Default
Press Enter
Press Enter
Press Enter
Press Enter
+ / - / PU / PD : Value F10 : Save
F6 : Fail – Safe Defaults
ESC : Exit
F1: General Help
F7 : Optimized Defaults
The [SOYO COMBO Feature] menu combines the main parameters that
you need to configure, all in one menu, for a quick setup in BIOS.
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System Performance
Setting
System
Performance
Normal
Fast
Turbo
Description
Adjust your computer’s
performance.
Note
Default
SOYO COMBO Feature
Setting
Description
Note
CPU Clock
Ratio
8X~ 50X
The available CPU ratio you can select will depends on
your CPU ID.
CPU
Frequency
Select
Manual
Auto
Choose the pre-defined CPU
frequency setting or auto for auto
Default
detecting your CPU frequency. For
experienced overclocker, set the field
to “Manual” and use the CPU Freq.
by 1 MHz stepping manual to
overclock the CPU. Don’t forget to
set the correct CPU to PCI divider.
Frequency
1MHz
Stepping
100 ~ 255
Press “Page Up” / “Page Down” key to
overclock the CPU Front Side Bus in 1MHz
increment or Press “Enter” key, then type the
desired CPU Front Side Bus.
Async
AGP/PCI
CLK
Disabled
Allows you to set your AGP/PCI
66/33 MHz clock regardless of what your FSB
73/36 MHz and memory are.
80/40 MHz
Default
DRAM:CPU Auto
Ratio
x1.33
x1.25
Choose the pre-defined DRAM
Default
frequency setting or auto for
experienced overclocker, set the field
to “x1.33” or “x1.25” DRAM
frequency.
DRAM
Frequency
This item shows you the DRAM frequency.
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SOYO COMBO Feature (Continue)
Setting
Quick Power
On Self Test
Description
Note
Disabled
Enabled
C.I.H. 4-WAY Enabled
Protection
Disabled
Provides a fast POST at boot-up.
Default
This item allows you write-protect
your BIOS chip. If you want to
Default
flash your BIOS, set this option to
disabled. Write protecting your
BIOS protects you against some
viruses.
Voltage Select
Setting
Description
Note
CPU Vcore
Select
Default
1.600
1.550
1.500
1.450
1.400
1.350
1.300
This function allows you to
adjust the CPU voltage.
Default
DDR Voltage
Select
Default
2.9V
2.8V
2.7V
This function allows you to
adjust the DDR voltage.
Default
AGP Voltage
Select
Default
1.8V
1.7V
1.6V
This function allows you to
adjust the AGP voltage.
Default
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3-1.1 Advanced DRAM Control
Caution: Change these settings only if you are already familiar
with DRAM timing parameters.
The [Advanced DRAM Control] option changes the values of the chipset
registers. These registers control the timings of your memory.
Phoenix – Award BIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Advanced DRAM Control
DRAM Timing Selectable
By SPD
x CAS Latency Time
2.5
x Active to Precharge Delay
7
x DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay
4
x DRAM RAS# Precharge
4
Refresh Mode Select
:Move
Enter:Select
Item Help
Menu Level
Auto
+/-/PU/PD:Value
F5:Previous Values
F10:Save
F6:Fail-Safe Defaults
ESC:Exit
F1:General Help
F7: Optimized Defaults
After you have completed the changes, press [Esc] and follow the
instructions on your screen to save your settings or exit without saving.
CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP
Setting
Description
Note
DRAM Timing
Selectable
By SPD
Manual
If enable the DRAM will auto
detect the DRAM timing.
Default
CAS Latency
Time
1.5
2
2.5
3
This item allows you to control
the DRAM CAS Latency time.
5
Active to
Precharge Delay 6
7
8
Default
This item allows you to control
the DRAM Percharge Delay
time.
Default
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CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP (Continue)
Setting
DRAM RAS# to 2
CAS# Delay
3
4
DRAM RAS#
Precharge
Refresh Mode
Select
Description
Note
This item allows you to control
DRAM RAS to CAS delay time.
Default
2
3
4
This item allow you to control
DRAM RAS percharge time.
7.8 us
15.6 us
64 us
Auto
This item allows you to set the
interval between consecutive refresh
cycles.
Default
Default
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3-1.2 Onboard Device
The [Onboard Device] option changes the values of the chipset registers.
These registers control the system options in the computer.
Phoenix – Award BIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Onboard Device
AC97 Audio
LAN Chip
Auto
Enabled
Item Help
Menu Level
:Move
Enter:Select
+/-/PU/PD:Value
F5:Previous Values
F10:Save
F6:Fail-Safe Defaults
ESC:Exit
F1:General Help
F7: Optimized Defaults
After you have completed the changes, press [Esc] and follow the
instructions on your screen to save your settings or exit without saving.
Onboard Settings
Setting
Description
Note
AC97 Audio
Enabled
Disabled
Default
This setting allows you to
enabled or disabled onboard
Audio.
LAN Chip
Enabled
Disabled
Default
This setting allows you to
enabled or disabled onboard
LAN.
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3-1.3
OnChip IDE Device
Caution: Change these settings only if you are already familiar
with the IDE settings.
The [OnChip IDE Device] option changes the settings of the 82801EB
(ICH5) IDE controller. These settings do not influence the HighPoint 372N
or Silicon Image Sil3112 controllers.
The following screen shows setup default settings.
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OnChip IDE Device
IDE 1,2 /SATA 1,2
IDE HDD Block Mode
IDE DMA transfer access
On-Chip Primary
PCI IDE
IDE Primary Master PIO
IDE Primary Slave PIO
IDE Primary Master UDMA
IDE Primary Slave UDMA
On-Chip Secondary PCI IDE
IDE Secondary Master PIO
IDE Secondary Slave PIO
IDE Secondary Master UDMA
IDE Secondary Slave UDMA
IDE only
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Enabled
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Item Help
Menu Level
[Disabled]: Disabled SATA
Controller.
[Auto]: Auto arrange by
BIOS.
[Combined Mode]: PATA
and SATA are combined.
Max. of 2 IDE drives in
each channel.
[Enhanced Mode]: Enable
both SATA and PATA. Max.
of 6 IDE drives are
supported.
[SATA Only]: SATA is
operating in legacy mode.
*** On-Chip Serial ATA Setting ***
x On-Chip Serial ATA
Disabled
x Serial ATA Port0 Mode
x Serial ATA Port1 Mode
Primary Master
Primary Slave
:Move
Enter:Select
F5:Previous Values
+/-/PU/PD:Value
F10:Save
F6:Fail-Safe Defaults
ESC:Exit
F1:General Help
F7: Optimized Defaults
After you have complete the changes, press [Esc] and follow the
instructions on your screen to save your settings or exit without saving.
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Setting
Description
IDE 1,2 /SATA 1,2 IDE only
SATA only
Pri IDE+SATA
SATA+Sec IDE
IDE + SATA
IDE HDD Block
Mode
Disabled
Enabled
Only enabled IDE1,2.
Default
SATA1,2 are disabled
Only enable SATA1,2.
IDE1,2 are disabled.
IDE1 and SATA1,2 are
enabled. IDE2 is
disabled.
IDE2 and SATA 1,2 are
enable. IDE1 is disabled.
IDE1,2 AND sata1,2 are
all enabled.
Invokes multi-sector
transfer instead of one
sector per transfer. Not
all HDDs support this
function.
IDE DMA transfer Enabled
access
Disabled
Note
Default
This option allows the
Default
82801EB (ICH5)’s IDE
controller to directly
transfer data to memory
without intervention or
the CPU if enabled.
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IDE Device Controls
Setting
Description
Note
On-Chip PCI IDE
Primary
Secondary
Disabled
Turn off the on-board
IDE
Use the on-board IDE
Default
IDE
mode 0-4
Primary Master PIO
Primary Slave PIO
Secondary Master PIO
Secondary Slave PIO
IDE
Primary Master UDMA
Primary Slave UDMA
Secondary Master UDMA
Secondary Slave UDMA
Enabled
0 is the slowest speed
4 is the fastest speed
For better performance Default
and stability, we suggest
you use the Auto setting
to set the HDD control
timing.
Auto
Disabled
Auto
Select auto to auto detect Default
UDMA support, or
disabled to use
DMA/PIO.
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3-1.4 Boot Device Order
The [Boot Device Order] option allows you to change the order in which
your system scans for devices to boot from.
Note: That SATA 1 and SATA 2 are not bootable.
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Boot Device Order
First Boot Device
Second Boot Device
Third Boot Device
Boot Other Device
Floppy
IDE1/SATA1
LS120
Enabled
Item Help
Menu Level
Allows the system to skip
certain tests while booting.
This will decrease the time
needed to boot the system.
:Move
Enter:Select
F5:Previous Values
+/-/PU/PD:Value
F10:Save
F6:Fail-Safe Defaults
ESC:Exit
F1:General Help
F7: Optimized Defaults
After you have completed the changes, press [Esc] and follow the
instructions on your screen to save your settings or exit without saving.
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System Boot Control Settings
Setting
Description
First
Floppy
/Second/Third LS120
Boot Device
IDE1/SATA1
CDROM
ZIP100
Other Device
Disabled
Boot Other
Device
Note
Selects the order in
which your system scans
for devices to boot from
(First the first boot
device, then the second,
etc…). For booting from
the HighPoint 372N or
Silicon Image Sil3112
controller, set this option
to SCSI).
Disabled
Enabled
Selects if the system
should try to find any Default
other bootable devices if
the first, second and third
boot device cannot be
booted from.
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3-2 STANDARD CMOS SETUP
Select the [STANDARD CMOS SETUP] option from the Main Menu and
press [Enter] key.
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Standard CMOS Features
Date (mm:dd:yy)
Time (hh:mm:ss)
Mon, May 7 2003
2 : 30 : 20
Item Help
Menu Level
IDE Primary Master
IDE Primary Slave
IDE Secondary Master
IDE Secondary Slave
None
None
None
None
Change the day, month, year
and century.
Drive A
Floppy 3 Mode Support
1.44M, 3.5 in.
Disabled
Video
Halt On
EGA/VGA
All Errors
Base Memory
Extended Memory
Total Memory
Move
Enter : Select
F5 : Previous Values
640K
326656K
327680K
+ / - / PU / PD : Value F10 : Save ESC : Exit F1: General Help
F6 : Fail - Safe Defaults
F7 : Optimized Defaults
This screen allows you to modify the basic CMOS settings.
After you have completed the changes, press [Esc] key to return to the Main
Menu.
Date & Time
Display
Date mm/dd/yyyy
Time
hh:mm:ss
Setting
Type the current date
Please Note
You can also the
PUp/PDn keys to toggle
Type the current time
24-hour clock format
3:15 PM is displayed as
15:15:00
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Hard Disks Type & Mode
Choose the type and mode for the hard disks that you have already installed.
Primary
Setting
Description
Note
(Secondary)
Master & Slave
IDE HDD
Auto-Detection
Press
Enter
To auto-detect the HDD’s size,
head… on this channel
IDE Primary
Slave
(User Type)
Auto
BIOS detects hard disk type
Default
automatically.
User defines the type of hard disk.
Access Mode
Auto
User
None
CHS
LBA
Large
BIOS detects hard disk mode
automatically.
Normal IDE hard disk
Enhanced IDE hard disk
Large IDE hard disk (for certain
hard disk)
Default
<528MB
>528MB
Note: If you have any questions on your hard disk type or mode, ask
your hard disk provider or previous user for details.
Floppy Drives
Floppy Drives
Setting
Drives A
Floppy 3-Mode
Support
Description
360KB, 5.25 in.
1.2MB, 5.25 in.
720KB, 3.5 in.
1.44MB, 3.5 in.
2.88MB, 3.5 in.
None
Not installed
Disabled
Drive A
Supports 3-mode
floppy diskette:
740KB/1.2MB/
1.44MB on selected
disk drive.
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Note
Default
Default
Special disk
drive
commonly
used in Japan
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Setting
Description
Note
Video
EGA/VGA
CGA 40
CGA 80
MONO
(Monochrome)
Select the video mode.
Halt On
ALL Errors
No Errors
All, But Keyboard
All, But Diskette
All, But Disk/Key
When the BIOS detects system Default
errors, this function will stop the
system. Select which type of
error will cause the system halt.
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3-3 ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES
Select the [Advanced BIOS Features] option from the Main Menu and press
[Enter] key.
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Advanced BIOS Features
Virus Warning
Disabled
CPU L1 & L2 Cache
Enabled
CPU L2 Cache ECC Checking
Enabled
Boot Up Floppy Seek
Enabled
Boot Up NumLock Status
On
Gate A20 Option
Fast
Typematic Rate Setting
Disabled
Item Help
Menu Level
Allows you to choose the
VIRUS warning feature for
IDE Hard Disk boot sector
protection. If this function is
x Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec)
6
x Typematic Delay (Msec)
250
enabled and someone attempt
to write data into this area,
Security Option
Setup
BIOS will show a warning
APIC Mode
Enabled
message on screen and alarm
MPS Version Control For OS
1.1
beep.
OS Select For DRAM > 64MB
Non-OS2
HDD S.M.A.R.T. Capability
Disabled
Report No FDD For WIN 95
No
Full Screen LOGO Show
Enabled
EPA LOGO SELECT
LOGO-0
Small Logo (EPA) Show
Enabled
Move
Enter : Select
F5 : Previous Values
+ / - / PU / PD : Value F10 : Save ESC : Exit
F6 : Fail - Safe Defaults
F1: General Help
F7 : Optimized Defaults
After you have completed the changes, press [Esc] key and follow the
instructions on your screen to save your settings or exit without saving.
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Virus Warning
Setting
Virus Warning
Disabled
Enabled
Description
Allows you to choose the
VIRUS warning feature for
IDE Hard Disk boot sector
protection. If this function is
enabled and someone attempt
to write data into this area,
BIOS will show a warning
message on screen and alarm
beep. Sound a warning beep.
Cache Memory Options
Setting
Description
Note
Default
Note
CPU L1 & L2 Cache
Disabled Because the CPU is faster
Enabled than memory, the CPU after Default
has to wait to complete
memory access. By
enabling L2 caching you
will let the CPU write or
read first from a very fast
internal memory (the CPU
cache) before accessing
main memory, thereby
increasing the speed of your
system. The CPU will
automatically update main
memories from the cache.
CPU L2 Cache ECC
Checking
Enabled Allows your CPU to check Default
Disabled for ECC when transferring
data from to the L2 cache
some performance.
Boot Up Floppy Seek
Setting
Boot Up Floppy Disabled
Seek
Enabled
Description
Note
Seeks disk drives during boot up.
Disabling speeds boot up.
Default
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Boot Up NumLock Status
Setting
Boot Up
NumLock
Status
On
Description
Numeric keypad in numeric mode Default
at boot-up.
Puts numeric keypad in arrow key
mode at boot-up.
Off
Gate A20 Options
Setting
Gate A20
Options
Normal
Fast
Note
Description
A pin in the keyboard controller
controls GateA20.
Lets chipset control GateA20.
Note
Default
Typematic Settings
Setting
Description
Note
Typematic
Rate Setting
Disabled
Keystrokes repeat at a rate Default
determined by the
keyboard.
Enabled
When enabled , the
typematic rate and
typematic delay can be
selected.
The following [Typematic Rate] and [Typematic Delay] fields are active
only if [Typematic Rate Setting] is set to [Enabled]
Typematic Rate
6 (Char/sec) Choose the rate at which a Default
8 (Char/sec) character is repeated when
10 (Char/sec) holding down a key.
12 (Char/sec)
15 (Char/sec)
20 (Char/sec)
24 (Char/sec)
30 (Char/sec)
Typematic Delay
250 (msec)
500 (msec)
750 (msec)
1000 (msec)
Choose how long after
Default
you press a key down the
character begins
repeating.
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Security Option
Use this feature to prevent unauthorized system boot-up or use of BIOS
Setup. The following table describes the security settings.
Setting
Security Option Setup
System
APIC Mode
Description
If a password is set, the password
Default
prompt only appears when you attempt
to enter the BIOS Setup program.
If a password is set, prompt appears
both when entering CMOS setup and
during system POST.
Disabled Enabled the Advanced Programmable
Enabled Interrupt Controller (APIC) mode. On Default
operating systems that support it you
will have more IRQs available when
enabled.
1.1
MPS Version
Control for OS 1.4
Allows you to choose the Multi
Processor Specification (MPS)
version.
Other Control Options
Setting
Description
OS2
When using an OS2 operating
OS Select for
system.
DRAM>64MB
Non-OS2 When using another,
non-OS2 operating system.
HDD
S.M.A.R.T.
Capability
Note
Enabled Enabled this field when your HDD
Disabled supports the S.M.A.R.T. function.
Consult your HDD provider for
details.
Report No FDD Yes
For WIN 95
No
Default
Note
Default
Default
Windows will release IRQ line 6
(normally used by the Floppy Disk
Drive) after you disable your
on-board FDD and set this field to
[Yes].
Windows will reserve INT 6 for your Default
FDD, whether it is disabled or not.
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LOGO Show
Setting
Description
Note
Full Screen
LOGO Show
Disabled
Enabled
Set Enabled to Show Logo
(DRAGON).
EPA LOGO
SELECT
LOG0
LOG1
Allows user to display SOYO
Default
logo or own logo. Logo-0 shows
SOYO logo, Logo-1 shows user
logo.
Small
Logo(EPA)
Show
Disabled
Enabled
Set Enabled to Show Logo(EPA).
Default
Default
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3-4 ADVANCED CHIPSET FEATURES
Caution: Change these settings only if you are already familiar
with the Chipset.
The [Advanced Chipset Features] option changes the values of the chipset
registers. These registers control the system options in the computer.
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System BIOS Cacheable
Video BIOS Cacheable
Delay Prior to Thermal
AGP Aperture Size (MB)
Init Display First
Move
Disabled
Disabled
16 Min
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AGP
Item Help
Menu Level
Enter : Select + / - / PU / PD : Value
F5 : Previous Values
F10 : Save
F6 : Fail - Safe Defaults
ESC : Exit
F1: General Help
F7 : Optimized Defaults
After you have complete the changes, press [Esc] and follow the
instructions on your screen to save your settings or exit without saving.
The following table describes each field in the Advanced Chipset Features
Menu and how to configure each parameter.
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CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP
Setting Description
System BIOS Disabled
Cacheable
Enabled The ROM area F0000H-FFFFFH is
cacheable.
Note
Default
Video BIOS
Cacheable
Disabled
Enabled The video BIOS area at
C0000H-C7FFFH is cacheable.
Delay Prior
to Thermal
4Min
8Min
16Min
32Min
Set the time for the system to decrease
performance to avoid reaching
maximum thermal temp. Ex. If you set
Default
it to 16 minutes the system will start
decreasing the performance 16 minutes
before reaching max thermal temp.
AGP
Aperture
Size (MB)
256M
128M
64M
32M
Select the size of Accelerated Graphics
Port (AGP) aperture. The aperture is a
portion of the system memory address
Default
range dedicated for graphics memory
address space. (for when your VGA
card runs out of memory) Host cycles
that hit the aperture range are
forwarded to the memory without any
translation.
Init Display
First
PCI Slot
AGP
Choose which card – AGP Display
card or PCI VGA card – to initialize
first.
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3-5 INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS
Caution: Change these settings only if you are already familiar
with the Chipset.
The [INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS] option changes the values of the
chipset registers. These registers control the system options in the computer.
The following screen shows setup default settings.
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Integrated Peripherals
Onboard USB Device
SuperIO Device
Press Enter
Press Enter
Item Help
Menu Level
Move
Enter : Select + / - / PU / PD : Value F10 : Save
F5 : Previous Values
F6 : Fail - Safe Defaults
ESC : Exit
F1: General Help
F7 : Optimized Defaults
The following tables describe each field in the INTEGRATED
PERIPHERALS Menu and provide instructions on how to configure the
IDE controls, FDC controls, and the onboard serial and parallel ports.
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3-5.1 Onboard USB Device
This [Onboard USB Device] option changes the values of the onboard USB
controller.
The following screen shows setup default setting.
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Onboard USB Device
USB Controller
USB 2.0 Controller
USB Keyboard Support
USB Mouse Support
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Item Help
Menu Level
Move
Enter : Select + / - / PU / PD : Value F10 : Save
F5 : Previous Values
F6 : Fail - Safe Defaults
ESC : Exit
F1: General Help
F7 : Optimized Defaults
After you have completed the changes, press [Esc] and follow the
instructions on your screen to save your settings or exit without saving.
Keyboard Controls
Setting Description
USB Controller
Note
Disabled
Enabled Select Enabled if you want to use Default
your onboard Universal Serial
Bus (USB) controller and you
have USB peripherals.
USB 2.0 Controller Disabled Select Enabled if you have USB
Enabled 2.0 peripherals.
Default
USB Keyboard
Support
Disabled Select Enabled if you want to use Default
Enabled USB Keyboard in DOS.
USB Mouse
Support
Disabled Select Enabled if you want to use Default
Enabled USB Mouse in DOS.
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3-5.2 SuperIO Device
Caution: Change these settings only if your are already familiar
with the Chipset.
The [SuperIO Device] option changes the values of the Super I/O controller.
The following screen shows setup default settings.
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POWER ON Function
x KB Power ON Password
x Hot Key Power ON
Onboard FDC Controller
Onboard Serial Port 1
Onboard Serial Port 2
UART Mode Select
x UR2 Duplex Mode
Onboard Parallel Port
Parallel Port Mode
x ECP Mode Use DMA
PWRON After PWR-Fail
Game Port Address
Midi Port Address
Midi Port IRQ
:Move
Enter:Select
F5:Previous Values
BUTTON ONLY
Enter
Ctrl-F1
Enabled
3F8/IRQ4
2F8/IRQ3
Normal
Half
378/IRQ7
SPP
3
OFF
201
330
10
+/-/PU/PD:Value
Item Help
Menu Level
F10:Save
F6:Fail-Safe Defaults
ESC:Exit
F1:General Help
F7: Optimized Defaults
After you have completed the changes, press [Esc] and follow the
instructions on your screen to save your settings or exit without saving.
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Setting
Description
POWER ON Password
Function
Hot KEY
Mouse Move
Mouse Click
Any KEY
Note
Enables you to wake-up the
system by entering a password
on the keyboard.
You can wake-up the system by
pressing the key combination of
your choice (Ctrl-F1~F12).
Enables waking up the system by
pressing either the right or left
mouse button.
BUTTON-ONLY Disables the Wake-Up by
Default
Keyboard function.
Keyboard 98
Allows you to power on a system
using this type or keyboard.
If [POWER ON Function] is set to [Password]
Set the password that will wake-up your
KB Power ON Enter (your
password)
system.
Password
If [POWER ON Function] is set to [Hot Key]
Hot Key Power Ctrl-F1~F12 Choose the key combination that will
wake-up the system. [Ctrl-F1 to Ctrl-F12]
ON
Onboard FDC controller
Setting
Description
Note
Onboard FDC
controller
Disabled
Turn off the on-board
floppy controller
Use the on-board floppy Default
controller
Enabled
Onboard Serial Ports
Setting
Onboard
Serial Port 1 /
Serial Port 2
Description
Disabled
3F8/IRQ4 Choose serial port 1 & 2's I/O
address.
2F8/IRQ3 Do not set port 1 & 2 to the
same setting except for Disabled
3E8/IRQ4 or Auto.
2E8/IRQ3
Auto
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Note
Default
(port 1)
Default
(port 2)
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Onboard Serial Ports
Setting
UART Mode
Select
Description
Normal
IrDA
ASKIR
SCR
Note
Default
The second serial port offers
several special modes. It can
either work as an infrared device
(IrDA, ASKIR) or as a Smart
Card reader (SCR), or as a
normal serial port.
If [UART Mode Select] is set to [IrDA]/[ASKIR]
UR2 Duplex
Mode
Half
Full
Choose [Half] or [Duplex] to set Default
UR2 in half duplex mode or full
duplex mode respectively. Refer
to your IR device specifications
to select the suitable mode.
Onboard Parallel Ports
Setting
Onboard Parallel
Port
Disabled
378/IRQ7
3BC/IRQ7
278/IRQ5
Parallel Port Mode SPP
EPP
ECP
ECP+EPP
Description
Note
Choose the printer I/O
address.
Default
The mode depends on your Default
external device that
connects to this port.
If [Parallel Port Mode] is set to [ECP] mode
ECP Mode use
DMA
3
1
Choose DMA3
Choose DMA1
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Setting
PWRON After
PWR-Fail
Note
On
The system will switch on
when power comes back
after a power failure.
Off
The system will remain off Default
when power comes back
after a power failure.
Former-Sts The system will return to the
state it was in before the
power failure when power
returns. (i.e: If the system
was on, it will switch on
again, if it was off, it will
remain off)
Game Port Address Disabled
201
209
Midi Port Address
Description
Disabled
330
300
Set the I/O base address for
the ON board game port.
Default
Set the I/O address for the on
board Midi port here.
Default
If [Midi Port Address] is set to [330]/[300] mode
Midi Port IRQ
5
10
Select the IRQ that the
Midi port uses.
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3-6 POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP
The [POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP] sets the system's power saving
functions.
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Power Management Setup
ACPI Suspend Type
S1(POS)
x Run VGABIOS if S3 Resume Auto
Item Help
Power Management
User Define
Video Off Method
DPMS
Video Off In Suspend
Yes
Suspend Type
Stop Grant
MODEM Use IRQ
3
Suspend Mode
Disabled
HDD Power Down
Disabled
Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN
Instant-Off
Wake-Up by PCI card
Disabled
Power On by Ring
Disabled
Menu Level
x USB KB Wake-Up From S3 Disabled
Resume by Alarm
Disabled
x Date (of Month) Alarm
0
x Time (hh:mm:ss) Alarm
0:0:0
** Reload Global Timer Events **
Primary IDE 0
Disabled
Primary IDE 1
Disabled
Secondary IDE 0
Disabled
Secondary IDE1
Disabled
FDD,COM, LPT Port
Disabled
PCI PIRQ[A-D]#
Disabled
Move
Enter:Select
F5:Previous Values
+/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save
F6:Fail-Safe Defaults
ESC:Exit
F1:General Help
F7: Optimized Defaults
After you have completed the Power Management Setup, press [Esc] to
return to the Main Menu.
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Setting
Description
ACPI Suspend S1(POS)
Type
S3(STR)
S1 & S3
This item allows you select
suspend mode.
Note
Default
Run
VGABIOS if
S3 Resume
Auto
Yes
No
Some OS (win xp/2k) require Default
to load VGABIOS after resume
from S3.
Power
Management
User Define
Lets you define the HDD and Default
system power down times.
Doze
Standby Suspend HDD
timer
timer
timer
power
down
1 Hour 1 Hour 1 Hour
15 Min
1 Min
1 Min
1 Min
1 Min
Min Saving
Max Saving
Video Off
Method
Video Off In
Suspend
V/H
Sync+Blank
Blank screen
DPMS
Selects the method by which
the monitor is blanked.
Yes
No
If the CPU goes into suspend Default
mode, should the monitor also
be turned off.
Suspend Type Stop Grant
PwrOn
Suspend
MODEM Use 3
IRQ
3-11, NA
Suspend Mode Disabled
1Min-1Hour
Default
The system can wake up
through external events.
The system can only wake up
through the Power-Button.
Default
Selects which IRQ the modem Default
uses to wake up from.
Default
When the set time has elapsed,
BIOS sends a command to the
system to enter suspend Mode.
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Power Management Controls (Continue)
Setting
Description
Note
HDD Power
Down
Disabled
1-15Min
Soft-Off by
PWR-BTTN
Instant-off Turns off the system power instant
after pushing the power button.
Delay 4
Turns off the system power 4
Sec.
seconds after pushing the power
button.
Default
Wake-Up by
PCI card
Disabled
Enabled
Default
Power On by
Ring
Disabled
Enabled
When the set time has
elapsed, BIOS sends a
command to the HDD to
power down. This turns off
the HDD motor.
Default
Some older
model HDDs
may not
support this
advanced
function.
If enabled any PCI card using the
PINE signal will wake the system
up.
Default
The system will self-power on when
the modem is ringing.
USB KB Wake Disabled
Up From S3 Enabled
When Enabled, this feature allows Default
the USB KB to wake the system up
from the S3 (suspend to RAM)
state.
Disabled
Enabled
The system ignores the alarm.
Default
Set alarm to power on the system by
the date (1-31) or time (hh:mm:ss).
If the date is set to [0], the system
will self-power on by alarm
everyday at the set time.
Resume by
Alarm
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Reload Global Timer Events
Setting
Description
IDE0, IDE1
Primary
Secondary
FDD, COM, LPT
Port
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
PCI PIRQ [A-D]# Disabled
Enabled
Note
Default
In effect, the system remains
alert for anything which occurs
to a device which is configured
as Enabled.
Default
In effect, the system remains
alert for anything which occurs
to a device which is configured
as Enabled.
Default
The system monitors these
elements for activity. The
system will resume if [IRQ
activity] is detected.
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3-7 PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION SETUP
This option sets the Motherboard's PCI configuration.
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PnP/PCI Configurations
Reset Configuration Data
Resources Controlled By
x IRQ Resources
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
Assign IRQ For VGA
Assign IRQ For USB
INT Pin 1 Assignment
INT Pin 2 Assignment
INT Pin 3 Assignment
INT Pin 4 Assignment
INT Pin 5 Assignment
INT Pin 6 Assignment
INT Pin 7 Assignment
INT Pin 8 Assignment
Move
Enter:Select
F5:Previous Values
Disabled
Item Help
Auto (ESCD)
Press Enter
Menu Level
Default is 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
OS cannot boot.
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
+/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save
F6:Fail-Safe Defaults
ESC:Exit
F1:General Help
F7: Optimized Defaults
Note: Starred (*) items will disappear when the [Resources Controlled
By] option is set to [Auto].
After you have completed the PCI Slot Configuration, press [Esc] and
follow the instructions on your screen to save your settings or exit without
saving.
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PNP/PCI Configuration Controls
Setting Description
Reset
Configuration
Data
Note
Disabled Retain PnP configuration
Default
data in BIOS.
Enabled Reset PnP configuration data
in BIOS.
Resources
Controlled By
Manual
BIOS does not manage PCI/ISA PnP
card IRQ assignment.
Required to assign IRQ-# and DMA-# to PCI or
ISA PnP manually.
IRQ-3,4,5,7,9,10,11,12,14,15 assigned to: _
DMA-0,1,3,5,6,7 assigned to: _
Auto
The Plug-and-Play BIOS
Default
(ESCD) auto manages PCI/ISA PnP
card IRQ assignment
automatically.
If [Resources Controlled By] is set to [Manual]
IRQ-#
assigned to:
PCI device Choose IRQ# assigned to
PCI/ISA PnP card.
Reserved Reserved IRQ for Legacy
cards.
Default
Under this item the user can assign an IRQ to a PCI slot. However, there under
some conditions the IRQ will not be assigned as selected under this item:
1. IRQs 0, 1, 2, 6, 8, 13 can NOT be assigned, because they are fixed.
2. IRQs 5, 9, 10, 11 are available
3. IRQs 3,4,7,12,14 and 15 will only be assigned if they are free. See the table
below on how to free them:
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PNP/PCI Configuration Setup (Continued)
Setting
Description
Note
Interrupt
Line
IRQ 15
IRQ 14
How to set the BIOS to release the IRQ to the PnP Interrupt pool:
PnP / PCI configuration
Integrated Peripherals
IRQ 15: PCI / ISA PnP On-Chip Secondary PCI IDE: disabled
IRQ 14: PCI / ISA PnP On-Chip Primary PCI IDE:
disabled
Interrupt 12 will be released by the PnP
IRQ 12 IRQ 12: PCI / ISA PnP BIOS automatically if the PS/2 Mouse Port
is not used.
IRQ 7
IRQ 7:
PCI / ISA PnP Onboard parallel port: disabled
IRQ 4
IRQ 4:
PCI / ISA PnP Onboard Serial port 1: disabled
IRQ 3
IRQ 3:
PCI / ISA PnP Onboard Serial port 2: disabled
4. Your OS may reassign another interrupt to a PCI slot after BIOS passes control
to the OS, especially if you use Windows 95, 98, NT, XP or 2k.
Assign IRQ
For
VGA/USB
Enabled
BIOS will assign IRQ for VGA/USB
port.
Default
Disabled BIOS won’t assign IRQ for
VGA/USB port.
5. Your OS may reassign another interrupt to a PCI slot after BIOS passes control
to the OS, especially if you use Windows 95, 98, NT, 2k or XP.
INT Pin 1~8 Auto
Assignment
Set to Auto the BIOS will using
IRQs Automatically.
Default
MULTI I/O ADDRESSES
Default settings for multi-I/O addresses are as follows:
Port
I/O Address
IRQ
Status
LPT1
378H
7
ECP/EPP
COM1
3F8H
4
COM2
2F8H
3
Warning: If a default I/O address conflicts with other I/O cards such
as sound card, you must change one of the I/O addresses to remedy
to this address conflict. (I/O addresses can be adjusted from the
BIOS Setup Utility)
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3-8 PC HEALTH STATUS
This option sets the Motherboard's PC Health Status.
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PC Health Status
CPU Vcore
+3.3V
+5V
+12V
DRAM Voltage
AGP Voltage
CPU Temperature
CHA Temperature
1.72 V
3.21 V
5.02 V
11.77 V
2.59 V
1.53 V
46°C / 114°F
28°C / 82°F
CPUFAN1Speed
CHAFAN1 Speed
0 RPM
0 RPM
Move
Enter:Select
+/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save
F5:Previous Values
CPU Device Monitoring
Setting
Item Help
Menu Level
ESC:Exit
F1:General Help
F6:Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
Description
Note
Show the current voltage status.
CPU Vcore,
+3.3V, +5V,
+12V, DRAM
Voltage, AGP
Voltage
V
CPU
Temperature
°C/°F
Show the current status of the
CPU temperature.
CHA
Temperature
°C/°F
Show the current status of
system temperature.
CPUFAN1
Speed
RPM
Show you the current CPUFAN
operating speed.
CHAFAN1
Speed
RPM
Show you the current CHAFAN
operating speed.
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3-9 LOAD FAIL-SAFE DEFAULTS
Select the [Load Fail-Safe Defaults] option from the Main Menu to load a
pre-defined safe bios settings. This option is recommended if you have
instability issues.
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SOYO COMBO Feature
PC Health Status
Standard CMOS Features
Load Fail - Safe Defaults
Advanced BIOS Features
Load Optimized Defaults
Advanced Chipset Features
Set Supervisor Password
Integrated Peripherals
Set User Password
Power Management Setup
Save & Exit Setup
PnP/PCI Configurations
Exit Without Saving
Load Fail - Safe Defaults (Y/N)? Y
Esc : Quit
F10 : Save & Exit Setup
:
Select Item
Change CPU’s Clock & Voltage
Type [Y] to use the Setup Defaults followed by [Enter] or otherwise [N] to
return to the Main Menu and keep current values.
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3-10 LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULTS
Select the [Load Optimized Defaults] option from the Main Menu to load
the pre-defined optimized BIOS settings.
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SOYO COMBO Feature
PC Health Status
Standard CMOS Features
Load Fail - Safe Defaults
Advanced BIOS Features
Load Optimized Defaults
Advanced Chipset Features
Set Supervisor Password
Integrated Peripherals
Set User Password
Load Setup
Optimized Defaults
(Y/N)?
Power Management
Save
& ExitYSetup
PnP/PCI Configurations
Exit Without Saving
:
Esc : Quit
F10 : Save & Exit Setup
Select Item
Change CPU’s Clock & Voltage
Type [Y] to use the Setup Defaults followed by [Enter] or otherwise [N] to
return to the Main Menu and keep current values.
Warning: If you run into any problem after changing the BIOS
configuration, please load the Optimized Defaults for optimized
performance.
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3-11 SUPERVISOR PASSWORD
Based on the setting you have made in the [Security Option] of the
[Advanced BIOS Feature] section, the password prevents access to the
system or the setup program by unauthorized users. Follow this procedure to
set a new password or disable the password:
1.
Choose [Advanced BIOS Feature] in the Main Menu and press
[Enter]. Select the [Security Options] item and set the field to:
a.
[System]: The password is required every time the system is
booted. This means only a person who knows the password can
use this computer.
b.
[Setup]: The password is required only when you attempt to enter
the BIOS Setup program.
2.
Choose [SUPERVISOR PASSWORD] from the Main Menu and press
[Enter]. The following prompt appear:
Enter Password:
Warning: If you forget or lose the password, the only way to
access the system is to set jumper JP5 to clear the CMOS RAM.
All setup information is lost and you must run the BIOS setup
program again.
Note: If you do not wish to use the password function, press
[Enter] directly and the following message appears:
Password Disabled!!
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3.
Enter your new password and press [Enter]. The following message
appears, prompting to confirm the new password:
Confirm Password:
4.
Re-enter your password and then press [Enter] to exit to the Main
Menu.
This diagram outlines the password selection procedure:
Type
Typethe
thePassword
Password
and Press: <Enter>
Press:
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS Press <Enter> without
↔
Press: the password
entering
↔
CMOS SETUP UTILITYWithout entering password
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS
Enter Password:
STANDARD CMOS SETUP
BIOS FEATURES SETUP
SUPERVISOR PASSWORD
CHIPSET
FEATURES SETUP
Enter Password:
USER PASSWORD
Password Disabled!!
POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP
IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION
PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION
SAVE & EXIT SETUP
LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS
EXIT WITHOUT SAVING
∗∗∗∗∗
Confirm Password: ∗∗∗∗∗
LOAD BIOS DEFAULTS
Esc : Quit
After you confirm the password,
After you confirm
the: Select Item
↑↓→←
press <Esc> to exit
(Shift) F2 : Change Color
password, press
° to exit
F10 : Save & Exit Setup
Time, Date, Hard Disk Type…
3-12 USER PASSWORD
When the user password option is on, you are not allowed to change any
setting in the [CMOS SETUP UTILITY] except for changing the user's
password. Only the supervisor’s password will allow you to make changes
in CMOS setup.
The password setting procedure is similar to that for the [SUPERVISOR
PASSWORD] (Refer to section 3-11).
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Boot Menu
Boot Menu enables user to boot-up on different boot device without going into the BIOS
setup.
To enable boot Menu, press “ESC” after memory and option ROM (like the
HighPoint 372N BIOS) initialization, the user will see a device menu, in
which he or she can choose from which device they wish to boot.
Boot Menu
== Select a Boot First device ==
Floppy
Ls120
HDD-0
SCSI
CDROM
HDD-1
HDD-2
HDD-3
ZIP100
USB-FDD
USB-ZIP
USB-CDROM
USB-HDD
LAN
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Chapter 4
DRIVERS INSTALLATION
The SOYO-CD will Auto Run only in Windows Based Operating
Systems.
Your SY-P4I865PE Plus DRAGON 2 Motherboard comes with a CD-ROM
labeled “SOYO CD”. The SOYO CD contains
a. The user’s manual for your new motherboard in PDF format,
b. The drivers software available for installation, and
c. A database in HTML format with information on SOYO motherboards
and other products.
Step 1. Insert the SOYO CD into the CD-ROM drive
If you use Windows NT or 2000, the SOYO-CD will not detect your
motherboard type. In that case the following dialog will pop up, please choose
your motherboard and press OK. Now the SOYO-CD Start Up Menu will be
shown.
(SOYO CD Start Up Program Menu)
If you use Windows 95/98/98SE/ME, the SOYO CD Start Up Program
automatically detects which SOYO Motherboard you own and displays the
corresponding model name.
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The user's manual files included on the SOYO CD are in PDF (Postscript
Document Format). In order to read a PDF file, the appropriate Acrobat
Reader software must be installed in your system.
Note: The Start Up program automatically detects if the Acrobat Reader
utility is already present in your system, and otherwise prompts you on
whether or not you want to install it. You must install the Acrobat Reader
utility to be able to read the user's manual file. Follow the instructions on
your screen during installation, then once the installation is completed,
restart your system and re-run the SOYO CD.
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Step 2. Install Drivers and Utilities
Highlight the driver you want to install and then click ok. The Start Up
program displays the drivers available for the particular model of
Motherboard you own. We recommend that you only install those drivers
Click the Install Drivers button to display the list of drivers software that
can be installed with your Motherboard. The Start Up program displays the
drivers available for the particular model of Motherboard you own. We
recommend that you only install those drivers.
driver
revision:
Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility for Win 98SE/ME/2000/XP
Intel USB2.0 Driver for Win 98SE/ME
Intel USB2.0 Driver for Win 2000/XP (click here for installation procedure)
Davicom Onboard Lan Driver for Win 98SE/ME/2000/XP
C-MEDIA Audio Driver for Win 98SE/ME/2000/XP
P4I865PE DRAGON 2 Hardware Monitor for Win 98SE/ME/2000/XP
ITE SIM Card Reader Driver/Utility for Win 98SE/ME/2000/XP
Cancel
OK
(Driver Installation Menu)
A short description of all available drivers follows:
Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility for Win 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP
Windows operating system will not recognize the new INTEL 865PE
chipset properly. To update the necessary .inf files that will help Windows
recognize the 865PE chipset, please run this utility.
Intel USB2.0 Driver for Win 98SE/ME
This program will install the USB 2.0 driver for Windows 98SE and
Windows ME.
Davicom Onboard Lan Driver for Win 9x/ME/NT/2000/XP
This setup program will install the Driver for Davicom Onboard Lan.
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C-MEDIA Audio Driver for Win 9x/ME/2000/NT/XP
The driver supports 2/4/6 speakers 3D positional audio.
P4I865PE DRAGON 2 hardware monitor for Win 9x/ME/2000/NT/
XP
Your motherboard comes with a hardware monitoring IC. By installing this
utility Temperatures, Fan speeds and Voltages can be monitored.
ITE SIM Card reader Driver/Utility for Win 9X/ME/NT/2K/XP
Driver to support the smart card reader. You need to install this if you use
the SCR.
Select which driver you want to install and click OK, or click Cancel to
abort the driver installation and return to the main menu.
Note : Once you have selected a driver, the system will automatically exit
the SOYO CD to begin the driver installation program. When the
installation is complete, most drivers require restart or your system before
they become active.
Step 3. Check the Latest Releases
Click the 'Check the latest Releases' button to go the SOYO Website to
automatically find the latest BIOS, manual and driver releases for your
motherboard. This button will only work if your computer is connected to
the internet through a network or modem connection. Make sure to get your
internet connection up before clicking this button.
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After Windows XP installation, your device manager should look like this:
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After driver installation, your Windows XP device manager should look like
this:
Note: To install the USB 2.0 driver, please update to Windows XP service
pack 1. Check chapter 5 for more info.
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Drivers directory list in the CD driver
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Intel USB 2.0 Driver Installation
Chapter 5
INTEL USB 2.0 DRIVER INSTALLATION
For Windows XP
USB 2.0 drivers are available for download using Windows Update for
Windows XP.
For additional information regarding USB 2.0 support in Windows XP,
please visit http://www.microsoft.com/hwdev/bus/USB/default.asp
(Windows XP Service Pack1 Include USB2.0 Driver)
After installing service pack1, please do the following:
1) Go into the device manager.
2) Remove ”
”
3) Restart your system.
Next time Windows XP starts up a new USB 2.0 controller will be found.
For Windows 2000
1.Click Windows [Start], then move the mouse to stay on [Settings].
2.Click [Control Panel].
3.Double Click [System].
4.Click [Hardware] tab.
5.Click [Device Manager].
6.Right Click [ ! Universal Serial Bus(USB) Controller] under [Other
Devices], then click [Properties].
7.Click [Driver] tab.
8.Click [Update Driver].
9.Click [Next].
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10.Choose [Search for a suitable driver for my device].
11.Click [Next].
12.Choose [Specify a location] under "Optional search locations".
13.Click [Next].
14.Click [Browse] to specify the file path where the driver is, e.g. "SOYO
Dragon CD:\USB2.0\INTEL\2k\EHCI Package\".
15.Click [Next].
16.Click [Finish].
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