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Service Reference Card
HP Compaq dx6100 and dc7100 Series Personal Computers
Computer Setup Menu (Continued)
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contained herein. Intel, Pentium, Intel Inside, and the Intel logo are trademarks or registered
trademarks of the Intel Corporation and its subsidiaries in the U. S. and other countries.
Storage
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Document Number 376219-001.
Primary SATA Controller - Enable/disable.
Secondary SATA Controller - Enable/disable.
1st Edition August 2004.
DPS Self-Test - Allows execution of self-tests on ATA hard drives capable of Drive Protection System (DPS) tests.
Key Specifications
Boot Order - Allows selection of priority in the boot sequence. Each
drive may be included or excluded. May use F9 on rebooting to select a
one time boot override to a selected bootable device.
Key Specifications
Processor Type:
Option / Description
Storage
IDE Controller. Enable/disable primary IDE controller.
Options (ctd)
Intel Pentium 4 or Intel Celeron
RAM Type:
DDR PC3200 non-ECC (also supports PC2700)
Maximum RAM Supported:
up to 4 GB depending on the model [1]
Power-On Password - Enable/disable power-on password.
Expansion Bus:
PCI 2.3, PCI Express
Graphics Adapter
Integrated controller, PCI Express [2] or PCI 2.3 support
depending on model
Password Options (appears if Power-On or Setup password is set) Enable/disable password for warm boot.
Hard drive interface:
SATA
I/O Interfaces:
Serial (1 std, 1 optional), parallel (1), USB 2.0 (8),
diskette drive (1)
Security
Setup Password - Enable/disable setup (administrator) password.
Smart Cover Lock (some models) - Enable/disable Smart Cover Lock.
Embedded Security - Enable/disable Embedded Security device. Reset
device to Factory Settings.
Device Security - Enable/disable serial/parallel/USB ports, system
audio, NIC (some models).
[1] USDT supports only 3 GB RAM
[2] PCI Express not supported on USDT
Network Service Boot - Enables/disables Network Service Boot (some
models).
System Setup and Boot
System IDs - Allows setting of Asset and Ownership Tags, chassis serial
number, keyboard locale, and Universal Unique Identifier (UUID).
Basic system information regarding file, storage, security, and power configuration is maintained in the Setup Utility held in the system ROM. The Setup Utility is accessed by
pressing the F10 key as soon as the computer is turned on. If the screen prompt opportunity is
missed, a restart will be necessary.
DriveLock - Allows assignment of master or user password for MultiBay hard drive(s).
Data Execution Prevention - Enable/disable to prevent OS Security
breaches.
Master Boot Record (MBR) Security - Enable/disable MBR.
Save MBR - Saves backup copy of MBR of current bootable disk.
Computer Setup Menu
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File
Restore MBR - Restores MBR to current bootable disk.
Option / Description
System Information - Lists product name, processor type/speed/stepping, cache size, installed memory size/speed, no. channels, integrated
MAC for enabled or embedded NIC, system ROM/family name/version,
chassis serial number, and asset tracking number.
Power
Hardware Power Management - Enable/disable SATA bus and/or device
power management.
Thermal - Fan idle mode to control minmum fan speed.
About - Provides copyright information.
Set Time and Date - Allows selection of system time and date.
Replicated Setup -Allows saving to and restoring from removable
media.
Advanced
(advanced
users only)
Default Setup - Allows both saving current settings and restoring factory
settings as defaults.
Onboard Devices - Set resources for onboard devices (serial/parallel
port or diskette controller).
Ignore Changes and Exit - Exits Computer Setup without applying or
saving any changes.
PCI Devices - Lists currently installed PCI devices and IRQ settings.
Allows configuration/disabling of devices (no effect on APIC systems)
Save Changes and Exit - Saves changes to system configuration and
exits Computer Setup.
Bus Options - Enable/disable PCI bus mastering, PCI VGA palette
snooping, PCI SERR# function, and ECC on select systems.
Device Configuration - Lists all installed BIOS storage devices. The following options appear when a device is selected.
Diskette Type (legacy diskette drives only) Identifies the
highest capacity media type accepted by the diskette
drive.
Device Options - Set printer mode (bidirectional output only); Num
Lock State;Wake-up events; processor cache; unique sleep state blink
patterns; integrated video; monitor tracking; NIC PXE Option ROM
download.
Drive Emulation (IDE devices only) Selects drive type
emulation for storage
PCI VGA Configuration - Allows selection of VGA controller (if multiple PCI video controllers are installed).
Drive Type
ATAPI Zip
Drive
Emulation Options
None (treated as other), diskette
(treated as diskette drive).
Failsafe Boot Block ROM
The computer comes with a reprogrammable flash system ROM (read only memory).
ATA Hard drive None (treated as other), disk (treated
as hard drive.
NOTE: No USB device of any type will function during bootblock recovery.
Legacy
Diskette
To upgrade the ROM, you may:
a. Order an upgraded ROMPaq diskette from HP.
or
No emulation available.
IDE CD-ROM
No emulation available.
ATAPI LS-120
None (treated as other), diskette
(treated as diskette drive).
Default Values IDE/SATA
Multisector
Transfers
ATA disks only
Selects number of sectors transferred.
Options are disabled, 8, and 16.
Transfer Mode
ATA devices
only
Selects active data transfer mode.
Options are PIO 0, Max PIO,
Enhanced DMA, Ultra DMA 0, and
Max UDMA.
Translation Mode (ATA disks only) Selects translation
mode to enable the BIOS to access disks partitioned and
formatted on other systems and may be necessary for
users of older versions of Unix. Options are: Automatic,
Bit-Shift, LBA Assisted, User, and None.
NOTE: The translation mode automatically selected by
BIOS should usually not be changed.
Translation Parameters (ATA disks only) Allows you to
specify disk parameters logical cylinders (max. of 1024),
heads (max. of 256), and sectors per track (max. of 63)
used by BIOS to translate disk I/O requests. Fields are
visible and changeable only when drive translation mode
is set to User.
Storage
Options
Power-On Options - Select POST mode for QuickBoot, FullBoot, FullBoot every 1-30 days; Enable/disable POST messages; Enable/disable
option ROM prompt; Enable/disable I/O APIC mode; Select computer
state after power loss; Select wakeup boot source; Enable/disable POST
delay (for slow hard drives); Enable/disable ACPI/USB buffers; Enable/
disable NIC option ROM download; Enable/disable Hyper-threading.
BIOS Power-On - Set computer to turn on at specific time of day.
Apply Defaults and Exit - Applies currently selected default settings and
clears all passwords.
Storage
OS Power Management - Enable/disable processor voltage and frequency during run and idle times; ACPI S3 support.
Removable Media Boot. Enables/disables ability to boot
system from removable media.
Legacy Diskette Write. Enables/disables ability to write
data to legacy diskettes.
BIOS DMA Data Transfers. Allows control of BIOS I/O
requests. Enable allows read and write with DMA transfers. Disable allows read and write with PIO transfers.
SATA Emulation. Allows method of accessing SATA
controller and devices. Default is Separate IDE Controller. Option is combined IDE Controller
b. Download the latest ROMPaq images from the HP Web site (www.hp.com).
All ROM images used with HPQFlash and SSM are digitally signed to ensure authenticity and
mini-mize potential corruption. Your system ROM includes a Failsafe Boot Block that is protected during the flash process and allows the computer to be restarted in the unlikely event
of an unsuccessful ROM flash.
If the system detects an invalid system ROM during the boot sequence the system will
sound one long and three short beeps, flash the three keyboard LEDs twice, and display a
recovery mode message on the screen. To recover from the Boot Block recovery mode
complete the following steps:
1. Remove any diskettes from the diskette drive and turn off power.
2. Insert a ROMPaq diskette into the diskette drive or a bootable CDROM into an IDE CD-ROM
drive. (Bootable ISO CDs are available on the Web at www.hp.com.)
3. Turn on power to the system.
4. If a Setup password has been established, the Caps Lock LED will come on to prompt
you for the password. Enter the password.
5. A successful boot and ROM flashing (re-programming) with a ROMPaq diskette is
indicated by the three keyboard LEDs turning on and a series of beeps rising in tone.
Security Functions
The system offers independent Power-On and Setup passwords for system and data protection.
The Power-On password protects the computer from unauthorized access by prompting the user
for a password during power up. The Setup password protects the computer from unauthorized
or inadvertent re-configuration of legacy device resource settings or ROM flash upgrade by
prompting the user for a password prior to entering the Setup Utility.
To establish a password:
1.
Turn on or restart the computer. If you are in Windows, click Start > Shut Down >
Restart the computer.
2.
As soon as the computer is turned on, press and hold F10 until you enter Computer
Setup. Press Enter to bypass the title screen, if necessary. If you do not press F10
as soon as the computer starts, a restart will be necessary.
3.
Select Security, then select Setup Password or Power-On Password and follow the
instructions on the screen.
4.
Before exiting, click File > Save Changes and Exit.
Error Conditions and Messages
PS/2 Keyboard LED Indications
Security Functions (Continued)
NUM lock
LED
Caps Lock
LED
Scroll Lock
LED
To change a Power-On or Setup password:
On
Off
Off
ROMPaq diskette not present, faulty,
or drive problem
Password prompt
1.
Turn on or restart the computer. If you are in Windows, click Start > Shut Down >
Restart the Computer. Run Computer Setup (F10).
When the key icon appears, type your current password, a slash (/) or alternate delimiter character, your new password, another slash (/) or alternate delimiter character, and your
new password again as shown:
current password/new password/new password.
NOTE: Type the new password carefully since the actual characters do not appear
on the screen.
2.
Press the enter key.
The new password will take effect the next time the computer is restarted.
Off
On
Off
Blinking [1]
Blinking [1]
Blinking [1]
Blinking [1]
Blinking [2]
Blinking [2]
On [3]
On [3]
On [3]
Event
Invalid ROM and/or flash failed
Keyboard locked in network mode
Successful ROM flash
NOTES:
[1] All LEDs will blink in sync twice, accompanied by 1 long and 3 short beeps
[2] LEDs will blink in sequence (NUM, Caps, then Scroll Lock)
[3] Accompanied by rising beep tone
To delete a password using Setup:
1.
Turn on or restart the computer. If you are in Windows, click Start > Shut Down >
Restart the Computer. To delete the setup password, run Computer Setup (F10).
2.
When the key icon appears, type your current password followed by a slash (/) or
alternate delimiter character as shown. Example: currentpassword/
3.
Press the Enter key.
To delete or disable the Power On and Setup passwords:
1.
Chassis LED and Beep Messages
Power LED
# Beeps
Steady green
None
Event
S0 System on (normal operation)
Blinks green @ 0.5 Hz
None
S1 Suspend
Blinks green @ 0.5 Hz
None
S3 Suspend to RAM
Shut down (Power down) the system and disconnect the power cord from the outlet
or the system unit.
Off (clear)
None
S4 Suspend to disk
Off (clear)
None
S5 Soft off
2.
Remove the chassis cover.
Blinks red 2 times @ 1 Hz [1]
2
Processor thermal shutdown
3.
On the system board, remove the jumper on pins 1 and 2 of header E49 and place
only on pin 2.
Blinks red 3 times @ 1 Hz [1]
3
Processor not seated / installed
Blinks red 4 times @ 1 Hz [1]
4
Power supply failure
Blinks red 5 times @ 1 Hz [1]
5
Memory error
Blinks red 6 times @ 1 Hz [1]
6
Video error
Blinks red 7 times @ 1 Hz [1]
7
PCA failure
4.
Replace the chassis cover and reconnect the power cord.
NOTE: Setup password may be used in place of Power-on password to boot system.
Security Features
Feature
Purpose
How It Is
Established
Removable Media
Boot Control
Prevents booting from removable media
drives.
Setup Utilities. [1]
Serial, Parallel,
USB, or Infrared
Interface Control
Prevents data transfer through integrated
serial, parallel, USB, or infrared interface.
Setup Utilities. [1]
Power-On
Password
Prevents use of computer until password is
entered. Can apply to both initial startup
and restart.
Setup Utilities. [1]
Setup Password
Prevents reconfiguration of computer until
password is entered.
Setup Utilities. [1]
Network Server
Mode
Provides unique security features for
computer used as server.
Setup Utilities. [1]
DriveLock
Prevents unauthorized access to data on
drives supporting password protection.
Setup Utilities. [1]
8
Invalid ROM checksum (error)
Blinks red 9 times @ 1 Hz [1]
9
Wrong power supply input voltage
Blinks red10 times @ 1 Hz [1]
10
Bad option card
NOTE: Power LED blinks are repeated after a 2 second pause until issue is resolved,.
Beeps continue for 5 iterations and then stop.
Common POST Error Messages
Screen
Message
Smart
Software-controllable solenoid that, when
Cover Lock [2][3] activated, prevents unauthorized access to
chassis interior.
Setup Utilities. [1]
Smart
Cover Sensor [3]
Indicates computer cover or side panel has
been removed. Can be set to require
password for restart after cover or panel
removal.
Setup Utilities. [1]
Master Boot
Record (MBR)
Security
May prevent unintentional or malicious
changes to MBR of the current bootable
disk and provides a means of recovering
“last known” parameters.
Setup Utilities. [1]
Drive Protection
System (DPS
Diagnostic tool built into hard drives on
select models designed to discover
problems that might result in unwarranted
drive replacement.
Setup Utilities or
Diagnostics for
Windows.
Memory Change
Alerts
Detects addition or removal of memory
modules. Notifies system administrator.
Refer to Intelligent
Manageability
Guide.
Ownership Tag
Displays ownership information as defined
by system administrator during system
startup. (Protected by setup password).
Setup Utilities. [1]
Kensington
CableLock
Provision
Inhibits access to interior of computer
Requires Kensington
chassis. Can also be used to secure
cable lock accessory
computer to a fixed object for prevent theft. to secure computer
to a fixed object.
NOTES:
[1] For more information about Setup Utilities refer to the Computer Setup Guide.
[2] If for any reason the Setup utility is not accessible to unlock the Smart Cover Lock
then a FailSafe key is required to bypass the Smart Cover Lock and open the computer.
Refer to the Hardware Reference Guide on how to use the FailSafe key. To order a FailSafe key contact HP.
[3] Available on some models.
Diagnostic Functions
Diagnostic functions are provided by the Setup Utility (in system ROM) and by Diagnostics
for Windows. Diagnostics for Windows provides detailed system information including:
•
•
•
•
•
Blinks red 8 times @ 1 Hz [1]
Processor type and speed
Memory amount, mapping, and integrity
Hardware peripheral availability/settings
Hard drive type, space used/available
System identification, asset tracking
Diagnostics for Windows may be pre installed on some models and can be downloaded free of
charge from www.hp.com.
Beeps
101-Option
ROM Error
1L, 1S
102-System
Board
Failure
none
164-Memory
Size Error
2S
201-Memory
Error
Probable Cause
Recommended Action
1. System ROM
checksum error.
2. Expansion card.
3. CMOS corruption.
4. System board
1. Verify ROM, reflash if
required.
2. Remove suspected expansion
card, reboot.
3. Clear CMOS memory, reboot.
4. Replace system board.
DMA, timers
1. Clear CMOS memory.
2. Remove expansion boards.
3. Replace system board.
Incorrect memory
configuration.
1. Run Setup (F10).
2. Check DIMMs for proper
seating, proper type, and HP
compatibility.
3. Remove DIMMs singularly
and reboot to isolate faulty
DIMM.
none
RAM failure
Same as 164.
301-, 304Keyboard
Error
none
Keyboard failure.
Check keyboard connection or
keys. Replace keyboard. If 304,
possible system board problem
501-Display
Adapter
Failure
1L, 2S
Graphics controller.
1. Reseat graphics card.
2. Check monitor connection.
3. Replace graphics card.
602-Diskette
Boot Error
none
Diskette in drive A not
bootable
Remove/replace diskette.
1720SMART
Hard Drive
Detects
Imminent
Failure
none
Hard drive is about to
fail.
Run drive protection system test
if available. Check for firmware
patch for erroneous error
message.
178x, 179xHard Drive
Failure
none
Hard drive or hard
drive circuitry failure.
Run Setup or hard drive
diagnostics.
NOTES: L = long, S = short
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