SY-6IEB Mainboard

SY-6IEB Mainboard
SY-6IEB
Mainboard
User's Guide
&
Technical Reference
SOYO ™
SY-6IEB
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Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
SY-6IEB MAINBOARD LAYOUT...................................................1
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION .....................................................2
1-1
KEY FEATURES......................................................2
1-2
HANDLING THE MAINBOARD ................................5
1-3
ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE PRECAUTIONS ....5
CHAPTER 2 HARDWARE SETUP ...............................................6
2-1
PREPARATIONS .....................................................6
2-2
UNPACKING THE MAINBOARD..............................7
2-3
INSTALLATION GUIDE............................................8
CHAPTER 3 BIOS SETUP UTILITY ...........................................31
3-1
SOYO COMBO SETUP .........................................33
3-2
STANDARD CMOS SETUP ...................................37
3-3
BIOS FEATURES SETUP ......................................40
3-4
CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP ...............................45
3-5
POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP...........................49
3-6
PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION SETUP......................53
3-7
LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS .....................................56
3-8
INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS...............................57
3-9
SUPERVISOR PASSWORD ..................................61
3-10
USER PASSWORD ...............................................62
3-11
IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION ................................63
CHAPTER 4 DRIVERS INSTALLATION.....................................64
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Mainboard Layout
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SY-6IEB MAINBOARD LAYOUT
COM 2 COM 1
1
USB
ITE 8671
I/O Chipset
ISA Slot #2
ISA Slot #1
1
JP44
KB
Connector
1
PS/2 Mouse
Connector
LPT
JP10
1
3
FDC
1
1
ATX
Power
IR
1
1
1
AT Power
CPUFAN
5
Slot 1 for
R
Pentium II Processor
3
AGP Slot
SB-LINK
(PC-PCI)
Intel
82443 EX
PCI Slot #2
PCI Slot #1
PCI Slot #3
1
Intel
82371 EB
DIMM 2
_
_
SPEAKER
JP53
HDD
+ LED
1
+
Turbo
Flash
+ LED
PWRBT 1
_
Reset CHAFAN
_
Key
Lock
BIOS
DIMM 1
CMOS Clear
Jumper
3V
Lithium
Battery
IDE 2
Power
LED +
1
Flash BIOS
IDE 1
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Key Features
Ø Supports Intel Pentium® II
Ø
processors (233-333MHz) &
Celeron™ processors (266-366MHz)Ø
Ø
Ø Auto-detect CPU voltage
Ø
Ø PC97, APM, ACPI, Ultra DMA/33
Ø Power-on by modem or alarm
Ø
Ø Power-on by Keyboard
Ø
Ø SOYO COMBO Setup
Ø
Ø
Ø Supports Wake-On-LAN (WOL)
1
Supports Creative SB-LINK™ (PCPCI) for PCI audio card
1 x 32-bit AGP slot
3 x 32-bit bus mastering PCI slots
2 x USB ports
1 x IrDA port
Supports multiple-boot function
DMI utility
AT & ATX power connectors
Introduction
SY-6IEB
Chapter 1
INTRODUCTION
The SY-6IEB AGP/PCI mainboard is a high-performance Pentium®
II processor supported Baby-AT form-factor system board. SY-6IEB
uses the 82440 EX/LX Chipset technology and supports Pentium® II
class and Celeron ™processors. This mainboard is fully compatible
with industry standards and adds many technical enhancements.
1-1 KEY FEATURES
Supports Intel Pentium ® II processors (233-333MHz)
Supports Celeron ™processors (266-366MHz)
Auto-detect CPU voltage
PC97, ACPI, Ultra DMA/33
Supports system memory up to 256 Mbytes
Power-on by modem or alarm
Power-On by keyboard
SOYO COMBO Setup
Supports Wake-On-LAN (WOL)
Supports Creative SB-LINK ™(PC-PCI) for PCI audio
1 x 32-bit AGP slot
3 x 32-bit bus mastering PCI slots
2 x USB ports onboard
1 x IrDA port
Supports multiple-boot function
DMI utility
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SY-6IEB PLATFORM FEATURES
Board Size
4-layer PCB, 19x23.5cm (71/2”x91/4”),
Baby-AT Form Factor
Slot1
Slot 1 for Pentium ® II & CeleronTM Processor
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Chipset
ATX Power
CPUFAN
CHAFAN
Memory
82440 EX/LX AGP/PCI Set
20-pin Male Connector
3-pin CPU Cooling Fan Connector
3-pin Chassis Cooling Fan Connector
DIMM Bank (DIMM1~2)
Ø
Ø
Ø
BIOS
Two strips of 168-pin Unbuffered SDRAM DIMM
Supports 8/16/32/64/128MB DIMM modules in each
bank
Provides up to 256 Mbytes of main memory
Award BIOS
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Bus Controller
PCI Slots
AGP Slot
ISA Slots
Supports the following processors:
l
with 66MHz FSB:
Pentium® II 233/266/300/333 MHz
Celeron ™300A/333/366* MHz
Celeron ™266/300 MHz
Supports both boxed and non-boxed type of CPUs
Includes a CPU mount kit with retention clip
Also includes a CPU heat-sink support stand used
for heavier non-boxed type CPUs
Features Auto-detection of CPU voltage
ACPI and "Plug-and-Play" functions
Supports multiple-boot function
Onboard FLASH memory for easy upgrade
DMI utility
Compliant with v2.1 PCI specifications
3 x 32-bit Bus Mastering Slots
1 x 32-bit AGP Slot
2 x 16-bit ISA Slots
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IDE1, IDE2
FDC
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2 x 40-pin Bus Mastering E-IDE/ATAPI Ports
Ø
IDE1: Primary IDE Device Connector
Ø
IDE2: Secondary IDE Device Connector
Ø
Supports Ultra DMA/33
1 Floppy Disk Drive (FDD) Port
(Supports 1.2MB/1.44MB/2.88MB and LS120/3-mode FDD)
IR
5-pin Serial Infrared Device Header
Keylock
Reset
Speaker
TB_LED
HDD_LED
PWRBT
JP5
JP10
5-pin KeyLock Header
2-pin Reset Switch Header
4-pin PC Speaker Header
2-pin Turbo LED Header
2-pin IDE Device LED Header
ATX Power On/Off Switch 2-pin Header
CMOS Clear Jumper
Power-on by Keyboard Jumper
JP44
SBLINK ™
WOL (Wake-On-LAN) 3-pin Header
PCI Audio Card Header, (PC-PCI)
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HANDLING THE MAINBOARD
To avoid damage to your mainboard, follow these simple rules while
unpacking:
Ø Before handling the mainboard, ground yourself by grasping an
unpainted portion of the system's metal chassis.
Ø Remove the mainboard from its anti-static packaging. Hold the
Ø
mainboard by the edges and avoid touching its components.
Check the mainboard for damage. If any chip appears loose,
press carefully to seat it firmly in its socket.
Warning: Do not apply power if the mainboard appears
damaged. If there is damage to the board, contact your
dealer immediately.
1-3 ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE PRECAUTIONS
Make sure to ground yourself before handling the mainboard or
other system components. Electrostatic discharge can easily
damage the components. Note that you must take special
precautions when handling the mainboard in dry or air-conditioned
environment.
To protect your equipment from electrostatic discharge, take the
following precautions:
Ø Do not remove the anti-static packaging until you are ready to
install.
Ø 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
Ø
Ø
computer chassis.)
Frequently ground yourself while working or use a grounding
strap.
Handle the mainboard by its edges and avoid touching its
components.
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Chapter 2
HARDWARE SETUP
Congratulations on your purchase of SY-6IEB Mainboard. You are
about to install and connect your new mainboard.
Note: Do not unpack the mainboard 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.
Pentium ® II or Celeron ™processor with built-in CPU cooling
fan (boxed type).
Note: This mainboard supports non-boxed type CPUs. The
heavier CPU cooling fan requires the installation of a CPU
support stand included in the mainboard package.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
DIMM memory module
Computer case and chassis with adequate power supply unit
Monitor
PS/2 Keyboard
Pointing Device (PS/2 mouse)
Speaker(s) (optional)
Disk Drives: HDD, CD-ROM, Floppy drive …
External Peripherals: Printer, Plotter, and Modem (optional)
Internal Peripherals: Modem and LAN cards (optional)
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2-2 UNPACKING THE MAINBOARD
When unpacking the mainboard, check for the following items:
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
The SY-6IEB 82440 EX/LX AGP/PCI Mainboard
The Quick Start Guide *
The Installation CD-ROM *
The CPU Retention Set
One IDE Device Flat Cable
One Floppy Disk Drive Flat Cable
One 9-pin serial connector with 9-pin flat cable and 6-pin PS/2
mouse connector with 6-pin cable
Ø One 25-pin parallel connector with 25-pin flat cable and 9-pin
serial connector with 9-pin flat cable
* If your board comes with a driver disc and a paper manual, the Quick Start Guide
and the CD-ROM are not included in the package.
Warning: Do not unpack the mainboard from its anti-static
packaging until you are ready to install it.
Like most electronic equipment, your mainboard 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 mainboard carefully, holding it by the edges.
You are now ready to start the installation.
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2-3 INSTALLATION GUIDE
We will now begin the installation of the mainboard. Please follow
the step-by-step procedure designed to lead you to a complete and
correct installation.
Warning: Turn off the power to the mainboard, system chassis, and
peripheral devices before performing any work on the mainboard or
system.
BEGIN THE INSTALLATION
Step 1. CPU Installation
Your SY-6IEB mainboard comes with a CPU retention set kit. The
retention set is used to hold the Pentium ® II processor attached to
the Slot 1 CPU connector on the mainboard.
Follow these instructions to install your Pentium ® II processor
correctly.
1. Unpack the Retention Set Kit
Gather all of the items included in the retention set kit, as shown in
the following figure.
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Supporting Base
Support Clip
Latches (x2)
Screws (x2)
Retention Clip
2. Position the Mainboard
Locate Slot 1 on the mainboard and position the board in the
direction as shown in the following figure:
Slot 1
ATX Power
Heat Sink
CPUFAN Power
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3. Insert the Screws
Install the two pairs of screws used to set the retention clip in the two
pairs of holes at both ends of Slot 1. Insert the screws from below
the mainboard upward, as shown in the figure below.
4. Install the Supporting Base
Insert the supporting base into the two holes adjacent to the two
sets of screws previously installed.
Pay special attention to the directionality provided by the larger pinhole on the AGP port side. Do not apply excessive force when
inserting the supporting base. If the supporting base does not go in,
check the orientation with the following figure and position the
supporting base so as to match the larger pinhole.
Larger Pin-hole
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5. Install the Retention Clip
Set the retention clip centered on Slot 1 and right on top of the two
sets of screws along side Slot 1, as shown in the following figure.
Then tighten the four screws on the retention clip.
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6. Install the CPU
Insert the CPU into the retention clip and lock the two latches on the
sides of the CPU to secure the Pentium ® II processor in place, as
shown in the following figures.
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7. Install the Support Clip
Insert the support clip on the supporting base so that the CPU heat
sink can seat on top of the supporting base, as shown in the
following figure.
8. Insert the Latches
Insert the two latches in the corresponding pinholes on the
supporting base and then turn them 90 degrees to secure the CPU,
as shown in the following figure.
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Step 2. CPU Fan Installation
Your Pentium ® II 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.
Step 3. SDRAM Memory Module Installation
This mainboard features 2 x DIMM Banks for 168-pin 3.3V
unbuffered DIMM modules.
1
Flash BIOS
DIMM1 DIMM2
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Your board comes with two DIMM sockets, providing support for up
to 256MB of main memory using DIMM modules from 8MB to
128MB with no restriction on memory configuration. Therefore, you
can install memory modules in any combination.
Memory Configuration
MEMORY
CONFIGURATION
DIMM Banks
DIMM 1
DIMM 2
RAM Type
EDO/SDRAM
EDO/SDRAM
RAM Module Size (MB)
8/16/32/64/128
8/16/32/64/128
Note : There are two types of DIMM modules with different
operating voltages: 3.3V and 5.0V. Please note that only
3.3V EDO DIMM modules can be used on this mainboard.
Step 4. IDE Device Installation (HDD, CD-ROM)
This mainboard offers two primary and secondary IDE device
connectors (IDE1, IDE2.) It can support up to four high-speed HDD
or CD-ROM.
Connect one side of the 40-pin flat cable to the IDE device (HDD or
CD-ROM) and plug the other end to the primary (IDE1) or secondary
(IDE2) directionally keyed IDE connector on the mainboard.
This mainboard can support up to four HDDs.
Step 5. Floppy Drive Installation
The system supports 5 possible floppy drive types: 720 KB, 1.2 MB,
1.44 MB, 2.88 MB, and LS-120. In addition, this mainboard 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 to the floppy drive connector on the mainboard.
This mainboard can support up to 2 floppy drives.
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Step 6. Front Panel Connections
FlashTurbo
BIO
S
_
_
Key
Lock
HDD
+ LED
+ LED
1
+
_
SPEAKER
PWRBT
Flash BIOS
_
Power
LED +
Reset
Plug the computer case's front panel devices to the corresponding
headers on the mainboard.
1. Power LED & KeyLock
Plug the Power LED cable into the 5-pin Keylock header.
Some systems may feature a KeyLock function with a front panel
switch for enabling or disabling the keyboard. Connect the KeyLock
switch to the 5-pin Keylock header on the mainboard.
Please install according to the following pin assignment: pin 1,3 are
for Power LED and pin 4,5 are for Keylock.
2. Reset
Plug the Reset push-button cable into the 2-pin Reset header on the
mainboard. Pushing the Reset button on the front panel will cause
the system to restart the boot-up sequence.
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3. Speaker
Attach the 4-pin PC speaker cable from the case to the Speaker
header on the mainboard.
4. Turbo LED
Connecting the 2-pin Turbo LED cable to the corresponding Turbo
LED header will cause the LED to light whenever the system is in
Turbo mode.
The manufacturer has permanently set this mainboard in Turbo
mode due to most hardware and software compliance to turbo
mode.
5. IDE LED
Attach the 2-pin IDE device LED cable to the corresponding IDE
LED header on the mainboard. This will cause the LED to lighten
when an IDE (HDD, CD-ROM) device is active.
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.
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Step 7. External Peripherals Connections
External devices such as the keyboard, printer, PS/2 mouse,
modem, USB can be connected to the Mainboard. Normally, you
can not plug your devices directly onto the Mainboard, except for the
keyboard that plugs directly into the back panel KB connector.
For other serial (PRT1) and parallel devices (COM1, COM2), first
install the external connectors that come with your Mainboard on the
computer case, then plug the other end of the flat cable to their
respective connectors.
Only after you have fixed and locked the Mainboard and external
connectors 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 or
flat cable to.
1
Flash BIOS
COM2 COM1
1
USB
LPT
KB
Connector
1
PS/2 Mouse
Connector
FDC
1
1
1
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1. Serial Ports COM1/COM2
External Devices that use the COM ports include serial mice and
modems. The COM port connectors are located on 2 separate
brackets, as shown on the figure below. Please plug their respective
10 pin flat cable connectors into the COM1 and COM 2 serial port
connectors on the mainboard.
The bracket should be fixed to one of the slots at the back of the
computer case using a screw, after having finished this you can plug
any serial device into the back panel connectors.
9-pin serial
flat cables (2x)
COM 2 COM 1PS/2 Mouse
Connector
1
1
KB
Connector
PRT 1
1
1
FDC
9-pin male external
serial connector (2x)
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Parallel Port PRT1
This parallel port is used to connect the printer or other parallel
devices.
Your Mainboard comes with one 25-pin female external parallel
connector with 25-pin flat cable.
Plug the 25-pin end of the flat cable into the PRT1 parallel connector
on the Mainboard, as shown in the figure below, then fix the bracket
to one of the slots at the back of the computer case using a screw.
After having finished this you can plug any parallel device into the
back panel connectors.
25-pin parallel
flat cable
COM 2 COM 1
1
1
PS/2 Mouse
Connector
25-pin female external
parallel connector
KB
Connector
KB
Connector
FDC
1
PRT
1
AT Keyboard
Plug the keyboard jack directly into the 5-pin female AT keyboard
connector located at the rear panel of the Mainboard.
AT Keyboard
Connector
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PS/2 Mouse
Attach the mouse cable to the 6-pin male PS/2 mouse connector on
the Mainboard to enable PS/2 mouse function.
PS/2 MouseKB
Connector
COM 2 COM 1 Connector
1
1
KB
Connector
PRT
1
FDC
1
Universal Serial Bus (USB)
This mainboard provides a dual-row 10-pin header (one pin is empty)
to support two USB ports for your additional devices. Attach the
USB cable (Optional) to this header as shown in the diagram below.
The USB cable has two USB ports mounted on a bracket.
USB
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Step 8. Other Connections
1. Wake-On-LAN (WOL)
Attach the 3-pin connector from the LAN card which supports the
Wake-On-LAN (WOL) function to the JP44 header on the mainboard.
This WOL function lets users wake up the connected computer
through the LAN card.
Please install according to the following pin assignment:
Wake-On-LAN
JP44 Pin Assignment
5VSB
GND
MP - Wake-up
1 2 3
2. Infrared (IR)
Plug the 5-pin infrared device cable to the IR header. This will
enable the infrared transfer function. This mainboard meets both the
ASKIR and HPSIR specifications.
Please install according to the following pin assignment:
Infrared (IR) Header
IR Pin Assignment
IRTX
5
GND
4
IRRX
3
2
VCC
1
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Step 9. Cooling Fan Installation
1. CPU Cooling Fan
After you have seated the CPU properly on the processor, attach the
3-pin fan cable to the CPUFAN connector on the mainboard. The fan
will stop when the system enters into Suspend Mode. (Suspend
mode can be enabled from the BIOS Setup Utility, [POWER
MANAGEMENT] menu.)
To avoid damage to the system, install according to the following pin
assignment:
2. Chassis Cooling Fan
Some chassis also feature a cooling fan. This mainboard 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:
Chassis Cooling Fan
CHAFAN Pin Assignment
3
NC
2
12V
1
GND
Note: CPURFAN must be installed for this mainboard,
CHAFAN is optional.
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Step 10. AGP VGA Card
Insert the AGP VGA card into the AGP slot. Then connect the
monitor information cable to the AGP card back plane external
connector.
Follow the manufacturer's instructions to perform the AGP VGA
drivers installation.
Other Display Cards: Insert other types of VGA cards into the PCI
or ISA expansion slots according to card specifications.
Step 11. PCI Audio Card
Some PCI soundcards require a PC-PCI DMA channel. Attach the
5-pin cable from your creative sound blaster PCI audio card to the
SB-LINK ™header on the mainboard. The SB-LINK ™will forward
requests for legacy DMA channel to the PCI Bus.
Step 12. ATX Power Supply
If you are using ATX power, plug the connector from the power
directly into the 20-pin male ATX PW connector on the mainboard,
as shown in the following figure.
ATX Power
1
Flash BIOS
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Warning: Follow these precautions to preserve your
mainboard from any remnant currents when connecting to
ATX power supply:
Turn off the power supply and unplug the power cord
of the ATX power supply before connecting to ATX PW
connector.
The mainboard requires a power supply with at least 200 Watts and
a "power good" signal. Make sure the ATX power supply can take at
least 720 mA* load on the 5V Standby lead (5VSB) to meet the
standard ATX specification.
* Note: If you use the Wake-On-LAN (WOL) or Power-on by
keyboard function, make sure the ATX power supply can
support at least 720 mAmp on the 5V Standby lead (5VSB).
Please install the ATX power according to the following pin
assignment:
ATX Power
3.3V
-12V
GND
PS-ON
GND
GND
GND
-5V
5V
5V
3.3V
3.3V
GND
5V
GND
5V
GND
PW-0K
5VSB
12V
Ø
Pay special care to the directionality.
Step 13. AT Power Supply
If you are using AT power, plug the dual 6-pin headers from the
power directly into the 12-pin male AT Power connector on the
mainboard. Make sure the black leads of the 6-pin AT power
headers are in the center.
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Step 14. CMOS Clearing (JP5)
After you have turned off your computer, clear the CMOS memory
by momentarily shorting pins 2-3 on jumper JP5, for a few seconds.
Then restore JP5 to the initial 1-2 jumper setting in order to recover
and retain the default settings.
After you have turned off your computer, clear the CMOS memory by
momentarily shorting pin 2-3 on jumper JP5 for at least 5 seconds. Then
permanently short pin 1-2 to retain new settings.
Jumper JP5 can be easily identified by its white colored cap.
CMOS
Clearing
JP5
Setting
Retain CMOS Data
Short pin 1-2 to
retain the new
CMOS settings.
1
2 3
Clear CMOS Data
Short pin 2-3 for
at least 5 seconds
to clear the CMOS.
1
2
3
Note: You must unplug the ATX power cable from the ATX power
connector when performing the CMOS Clear operation.
Step 15. Power-on by Keyboard Jumper (JP10)
You can choose to enable the Power-on by Keyboard function by
shorting pin 1-2 on jumper JP10, otherwise, short pin 2-3 to disable
this function.
Wake-Up by
PS/2 Keyboard
JP10 Setting
Enable
Disable
Short pin 1-2 to enable
the Wake-Up by
Keyboard function.
Short pin 2-3 to disable
the Wake-Up by
Keyboard function.
1
2
3
1
2
3
Note: When using the Power-on by Keyboard function, please
make sure the ATX power supply can take at least 720mA load on
the 5V Standby lead (5VSB) to meet the standard ATX specification.
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Step 16. Power On
You have now completed the hardware installation of your
mainboard 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.
Repeat this operation until you get the following screen.
3. The BIOS Setup screen appears:
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS
CMOS SETUP UTILITY
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
SOYO COMBO SETUP
INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS
STANDARD CMOS SETUP
SUPERVISOR PASSWORD
BIOS FEATURES SETUP
USER PASSWORD
CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP
IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION
POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP
SAVE & EXIT SETUP
PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION
EXIT WITHOUT SAVING
LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS
↑ ↓ → ← : Select Item
Esc : Quit
F10 : Save & Exit Setup
(Shift) F2 : Change Color
Time, Date, Hard Disk Type…
Step 17. Quick BIOS Setup
This mainboard does not use any hardware jumpers to set the CPU
frequency. Instead, CPU settings are software configurable with the
BIOS [SOYO COMBO SETUP]. The [SOYO COMBO SETUP]
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menu 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 display on screen. Follow these steps to configure the CPU
settings.
1. Select [LOAD SETUP DEFAULT]
Select the “LOAD SETUP DEFAULT” menu and type “Y” at the
prompt to load the BIOS optimal setup.
2. Select [STANDARD CMOS SETUP]
Set [Date/Time] and [Floppy drive type], then set [Hard Disk Type] to
“Auto”.
3. Select [SOYO COMBO SETUP]
Move the cursor to the [CPU Speed] field to set the CPU working
frequency, as shown in the following display.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS
SOYO COMBO SETUP
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
CPU Speed
CPU Ratio
CPU Frequency
: 233Mhz(66*3.5)
: x 3.5
: 66 MHz
Boot Sequence
: A, C, SCSI
Quick Power On Self Test
: Enabled
CPU Speed
CPU Ratio
CPU Frequency
POWER ON Function
KB Power ON Password
Hot Key Power ON
Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN
Power-On by Ring/LAN
Power-On by Alarm
: BUTTON ONLY
: Enter
: Ctrl-F1
: 233Mhz(66*3.5)
: Instant-Off
: Enabled
: x 3.5
: Disabled
ESC : Quit
F1 : Help
: 66 MHz
F5 : Old Values
F6
F7
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↑ ↓ → ← : Select Item
PU/PD/+/- : Modify
(Shift) F2 : Color
: Load BIOS Defaults
: Load Setup Defaults
Hardware Setup
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Available [CPU Speed] settings on your SY-6IEB Mainboard are
detailed in the following table. If you set this field to [Manual], you
are then required to fill in the next two consecutive fields: (1) the
CPU Ratio, and (2) the CPU Frequency.
CPU Speed
233MHz (66x3.5)
266MHz (66x4.0)
300MHz (66x4.5)
333MHz (66x5.0)
366MHz (66x5.5)
Select the working frequency of
your Pentium ® II processor
among these preset values.
Note:
Mark the checkbox
that corresponds to the working
frequency of your Pentium ® II
processor in case the CMOS
configuration should be lost.
4. Select [SAVE & EXIT SETUP]
Press <Enter> to save the new configuration to the CMOS memory,
and continue the boot sequence.
Troubleshooting at First Start
l
What should I do if the mainboard refuses to start?
The 350MHz setting is used as default so whenever the BIOS
settings are erased or reset, the board will be able to boot up.
If the CPU speed was set too high and the mainboard refuses to
start up, you can always load the default values by pressing the [Ins]
key during boot up.
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Step 18. Power Off
There are two possible ways to turn off the system:
1. Use the Shutdown command in the Start Menu of Windows
95/98 to turn off your computer.
2. Press the mechanical power-button and hold down for over 4
seconds, to shutdown the computer. If you press the powerbutton for less than 4 seconds, then your system will enter into
Suspend Mode.
You are now ready to configure your system with the BIOS setup
program. Go to Chapter 3: BIOS SETUP
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Chapter 3
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
This mainboard's BIOS setup program uses the ROM PCI/ISA 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.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS
CMOS SETUP UTILITY
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
SOYO COMBO SETUP
INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS
STANDARD CMOS SETUP
SUPERVISOR PASSWORD
BIOS FEATURES SETUP
USER PASSWORD
CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP
IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION
POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP
SAVE & EXIT SETUP
PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION
EXIT WITHOUT SAVING
LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS
↑ ↓ → ← : Select Item
Esc : Quit
F10 : Save & Exit Setup
(Shift) F2 : Change Color
Time, Date, Hard Disk Type…
Selecting items
l
Use the arrow keys to move between items and select fields.
l
From the Main Menu press arrow keys to enter the selected
submenu.
Modifying selected items
l
Use the [Up]/[Down] keys to modify values within the selected
fields. Some fields let you enter values directly.
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Hot Keys: Function keys give you access to a group of commands
throughout the BIOS utility.
Function
F1
Shift F2
F5
Command
Description
Help
Gives the list of options available for each item.
Color
Change the color of the display window.
Old values
Restore the old values. These are the values that
the user started the current session with.
Loads all options with the BIOS Setup default
values.
Loads all options with the Power-On default values.
Load BIOS
Defaults
Load Setup
Defaults
Save & Exit
Setup
Quit
F6
F7
F10
[Esc]
Saves your changes and reboots the system.
Lets you return at anytime and from any location to
the Main Menu.
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
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
A R D
P C I/IS A
Type [Y] to save the
U T IL I T Y
S O F T W A R E , IN C .
IN T E G R A T E D
P E R IP H E R A L S
S U P E R V IS O R
S E T U P
F E A T U R E S
B IO S
S E T U P
S E T U P
U S E R
S E T U P
P A S S W O R D
P A S S W O R D
SAVE to CMOS and EXIT (Y/N)? _
M A N A G E M E N T
ID E
S E T U P
H D D
P N P /P C I C O N F IG U R A T I O N
S A V E
L O A D
S E T U P
E X IT
L O A D
B IO S
D E F A U L T S
: Q u it
F 1 0
: S a v e
A U T O
E X I T
D E T E C T IO N
S E T U P
W I T H O U T
S A V IN G
D E F A U L T S
↑
E s c
&
&
E x it S e t u p
↓
→
( S h i f t )
T im e ,
D a t e ,
H a r d
D i s k
←
: S e le c t
F 2
: C h a n g e
I t e m
changes and exit or [N] to
return to the Main Menu
and keep current values.
C o lo r
T y p e …
EXIT WITHOUT SAVING
Selecting the [EXIT WITHOUT SAVING] option allows you to
abandon all data and exit setup, therefore ignoring all your changes.
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
S E T U P
S E T U P
F E A T U R E S
B IO S
U T I L I T Y
IN C .
IN T E G R A T E D
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
P C I/IS A
S E T U P
S O F T W A R E ,
S E T U P
U S E R
ID E
P A S S W O R D
P A S S W O R D
H D D
A U T O
Quit Without Saving (Y/N)? _
P N P / P C I C O N F IG U R A T IO N
S A V E
L O A D
S E T U P
E X IT
L O A D
B I O S
D E F A U L T S
&
E X I T
S E T U P
W IT H O U T
Type [Y] to abandon
changes and exit or [N] to
D E T E C T IO N
S A V IN G
return to the Main Menu
D E F A U L T S
E s c
: Q u it
F 1 0
: S a v e & E x it S e t u p
↑
↓
→
←
(Shift) F2
: S e l e c t I t e m
: C h a n g e C o l o r
Tim e , D a t e , H a r d D i s k T y p e …
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and keep current values.
BIOS Setup Utility
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3-1 SOYO COMBO SETUP
This mainboard does not use any hardware jumpers to set the CPU
frequency. Instead, CPU settings are software configurable with the
BIOS [SOYO COMBO SETUP].
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS
SOYO COMBO SETUP
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
CPU Speed
CPU Ratio
CPU Frequency
: 233Mhz(66*3.5)
: x 3.5
: 66 MHz
Boot Sequence
: A, C, SCSI
Quick Power On Self Test
: Enabled
POWER ON Function
KB Power ON Password
Hot Key Power ON
Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN
Power-On by Ring/LAN
Power-On by Alarm
: BUTTON ONLY
: Enter
: Ctrl-F1
: Instant-Off
: Enabled
: Disabled
ESC
F1
F5
F6
F7
: Quit
↑ ↓ → ← : Select Item
: Help
PU/PD/+/- : Modify
: Old Values (Shift) F2 : Color
: Load BIOS Defaults
: Load Setup Defaults
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 SETUP]
option from the main menu and press the <Enter> key.
The [SOYO COMBO SETUP] menu combines the main parameters
that you need to configure, all in one menu, for a quick setup in
BIOS.
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3-1.1 Quick CPU Speed Settings
Quick CPU
Setting
Description
Speed Settings
CPU Speed
Manual
166MHz (66 x 2.5)
200MHz (66 x 3)
(*Default) 233MHz (66 x 3.5)
266MHz (66 x 4)
300MHz (66 x 4.5)
333MHz (66 x 5)
Note
Select the working
frequency of your
Pentium ® II processor
among these preset
values.
Note: Setting this field to
[Manual] requires you to
fill in the next two
consecutive fields: (1) the
CPU Ratio, and (2) the
CPU Frequency.
366MHz (66 x 5.5)
If [CPU Speed] field is set to [Manual]
CPU Ratio
After you have selected the host clock, choose the
right multiplier for the CPU. Options are: [2, 2.5, 3.,
3.5, 4, 4.5, 5, 5.5]. The CPU frequency is then
defined as [host clock freq.]x[multiplier], and should
the working frequency of your Pentium ® II processor.
If [CPU Speed] field is set to [Manual]
CPU Frequency 50 MHz
Select the host clock of your Pentium ®
II processor among these values.
60 MHz
Note: For the EX/LX chipset, 66
66 MHz
MHz host clock frequency is
acceptable. However, the system
68 MHz
stability is not guaranteed for
75 MHz
other frequencies due to the
83 MHz
limitations of this chipset.
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3-1.2 System Boot Control Settings
System Boot
Setting
Description
Control Settings
Boot Sequence A, C, SCSI
C, A, SCSI
C, CDROM, A
CDROM, C, A
D, A, SCSI
E, A, SCSI
F, A, SCSI
SCSI, A, C
SCSI, C, A
C only
LS/ZIP, C
Quick Power On Disabled
Self Test
Enabled
Note
Choose the boot
sequence adapted to
your needs, for example:
l [A, C, SCSI] means
the BIOS will look for an
operating system first in
drive A, then in drive C,
and eventually in SCSI
device.
Provides a fast POTS at Default
boot-up.
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3-1.3 Power Management
PM Events Setting
Description
Note
POWER ON BUTTON-ONLY Disables the Wake-Up by
Default
Function
Keyboard function.
KB Power ON Enables you to wake-up the
Password
system by entering a
password at the keyboard.
Hot Key
You can wake-up the system
by pressing the key
combination of your choice
(Ctrl-F1~F12).
If [POWER ON Function] is set to [KB Power ON Password]
KB Power ON Enter (your
Set the password that will wake-up
Password
password)
your system.
If [POWER ON Function] is set to [Hot Key]
KB Power ON Ctrl-F1~F12 Choose the key combination that will
Password
wake-up the system. [Ctrl-F1 to CtrlF12]
Soft-Off by
PWR-BTTN
Instant-off
Default
Delay 4 Sec. Turns off the system power 4
seconds after pushing the
power button.
Power-On by Disabled
Ring/LAN
Enabled
Power-On by Disabled
Alarm
Enabled
Default
The system will self-power on
me when the modem is
ringing.
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 selfpower on by alarm everyday
at the set time.
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3-2 STANDARD CMOS SETUP
Select the [STANDARD CMOS SETUP] option from the Main Menu
and press [Enter] key.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS
STANDARD CMOS SETUP
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
Date (mm:dd:yy)
: Wed, August 26 1998
Time (hh:mm:ss)
: 11 : 30 : 33
HARD DISKS
Primary Master
Primary Slave
Secondary Master
Secondary Slave
PRECOMP
LANDZ
SECTOR
MODE
: AUTO
TYPE
SIZE
0
CYLS HEAD
0
0
0
0
0
AUTO
: None
0
0
0
0
0
0
----
: None
0
0
0
0
0
0
----
: None
0
0
0
0
0
0
----
Drive A : 1.44M, 3.5 in.
Drive B : None
Floppy 3 Mode Support : Disabled
Video : EGA/VGA
Halt On : All Errors
Esc : Quit
↑↓→←
F1
: Help
(Shift) F2
Base Memory:
Extended Memory:
Other Memory:
Total Memory:
: Select Item
: Change Color
PU/PD/+/F3
640K
3328K
128K
4096K
: Modify
: Toggle Calendar
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.
3-2.1 Date & Time
Display
Setting
Please Note
Date mm/dd/yyyy Type the current date You can also the
PUp/PDn keys to
toggle
Time
hh:mm:ss
Type the current time 24-hour clock format
3:15 PM is displayed
as 15:15:00
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3-2.2 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
Type
Auto
User
BIOS detects hard disk type
automatically.
User defines the type of hard
disk.
Default
None
Mode
Auto
BIOS detects hard disk mode Default
automatically.
Normal Normal IDE hard disk
<528MB
LBA
Enhanced IDE hard disk
>528MB
Large Large IDE hard disk (for certain
hard disk)
Note: If you have any questions on your hard disk type or
mode, ask your hard disk provider or previous user for details.
3-2.3 Floppy Drives
Floppy Drives Setting
Drives A & B
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
Floppy 3-Mode Disabled
Support
Drive A
Drive B
Both
Note
Default
Default
Supports 3-mode Special disk
floppy diskette:
drive commonly
740KB/1.2MB/
used in Japan
1.44MB on
selected disk drive.
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3-2.4 Video
Select the video mode: EGA/VGA (Default), CGA 40, CGA 80,
Mono (Monochrome).
3-2.5 Halt On
When the BIOS detects system errors, this function will stop the
system. Select which type of error will cause the system halt: All
Errors (Default), No Errors, All But Diskette, All But Keyboard, All
But Disk/Key.
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3-3 BIOS FEATURES SETUP
Select the [BIOS FEATURES SETUP] option from the Main Menu
and press [Enter] key.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS
BIOS FEATURES SETUP
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
Virus Warning
CPU Internal Cache
External Cache
Swap Floppy Drive
Boot Up NumLock Status
Boot Up System Speed
Typematic Rate Setting
Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec)
Typematic Delay (Msec)
Security Option
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
Assign IRQ for VGA
OS Select for DRAM > 64MB
HDD S.M.A.R.T. capability
Report No FDD For WIN 95
: Disabled
: Enabled
: Enabled
: Disabled
: On
: High
: Disabled
:6
: 250
: Setup
: Disabled
: Enabled
: Non-OS2
: Disabled
: Yes
Video
BIOS Shadow
C8000-CBFFF Shadow
CC000-CFFFF Shadow
D0000-D3FFF Shadow
D4000-D7FFF Shadow
D8000-DBFFF Shadow
DC000-DFFFF Shadow
ESC : Quit
F1
: Help
F5
: Old Values
F6
F7
: Enabled
: Disabled
: Disabled
: Disabled
: Disabled
: Disabled
: Disabled
↑ ↓ → ← : Select Item
PU/PD/+/- : Modify
(Shift) F2 : Color
: Load BIOS Defaults
: Load Setup 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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3-3.1 Virus Warning
Setting
Virus Warning Disabled
Enabled
Description
Enable this option to protect
the boot sectors and
partition tables of your hard
disk. Any attempt to write to
them will the system to halt
and display a warning
message.
3-3.2 Cache Memory Options
Setting
Description
CPU Internal
Disabled
Cache
Enabled Enables the CPU's internal
cache.
External Cache Disabled
Enabled
Enables the external
memory.
3-3.3 System Boot Control Settings
System Boot
Setting
Description
Control Settings
Swap Floppy
Drive
Note
Default
Disabled
Enabled Changes the sequence of
A and B drives.
Note
Default
Default
Note
Default
Boot Up
On
NumLock Status
Off
Puts numeric keypad in
Default
NumLock mode at boot-up.
Puts numeric keypad in
arrow key mode at boot-up.
Boot Up System High
Speed
Low
Selects the operating
speed at boot-up.
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3-3.4 Typematic Settings
Typematic
Setting
Settings
Typematic
Rate Setting
Disabled
Enabled
Typematic Rate
6 (Char/sec)
8 (Char/sec)
10 (Char/sec)
12 (Char/sec)
15 (Char/sec)
20 (Char/sec)
24 (Char/sec)
30 (Char/sec)
Description
Note
Default
Enables to adjust the
keystroke repeat rate.
The following [Typematic Rate] and [Typematic Delay] fields are
active only if [Typematic Rate Setting] is set to [Enabled]
Typematic Delay 250 (msec)
500 (msec)
750 (msec)
1000 (msec)
Choose the rate at which Default
a character is repeated
when holding down a
key.
Choose how long after Default
you press a key down the
character begins
repeating.
3-3.5 Security Option
Use this feature to prevent unauthorized system boot-up or use of
BIOS Setup. The following table describes the security settings.
Setting
Description
Security Option System Each time the system is booted, the
password prompt appears.
Setup If a password is set, the password
prompt only appears when you attempt
to enter the BIOS Setup program.
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3-3.6 Other Control Options
Other Control Setting
Options
Description
PCI/VGA
Disabled
Palette Snoop Enabled
The color of the monitor may be altered
when using an MPEG card. Enable this
option to restore the monitor's normal
color.
Assign IRQ
For VGA
Disabled
Enabled
OS Select for
DRAM>64MB
OS2
HDD
S.M.A.R.T.
capability
Disabled
Enabled
Report No
FDD For WIN
95
Yes
Use this default setting.
Note
Default
Default
When using an OS2 operating
system.
Non-OS2 When using another,
Default
non-OS2 operating system.
No
Default
Enable this field when your
HDD supports the S.M.A.R.T.
function.
Consult your HDD provider for
details.
Windows will release IRQ line Default
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 FDD, whether it is
disabled or not.
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Other Control Options (continued)
Other Control Setting
Description
Options
Video BIOS
Shadow
Note
Disabled
Enabled
Default
The BIOS is shadowed in a 16K segment
if it is enabled and if it has BIOS present.
These 16 segments can be shadowed
from ROM to RAM. BIOS shadow copies
BIOS code from slower ROM to faster
RAM. BIOS can then execute from RAM.
C8000-CBFFF/ Disabled
CC000-CFFFF/ Enabled
D0000-D3FFF/
D4000-D7FFF/
D8000-DBFFF/
DC000-DFFFF/
Shadow
Default
The ROM data at the specified
address range will be copied
to RAM.
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3-4 CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP
Caution: Change these settings only if you are already
familiar with the Chipset.
The [CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP] option changes the values of
the chipset registers. These registers control the system options in
the computer.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS
CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
Auto Configuration
DRAM Speed Selection
MA Wait State
EDO RAS# To CAS# Delay
EDO RAS# Precharge Time
EDO DRAM Read Burst
EDO DRAM Write Burst
CPU-To-PCI IDE Posting
System BIOS Cacheable
Video BIOS Cacheable
Video RAM Cacheable
8 Bit I/O Recovery Time
16 Bit I/O Recovery Time
Memory Hole At 15M-16M
Passive Release
Delay Transaction
AGP Aperture Size (MB)
SDRAM RAS-to-CAS Delay
SDRAM RAS Precharge Time
SDRAM CAS latency Time
: Enabled
: 60ns
: Slow
:3
:3
: x333
: x222
: Enabled
: Disabled
: Disabled
: Disabled
:1
:1
: Disabled
: Enabled
: Enabled
: 64
: Fast
: Fast
:3
Spread Spectrum
ESC
F1
F5
F6
F7
: Disabled
: Quit
↑ ↓ → ← : Select Item
: Help
PU/PD/+/- : Modify
: Old Values (Shift) F2 : Color
: Load BIOS Defaults
: Load Setup Defaults
After you have completed 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 CHIPSET
FEATURES SETUP Menu and how to configure each parameter.
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CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP
CHIPSET
Setting
Description
FEATURES
Auto
Configuration
Note
Disabled
Enabled
It is strongly recommended Default
to enable this option so that
the system automatically
sets all chipset feature
options on the left panel of
the screen (except for cache
update & BIOS cacheable).
The following [DRAM Speed Selection] field is active only if [Auto
Configuration] is set to [Enabled]
DRAM Speed
Selection
60ns
50ns
Choose the DRAM speed
Default
that will produce the
appropriate DRAM timing for
your system.
*:The following [MA Wait State], [EDO RAS# To CAS# Dealy], [EDO
RAS# Precharge Time], [EDO DRAM Read Burst] and [EDO
DRAM Write Burst] fields may be configured only if [Auto
Configuration] is set to [Disabled]
MA Wait State*
Slow
Fast
Use the default setting
Default
EDO RAS# To
CAS# Delay*
3
2
Use the default setting
Default
EDO RAS#
Precharge Time*
3
4
Use the default setting
Default
EDO DRAM Read
Burst*
x333
x222
Use the default setting
EDO DRAM Write
Burst*
X222
X333
Use the default setting
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CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP (Continued)
CHIPSET
Setting
Description
FEATURES
CPU-To-PCI IDE
Posting
Disabled
Enabled
System BIOS
Cacheable
Disabled
Enabled
Video BIOS
Cacheable
Disabled
Enabled
Video RAM
Cacheable
Disabled
Enabled
Use this default setting
Default
Default
The video BIOS C0000HC7FFFH is cacheable.
Default
The ROM area A0000BFFFF is cacheable.
1
NA,2-8
Use the default setting
16 BIT I/O
Recovery Time
1
NA,2-4
Use the default setting
Disabled
Enabled
Default
The ROM area F0000HFFFFFH is cacheable.
8 BIT I/O
Recovery Time
Memory Hole At
15M-16M
Note
Default
Default
Default
Some interface cards will
map their ROM address to
this area. If this occurs,
select [Enabled] in this field.
Passive Release Enabled
Use the default setting
Default
Delayed
Transaction
Use the default setting
Default
AGP Aperture
Size
Enabled
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AGP could use the DRAM
4-256MB as its video RAM. Choose
the DRAM size that you
wish to allocate as video
RAM.
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CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP (Continued)
CHIPSET
Setting
Description
FEATURES
Note
SDRAM RAS-toCAS Delay
Fast
Slow
Use the default setting
Default
SDRAM RAS
Precharge Time
Fast
Slow
Use the default setting
Default
SDRAM Cache
Latency Time
3
2
SDRAM Precharge Disabled
Control
Enabled
Spread Spectrum Disabled
Enabled
Use the default setting
Use the default setting
Default
Default
Default
When using Spread
Spectrum modulated 1.5%
or 6% for FCC or DOC
testing.
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3-5 POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP
The [POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP] sets the system's power
saving functions.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS
POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP
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ACPI Function
Power Management
PM Control by APM
Video Off Method
Video Off After
MODEM Use IRQ
Doze Mode
Standby Mode
Suspend Mode
HDD Power Down
PCI/VGA Act Monitor
CPUFAN Off In Suspend
: Disabled
: Disable
: Yes
: V/H SYNC+Blank
: Standby
:3
: Disable
: Disable
: Disable
: Disable
: Disabled
: Enabled
IRQ 8 Break Suspend
: Disabled
** Reload Global Timer Events **
: Enabled
IRQ [3-7,9-15], NMI
: Disabled
Primary IDE 0
: Disabled
Primary IDE 1
: Disabled
Secondary IDE 0
: Disabled
Secondary IDE 1
: Disabled
Floppy Disk
: Enabled
Serial Port
: Disabled
Parallel Port
ESC
F1
F5
F6
F7
: Quit
↑ ↓ → ← : Select Item
: Help
PU/PD/+/- : Modify
: Old Values (Shift) F2 : Color
: Load BIOS Defaults
: Load Setup Defaults
After you have completed the Power Management Setup, press
[Esc] to return to the Main Menu.
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3-5.1 Power Management Controls
Power
Setting
Description
Management
Controls
ACPI
function
Disabled
Enabled
Power
User Define
Management
Disable
Default
ACPI (Advanced
Configuration Power
Management Interface)
Lets you define the HDD and
system power down times.
Disables the Green PC
Default
Features.
Doze
timer
PM Control
by APM
Note
Standby
timer
Suspend
timer
HDD
power down
Min Saving
Max Saving
1 Hour 1 Hour 1 Hour
1 Min 1 Min
1 Min
15 Min
1 Min
Yes
To use Advanced Power
Default
Management (APM) you
must run [power.exe] under
DOS V6.0 or later version.
No
Video Off
Method
V/H
Selects the method by which Default
Sync+Blank the monitor is blanked.
Blank screen
DPMS
Supported
Video Off
After
Standby
Suspend
Doze
MODEM Use
IRQ
3
3-11, NA
Choose the PM mode you Default
want video to go off after the
mode is being active.
Assigns an IRQ# to the
modem device.
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3-5.2 PM Timers
PM Timers
Setting
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Description
Note
The following [Doze Mode] field may be configured only if [Power
Management] is set to [User Define]
Doze Mode
Disable
1Min1Hour
Default
When the set time has
System clock
elapsed, BIOS sends a
drops to
command to the system to 33MHz.
enter Doze Mode.
The following [Standby Mode] field may be configured only if [Power
Management] is set to [User Define]
Standby
Mode
Disable
1Min1Hour
Default
When the set time has
elapsed, BIOS sends a
command to the system to
enter Standby Mode.
The following [Suspend Mode] field may be configured only if
[Power Management] is set to [User Define]
Suspend
Mode
Disable
1Min1Hour
Default
Only an SLIn Suspend mode, the
CPU stops completely (no Enhanced (or
instructions are executed.) SMI) CPU can
enter this mode.
HDD Power
Down
Disabled
Default
Some older
1-15Min When the set time has
model HDDs
elapsed, BIOS sends a
command to the HDD to may not support
power down. This turns off this advanced
function.
the HDD motor.
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3-5.3 PM Events
PM Events Setting
PCI/VGA
Disabled
Act-Monitor Enabled
CPUFAN Off Disabled
In Suspend Enabled
IRQ 8 Break Disabled
Suspend
Enabled
Description
Note
Default
Enables the power management
timers when a [no activity] event is
detected on the monitor.
Disables the PM timer.
Switches off the CPU Fan when Default
the system enters Suspend Mode.
Default
Alarm function is active.
3-5.4 Reload Global Timer Events
Power Down & Setting Description
Resume Events
Note
IRQ [3-7,9-15],
NMI
Disabled
Enabled The system monitors these
elements for activity. The
system will resume if an [IRQ
activity] is detected.
IDE0, IDE1
Disabled
Default
Enabled Enables the PM timers when
[No Activity Event] is detected.
Ø Primary
Ø Secondary
Default
Floppy Disk
Disabled
Default
Enabled Enables the PM timers when
[No Activity Event] is detected
on the floppy disk drive.
Serial Port
Disabled
Enabled Enables the PM timers when Default
[No Activity Event] is detected
on the serial port.
Parallel Port
Disabled
Default
Enabled Enables the PM timers when
[No Activity Event] is detected
on the parallel port.
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3-6 PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION SETUP
This option sets the mainboard's PCI Slots.
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PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION
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PnP OS Installed
Resources Controlled By
Reset Configuration Data
IRQ-3
IRQ-4
IRQ-5
IRQ-7
IRQ-9
IRQ-10
IRQ-11
IRQ-12
IRQ-14
IRQ-15
DMA-0
DMA-1
DMA-3
DMA-5
DMA-6
DMA-7
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
: No
: Manual
: Disabled
: Legacy ISA*
: Legacy ISA*
: PCI/ISA PnP*
: PCI/ISA PnP*
: PCI/ISA PnP*
: PCI/ISA PnP*
: PCI/ISA PnP*
: PCI/ISA PnP*
: PCI/ISA PnP*
: PCI/ISA PnP*
: PCI/ISA PnP*
: PCI/ISA PnP*
: PCI/ISA PnP*
: PCI/ISA PnP*
: PCI/ISA PnP*
: PCI/ISA PnP*
PCI IDE IRQ Map To
Primary
IDE INT#
Secondary IDE INT#
: PCI-AUTO
:A
:B
Used MEM base addr
: N/A
Assign IRQ For USB
: Disabled
ESC
F1
F5
F6
F7
: Quit
↑ ↓ → ← : Select Item
: Help
PU/PD/+/- : Modify
: Old Values (Shift) F2 : Color
: Load BIOS Defaults
: Load Setup 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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3-6.1 PNP/PCI Configuration Controls
PNP/PCI
Setting Description
Controls
PnP OS
Installed
Yes
No
Note
Set this field to [Yes] if you
are running Windows
95/98, which are PnP
compatible.
If the OS you are running Default
(If there is any
does not support PnP
doubt, set this
configuration.
field to [No])
Resources
Manual BIOS does not manage PCI/ISA
Controlled By
PnP card IRQ assignment.
Requires 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 Recommended
auto manages PCI/ISA
PnP card IRQ assignment
automatically.
Reset
Disabled Retain PnP configuration Default
Configuration
data in BIOS.
Data
Enabled Reset PnP configuration
data in BIOS.
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3-6.2 PNP/PCI Configuration Setup
PNP/PCI
Setting
Description
Setup
Note
If [Resources Controlled By] is set to [Manual]
PCI/ISA PnP Choose IRQ-# and
DMA-# assigned to
PCI/ISA PnP card.
Legacy ISA Choose IRQ-# and
DMA-# assigned to
Legacy ISA card.
IRQ-3,4,5,7,9,10,
11,12,14,15
Used MEM
base addr
N/A
I/O address C800,CC00,D000,D
400,D800,DC00.
(Asking card
provider for the
exactly I/O address
of this add-on card.)
Default
Use this function
only when
problems occur
while using
some certain
add-on cards.
Used MEM
Length
Memory
length
8K,16K,32K,64K.
(Please ask your
card provider for the
exactly memory
length of this add-on
card.)
This item
appears only
when the [Used
MEM base addr]
set to I/O
address.
Assign IRQ
For USB
Enabled
BIOS will assign IRQ Default
for USB port.
BIOS won’ t assign
IRQ for USB port.
IRQ-# and
DMA-#
assigned to:
Disabled
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DMA-0,1,3,5,6,7
IRQ-3,4,5,7,9,10,
11,12,14,15
DMA-0,1,3,5,6,7
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3-7 LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS
Select the [LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS] option from the Main Menu to
load the system values you have previously saved. This option is
recommended if you need to reset the system setup and to retrieve
the old values.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS
CMOS SETUP UTILITY
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
SOYO COMBO SETUP
INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS
STANDARD CMOS SETUP
SUPERVISOR PASSWORD
BIOS FEATURES SETUP
USER PASSWORD
CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP
DETECTION
L o a d S E T U P D e f aIDE
u lHDD
t s AUTO
(Y/N
)? _
POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP
SAVE & EXIT SETUP
PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION
EXIT WITHOUT SAVING
LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS
↑ ↓ → ← : Select Item
Esc : Quit
F10 : Save & Exit Setup
(Shift) F2 : Change Color
Time, Date, Hard Disk Type…
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 SETUP DEFAULTS for
stable performance.
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3-8 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.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS
INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
IDE HDD Block Mode
IDE Primary Master PIO
IDE Primary Slave PIO
IDE Secondary Master PIO
IDE Secondary Slave PIO
IDE Secondary Master UDMA
IDE Secondary Slave UDMA
On-Chip Primary PCI IDE
On-Chip Secondary PCI IDE
USB Keyboard Support
Init Display First
: Enabled
: Auto
: Auto
: Auto
: Auto
: Auto
: Auto
: Enabled
: Enabled
: Disabled
: PCI Slot
Onboard PDC Controller
Onboard Serial Port 1
Onboard Serial Port 2
UR2 Mode
UR2 Duplex Mode
: Enabled
: 3F8/IRQ4
: 2F8/IRQ3
: Standard
: Half
Onboard Parallel Port
Parallel Port Mode
ECP Mode Use DMA
ESC
F1
F5
F6
F7
: 378/IRQ7
: SPP
:3
↑ ↓ → ← : Select Item
: Quit
: Help
PU/PD/+/- : Modify
: Old Values (Shift) F2 : Color
: Load BIOS Defaults
: Load Setup 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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3-8.1 IDE Device Controls
IDE Controls
Setting
Description
IDE HDD Block Mode Disabled
Enabled
IDE
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
mode 0-4
Primary Master PIO
Primary Slave PIO
Secondary Master PIO
Secondary Slave PIO
IDE
ØPrimary Master UDMA
ØPrimary Slave UDMA
On-Chip PCI IDE
Ø Primary
Ø Secondary
Auto
Disabled
Auto
Disabled
Enabled
3-8.2 Keyboard Controls
Keyboard Controls
Setting
USB Keyboard
Support
Disabled
Enabled
Init Display First
PCI Slot
AGP
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Note
Invokes multi-sector
Default
transfer instead of one
sector per transfer. Not
all HDDs support this
function.
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.
Select Auto to enable Default
Ultra DMA Mode
support.
Turn off the on-board
IDE
Use the on-board IDE Default
Description
Note
Turn off the on-board
IDE
Use a USB keyboard
Default
Choose which card –
AGP Display card or
PCI VGA card – to
initialize first.
Default
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3-8.3 FDC Controls
FDC Controls
Setting
Onboard FDC
controller
Description
Disabled
Turn off the on-board
floppy controller
Use the on-board
floppy controller
Enabled
3-8.4 Onboard Serial Ports
Onboard Serial
Setting
Ports
Onboard UART 1
Onboard UART 2
Description
Disabled
3F8/IRQ4
Default
Note
Choose serial port 1 & Default
2's I/O address.
(port 1)
Do not set port 1 & 2 to Default
the same address
(port 2)
except for Disabled or
Auto.
2F8/IRQ3
3E8/IRQ4
2E8/IRQ3
Auto
UR2 Mode
Note
Standard
Supports a Standard
serial infrared IrDA.
Default
IrDA 1.0
ASKIR
Supports a Sharp
serial interface format.
FIR
Fast Infrared Interface
If [UR2 Mode] is set to [IrDA 1.0]/[ASKIR]/[FIR]
UR2 DuplEX/LX
Mode
Half
Full
Choose [Half] or [Full] Default
to set UR2 in half
duplEX/LX mode or full
duplEX/LX mode
respectively. Refer to
your IR device
specifications to select
the suitable mode.
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3-8.5 Onboard Parallel Ports
Onboard Parallel
Setting
Ports
Description
Onboard Parallel
Port
378/IRQ7
3BC/IRQ7
278/IRQ5
Disabled
Choose the printer I/O Default
address.
Parallel Port Mode
ECP/EPP
SPP
ECP
EPP
The mode depends on
your external parallel Default
device that connects to
this port.
Note
If [Parallel Port Mode] is set to [ECP] mode
ECP Mode use DMA
3
1
Choose DMA3
Choose DMA1
Default
3-8.6 MULTI I/O ADDRESSES
Default settings for multi-I/O addresses are as follows:
Port
I/O Address
IRQ
Status
LPT1
378H
7
SPP
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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3-9
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SUPERVISOR PASSWORD
Based on the setting you have made in the [Security Option] of the
[BIOS FEATURES SETUP] 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 [BIOS FEATURES SETUP] 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.
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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:
Press: ↔
entering
the password
Type
Typethe
thePassword
Password
and Press: <Enter>
Press: ↔
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS Press <Enter> without
CMOS SETUP UTILITYWithout entering password
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
STANDARD CMOS SETUP
Enter
INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS
Password:
BIOS FEATURES SETUP
SUPERVISOR PASSWORD
CHIPSET
FEATURES
Enter Password:
∗ ∗ SETUP
∗∗∗
USER PASSWORD
Password Disabled!!
POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP
IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION
PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION
Confirm Password: ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗
SAVE & EXIT SETUP
LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS
EXIT WITHOUT SAVING
LOAD BIOS DEFAULTS
Esc : Quit
After you confirm the password,
After you confirm
the: Select Item
↑↓→←
press <Esc> to exit
F10 : Save & Exit Setuppassword,
(Shift)
° F2 to: Change
press
exit Color
Time, Date, Hard Disk Type…
3-10 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.
The password setting procedure is similar to that for the
[SUPERVISOR PASSWORD] (Refer to section 3-9).
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3-11 IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION
This Main Menu function automatically detects the hard disk type
and configures the STANDARD CMOS SETUP accordingly.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS
CMOS SETUP UTILITY
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
HARD DISKS
Primary Master
Primary Slave
Secondary Master
Secondary Slave
TYPE
:
:
:
:
AUTO
None
None
None
SIZE
0
0
0
0
CYLS HEAD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
PRECOMP
LANDZ
SECTOR
MODE
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
AUTO
----------
Do you accept this drive C (Y/N)? _
ESC : Skip
Note: This function is only valid for IDE type of hard disk drives.
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Drivers Installation
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Chapter 4
DRIVERS INSTALLATION
Your SY-6IEB Mainboard comes with a CD-ROM labeled "SOYO
CD." The SOYO CD contains the user's manual file for your new
mainboard, the drivers software available for installation, and a
database in HTML format with information on SOYO mainboards
and other products.
The SOYO CD Start Up Program automatically detects which SOYO
mainboard you own and displays the corresponding model name.
Step 1. Insert the SOYO CD into the CD-ROM drive
The SOYO CD will auto-run, and the SOYO CD Start Up Menu will
display as shown below.
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Step 2. Install Drivers
The following drivers are available for Windows 95
The following drivers are available for Windows 98
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Click the Install Drivers button to display the list of drivers software
that can be installed with your mainboard. The Start Up program
displays the drivers available for the particular model of mainboard
you own. We recommend that you only install those drivers.
However, to display the list of all drivers software available with
SOYO mainboards, click the Display all drivers on the SOYO CD
button. Please make sure to install only the drivers adapted to your
system, or otherwise this cause system malfunctions.
Step 3. Select which driver you want to install and
click OK
Notice 1: You may click Cancel to abort the driver installation and
return to the main menu.
Notice 2: 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 you
to restart your system before they can become active.
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