Intel Confidential DPSD BIOS ENGINEERING Intel

Intel Confidential DPSD BIOS ENGINEERING Intel
DPSD BIOS ENGINEERING
Intel Corporation, 5200 NE Elam Young Parkway
Hillsboro, OR 97124-6497
DATE:
November 11, 2002
TO:
DPSD Business Unit
CC:
IPG / DPSD BIOS Engineering
FROM:
IPG / DPSD BIOS Engineering
SUBJECT:
About This Release
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BIOS String: SV84510A.86A.0010.P06.0211110302
UNDI PXE Version: ICH PXE 2.1 Build 083, Intel Boot Agent 4.1.0.8
Features/Errata Fixed in This Release
P06-0010
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Updated from AMI Core 08.00.05 to 08.00.07.
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Fixed the issue where the time in setup being reset to 0 if MFG jumper is installed.
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Unlock Heceta 6 when in manufacturing mode.
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Fixed issue where flashing the previous BIOS through EBU in Windows XP generated CMOS
checksum errors.
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Added Hardware Monitoring screen for setup.
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Added MPS 1.4 support
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Fixed issue where the MFG CMOS defaults did not match the DFT spec.
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Fixed issue where when an HT processor and H T disabled in Setup, XP still showed 2
processors in Task Manager.
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Various HT fixes (NMI handling, Int2, Int12, machine check, MSR etc.)
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Added support for USB security sensor devices.
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Added BBS 3.2 support
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Fixed floppy issue with floppy 3-mode enabled.
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Fixed issue where Warning Message for SPD Tolerant memory was displaying incorrect
information.
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Fixed the issues with USB Floppy boot.
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Added support to newest P4 CPU.
P05-0009
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Added HT splash screen.
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Hide frame buffer size option in Windows based iTK.
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Added new cache size descriptor for new processor.
P04-0008
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Fixed a problem where the chassis fan didn't start or speed up even the temperature exceeded
the preset temperature limit.
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P03-0007
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Fixed a potential system hang problem after CMOS corruption and incorrect CUSTOM CMOS
defaults were installed.
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Fixed the problem where BMI runtime interface could not return the correct FAN thermal data.
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Fixed issue where memory configuration info was reported incorrectly in manufacturing mode.
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Added the hard-disk pre-delay functionality.
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Removed HT processor string as per Marketing request.
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Extended hard drive detection time out to 10sec max.
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Fixed issue where SUT will bounce back from S4 if USB devices is installed.
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Fixed issue where ITK Windows tool does not show options for audio device, modem device, &
the user IDE questions.
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Fixed the problem where USB mouse stop working in Win2k when wake on S1.
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Fixed issue where Windows 98SE and Windows ME will show yellow bangs in Device Manager
for PS/2 devices if the OS is not installed with PS/2 devices attached.
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Fixed issue where PC-DOS would not boot from an emulated CD-ROM image.
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Added Setup Fan configuration menu support.
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Fixed the problem where BMI runtime interface could not return the correct FAN thermal data.
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Fixed a problem where Fan configuration change warning message was not displayed when
exiting Maintenance mode Setup.
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Fixed a problem where Fan configuration change warning message can be seen on Heceta 4
motherboard after updating BIOS.
P02-0006
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Added BMI Interface revision 1.1.
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Added ITK 2.0 Support.
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Sync up with Base line 01.01.01
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Updated SMBIOS TYPE 8 connector information
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Added HT Technology enable/disable switch in setup.
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Updated SMBIOS processor information for HT enabled CPU (Type 4)
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Only one Type 4 structure populated per physical HT processor in SMBIOS.
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Removed DDR200 support
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Enhanced thermal trip detection logic. Also added fix to correctly preserve register 70/74 across
SMIs.
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Added workaround to support backward compatibility in BIOS recovery.
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Display "Intel(R) Pentium (R) 4 processor with HT Technology" during sign-on for HT CPU.
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Updated ICH PXE 2.1 Build 083 & Intel Boot Agent 4.1.0.8
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Fixed installation hang with Windows .NET when UDMA/133 drives are attached to the system.
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If no "Treliable" value is available in BMI data Flash logical block, the field is populated with 0FFh
(as per BMI Spec 1.09c)
P01-0005
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Fix issue where chassis intruder was unable to log to event log.
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Fix issue where viewing event log will display garbage if intruder event occurred.
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Fix issue where IOMEGA Zip drive was not able to emulate as hard disk. Also added fix to disable
hard disk emulation when the drive’s jumper is configured as floppy (tracker #31781)
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Removed "Wake on Modem Ring" option from BIOS setup as it will be supported by default under
ACPI environment.
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Removed S4/S5 Wake on Ring support as not required as per PRD.
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Fix issue where ACPI default will change from S1 to S3 if CMOS corrupted on RPG boards. (RPG
Requirement)
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Added BIOS workaround for Windows 98SE and Millennium issue where the default Microsoft
PS/2 mouse driver does not allow the mouse to wake the s ystem from S3.
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Added user message if DDR333 was being down-graded to DDR266 when FSB400 CPU is
installed. (RPG Requirement)
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Making sure that DDR333 down-grade & thermal trip warning will never display when CMOS
checksum bad or in manufacturing mode.
B-0003
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Hide DDR333 settings for 400FSB CPU & hide DDR200 settings for 533FSB CPU (RPG
Requirement)
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Fix issue where LDCM reported wrong slot for PCI devices that currently in use.
Synch'd up with 1.4 memory reference code.
POST hang at E1h with 3 beep sound to indicates no memory installed
Added fix for memory timing overrides.
B-0002
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Added HT support.
Program audio SSID according to board ID.
Turn off TPM clock & 48 MHz DOT clock to eliminate EMI for Silver Reef & Cannonville (845PE)
Fixed the issue of not being able to wake the system up in S3 using the TCPIP PING command.
Enable S4/S5 Wake on Ring under ACPI environment.
Corrections on memory code to handle all possible FSB/DDR/GFX clock combination & various
memory failures.
Correction on non-spd cmos checksum region to avoid random CMOS Date/time reset.
Fixed issue where BIOS menu doesn't show DDR 333 on bank 0 and bank1
Fixed the issue of D3h POST hang when FSB533 CPU is installed in maintenance mode.
Fixed issue where SUT POST hang at DCh when S3 wake from 266MHz DDR Memory Speed.
Updates all of the ACPI tables with the correct OEM Table ID based on board ID.
Known Errata with This Release
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