Fujitsu S7110 User manual

Fujitsu S7110 User manual
Fujitsu LifeBook
S Series
BIOS Guide
LifeBook S Series Model:
S7110
Document Date: 03/14/2006
Document Number: FPC58-1490-01
FUJITSU COMPUTER SYSTEMS
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LifeBook S Series Notebook BIOS
S Series BIOS
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Selecting a field causes a help message
about that field to be displayed on the
right-hand side of the screen.
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Pressing the Enter key with the highlight
on a selection that is not a submenu or
auto selection will cause a list of all
options for that item to be displayed.
Pressing the Enter key again will select
the highlighted choice.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
The BIOS Setup Utility is a program that sets up the
operating environment for your notebook. Your BIOS
is set at the factory for normal operating conditions,
therefore there should be no need to set or change the
BIOS environment to operate your notebook.
The BIOS Setup Utility configures:
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7. Pressing the [F9] key resets all items in the BIOS to
the default values.
8. Pressing the [F10] key saves the current configuration and exits the BIOS Setup Utility. You will be
asked to verify this selection before it is executed.
9. Pressing the [F1] key gives you a general help screen.
Device control feature parameters, such as changing
I/O addresses and boot devices.
System Data Security feature parameters, such
as passwords.
Entering the BIOS Setup Utility
To enter the BIOS Setup Utility do the following:
Entering the Setup Utility After a Configuration
Change or System Failure
1. Turn on or restart your notebook.
2. Press the [F2] key when a message appears under the
Fujitsu logo prompting you to “Press <F2>: BIOS
Setup”. This will open the main menu of the BIOS
Setup Utility with the current settings displayed.
3. Press the arrow keys to scroll through the other
setup menus to review or alter the current settings.
If there has been a change in the system configuration
that does not agree with the parameter settings stored
in your BIOS memory, or there is a failure in the system,
the system beeps and/or displays an error message after
the Power On Self Test (POST). If the failure is not
too severe, it will give you the opportunity to modify
the settings of the setup utility, as described in the
following steps:
Navigating Through the Setup Utility
The BIOS setup utility consists of six menus: Main,
Advanced, Security, Boot, Info and Exit. This document
explains each menu in turn including all submenus and
setup items.
1. When you turn on or restart the computer there is
a beep and/or the following message appears on
the screen:
Error message - please run SETUP
program Press <F1> key to continue,
<F2> to run SETUP
2. If an error message is displayed on the screen, and
you want to continue with the boot process and start
the operating system anyway, press the [F1] key.
The following procedures allow you to navigate the
setup utility menus:
], [ ].
1. To select a menu, use the cursor keys: [
2. To select a field within a menu or a submenu, use the
cursor keys:
[ ], [ ].
3. To select the different values for each field, press the
[Spacebar] to change to the next higher selection
and [F5] or [-] to go to the next lower selection.
4. To activate a submenu press the [Enter] key.
5. To return to a menu from a submenu, press the
[Esc] key.
6. To go to the Exit menu from any other menu,
press the [Esc] key.
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If your notebook emits a series of beeps
that sounds like a code and the display is
blank, refer to the Troubleshooting section of your system Use’s Guide. The
Troubleshooting Section includes a list of
error messages and their meanings.
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If your data security settings require it,
you may be asked for a password before
the setup utility will be opened.
Main Menu
3. If an error message is displayed on the screen, and
you want to enter the setup utility, press the [F2] key.
4. When the setup utility starts with a fault present, the
system displays the following message:
Warning!
Error message
[Continue]
5. Press any key to enter the setup utility. The system
will then display the Main Menu with current
parameters values.
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LifeBook S Series Notebook BIOS
MAIN MENU – SETTING STANDARD SYSTEM PARAMETERS
The Main Menu allows you to set or view the current
system parameters. Follow the instructions for Navigating Through The Setup Utility to make any changes.
(See Navigating Through the Setup Utility on page 2 for
more information)
the field’s function and any special information needed
to help understand the field’s use. Note that the actual
drive labels shown may vary.
System time and date can also be set from
your operating system without using the
setup utility. Use the Date and Time icon
on your Windows Control panel or type
time or date from the MS-DOS prompt.
The following tables show the names of the menu fields
for the Main menu and its submenus, all of the options
for each field, the default settings and a description of
Main
Advanced
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Boot
Info
Exit
Item Specific Help
▲ ▲
System Time:
System Date:
[02:34:56]
[03/14/2006]
Drive0
Drive1
[FUJITSU MHV2040BH]
[MATSHITADVD-RAM UJ-841S]
Language:
[English (US)]
Select Item
Select Menu
<Tab>, <Shift-Tab>, or
<Enter> selects field.
-/Space Change Values
Enter Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
Adjust calendar clock.
Figure 1.
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Main Menu
Table 1: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Main Menu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
System Time:
–—
–—
Sets and displays the current time. Time is in a 24 hour format
of hours:minutes:seconds with 2 digits for each. (HH:MM:SS).
Example: 16:45:57. You may change each segment of the time
separately. Move between the segments with the [Tab] key and/or
[Shift] + [Tab] keys.
System Date:
–—
–—
Sets and displays the current date. Date is in a month/day/year
numeric format with 2 digits each for month and day and 4 digits
for year. (MM/DD/YYYY) for example: 03/20/1998. You may
change each segment of the date separately. Move between the
segments with the [Tab] key and/or [Shift] + [Tab] keys.
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Main Menu
Table 1: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Main Menu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Drive0
Selects the Drive0
Serial ATA drive
submenu
The product
number of the
hard drive.
Display the type of device on this ATA/IDE interface. Pressing the
Enter key selects the Serial ATA Drive0 submenu allowing additional
device configuration options for this interface.
Drive1:
Selects the Drive1
Serial ATA drive
submenu
The product
number of the CDROM drive.
Display the type of device on this ATA/IDE interface, if there is one.
Pressing the Enter key selects the Serial ATA Drive1 submenu allowing additional device configuration options for this interface.
Language:
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[English (US)]
The default setting differs between the US/European and the
Japanese model. Selects the display language for the BIOS.
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English (US)
Japanese (JP)
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LifeBook S Series Notebook BIOS
Drive0 Submenu of the Main Menu
The Drive0 submenu identifies what Serial ATA/IDE
devices are installed.
Note that actual hard drive label shown may vary.
Depending on the drive type, information such as cylinders, heads and sectors may also be displayed.
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
Drive0 [FUJITSU MHV2040BH]
Type:
Item Specific Help
Select Serial ATA/IDE
drive installed here.
[Auto]
LBA Format
78140160
40008MB SATA1
Total Sectors:
Maximum Capacity:
[Auto]
The BIOS auto-types the
drive on boot time.
[None]
The drive is disabled.
Select Item
Select Menu
-/Space Change Values
Enter Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 2. Drive0 Submenu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Type:
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[Auto]
Select Auto to have the type of Serial or Parallel ATA device automatically identified by the BIOS at POST. If None is selected, the following Set-up items do not appear.
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Auto
None
LBA Format
Logical Block Addressing (LBA)
Total Sectors:
---
---
The total number of sectors on your hard disk
Maximum
Capacity:
---
---
The maximum capacity of your hard disk
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Main Menu
Drive1 Submenu of the Main Menu
The Drive1 submenu allows you to configure secondary
ATA devices.
Note that actual hard drive label shown may vary.
Depending on the drive type, information such as cylinders, heads and sectors may also be displayed.
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
Drive1 [MATSHITADVD-RAM UJ-841S]
Type:
[Auto]
Multi-Sector Transfers:
LBA Mode Control:
Transfer Mode:
Ultra DMA Mode:
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Standard]
[Disabled]
Item Specific Help
Select ATA/ATAPI drive
installed here.
[Auto]
The BIOS auto-types the
drive on boot time.
[None]
The drive is disabled.
Select Item
Select Menu
-/Space Change Values
Enter Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 3. Drive1 Submenu
Table 3: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Drive1 Submenu of the Main Menu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Type:
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Auto
None
[Auto]
Selects the ATA/ATAPI device type. Select Auto to have the device (CDROM, CD-R/RW, DVD-ROM, etc.) automatically identified by the BIOS
at POST. If None is selected, the following Set-up items do not appear.
Disabled
2 Sectors
4 Sectors
8 Sectors
16 Sectors
[Disabled]
This option cannot be changed when Auto is selected. Specify the number of sectors per block for multiple sector transfer.
Disabled
Enabled
[Disabled]
Enables or disables Logical Block Addressing in place of Cylinder, Head,
Sector addressing. This option cannot be changed when Auto is selected.
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Multi-Sector
Transfers:
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LBA Mode
Control:
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LifeBook S Series Notebook BIOS
Table 3: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Drive1 Submenu of the Main Menu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Transfer Mode:
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Standard
Fast PIO 1
Fast PIO 2
Fast PIO 3
Fast PIO 4
Multiword DMA 1
Multiword DMA 2
[Standard]
Selects the method for moving data to/from the drive. Autotype the
drive to select the optimum transfer mode. This option cannot be
changed when Auto is selected.
Disabled
Mode 0
Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
Mode 4
Mode 5
[Disabled]
Selects the method for moving data to/from the drive. Autotype the
drive to select the optimum transfer mode. This option cannot be
changed when Auto is selected.
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Ultra DMA
Mode:
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A bootable CD-ROM may have either a floppy disk or hard drive format. When the bootable CD-ROM is
used, the drive allocations change automatically without changing the BIOS setup. If a floppy disk format
CD-ROM is used, the CD-ROM becomes Drive A. The CD-ROM will only take drive C: (hard drive format) if the internal hard drive is not present or is disabled. The bootable CD-ROM can never use a C: designation if a formatted internal hard drive is present since the C: designator is always reserved for the
internal hard drive. The boot sequence ignores the new drive designations, however, your application
software will use the new designations.
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Be aware of the operating environment when booting from a CD-ROM or you may overwrite files by
mistake.
Exiting from Main Menu
When you have finished setting the parameters on this menu, you can either exit from the setup utility, or move to
another menu. If you wish to exit from the setup utility, press the [Esc] key or use the cursor keys to go to the Exit
menu or to move to another menu.
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Advanced Menu
ADVANCED MENU – SETTING DEVICE FEATURE CONTROLS
The Advanced Menu allows you to:
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Set the I/O addresses for the serial and parallel ports.
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Set the features of the keyboard/mouse.
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Select between the display panel and/or an external
CRT display.
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Set internal device configurations
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Configure USB and CPU features.
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Configure miscellaneous features such as Wake Up On
LAN.
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Configure DMI Event Logging.
Main
Advanced
Follow the instructions for Navigating Through the
Setup Utility to make any changes.
(See Navigating Through the Setup Utility on page 2 for
more information)
The following tables show the names of the menu fields
for the Advanced Menu and its submenus, all of the
options for each field, the default settings and a description of the field’s function, and any special information
needed to help understand the field’s use.
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Boot
Info
Exit
Item Specific Help
▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲
Serial/Parallel Port Configurations
Keyboard/Mouse Features
Video Features
Internal Device Configurations
CPU Features
USB Features
Miscellaneous Configurations
Configures serial ports
and parallel ports
▲
Event Logging
Select Item
Select Menu
-/Space Change Values
Enter Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
Figure 4. Advanced Menu
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F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
LifeBook S Series Notebook BIOS
Table 4: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Advanced Menu
Menu Field
Description
Serial/Parallel Port
Configurations
When selected, opens the Serial/Parallel Port Configurations submenu which allows the user to modify settings for serial, infrared and parallel ports.
Keyboard/Mouse
Features
When selected, opens the Keyboard/Mouse Features submenu, which allows setting external and internal
keyboard and mouse parameters.
Video Features
When selected, opens the Video Features submenu, which allows selecting between the display panel and/
or an external CRT display or video projector.
Internal Device
Configurations
When selected, opens the Internal Device Configuration submenu, which allows enabling or disabling the
modem, IDE, and LAN Controllers.
CPU Features
When selected, opens the CPU Features submenu, which allows you to change the Intel(R) SpeedStep(R)
Technology settings.
USB Features
Configures USB features.
Miscellaneous
Configurations
Configures miscellaneous features, such as Wake Up On LAN and Power Button.
Event Logging
When selected, opens the event logging submenu.
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Advanced Menu
Serial/Parallel Port Configuration Submenu of the Advanced Menu
The Serial/Parallel Port Configuration submenu lets you
set the I/O addresses and interrupt levels for the serial,
infrared and parallel ports of your notebook.
I/O addresses, DMA channels and
Interrupt levels can be entered in various
ways, including via the BIOS setup utility,
the control software for the I/O device, or
the hardware. If any two ports or devices,
serial or parallel, have the same address
assigned, your notebook will not function
normally. Keep a record of original settings
before making any changes if restoration is
required. See your hardware and software
documentation as well as the setup utility
to determine settings and limitations.
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To prevent IRQ and address conflicts,
avoid changing the default settings. If
you must change the settings, you can
call 1-800-8Fujitsu for technical assistance.
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If your notebook emits a series of beeps
that sounds like a code and the display is
blank, refer to the Troubleshooting Section in the system User’s Guide. The
Troubleshooting Section includes a list of
error messages and their meanings.
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All I/O addresses in Table 5 are in hexadecimal.
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Advanced
Serial/Parallel Port Configurations
Serial port:
Base I/O Address/IRQ:
Infrared Port:
Mode:
Base I/O Address/IRQ:
DMA Channel:
Parallel Port:
Mode:
Base I/O Address:
Interrupt:
Select Item
Select Menu
[Disabled]
The port is disabled.
[Enabled]
[3F8/IRQ 4]
[Enabled]
[FIR]
[2E8 - 2EF]
[DMA 3]
[Enabled]
[Bi-directional]
[378]
[IRQ 7]
[Enabled]
The port is enabled
with user configuration.
[Auto]
Plug & Play OS
configure the port.
-/Space Change Values
Enter
Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
Item Specific Help
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 5. Serial/Parallel Port Configuration Submenu
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LifeBook S Series Notebook BIOS
Table 5: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Serial/Parallel Port Configuration Submenu of Advanced Menu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Serial Port:
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Disabled
Enabled
Auto
[Enabled]
Configures the serial port using either no configuration (Disabled),
a user defined configuration (Enabled), or by allowing the BIOS or
OS to choose the configuration (Auto).
3F8/IRQ 4
2F8/IRQ 3
3E8/IRQ 4
2E8/IRQ 3
[3F8/IRQ 4]
Allows user to set the serial port base I/O address and interrupt
request when serial port is Enabled.
Disabled
Enabled
Auto
[Enabled]
Configures the infrared port using either no configuration (Disabled), a user defined configuration (Enabled), or by allowing the
BIOS or OS to choose the configuration (Auto).
IrDA
FIR
[FIR]
When the infrared port is enabled this option is available allowing
the user to set the mode for the infrared port.
3F8/IRQ 4
2F8/IRQ 3
3E8/IRQ 4
2E8/IRQ 3
[2E8/IRQ 3]
Allows user to set the infrared port I/O address and interrupt
request when the infrared port is Enabled.
DMA 1
DMA 3
[DMA 3]
Allows user to set the infrared port DMA Channel when the infrared port is Enabled.
Disabled
Enabled
Auto
[Enabled]
Configures the parallel port using either no configuration (Disabled), a user defined configuration (Enabled), or by allowing the
BIOS or OS to choose the configuration (Auto).
Output Only
Bi-directional
ECP
[Bi-directional]
When the parallel port is enabled this option is available allowing
the user to set the parallel port mode. Bi-directional allows twoway transfer of information between your notebook and a connected parallel device. Output Only (Half Duplex) allows information to be transferred in only one direction, from your notebook to
the printer or similar device. ECP Mode allows communication
with the ECP class of parallel I/O devices.
378
278
3BC
[378
Allows user to set the parallel port base I/O address when the parallel port is Enabled.
IRQ 5
IRQ 7
[IRQ 7]
Allows user to set the parallel port interrupt when the parallel port
is Enabled.
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Base I/O Address/IRQ:
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Infrared Port:
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Mode:
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Base I/O Address/IRQ:
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DMA Channel:
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Parallel Port:
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■
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Mode:
■
■
■
Base I/O address:
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■
■
Interrupt:
■
■
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Advanced Menu
Keyboard/Mouse Features Submenu of the Advanced Menu
The Keyboard/Mouse Features submenu is for setting the parameters of the integrated and external mouse and
keyboard.
Advanced
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Power Savings
Exit
Item Specific Help
Keyboard/Mouse Features
Numlock:
[Auto]
Hot Plug:
[Enabled]
Internal Pointing Device: [Auto Disabled]
Initialization on Resume: [Fast]
[On] or [Off]
Numlock is On or Off.
[On/Padlock Off]
Numlock is On, but use
with [Fn] for 10-key
input.
[Auto]
Numlock is set to On/
Padlock Off when PS/2
keyboard is connected,
otherwise Off.
* Windows XP preserves
Numlock state when the
user logs off.
Select Item
Select Menu
-/Space Change Values
Enter Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 6. Keyboard/Mouse Features Submenu
Table 6: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Keyboard/Mouse Submenu of the Advanced Menu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Numlock:
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Auto
On
Off
On/Padlock Off
[Auto]
Sets the NumLock function state when the computer completes
booting.
Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
Enables and disables the ability to plug a mouse or keyboard into
the port and have it immediately recognized and active.
Auto Disabled
Manual Setting
Always Enabled
Always Disabled
[Auto Disabled]
Sets the device controlling the mouse cursor on the screen. Always
Enabled makes the pointing device always enabled whether there is
an external mouse or not. Always Disabled makes the pointing
device always disabled. Auto Disabled disables the internal pointing
device when an external pointing device is connected to the port.
Fast
Normal
[Fast]
When Fast is selected, initialization for the external devices is optimized to speed up on Resume. When Normal is selected, initialization is not optimized.
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■
Hot Plug:
■
■
Internal Pointing
Device:
■
■
■
■
Initialization on
Resume:
■
■
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LifeBook S Series Notebook BIOS
Video Features Submenu of the Advanced Menu
The Video Features Submenu is for setting the display parameters.
Main
Advanced
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Power Savings
Exit
Video Features
Item Specific Help
[Auto]
[Enabled]
Select display terminal.
Display:
Compensation:
* This setting is not
effective after
operating system
starts up.
Select Item
Select Menu
-/Space Change Values
Enter Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 7. Video Features Submenu
Table 7: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Video Features Submenu of the Advanced Menu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Display:
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Internal Flat Panel
External (Analog)
External (Digital)
Auto
[Auto]
Selects where the video signal will be routed. Note that
Windows settings take precedence over this setting
after system boots up.
Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
Enables or disables display compensation. Note that
Windows settings take precedence over this setting
after system boots up.
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Compensation:
■
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Advanced Menu
Internal Device Configurations Submenu of the Advanced Menu
The Internal Device Configuration submenu allows the user to configure other internal devices.
Main
Advanced
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Power Savings
Exit
Item Specific Help
Internal Device Configurations
Serial ATA Controller:
AHCI Configuration:
IDE Contoller:
Bluetooth(R):
LAN Controller:
Wireless LAN:
IEEE1394 Controller:
Select Item
Select Menu
[Enabled]
Serial ATA port is
enabled.
-/Space Change Values
Enter Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
[Disabled]
Serial ATA port is
disabled.
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 8. Internal Device Configuration Submenu
Table 8: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Internal Device Configuration Submenu of the Advanced Menu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Serial ATA
Controller:
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Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
Enables or disables serial ATA devices.
AHCI Controller:
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Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
Enables or disables the AHCI (Advanced Host Controller Interface).
This selection does not appear when PATA mode is enabled.
Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
Enables or disables the IDE port.
Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
Enables or disables the Bluetooth(R) device, when present.
Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
Enables or disables the LAN controller.
Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
Enables or disables the Wireless LAN device.
Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
Enables or disables the IEEE 1394 device.
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IDE Controller:
■
■
Bluetooth(R):
■
■
LAN Controller:
■
■
Wireless LAN:
■
■
IEEE1394
Controller:
■
■
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LifeBook S Series Notebook BIOS
CPU Features Submenu of the Advanced Menu
The CPU Features Submenu allows you to change the settings for Intel(R) SpeedStep(R) Technology for your system.
Main
Advanced
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Power Savings
Exit
Item Specific Help
CPU Features
[Enabled]
Core Multi-Processing:
SpeedStep(R) Technology: [Enabled]
On Battery:
[Battery Optimized]
On AC:
[Maximum Performance]
XD Bit functionality:
[Enabled]
Select Item
Select Menu
-/Space Change Values
Enter Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
Select Core
Multi-Processing
enabled or disabled.
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 9. CPU Features Submenu
Table 9: Fields, Options and Defaults for the CPU Features Submenu of the Advanced Menu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Core
Multi-Processing:
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Enabled
Disabled
[Enabled]
Enables or disables the Intel Core Multi-Processing features.
SpeedStep(R)
Technology:
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Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
Enables or disables SpeedStep(R) Technology which allows the
user to determine the CPU performance when the tablet is running on AC or battery. This technology decreases power consumption by decreasing CPU speeds.
Maximum Performance
Battery Optimized
Automatic
[Battery
Optimized]
Allows the user to select the CPU performance when the system is
running on battery power.
Maximum Performance
Battery Optimized
Automatic
[Maximum
Performance]
Allows the user to select the CPU performance when the system is
running on AC power.
On Battery:
■
■
■
■
■
On AC:
■
■
■
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Advanced Menu
Table 9: Fields, Options and Defaults for the CPU Features Submenu of the Advanced Menu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
XD Bit
functionality:
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[Enabled]
Allows the user to enable and disable the Execute Disable
Bit functionality. Execute Disable Bit allows the processor
to classify areas in memory where application code can
and cannot execute. In the event an internet worm
attempts to insert code in the buffer, the processor
disables code execution to prevent damage or worm
propagation.
■
Enabled]
Disabled
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LifeBook S Series Notebook BIOS
USB Features Submenu of the Advanced Menu
The USB Features Submenu enables and disables legacy USB support for your system.
Main
Advanced
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Power Savings
Exit
USB Features
Item Specific Help
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
Legacy USB Support:
SCSI SubClass Support:
[Disabled]
The feature is disabled.
[Enabled]
Legacy USB Emulation
is enabled and USB
devices are available
without USB aware OS.
Select Item
Select Menu
-/Space Change Values
Enter Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 10. USB Features Submenu
Table 10: Fields, Options and Defaults for the USB Features Submenu of the Advanced Menu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Legacy USB Support:
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Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
When Disabled is selected, legacy USB emulation is disabled. When
Enabled is selected, legacy USB emulation is enabled and USB
devices are available without USB-aware OS.
Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
When Enabled is selected, USB devices that belong to the SCSI subclass in the mass storage class (e.g., USB Memory Key) are enabled.
■
SCSI SubClass
Support:
■
■
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Advanced Menu
Miscellaneous Configurations Submenu of the Advanced Menu
The Miscellaneous Configurations Submenu configures the miscellaneous features for your system.
Main
Advanced
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Power Savings
Exit
Item Specific Help
Miscellaneous Configurations
Power Button:
Wake up on LAN:
Volume Setting:
Hardware Power Management:
Select Item
Select Menu
*ACPI OS ignores this
setting.
-/Space Change Values
Enter Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
Configures the power
button.
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Middle]
[Disabled}
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 11. Miscellaneous Configurations Submenu
Table 11: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Miscellaneous Configurations Submenu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Power Button:
■
Disabled
Power Off
[Disabled]
Selecting Disabled disables the power button. Selecting Power Off
allows you to turn off system power with the power button.
Disabled
Enabled
[Disabled]
Selecting Enabled allows the system to wake up when the internal LAN
device receives a specific signal while in power-off state. Selecting
Disabled disables this feature.
Disabled
Enabled
[Disabled]
This feature is active only when “Wake up on LAN” is enabled. When
enabled, in the event of a system wake-up on LAN, the system will try
to first boot from the LAN before attempting to boot from any other
device, regardless of the BIOS boot priority settings or disabling of the
Preboot Execution Environment.
Off
Minimum
Middle
Maximum
[Middle]
Selects the initial volume setting for the system.
■
Wake up on LAN:
■
■
Force LAN Boot:
■
■
Volume Setting:
■
■
■
■
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LifeBook S Series Notebook BIOS
Table 11: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Miscellaneous Configurations Submenu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
UMA Video
Memory Size:
■
64MB
128MB
224MB
[128MB]
Allows you to select the maximum shared video memory size. Video
memory is dynamically allocated as needed for running applications by
Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT).
Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
Enables or disables the Hardware Power Management feature.
■
■
Hardware Power
Management:
■
■
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Advanced Menu
Event Logging Submenu of the Advanced Menu
The Event Logging Submenu configures event logging features for DMI events.
Main
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Power Savings
Exit
Advanced
Item Specific Help
Event Logging
Event Log Capacity:
Event Log Validity:
Space Available
Valid
View Event Log:
[Enter]
Event Logging:
System Boot Event:
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
Clear All Event Logs:
[No]
Mark Events as Read:
[Enter]
Select Item
Select Menu
-/Space Change Values
Enter Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
Press <Enter> key to
view the contents of
the event log.
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 12. Event Logging Submenu
Table 12: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Event Logging Submenu of the Advanced Menu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Event Log
Capacity:
Space Available
Display only.
Event Log Validity:
Valid
Display only.
View Event Log:
■
Enter
[Enter]
Allows you to view content of event log.
Event Logging:
■
Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
Turns event logging on and off for all DMI events.
Disabled
Enabled
[Disabled]
Turns event logging on and off for DMI system boot events.
No
Yes
[No]
When set to [Yes] all event logs will be cleared at next boot.
Enter
[Enter]
Allows you to make all events currently in the event log as read.
■
System Boot
Event:
■
■
Clear All Event
Logs:
■
Mark Events as
Read:
■
■
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LifeBook S Series Notebook BIOS
SECURITY MENU – SETTING THE SECURITY FEATURES
The Security menu allows you to set up the data security
features of your notebook to fit your operating needs and
to view the current data security configuration. Follow the
instructions for Navigating Through the Setup Utility to
make any changes. (See Navigating Through the Setup
Utility on page 2 for more information)
field's function and any special information needed to
help understand the field's use. The default condition is
no passwords required and no write protection.
The following tables show the names of the menu fields
for the Security menu and its submenus, the options for
each field, the default settings and a description of the
Entering a password incorrectly three times
in a row will cause the keyboard and
mouse to be locked out and the warning
[System Disabled] to be displayed. If
this happens, restart the computer by
turning off and on the power with the
power switch and use the correct
password on reboot.
Main
Advanced
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Boot
Info
■
If you set a password, write it down and
keep it in a safe place. If you forget the
password you will have to contact your
support representative to regain access
to your secured functions and data.
■
If you make an error when re-entering
the password a [Warning] will be displayed on the screen. To try again press
the [Enter] key and then retype the password. Press the [Esc] key to abort the
password setting process.
■
If the Password on Boot is Disabled you
will not have to type your password
upon resuming the system from the Suspend or Save-to-Disk modes.
Exit
Item Specific Help
▲▲ ▲
Supervisor Password Is:
User Password Is:
Clear
Clear
Set Supervisor Password
Set User Password
Minimum User Password Length:
Password on Boot:
On Automatic Wake up:
KB Lock on Resume:
Boot from Removable Media:
Flash Write:
Hard Disk Security
Owner Information
Security Chip Setting
Security Panel On Resume:
[Enter]
[Enter]
[0]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[All]
[Enabled]
Select Item
Select Menu
Then password entry is
required to enter BIOS
Setup.
[Enabled]
-/Space Change Values
Enter Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
Press <Enter> key to
set Supervisor Password
to enable any password
features.
Figure 13. Security Menu
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F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Security Menu
Table 13: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Security Menu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Supervisor
Password is:
–—
Clear
A display-only field. Set is displayed when the system Supervisor
Password is set and Clear when it is not.
User Password is:
–—
Clear
A display-only field. Set is displayed when the general User Password is
set, and Clear when it is not.
Set Supervisor
Password
[Enter]
[Enter]
Sets, changes or cancels Supervisor Password. The Supervisor Password
may be up to seven characters long and include only letters or numbers
(no symbols). Passwords are NOT case- sensitive. To cancel a password
press the Enter key instead of entering characters in the Enter New Password field and in the Re-enter New Password field. When a Supervisor
Password is set it must be used to access the BIOS setup utility.
Set User Password
[Enter]
[Enter]
This field can only be accessed if the Supervisor Password is set. Sets,
changes or cancels the User Password. The User Password may be up to
seven characters long and must include only letters or numbers (no
symbols). Passwords are NOT case-sensitive. To cancel a password press
the Enter key instead of entering characters in the Enter New Password
field and in the Re-enter New Password field. When a User Password is
set it must be used to access the BIOS setup utility.
Minimum User
Password Length:
[0]
[0]
Sets the minimum length for User Password.
Password on Boot:
■
Disabled
First Boot
Every Boot
[Disabled]
When Enabled, a password (User or Supervisor) is required after the
Power On Self Test (POST) before the operating system will be read from
a disk. When set to Disabled no password is required. If no Supervisor
Password is set this feature is not available and no password is required.
Disabled
Enabled
[Disabled]
This field is active only when Password On Boot is set to First Boot or
Every Boot. When disabled, password entry is not required on automatic
wake up on LAN or Real Time Clock. When enabled, the password is still
required on automatic wake up.
Disabled
Enabled
[Disabled]
When set to Enabled, the keyboard and mouse inputs are locked out
upon Suspend from Resume or Save-to-Disk mode until the password is
entered. When both passwords are set, the User password is always used
to lock. Password entry before OS boot is disabled upon unattended
boot.
All
Supervisor only
[All]
Enable password allows supervisor access only.
Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
When disabled, the BIOS Flash memory is write protected.
■
■
On Automatic
Wake up:
■
KB Lock on
Resume:
■
Boot from
Removable Media:
■
Flash Write:
■
■
■
■
■
Hard Disk Security
–—
–—
When selected, opens the Hard Disk Security submenu, which allows you
to configure hard disk security features.
Owner
Information
–—
–—
When selected, opens the Owner Information submenu, which allows
you to set Owner information.
Security Chip
Setting
–—
–—
When selected, opens the Security Chip Settings submenu, which allows
you to set Security Chip information.
Security Panel On
Resume
■
[Enabled]
Allows the Security Panel Feature to be enabled or disabled upon
Suspend from Resume.
■
Disabled
Enabled
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LifeBook S Series Notebook BIOS
Hard Disk Security Submenu of the Security Menu
The Hard Disk Security submenu is for configuring hard disk security features.
Main
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Power Savings
Exit
Advanced
Item Specific Help
Hard Disk Security
Drive0:
Set Master Password
Set User Password
Drive1:
Set Master Password
Set User Password
Clear
[Enter]
[Enter]
Not Available
[Enter]
[Enter]
Password Entry on Boot:
[Enabled]
Select Item
Select Menu
-/Space Change Values
Enter
Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
Press <Enter> key to
Set User Hard Disk
Password. The hard disk
is locked with the
password. Data in the
locked disk cannot be
read on other systems.
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 14. Hard Disk Security Submenu
Table 14: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Hard Disk Security Submenu of the Security Menu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Drive0:
___
Clear
Display-only. Default is Clear. When the Drive0 Password has been set, the field
changes to Set. When this password is set, the primary hard disk drive cannot be
used in another system unless the password is entered.
Set Master
Password
___
[Enter]
Sets, changes or cancels the Drive0 Master Password. The Drive0 Master Password
may be up to seven characters long and must include only letters or numbers (no
symbols). Passwords are NOT case-sensitive. When a Drive0 Master Password is set,
it must be used to access the hard drive if it is used in another system. Note that the
password will not take effect until the system has been rebooted.
Set User Password
___
[Enter]
Sets, changes or cancels the Drive0 User Password. The Drive0 User Password may
be up to seven characters long and must include only letters or numbers (no symbols). Passwords are NOT case-sensitive. When a Drive0 User Password is set, it
must be used to access the modular hard drive if it is used in another system. Note
that the password will not take effect until the system has been rebooted.
Drive1:
___
Not
Available
Display-only. Default is Not Available. When Drive1 Password has been set, the field
changes to Set. When this password is set, the secondary (modular) hard disk drive
cannot be used in another system unless the password is entered.
Set Master
Password:
___
[Enter]
Sets, changes or cancels the Drive1 Master Password. The Drive1 Master Password
may be up to seven characters long and must include only letters or numbers (no
symbols). Passwords are NOT case-sensitive. When a Drive1Master Password is set,
it must be used to access the hard drive if it is used in another system. Note that the
password will not take effect until the system has been rebooted.
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Security Menu
Table 14: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Hard Disk Security Submenu of the Security Menu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Set User Password:
___
[Enter]
Sets, changes or cancels the Drive1 USer Password. The Drive1 User Password may
be up to seven characters long and must include only letters or numbers (no symbols). Passwords are NOT case-sensitive. When a Drive1 User Password is set, it
must be used to access the modular hard drive if it is used in another system. Note
that the password will not take effect until the system has been rebooted.
Password Entry on
Boot:
■
[Enabled]
When set to disabled, entry of a Hard Disk Password is not required before OS boot.
(The hard disk is still password-protected without password entry.)
■
Disabled
Enabled
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LifeBook S Series Notebook BIOS
Owner Information Submenu of the Security Menu
The Owner Information Submenu is for setting owner information. Note that Owner Information cannot be set
without having entered a supervisor’s password.
Main
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Power Savings
Exit
Advanced
Owner Information
Owner Information Is:
Clear
Set Owner Information
[Enter]
Foreground Color:
Background Color:
[Gray]
[Black]
Select Item
Select Menu
-/Space Change Values
Enter
Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
Item Specific Help
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 15. Owner Information Submenu
Table 15: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Owner Information Submenu of the Security Menu
Note: The fields on this submenu cannot be changed unless the Supervisor Password is set.
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Owner
Information Is:
–—
Clear
Display only.
Set Owner
Information:
–—
[Enter]
Field to write owner information, e.g., your name.
Foreground
Color:
■
Light Red
Light Magenta
Yellow
Bright White
[Gray]
Set foreground color.
Light Red
Light Magenta
Yellow
Bright White
[Black]
Sets background color.
■
■
■
Background
Color:
■
■
■
■
Black
Blue
Green
Cyan
■
Black
Blue
Green
Cyan
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Red
Magenta
Brown
White
■
Red
Magenta
Brown
White
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Gray
Light Blue
Light Green
Light Cyan
■
Gray
Light Blue
Light Green
Light Cyan
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
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Security Menu
Security Chip Setting Submenu of the Security Menu
The Security Chip Setting submenu is used to enable or disabled the embedded security chip.
Main
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Power Savings
Exit
Advanced
Security Chip Setting
Security Chip:
Clear Security Chip
[Disabled]
[Enter]
Security Chip State:
Disabled
Deactivated
Select Item
Select Menu
-/Space Change Values
Enter
Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
Item Specific Help
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 16. Security Chip Setting Submenu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Security Chip:
■
[Disabled]
Allows you to enable or disable the security chip. Note that this is only active if
a Supervisor Password has been entered. A reboot is required after exit to configure the Security Chip correctly. Clear Security Chip option becomes selectable after reboot.
■
Disabled
Enabled
Clear Security Chip
–—
[Enter]
This field is not selectable until after the security chip is enabled and the system
is rebooted.
Security Chip State:
■
–—
Display only, to indicate the state of the chip if it has been disabled or
deactivated.
■
Disabled
Deactivated
Exiting from the Security Menu
When you have finished setting the parameters on the Security Menu, you can either exit from setup utility or move to
another menu. If you wish to exit from setup utility, press the [Esc] key to go to the Exit Menu. If you wish to move to
another menu, use the cursor keys.
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LifeBook S Series Notebook BIOS
BOOT MENU – SELECTING THE OPERATING SYSTEM SOURCE
The Boot Menu is used to select the order in which the
BIOS searches sources for the operating system. Follow
the instructions for Navigating Through the Setup
Utility to make any changes. (See Navigating Through the
Setup Utility on page 2 for more information)
Main
Advanced
The following tables show the names of the menu fields
for the Boot menu and its submenu, all of the options
for each field, the default settings and a description of
the field's function and any special information needed
to help understand the field's use.
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Boot
Info
Exit
Item Specific Help
▲
Quick Boot:
Boot Time Diagnostic Screen:
Boot Menu:
Preboot Execution Environment:
Boot Device Priority
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
All diagnostic tests
will be done.
[Enabled]
Some diagnostic tests
may be skipped while
booting to speed up.
Select Item -/Space Change Values
Select Sub-Menu
Select Menu Enter
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 17. Boot Menu
Table 17: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Boot Menu
Menu Field
Options
Default
Description
Quick Boot:
■
Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
Turns on and off booting with a truncated set of Power On Self
Tests. (Fewer tests mean faster turn on.)
Disabled
Enabled
[Disabled]
Turns on and off display of test results instead of Fujitsu logo screen
during Power On Self Test.
Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
When disabled, the boot menu is disabled and the F12 key is
ignored. When enabled, the boot menu is enabled. Note: This field
cannot be changed unless the Supervisor Password is set.
Disabled
Enabled
[Enabled]
Turns on and off boot from network server options.
__
This menu allows setting up the source for the operating system.
See “Boot Device Priority Submenu” in the following section.
■
Boot Time
Diagnostic Screen:
■
Boot Menu:
■
■
■
Preboot Execution
Environment:
■
Boot Device
Priority:
Selects the Boot Device
Priority submenu
■
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Boot Menu
Boot Device Priority Submenu of the Boot Menu
The Boot Device Priority submenu is for setting the order of checking of sources for the operating system.
■
Be careful of the operating environment when booting from a CD or you may overwrite files by mistake.
■
A bootable CD-ROM has either a floppy disk format or a hard drive format. When the bootable CD-ROM
is used, the drive allocations change automatically without changing the BIOS setup. If a floppy disk format is used, the CD-ROM becomes Drive A. The CD-ROM will only take drive C: (hard drive format) if
the internal hard drive is not present or is disabled. The bootable CD-ROM can never use a C: designation
if a formatted internal hard drive is present since the C: designator is always reserved for the internal hard
drive.The boot sequence ignores the new drive designations, however, your application software will use
the new designations.
Main
Advanced
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Power Savings
Boot
Boot Device Priority
Item Specific Help
Boot priority order:
1: Floppy Disk Drive
2: Drive0: FUJITSU MHV2060BH
3: Drive1: None
4: CD/DVD Drive
5: NETWORK: B02 D00 Yukon PXE
6:
7:
8:
Excluded from boot order:
: USB MEMORY: None
: USB HDD: None
Select Item
Select Menu
<+>/<Space> or <->
moves the device up or
down.
<x> exclude or include
the device to boot.
-/Space Change Values
Enter
Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
Keys used to view or
configure devices:
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 18. Boot Device Priority Submenu
Table 18: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Boot Device Priority Submenu of the Boot Menu
Menu Field
Description
Boot priority order:
1: Floppy Disk Drive
2: Drive0:
3: Drive1:
4: CD/DVD Drive
5: NETWORK:
6:
7:
8:
Excluded from boot order:
: USB MEMORY:
: USB HDD:
The boot selections determine the order in which the BIOS searches for the operating system during a
startup sequence. To change the order, highlight one source by using the [up] or [down] cursor keys and
then press the [+] or [-] key to change the order number. Tapping [x] removes from the list a device that is
not installed. Tapping [x] on an item in the Excluded list adds the device to the Boot priority list. Be sure to
save your changed order when you exit the BIOS setup utility.
NOTE: Be aware that if you use the CD-ROM drive as the first boot device, certain files may be
overwritten, depending upon your operating environment.
Exiting from Boot Menu
When you have finished setting the boot parameters with the Boot Menu, you can either exit from the setup utility or
move to another menu. If you wish to exit from the setup utility press the [Esc] key to go to the Exit Menu. If you wish
to move to another menu, use the cursor keys.
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LifeBook S Series Notebook BIOS
INFO MENU – DISPLAYS BASIC SYSTEM INFORMATION
The Info menu is a display only screens that provides the
configuration information for your notebook.
The information, including CPU type and
speed, and total memory, displayed on this
screen varies according to the unit you
purchased.
The following table shows the names of the menu fields
for the Info menu and the information displayed in
those fields. These fields are for information purposes
only, and are not editable.
Main
Advanced
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Boot
Info
BIOS Version:
BIOS Date:
BIOS Area:
1.04
12/27/2006
E000h - FFFFh
CPU Type:
CPU Speed:
L1 Cache:
L2 Cache:
Genuine Intel(R) CPU T2400
1.83 GHz
128 KB
2048 KB
Total Memory:
Memory Slot 1:
Memory Slot 2:
1024 MB
512 MB DDR2 SDRAM
512 MB DDR2 SDRAM
Select Item
Select Menu
-/Space Change Values
Enter
Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
Exit
F9
F10
Setup Defaults
Save and Exit
Figure 19. Info Menu
Table 19: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Info Menu
Note that the parameters listed in the following table may be different, depending upon your system configuration.
Menu Field
Default
Menu Field
Default
BIOS Version:
1.XX
L1 Cache:
128 KB
BIOS Date:
XX/XX/XXXX
L2 Cache:
2048 KB
BIOS Area:
E000h – FFFFh
Total Memory:
1024 MB
CPU Type:
Genuine Intel(R) CPU T2400
Memory Slot 1:
512 MB DDR2 SDRAM
CPU Speed:
1.83 GHz
Memory Slot 2:
512 MB DDR2 SDRAM
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Exit Menu
EXIT MENU – LEAVING THE SETUP UTILITY
The Exit Menu is used to leave the setup utility. Follow the instructions for Navigating Through the Setup Utility to
make any changes. (See Navigating Through the Setup Utility on page 2 for more information). The following table
shows the names of the menu fields for the Exit menu, the default settings and a description of the field's function and
any special information needed to help understand the field's use.
Main
Advanced
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Boot
Exit
Item Specific Help
Exit Saving Changes
Exit Discarding Changes
Load Setup Defaults
Discard Changes
Save Changes
Save Changes and Power Off
Select Item
Select Menu
-/Space Change Values
Enter
Select Sub-Menu
▲
F1 Help
ESC Exit
Exit System Setup and
save your changes to
CMOS.
F9
F10
Setup Defaults
Save and Exit
Figure 20. Exit Menu
Table 20: Fields, Options and Defaults for the Exit Menu
Menu Field
Description
Exit Saving
Changes
Exit Saving Changes and Exit will store all the entries on every menu of the setup utility to the BIOS memory and
then exit the setup utility. A confirmation message Save Configuration changes and exit now? [Yes]
[No] will be displayed.
Exit Discarding
Changes
Selecting Exit Discarding Changes and Exit will exit the setup utility with out writing to the BIOS memory. When the
BIOS recognizes this selection it will load the operating system and begin operation.
Load Setup
Defaults
Selecting Load Setup Defaults will load the factory preset default values for all menu fields, then display the message
Load default configuration now? [Yes] [No]. When confirmed the setup utility will return to the Exit
Menu. To return to another menu follow the directions in the Navigating Through the Setup Utility Section.
Discard Changes
Selecting Discard Changes will load the previous values in BIOS memory for all menu fields. The message Load
previous configuration now? [Yes] [No] will be displayed. When confirmed the utility will return to the
Exit menu. To return to another menu, follow the directions in the Navigating Through the Setup Utility Section.
Save Changes
Selecting Save Changes causes the new settings in all menus to be written to the BIOS memory. The message Save
configuration changes now? [Yes] [No] will be displayed. When confirmed, the setup utility will return
to the Exit menu. To go to another menu, follow the directions in the Navigating Through the Setup Utility section.
Save Changes
and Power Off
Selecting Save Changes and Power Off will cause the new settings in all menus to be written to the BIOS memory,
then power the system off. The message Save configuration changes now and power off? [Yes]
[No] will be displayed. When confirmed, the setup utility shut down the system.
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