SUPER
P8SCT
USER’S MANUAL
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Preface
Preface
About This Manual
This manual is written for system integrators, PC technicians and
knowledgeable PC users. It provides information for the installation and use of
P8SCT motherboard. The P8SCT supports single Intel Pentium® 4
the
Processor (the Prescott Processor) in the 775-Land Grid Array Package (LGA 775)
at a system bus speed of 800 MHz. It also supports Intel Celeron Processor at a
bus speed of 533MHz. The Pentium 4 Processor in the 775-Land Grid Array Package is housed in a Flip-Chip Land Grid Array (FC-LGA4) package that interfaces
with the motherboard via an LGA775 socket. The package consists of a processor
core mounted on a substrate land-carrier. An integrated heat spreader (IHS) is attached to the package substrate and core and serves as the contacting surface
for processor component thermal solutions, such as a heatsink. Please refer to
the motherboard specifications pages on our web site (http://www.supermicro.
com/Products/motherboard) for updates on supported processors. This product is
intended to be professionally installed.
Manual Organization
Chapter 1 includes a checklist of what should be included in your mainboard box,
describes the features, specifications and performance of the P8SCT mainboard
and provides detailed information about the chipset.
Chapter 2 begins with instructions on handling static-sensitive devices. Read
this chapter when installing the processor and DDR2 memory modules and when
mounting the mainboard in the chassis. Also refer to this chapter to connect the
floppy and hard disk drives, the IDE interfaces, the parallel and serial ports, the
mouse and keyboard and the twisted wires for the power supply, the reset button,
the keylock/power LED and the speaker.
If you encounter any problems, see Chapter 3, which describes troubleshooting procedures for the video, the memory and the setup configuration stored in
CMOS. For quick reference, a general FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) section
is provided. Instructions are also included for contacting technical support. In addition, you can visit our web site at www.supermicro.com/techsupport.htm for more
detailed information.
Chapter 4 includes an introduction to BIOS and provides detailed information on
running the CMOS Setup utility.
Appendix A provides BIOS POST Messages.
Appendix B lists BIOS POST Codes.
Appendix C lists Software Drivers and the OS Installation Instructions.
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Table of Contents
Preface
About This Manual ...................................................................................................... iii
Manual Organization ................................................................................................... iii
Chapter 1: Introduction
1-1
Overview ......................................................................................................... 1-1
Checklist ..................................................................................................... 1-1
Contacting Supermicro ............................................................................... 1-2
SUPER P8SCT Image .............................................................. 1-3
P8SCT Layout ............................................................................ 1-4
P8SCT Quick Reference ............................................................. 1-5
The E7221 Chipset: System Block Diagram.............................................. 1-6
Motherboard Features .............................................................................. 1-7
1-2
Chipset Overview ........................................................................................... 1-9
1-3
PC Health Monitoring ................................................................................... 1-10
1-4
CPU Thermal Management ........................................................................... 1-10
1-5
Power Configuration Settings ....................................................................... 1-11
1-6
Power Supply ............................................................................................... 1-12
1-7
Super I/O ........................................................................................................ 1-12
Chapter 2: Installation
2-1
Static-Sensitive Devices ................................................................................. 2-1
2-2
Processor and Heatsink Installation ............................................................... 2-2
2-3
Mounting the Motherboard in the Chassis ..................................................... 2-5
2-4
Installing DDR2 Memory ................................................................................ 2-6
2-5
I/O Port/Front Control Panel Connector Locations ........................................ 2-7
2-6
Connecting Cables ......................................................................................... 2-8
Power Supply Connectors ...................................................................... 2-8
PW_ON Connector .................................................................................. 2-8
Reset Connector ...................................................................................... 2-9
Overheat/Fan Fail LED ........................................................................... 2-9
NIC1/NIC2 LED Indicators ....................................................................... 2-10
IDE/SATA LED ...................................................................................... 2-10
Power On_LED Connector ......................................................................2-11
NMI Button .............................................................................................. 2-11
Serial Ports ............................................................................................... 2-12
Speaker Connector ............................................................................... 2-12
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Fan Headers .......................................................................................... 2-13
Chassis Intrusion .................................................................................... 2-13
ATX PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse Ports ......................................................... 2-14
Universal Serial Bus (USB) ..................................................................... 2-14
Wake-On-Ring .......................................................................................... 2-15
Wake-On-LAN .......................................................................................... 2-15
VGA Connector ........................................................................................ 2-16
Giga-bit LAN Ports ................................................................................... 2-16
SATA LED ................................................................................................. 2-17
Power LED ............................................................................................... 2-17
Keylock ..................................................................................................... 2-18
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Jumper Settings ............................................................................................ 2-19
Explanation of Jumpers ......................................................................... 2-19
CMOS Clear ........................................................................................... 2-19
Keyboard Wake-Up .................................................................................. 2-20
Giga-bit LAN Enable ................................................................................ 2-20
Force Power On Enable ........................................................................... 2-21
Watch Dog Enable ................................................................................... 2-21
SMBus to PCI/PCI-X Slots ....................................................................... 2-22
PCI-X Slot Speed Select .......................................................................... 2-22
CPU Front Side Bus Speed ..................................................................... 2-23
USB Wake-Up .......................................................................................... 2-23
2-8
Onboard Indicators ......................................................................................... 2-24
GLAN LEDs .............................................................................................. 2-24
2-9
Parallel Port, Floppy/Hard Drive and SCSI Connections ............................. 2-25
Parallel Port Connector ........................................................................... 2-25
Floppy Connector .................................................................................... 2-26
IDE Connectors ....................................................................................... 2-26
Chapter 3: Troubleshooting
3-1
Troubleshooting Procedures ........................................................................... 3-1
Before Power On....................................................................................... 3-1
No Power................................................................................................... 3-1
No Video .................................................................................................. 3-1
Memory Errors........................................................................................... 3-2
Losing the System’s Setup Configuration ................................................ 3-2
3-2
Technical Support Procedures ....................................................................... 3-2
3-3
Frequently Asked Questions .......................................................................... 3-3
3-4
Returning Merchandise for Service ................................................................. 3-5
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Chapter 4: BIOS
4-1
Introduction ....................................................................................................... 4-1
4-2
Running Setup ................................................................................................. 4-2
4-3
Main BIOS Setup ............................................................................................. 4-2
Main BIOS Setup Menu ........................................................................... 4-3
4-4
Advanced BIOS Setup ...................................................................................... 4-5
4-4.1 Advanced BIOS Features ................................................................ 4-5
4-4.2 Advanced Chipset Control ............................................................... 4-6
4-4.3 I/O Device Configuration .................................................................. 4-8
4-4.4 PnP Configuration ............................................................................ 4-9
4-4.5 Hardware Monitors ......................................................................... 4-11
4-4.6 Processor & Clock Options ............................................................ 4-12
4-4.7 DMI Event Log ................................................................................ 4-13
4-4.8 Console Redirection ........................................................................ 4-14
4-5
Security ........................................................................................................... 4-15
4-6
Boot ............................................................................................................... 4-16
4-7
Exit ................................................................................................................. 4-17
Appendices:
Appendix A: BIOS POST Messages .........................................................................A-1
Appendix B: BIOS POST Codes ................................................................................B-1
Appendix C: Software Installation Instructions...........................................................C-1
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Chapter 1
Introduction
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Overview
Checklist
Congratulations on purchasing your computer motherboard from an acknowledged
leader in the industry. Supermicro boards are designed with the utmost attention to
detail to provide you with the highest standards in quality and performance.
Please check that the following items have all been included with your motherboard.
If anything listed here is damaged or missing, contact your retailer.
All Included in the Retail Box Only
One (1) Supermicro Mainboard
One (1) IDE cable
One (1) 9-pin Serial port DKT Cable
One (1) ATX floppy drive cable w/3 heads
Two (2) SATA cables
One (1) I/O shield
One (1) Supermicro CD containing drivers and utilities
One (1) User's/BIOS Manual
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Contacting Supermicro
Headquarters
Address:
Tel:
Fax:
Email:
Web Site:
SuperMicro Computer, Inc.
980 Rock Ave.
San Jose, CA 95131 U.S.A.
+1 (408) 503-8000
+1 (408) 503-8008
marketing@supermicro.com (General Information)
support@supermicro.com (Technical Support)
www.supermicro.com
Europe
Address:
Tel:
Fax:
Email:
SuperMicro Computer B.V.
Het Sterrenbeeld 28, 5215 ML
's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands
+31 (0) 73-6400390
+31 (0) 73-6416525
sales@supermicro.nl (General Information)
support@supermicro.nl (Technical Support)
rma@supermicro.nl (Customer Support)
Asia-Pacific
Address:
Tel:
Fax:
Web Site:
SuperMicro, Taiwan
4F, No. 232-1 Liancheng Road
Chung-Ho 235, Taipei Hsien, Taiwan, R.O.C.
+886-(2) 8226-3990
+886-(2) 8226-3991
www.supermicro.com.tw
Technical Support:
Email:
support@supermicro.com.tw
Tel:
886-2-8226-3990, ext.132 or 139
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Figure 1-1.
P8SCT Image
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Figure 1-3. Motherboard Layout
(not drawn to scale)
4-Pin
PWR
CPU
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
Bank1
(CopperRiver)
DIMM 1A (blue)
Bank2
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
E7221
Parallel Port
VGA
COM1
JPUSB1
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
GLAN2
DIMM 2B (black)
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X#6
JP3
GLAN
PCI#5
ICH6R
South
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#4
BIOS Fan3
Bridge
JBT1
LE1
JLED
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Battery
JF1
CTRL
PCI#3
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
PCI#1
JWOL
JPA1
SATA2
IPMI
JPUSB2
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
Floppy
SATA1
J L 1 SATA0
IDE
Fan4
S I/O
Notes
1. See Chapter 2 for detailed information on jumpers, I/O ports and JF1 front
panel connections.
2. "
" indicates Pin 1.
3. The graphics and drawings shown in this manual were based upon the latest
PCB Revision available at the time of publishing of this manual. Your motherboard may or may not look exactly the same as the graphics shown in the
manual.
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P8SCT Quick Reference
Jumpers
Description
Default Setting
JBT1
CMOS Clear
See Chapter 2
JP1, JP2
SMBus To PCI
Open (Disabled)
JP3
JPF
PCI-X Frequency
Power Force-On
Close (133MHz)
Open (Normal)
JPL1/JPL2
LAN1/LAN2 Enable Pins 1-2 (Enabled)
JFSB1/JFSB2
Front Side Bus Speed
JPUSB1/JPUSB2
*USB Wake-Up Enable
JPWAKE1
(*JPUSB1:USB 1/2, JPUSB2:USB 3/4, 5/6)
KB/Mouse Wake-Up
Pins 1-2 (Enabled) JWD
Pins 1-2 (Reset)
Watch Dog
Pins 1-2/Pins 1-2(Auto)
Pins 2-3 (Disabled)
Connectors
Description
ATX Power (PW1)
24-Pin Power Connector
4-Pin Power (PW2)
4-Pin Power Connector
COM1, COM2
COM Port/Serial Port 1 & Port 2 Connectors
Fans 1-5
Fan5: CPU Fan, Fan1-4: Chassis Fan Headers
DIMM#1A,#1B,#2A,#2B Memory (DIMM) Slots (1 through 4)
Floppy
Floppy Disk Connector
IDE
IDE Connector
IPMI
IPMI 2.0 Socket
J9
Internal Speaker (Buzzer)
JF1
Front Panel Control
JL1
Chassis Intrusion Header
JK1
Keylock Header
JLED
Power LED Connector
JSLED
SATA LED Connector
JWOL
Wake-On LAN
JWOR
Wake-On-Ring Header
KB/MS(J14)
PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse
LE1
Onboard +5V Standby Warning LED
GLAN1/GLAN2 Giga-bit Ethernet RJ45 (LAN1/LAN2) Connectors
Parallel
Printer Port
PCI slots
One: PCI-X 64bit/133MHz, Five: PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
slots
SATA #0-3
4 SATA Headers
USB 1/2
Back Panel Universal Serial Ports1/2
USB 3/4, USB 5/6
Front Panel USB Headers:USB3/4(J10), USB5/6(J7)
VGA
Video/Graphic Connector
(*See Chapter 2 for detailed pin information and jumper settings.)
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VRM 10.1
Intel LGA775_PROCESSOR
CK410
ADDR
CTRL
DATA
ADDR
CTRL
DATA
FSB: 800/533MHz
DDR2
CH_A1-2
CH_B1-2
533/400
E7221
INTEGRATED
COPPER RIVER
GMCH
GRAPHIC
VGA_CONN
PCI-Ex8
PXH-V
PCI-E /PCI-X
Bridge
DMI
Primary
IDE
PCI-X BUS
UDMA/100
1x PCIX_64b
ICH6R
S-ATAI
PCI 32 BUS
SLOT
4 Ports
LPC BUS
USB
PORT_1~6
5x PCI_32
Slot
PCI-Ex1
FWH
LPC I/O
KB.
MS.
FDD.
SER.1
SER.2
PRN.
2x Gb_LAN
BM5721
H/W
MONITOR
Figure 1-3. Intel E7221 Copper River Chipset:
System Block Diagram
Note: This is a general block diagram and may not exactly represent
the features on your motherboard. See the following pages for the
actual specifications of each motherboard.
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Motherboard Features
CPU Latest CPU technology!
•
Single Intel Pentium® 4 and Intel Celeron Processor in the 775-Land Grid Array Package
Front Side Bus
•
800 MHz/533 MHz
Memory Latest memory technology!
•
Dual/Single Channel 240-pin DDR2 533/400 up to 4 GB of ECC/Non ECC,
unbuffered DRAM in 4 DIMM modules Note: See Section 2-4 for details.
•
Two-way interleaved (two DIMMs required)
Chipset Latest Intel chipset technology!
•
Intel E7221 (Copper River)
Expansion Slots
• One (1) PCI-X 64bit/133MHz
• Five (5) PCI 32-bit/33MHz slots
BIOS
•
8Mb Firmware Hub AwardBIOS® Flash EEPROM BIOS
•
APM 1.2, DMI 2.3, PCI 2.2, ACPI 1.0 (limited), Plug and Play (PnP)
• BIOS resource hot keys, SMBIOS2.3
PC Health Monitoring
•
Seven onboard voltage monitors for CPU core, +3.3V, +5V, +5VStandby,
VBATT, and ±12V
• Fan status monitor with firmware/software speed control
•
SuperDoctor III, Watch Dog, NMI
•
Environmental temperature monitoring via BIOS
•
Power-up mode control for recovery from AC power loss
•
System resource alert via Supero Doctor III
•
Auto-switching voltage regulator for the CPU core
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ACPI Features
•
Microsoft OnNow
•
Slow blinking LED for suspend state indicator
• BIOS support for USB keyboard
•
Main switch override mechanism
•
Internal/external modem ring-on
Onboard I/O
• 1 UDMA IDE supporting two drives
•
Intel ICH6R SATA Controller 4 connectors for 4 devices
•
1 floppy port interface (up to 2.88 MB)
•
2 Fast UART 16550 compatible serial connectors (1 header, 1 port)
• 2 Broadcom 5721 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controllers
•
1 EPP (Enhanced Parallel Port) and ECP (Extended Capabilities Port) supported parallel port
•
PS/2 mouse and PS/2 keyboard ports
•
Up to 6 USB (Universal Serial Bus) 2.0 ports for a speed of up to 480Mbps Latest USB 2.0 technology!
•
1 VGA Connector
•
1 IPMI 2.0 Socket
Other
•
Hyper-threading enabled
•
Wake-on-Ring (WOR)
• Wake-on-LAN (WOL)
•
Multiple CPU clock ratio selections (set in BIOS)
•
Onboard +5vsb warning LED ("LE1")
CD Utilities
• BIOS flash upgrade utility
•
Chipset drivers
Dimensions
• ATX form factor, 12" x 9.5" (305 x242 mm)
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Chipset Overview
Intel’s E7221 (Copper River) chipset, designed for the server market, consists
of the following components: the Graphics Memory Controller Hub (GMCH), Intel
PCI-X Hub (PXH-V), and Intel I/O Controller Hub (ICH6R). The E7221 (Copper
River) chipset provides the performance and feature-set required for the entry level
single-processor server solutions.
Graphics Memory Controller Hub (GMCH)
The function of the GMCH is to manage the data flow between five interfaces:
Processor/Host interface (FSB), System Memory Interface (DRAM controller), PCI
Express Interface, Direct Media Interface (DMI) and PXH-V Interface. The GMCH
is optimized for the Prescott processors in an LGA775 Package. It supports one
or two channels of unbuffered, ECC/Non ECC DDR2 533/400 SDRAM.
The ACPI component provides the data buffering and interface arbitration required
to ensure that system interfaces operate efficiently. The Direct Media Interface (DMI)
is a point-to-point interconnect between the Copper River GMCH and the ICH6.
Intel ICH6R System Features
The I/O Controller Hub provides the I/O subsystem with access to the rest of the
system. Functions and capabilities include:
*PCI Express Base Specification, Rev. 1.0a-compliant
*PCI 2.3
*ACPI Power Management Logic Support
*USB host interface
*Enhanced DMA Controller
*System Management Bus
*Low Pin Count (LPC) Interface
*Firmware Hub (FWH) Interface
Graphics Features/Display
The E7221 Copper River GMCH provides an integrated server-quality onboard
graphics.
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PC Health Monitoring
This section describes the PC health monitoring features of the P8SCT. The
motherboard has an onboard System Hardware Monitor chip that supports PC
health monitoring.
Seven Onboard Voltage Monitors for the CPU Core, +3.3V, +5V,
+5V Standby, VBAT, and ±12V
The onboard voltage monitor will scan these voltages continuously. Once a voltage
becomes unstable, it will give a warning or send an error message to the screen.
Users can adjust the voltage thresholds to define the sensitivity of the voltage
monitor via Supero Doctor III.
Fan Status Monitor with Firmware Speed Control
The PC health monitor can check the RPM status of the cooling fans. The onboard
fans are controlled by thermal management via BIOS.
CPU Overheat Control
This feature is available when the user enables the CPU overheat warning function
in the BIOS. This allows the user to define an overheat temperature. When the
temperature reaches the pre-defined OH temperature or when a fan failure occurs,
then, the Overheat warning LED is triggered.
Auto-Switching Voltage Regulator for the CPU Core
The 4-phase-switching voltage regulator for the CPU core can support auto-sense
voltage IDs ranging from 0.875 V to 1.6V. This will accommodate different CPUs
with different core voltage requirements. It will also allow the regulator to run cooler
and thus make the system more stable.
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CPU Thermal Management
Thermal Management 2 (TM2)
When TM2 is enabled in the BIOS and the CPU temperature reaches a pre-defined
threshold, a thermal monitoring mechanism will reduce the process speed by lowering the bus-to-core ratio of the processor core clock and decrease the voltage input
by changing the CPU VID. This combination of reduced CPU bus frequency and
CPU VID effectively decreases CPU power consumption and prevents the processor from overheat, and thus, greatly increases system stability. (*This function is
available for the CPUs that support TM2.)
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Power Configuration Settings
This section describes features of your motherboard that deal with power and
power settings.
Slow Blinking LED for Suspend-State Indicator
When the CPU goes into a suspend state, the chassis power LED will start blinking
to indicate that the CPU is in suspend mode. When the user presses any key, the
CPU will wake-up and the LED will automatically stop blinking and remain on.
BIOS Support for USB Keyboard
If the USB keyboard is the only keyboard in the system, it will function like a normal
keyboard during system boot-up.
Main Switch Override Mechanism
When an ATX power supply is used, the power button can function as a system
suspend button. When the user presses the power button, the system will enter
a SoftOff state. The monitor will be suspended and the hard drive will spin down.
Pressing the power button again will cause the whole system to wake-up. During
the SoftOff state, the ATX power supply provides power to keep the required circuitry
in the system alive. In case the system malfunctions and you want to turn off the
power, just press and hold the power button for 4 seconds. The power will turn off
and no power will be provided to the motherboard.
Wake-On-LAN (WOL)
Wake-On-LAN is defined as the ability of a management application to remotely
power up a computer that is powered off. Remote PC setup, up-dates and access
tracking can occur after hours and on weekends so that daily LAN traffic is kept to
a minimum and users are not interrupted. The motherboard has a 3-pin header
(WOL) to connect to the 3-pin header on a Network Interface Card (NIC) that has
WOL capability. Wake-On-LAN must be enabled in BIOS. Note that Wake-On-LAN
can only be used with an ATX 2.01 (or above) compliant power supply.
Wake-On-Ring (WOR) Header
Wake-up events can be triggered by a device such as the external modem ringing
when the system is in the SoftOff state. Note that external modem ring-on can only
be used with an ATX 2.01 (or above) compliant power supply.
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Power Supply
As with all computer products, a stable power source is necessary for proper and
reliable operation. It is even more important for processors that have high CPU
clock rates of 1 GHz and faster.
The
P8SCT accommodates 12V ATX power supplies. Although most
power supplies generally meet the specifications required by the CPU, some are
inadequate. A 2 amps of current supply on a 5V Standby rail is strongly recommended.
It is strongly recommended that you use a high quality power supply that meets
12V ATX power supply Specification 1.1 or above. Additionally, in areas where
noisy power transmission is present, you may choose to install a line filter to shield
the computer from noise. It is recommended that you also install a power surge
protector to help avoid problems caused by power surges.
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The disk drive adapter functions of the Super I/O chip include a floppy disk drive
controller that is compatible with industry standard 82077/765, a data separator,
write pre-compensation circuitry, decode logic, data rate selection, a clock generator, drive interface control logic and interrupt and DMA logic. The wide range of
functions integrated onto the Super I/O greatly reduces the number of components
required for interfacing with floppy disk drives. The Super I/O supports two 360
K, 720 K, 1.2 M, 1.44 M or 2.88 M disk drives and data transfer rates of 250 Kb/s,
500 Kb/s or 1 Mb/s.
It also provides two high-speed, 16550 compatible serial communication ports
(UARTs). Each UART includes a 16-byte send/receive FIFO, a programmable
baud rate generator, complete modem control capability and a processor interrupt
system. Both UARTs provide legacy speed with baud rate of up to 115.2 Kbps
as well as an advanced speed with baud rates of 250 K, 500 K, or 1 Mb/s, which
support higher speed modems.
The Super I/O provides functions that comply with ACPI (Advanced Configuration
and Power Interface), which includes support of legacy and ACPI power management through a SMI or SCI function pin. It also features auto power management
to reduce power consumption.
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Chapter 2
Installation
2-1
Static-Sensitive Devices
Electric Static Discharge (ESD) can damage electronic components. To prevent
damage to your system board, it is important to handle it very carefully. The following
measures are generally sufficient to protect your equipment from ESD.
Precautions
•
Use a grounded wrist strap designed to prevent static discharge.
•
Touch a grounded metal object before removing the board from the antistatic
bag.
• Handle the board by its edges only; do not touch its components, peripheral
chips, memory modules or gold contacts.
•
When handling chips or modules, avoid touching their pins.
•
Put the motherboard and peripherals back into their antistatic bags when not in
use.
• For grounding purposes, make sure your computer chassis provides excellent
conductivity between the power supply, the case, the mounting fasteners and
the motherboard.
•
Use only the correct type of CMOS onboard battery as specified by the Manufacturer. Do not install the CMOS onboard battery upside down to avoid a possible
explosion.
Unpacking
The motherboard is shipped in antistatic packaging to avoid static damage. When
unpacking the board, make sure the person handling it is static protected.
Installation Procedures
Follow the procedures as listed below for full installation of the motherboard into
a chassis:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Install the processor and the heatsink to the motherboard.
Install the motherboard in the chassis.
Install the memory and add-on cards.
Finally, connect the cables and install the drivers.
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LGA775 Processor and Heatsink Installation
!
When handling the processor package, avoid placing
direct pressure on the label area of the fan.
IMPORTANT: Always connect the power cord last and always remove it before adding, removing or changing any hardware components. Make sure that you install
the processor into the CPU socket before you install the CPU heatsink.
Installation of the LGA775 Processor
New CPU Socket (w/
plastic cap on)
1. Press the socket lever to release the
load plate that covers the CPU socket Socket Lever
from its locking position.
Load Plate
2. Carefully lift the socket lever up to
open the load plate.
Load Plate
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3. Locate Pin 1 on the CPU socket. (*Note:
North Key
Pin 1 is the corner marked with a triangle).
Please note that the North Key and the
South Key are located vertically in the
CPU housing.
4. Position the motherboard in such a way Pin 1
that Pin 1 of the CPU socket is located at
South Key
the left bottom of the CPU housing.
North Center Edge
5. Use your thumb and your index finger to
hold the CPU at the North Center Edge and
the South Center Edge of the CPU.
6. Align Pin 1 of the CPU with Pin 1 of the
socket. Once aligned, carefully lower the
CPU straight down to the socket. (**Do
not drop the CPU on the socket. Do not
move the CPU horizontally or vertically. Do
not rub the CPU against the surface of the
socket or against any pins of the socket to
avoid damage to the CPU or the socket.)
South Center Edge
7. With the CPU inside the socket, inspect
the four corners of the CPU to make sure
that the CPU is properly installed.
Socket Lever
CPU in the CPU socket
8. Use your thumb to gently press the lever
down and lock it in the hook.
9. If the CPU is properly installed into the
socket, the plastic cap will be automatically
released from the load plate when the lever
is pushed into the hook. Remove the plastic
cap from the motherboard.
Plastic cap is released
from the load plate if
the CPU is properly
installed.
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Installation of the Heatsink
1. Locate the CPU Fan on the motherboard. (Refer to the layout on Page 1-4
for the CPU Fan location.)
2. Position the heatsink in such a way
that the heatsink fan wires are closest to
the CPU fan and are not interfered with
other components
3. Inspect the CPU Fan wires to make
sure that the wires are routed through
the bottom of the heatsink.
4. Remove the thin layer of the protective film from the copper core of the
heatsink.
(*Warning: CPU overheat may occur if
the protective film is not removed from
the heatsink.)
Thermal Grease
5. Apply the proper amount of thermal
grease on the CPU. (*Note: if your
heatsink came with a thermal pad,
please ignore this step.)
6. If necessary, rearrange the wires
to make sure that the wires are not
pinched between the heatsink and the
CPU. Also make sure to keep clearance
between the fan wires and the fins of
the heatsink.
CPU
Fan Wires
Heatsink Fins
7. Align the four heatsink fasteners with
the mounting holes on the motherboard.
Gently push the fasteners into the
mounting holes until you hear a "click".
Heatsink Fastener
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8. Repeat Step 6 to insert all four heatsink
fasteners into the mounting holes.
9. Once all four fasteners are securely
inserted into the mounting holes and the
heatsink is properly installed on the motherboard, connect the heatsink fan wires to
the CPU Fan connector.
Heatsink Removal
1. Unplug the power cord from the power
supply.
2. Disconnect the heatsink fan wires from the
CPU fan header.
3. Use your finger tips to gently press on the
fastener cap and rotate counterclockwise to
make a 1/4 (900) turn.
4. Repeat Step 3 to loosen all fasteners from
the mounting holes.
5. With all fasteners loosened, remove the
heatsink from the CPU.
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Mounting the Motherboard in the Chassis
All motherboards have standard mounting holes to fit different types of chassis.
Make sure that the locations of all the mounting holes for both the motherboard and
the chassis match. Although a chassis may have both plastic and metal mounting
fasteners, metal ones are highly recommended because they ground the motherboard to the chassis. Make sure that the metal standoffs click in or are screwed in
tightly. Then, use a screwdriver to secure the motherboard onto the motherboard
tray. (Note: Some components are very close to the mounting holes. Please take
all precautionary measures to prevent damage done to these components when
you install the motherboard into the chassis.)
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Installing DDR2 Memory
CAUTION
Exercise extreme care when installing or removing memory modules
to prevent any possible damage.
Memory Module Installation (See Figure 2-2)
1.
Insert each DDR2 memory module vertically into its slot. Pay attention to the
notch along the bottom of the module to prevent inserting the module incorrectly. (See support information below.)
2.
Gently press down on the memory module until it snaps into place.
Support
The P8SCT supports Dual/Single channel, ECC/Non ECC, unbuffered DDR2
533/400 SDRAM. Both interleaved and non-interleaved memory are supported, so you may populate any number of DIMM slots. (Populating DIMM#1A,
DIMM#2A, and/or DIMM#1B, DIMM#2B with memory modules of the same size
and of the same type will result in dual channel, two-way interleaved memory
which is faster than single channel, non-interleaved memory.)
Figure 2-2. Side and Top Views of DDR2 Module Installation into Slot
II
2
To Install:
Insert module
vertically and
press down
until it snaps
into place.
Pay attention
to the notch.
To Remove:
Use your thumbs
gently to push
each release tab
outward to release
the DIMM from
the slot.
DDRII
Slot
DDR2 Slot
(Top View)
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I/O Port/Control Panel Connector Locations
The I/O ports are color coded in conformance with the PC99 specification to make
setting up your system easier. See Figure 2-3 below for the colors and locations
of the various IO ports.
Figure 2-3. I/O Port Locations and Definitions
Parallel Port (Burgundy)
Mouse (Green)
Keyboard
COM1 Port (Tur-
USB 1/2 Ports
VGA Port
GLAN1
GLAN2
quoise)
(Purple)
Front Control Panel
JF1 contains header pins for various front control panel connectors. See Figure
2-4 for the pin definitions of the various connectors including the speaker. Refer
to Section 2-6 for details.
20
19
Ground
NMI
X
X
Power On LED
Vcc 5 STB
IDE/SATA LED
Vcc 3
NIC1 LED
Vcc 3 STB
NIC2 LED
Vcc 3 STB
Vcc 3
Overheat/Fan Fail LED
Reserved
Reserved
Ground
Ground
2
2-7
1
Reset
Reset Button
Signal
Power Button
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Connecting Cables
ATX Power Supply 24-pin Connector
Pin Definitions
Pin Number Definition Pin Number Definition
1
+3.3V
13
+3.3V
2
+3.3V
14
-12V
3
COM
15
COM
4
+5V
16
PS_ON#
5
COM
17
COM
6
+5V
18
COM
7
COM
19
COM
8
PWR_OK
20
Res(NC)
9
5VSB
21
+5V
10
+12V
22
+5V
11
+12V
23
+5V
12
+3.3V
24
COM
Power Supply Connectors
The primary power supply connector
(PW1) on the P8SCT meets the SSI
(Superset ATX) 24-pin specification.
Refer to the table on the right for the
pin definitions of the ATX 24-pin power
connector. You must also connect the
4-pin (PW2) processor power connector to your power supply. Refer to the
+12V 4-pin
Connector
Required Con-
table below right for the PW2 (12V)
nection
connector.
Pins # Definition
1 & 2 Ground
3&4
+12 V
PW_ON Connector
PW_ON
Pin Definitions
(JF1)
The PW_ON connector is located on
pins 1 and 2 of JF1.
ATX PWR
Pin #
1
2
Definition
Signal
GND
12V 4-Pin PWR
PWR-On
Parallel Port
4-Pin
PWR
20
19
Ground
CPU
E7221
NorthBridge
NMI
X
(LGA 775)
X
(CopperRiver)
Power On LED
Bank1
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
DIMM 1A (blue)
Bank2
COM1
VGA
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JPUSB1
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
DIMM 2A (blue)
Vcc 5 STB
IDE/SATA LED
DIMM 1B (black)
Vcc 3
GLAN2
NIC1 LED
Vcc 3 STB
NIC2 LED
Vcc 3 STB
DIMM 2B (black)
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X#6
JP3
Battery
PCI#5
ICH6R
South
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#4
Bridge
JBT1
PCI#3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
JWOR
JK1
PCI#1
JWOL
JPA1
JPUSB2
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
Floppy
Ground
Reset
Reset Button
Signal
Power Button
SATA2
IPMI
Ground
SATA1
J L 1 SATA0
IDE
Fan4
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
COM2
Reserved
Reserved
SATA3
S I/O
Vcc 3
Overheat/Fan Fail LED
JLED
LE1
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
BIOS Fan3
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
GLAN
JF1
CTRL
2
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Reset Connector
Reset Pin
Definitions
(JF1)
The reset connector is located on
Pin
Number Definition
Reset
3
Ground
4
pins 3 and 4 of JF1. This connector
attaches to the reset switch on the
computer chassis. See the table on
the right for pin definitions.
Overheat/FanFail LED
OH/Fan Fail LED
Pin Definitions
(JF1)
Connect an LED to the OH/Fan Fail
connection on pins 7 and 8 of JF1 to
provide advanced warnings of chassis overheating or system fan failure.
Refer to the table on the right for pin
definitions.
Pin
Number Definition
Vcc 3
7
GND
8
OH/Fan Fail LED
(JF1)
State Message
Normal
Off
Stay On Overheat
Fan Fail
Blink
OH/Fan Fail LED
4-Pin
PWR
20
Reset
19
Ground
CPU
NorthBridge
NMI
X
(LGA 775)
X
(CopperRiver)
Power On LED
Bank1
COM1
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
E7221
Parallel Port
VGA
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JPUSB1
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
Vcc 5 STB
IDE/SATA LED
DIMM 1A (blue)
Vcc 3
DIMM 1B (black)
Bank2
GLAN2
DIMM 2A (blue)
NIC1 LED
Vcc 3 STB
NIC2 LED
Vcc 3 STB
DIMM 2B (black)
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
PCI-X#6
JP3
Battery
PCI#5
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#4
GLAN
ICH6R
South
CTRL
BIOS Fan3
Bridge
JBT1
LE1
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#3
Reserved
Reserved
JLED
JPL1
JPL2
Vcc 3
Overheat/Fan Fail LED
Buzzer
Fan2
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JF1
CTRL
Ground
Reset
Reset Button
Signal
Power Button
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
PCI#1
JWOL
JPA1
Floppy
Ground
SATA2
IPMI
JPUSB2
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
SATA1
J L 1 SATA0
IDE
2
Fan4
S I/O
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NIC2 LED Pin
Definitions
(JF1)
NIC1/NIC2 LED Indicators
The NIC (Network Interface Control-
Pin
Number Definition
3VSTBY
9
GND
10
ler) LED connection for GLAN port1 is
located on pins 11 and 12 of JF1 and
the LED connection for GLAN Port2
NIC1 LED Pin
Definitions
(JF1)
is on Pins 9 and 10. Attach the NIC
LED cables to display network activity.
Pin
Number Definition
3VSTBY
11
GND
12
Refer to the table on the right for pin
definitions.
*IDE/SATA (*See the note
below)
IDE
Pin Definitions (JF1)
Pin
Number
Definition
13
Vcc3
14
HD Active
The IDE/SATA LED is located on pins
13, 14 of JF1. This LED connects to
the hard drive LED to display all IDE
and SATA activities. See the table on
the right for pin definitions.
(*Note: This LED is for all IDE and
SATA devices)
IDE/SATA LED
NIC2 LED
NIC1 LED
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JPUSB1
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
Fan1
Fan5
4-Pin
20
19
PWR
Parallel Port
GLAN1
NMI
CPU
E7221
X
NorthBridge
X
(LGA 775)
(CopperRiver)
Bank1
VGA
COM1
Ground
Power On LED
Vcc 5 STB
IDE/SATA LED
DIMM 1A (blue)
Vcc 3
DIMM 1B (black)
Bank2
GLAN2
DIMM 2A (blue)
NIC1 LED
Vcc 3 STB
NIC2 LED
Vcc 3 STB
DIMM 2B (black)
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
PCI-X#6
JP3
GLAN
Battery
PCI#5
ICH6R
South
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#4
Bridge
JBT1
PCI#3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
Ground
JWOR
JK1
PCI#1
JWOL
JPA1
JPUSB2
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
Floppy
Reset
Reset Button
Signal
Power Button
SATA2
IPMI
Ground
SATA1
J L 1 SATA0
IDE
Fan4
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
COM2
Reserved
Reserved
SATA3
S I/O
Vcc 3
Overheat/Fan Fail LED
JLED
LE1
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
BIOS Fan3
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JF1
CTRL
2
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Power On_LED Connector
Power_LED
Pin Definitions (JF1)
Pin
Number
Definition
15
+5VSTBY
16
Ground
The Power LED connector is located
on pins 15, 16 of JF1. (*Use JLED for
a 3-pin connector.) This connection
is used to provide LED indication of
power being supplied to the system.
See the table on the right for pin
definitions.
NMI Button
NMI Button Pin
Definitions (JF1)
Pin
Definition
Number
Control
19
Ground
20
The non-maskable interrupt button
header is located on pins 19 and 20
of JF1. Refer to the table on the right
for pin definitions.
NMI
PWR-On LED
20
VGA
Fan1
Fan5
19
4-Pin
Ground
PWR
NMI
X
CPU
E7221
Parallel Port
COM1
JPUSB1
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
X
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
Power On LED
(CopperRiver)
Vcc 5 STB
Bank1
DIMM 1A (blue)
Bank2
IDE/SATA LED
GLAN1
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
GLAN2
DIMM 2B (black)
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
JP3
PCI#5
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#4
ICH6R
South
CTRL
BIOS Fan3
Bridge
JBT1
LE1
NIC2 LED
Vcc 3 STB
Vcc 3
Reserved
Reserved
JLED
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Vcc 3 STB
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
GLAN
Buzzer
Fan2
JF1
Battery
NIC1 LED
Overheat/Fan Fail LED
PCI-X#6
CTRL
Vcc 3
PCI#3
Ground
Reset
Reset Button
Signal
Power Button
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
PCI#1
JWOL
JPA1
Floppy
Ground
SATA2
IPMI
JPUSB2
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
SATA1
J L 1 SATA0
IDE
2
Fan4
S I/O
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Serial Ports
Serial Port Pin Definitions
(COM1)
Pin Number Definition Pin Number Definition
1
CD
6
DSR
2
RD
7
RTS
3
TD
8
CTS
4
DTR
9
RI
5
Ground
Two serial ports are included on the
motherboard: COM1 is a port located
beside the mouse/keyboard ports
and COM2 is a header located below
PCI#1 slot. See the table on the right
Serial Port Pin Definitions
(COM2)
for pin definitions.
Pin Number Definition Pin Number Definition
1
CD
6
DSR
7
RTS
2
RD
8
CTS
3
TD
9
RI
4
DTR
10
NC
5
Ground
*NC indicates no connection.
Speaker Connector
Speaker: Pin Definition
The speaker connector is located at
J9. See the table on the right for pin
definitions.
Fucntion
Pin Definition
Pins 1, 2
External Speaker
Pins 3, 4
Internal Speaker
COM1
4-Pin
PWR
CPU
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
(CopperRiver)
Bank1
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
E7221
Parallel Port
COM1
VGA
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JPUSB1
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
DIMM 1A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
Bank2
GLAN2
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 2B (black)
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X#6
JP3
GLAN
PCI#5
ICH6R
South
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#4
BIOS Fan3
Bridge
JBT1
LE1
JLED
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Battery
JF1
CTRL
PCI#3
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
PCI#1
JWOL
JPA1
SATA2
IPMI
JPUSB2
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
Floppy
COM2
2-12
SATA1
J L 1 SATA0
IDE
Fan4
S I/O
Speaker
Chapter 2: Installation
Fan Headers
3-pin Fan Header Pin
Definitions
Pin
Definition
Number
Ground (black)
1
+12V (red)
2
Tachometer
3
There are five fan headers (Fan 1 to
Fan5) on the P8SCT. See the table
on the right for pin definitions. These
fan headers support 3-pin fans. The
*Caution: Fan headers use DC
power.
fan speed is controlled by Thermal
Management under the Hardware
Monitoring Section in the BIOS.
Chassis Intrusion
Pin Definitions (JL1)
Pin
Number
Definition
1
Intrusion Input
2
Ground
Chassis Intrusion
The Chassis Intrusion header is located at JL1. See the board layout
in Chapter 1 for the location of JL1
and the table on the right for pin
definitions.
Fan 1
Fan 5
Parallel Port
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
4-Pin
PWR
CPU
E7221
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
(CopperRiver)
Bank1
COM1
VGA
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JPUSB1
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
DIMM 1A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
Bank2
GLAN2
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 2B (black)
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X#6
JP3
PCI#5
ICH6R
South
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#4
BIOS Fan3
Bridge
JBT1
PCI#3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
Fan 2
Fan 3
JLED
LE1
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
GLAN
Battery
JF1
CTRL
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
PCI#1
JWOL
JPA1
SATA2
IPMI
JPUSB2
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
Floppy
SATA1
J L 1 SATA0
IDE
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Fan4
S I/O
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ATX PS/2 Keyboard and
PS/2 Mouse Ports
PS/2 Keyboard
and Mouse Port
Pin Definitions
(J14)
The ATX PS/2 keyboard and the PS/2
Pin
Number Definition
Data
1
NC
2
Ground
3
VCC
4
Clock
5
NC
6
mouse are located at J14. See the
table on the right for pin definitions.
(The mouse port is above the keyboard port. See the table on the right
for pin definitions.)
Universal Serial Bus (USB)
USB Pin Definition
(USB 0/1)
There are two Universal Serial Bus
ports (USB 1/2) located on the I/O
panel and additional four USB ports
are located at (J10, J7) on the motherboard. These ports, labeled USB 3/4
and USB 5/6, can be used to provide
front side chassis access (cables not
included). See the tables on the right
for pin definitions.
Pin# Definition
1
+5V
2
P03
P0+
4 Ground
J7(USB 5/6), J10 (USB3/4)
Pin
Number
1
3
5
7
9
KB/Mouse
USB 1/2
Parallel Port
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
4-Pin
PWR
CPU
E7221
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
(CopperRiver)
Bank1
COM1
VGA
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JPUSB1
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
DIMM 1A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
Bank2
GLAN2
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 2B (black)
GLAN
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
PCI-X#6
JP3
GLAN
PCI#5
South
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
Battery
ICH6R
PCI#4
BIOS Fan3
Bridge
JBT1
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
JLED
LE1
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JF1
CTRL
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
JPA1
SATA2
IPMI
JPUSB2
PCI#1
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
JWOL
Floppy
SATA1
J L 1 SATA0
IDE
Fan4
S I/O
2-14
USB 3/4
USB 5/6
Pin
Definition Number
2
+5V
4
PO6
PO+
8
Ground
10
X
Definition
+5V
POPO+
Ground
Ground
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Wake-On-Ring
Wake-On-Ring Pin Definitions
(JWOR)
The Wake-On-Ring header is located at
JWOR. This function allows your com-
Pin
Number
1
2
puter to be "awakened" by an incoming
call when in the suspend state. See the
table on the right for pin definitions. You
Definition
Ground
Wake-up
must also have a WOR card and cable to
use WOR.
Wake-On-LAN
Wake-On-LAN Pin
Definitions (JWOL)
Pin
Number
1
2
3
The Wake-On-LAN header(JWOL) is designated WOL on the motherboard. See the
table on the right for pin definitions. You
must enable the LAN Wake-Up setting in
BIOS to use this function. (You must also
have a LAN card with a Wake-On-LAN connector and cable to use this feature.)
Parallel Port
4-Pin
PWR
CPU
E7221
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
(CopperRiver)
Bank1
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
DIMM 1A (blue)
Bank2
COM1
VGA
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JPUSB1
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
GLAN2
DIMM 2B (black)
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X#6
JP3
GLAN
PCI#5
ICH6R
South
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#4
BIOS Fan3
Bridge
JBT1
PCI#3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
JLED
LE1
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Battery
JF1
CTRL
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
PCI#1
JWOL
JPA1
SATA2
IPMI
JPUSB2
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
Floppy
SATA1
J L 1 SATA0
IDE
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+5V Standby
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VGA Connector
A VGA connector (JG1) is located next
to the COM1 on the IO backplane.
Refer to the board layout below for
the location.
Giga-bit LAN (Ethernet)
Ports
There are two RJ45 Ethernet (Gigabit
LAN) ports located on the IO backplane.
Refer to the board layout below for
the locations.
VGA
GLAN1
GLAN2
4-Pin
PWR
CPU
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
(CopperRiver)
Bank1
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
E7221
Parallel Port
COM1
VGA
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JPUSB1
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
J WAKE1
DIMM 1A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
Bank2
GLAN2
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 2B (black)
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X#6
JP3
GLAN
PCI#5
ICH6R
South
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#4
BIOS Fan3
Bridge
JBT1
LE1
JLED
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Battery
JF1
CTRL
PCI#3
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
PCI#1
JWOL
JPA1
SATA2
IPMI
JPUSB2
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
Floppy
2-16
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J L 1 SATA0
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SATA LED
SATA LED
Pin Definitions
(JSLED)
The SATA LED header is located at
Pin
Number
1
2
3
4
5
JSLED. This header will display all
SATA activities. See the table on the
right for pin definitions.
Power LED
JLED
Pin Definitions
Pin
Number
Definition
1
Anode
2
Key
3
Cathode
The Power LED header is located at
JLED. This header provides LED indication of power being supplied to the
system. See the table on the right for
pin definitions.
Parallel Port
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
4-Pin
PWR
CPU
E7221
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
(CopperRiver)
Bank1
COM1
VGA
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
JPUSB1
DIMM 1A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
Bank2
GLAN2
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 2B (black)
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
GLAN
SATA LED
PCI-X#6
JP3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
GLAN
Battery
PCI#5
ICH6R
South
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#4
BIOS Fan3
Bridge
JBT1
JPF
CTRL
PCI#3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
JLED
LE1
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
JF1
CTRL
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
PCI#1
JWOL
JPA1
SATA2
IPMI
JPUSB2
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
Floppy
SATA1
J L 1 SATA0
IDE
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HD Act
HD Act
HD Act
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Keylock
Keylock
(JK1)
The keyboard lock connection is locat-
Jumper
Position
1
2
ed at JK1. Utilizing this header allows
you to inhibit any actions made on the
keyboard, effectively "locking" it.
Parallel Port
4-Pin
PWR
CPU
E7221
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
(CopperRiver)
Bank1
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
DIMM 1A (blue)
Bank2
COM1
VGA
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JPUSB1
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
GLAN2
DIMM 2B (black)
GLAN
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
PCI-X#6
JP3
GLAN
Battery
PCI#5
ICH6R
South
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#4
BIOS Fan3
Bridge
JBT1
PCI#3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
JLED
LE1
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JF1
CTRL
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
JPA1
SATA2
IPMI
JPUSB2
PCI#1
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
JWOL
Floppy
SATA1
J L 1 SATA0
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Keylock
Definition
Ground
Keylock R-N
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Jumper Settings
Explanation of
Jumpers
To modify the operation of the motherboard,
jumpers can be used to
choose between optional settings.
Jumpers create shorts between two
Connector
Pins
3
2
1
3
2
1
pins to change the function of the
connector.
Pin 1 is identified with
a square solder pad on the printed
Jumper
Cap
circuit board. See the motherboard
layout pages for jumper locations.
Setting
Note: On a two-pin jumper, "Closed"
means the jumper is on both pins and
"Open" means the jumper is either on
Pin 1-2 short
only one pin or completely removed.
CMOS Clear
JBT1 is not actually a jumper but consists of two contact pads. To clear the contents
of CMOS, short these pads together by touching them both with a metal conductor
such as the head of a small screwdriver. JBT1 is located near the SATA header
on the P8SCT. Note: for ATX power supplies, you must completely shut down the
system and remove the AC power cord before clearing CMOS.
4-Pin
PWR
CPU
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
Bank1
(CopperRiver)
DIMM 1A (blue)
Bank2
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
E7221
Parallel Port
COM1
VGA
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JPUSB1
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
GLAN2
DIMM 2B (black)
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X#6
JP3
GLAN
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Battery
PCI#5
PCI#4
ICH6R
South
BIOS
Bridge
JBT1
PCI#3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
Fan3
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
JPA1
SATA2
IPMI
JPUSB2
PCI#1
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
JWOL
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JLED
LE1
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JF1
CTRL
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Keyboard Wake-Up
The JPWAKE1 jumper is used together with
the Keyboard Wake-Up function in BIOS.
Enable both the jumper and the BIOS setting to allow the system to be woken up by
Keyboard Wake-Up
Jumper Settings
(JPWAKE1)
Jumper
Position
1-2
2-3
Definition
Enabled
Disabled
pressing a key on the keyboard. See the
table on the right for jumper settings. Your
power supply must meet ATX specification 2.01 or higher and supply 720 mA of
standby power to use this feature.
Gigabit LAN Enable
GLAN Enable(JPL1, JPL2)
There are two Giga-bit Controllers located
on the motherboard. Each GLAN Controller can be enabled via a jumper. Close
Pins 1 & 2 of JPL1 to enable the function
of GLAN Controller 1, and close Pins 1 &
2 of JPL2 to enable the function of GLAN
Controller 2 . See the table on the right for
pin definitions.
Pin#
1-2
2-3
KB Wake-Up
Parallel Port
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
4-Pin
PWR
CPU
E7221
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
(CopperRiver)
Bank1
COM1
VGA
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JPUSB1
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
DIMM 1A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
Bank2
GLAN2
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 2B (black)
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X#6
JP3
PCI#5
South
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
ICH6R
PCI#4
BIOS Fan3
Bridge
JBT1
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
GLAN
Battery
PCI#3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
JLED
LE1
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JF1
CTRL
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
JPUSB2
PCI#1
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
JWOL
JPA1
Floppy
GLAN1 Enable
GLAN2 Enable
SATA2
IPMI
SATA1
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Definitions
Enable
Disable
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Force-Power-On Enable/Disable
Force Power On
(JPF)
Jumper
Position
Definition
Open
Disabled
Closed
Force On
Jumper JPF allows you to enable or disable
the function of Force-Power-On. If enabled,
the power will always stay on automatically. If
this function disabled, the user needs to press
the power button to power on the system.
Watch Dog Enable/Disable
Watch Dog
Jumper Settings (JWD)
Watch Dog is a system monitor that can
Jumper
Position
Pins 1-2
Pins 2-3
Open
reboot the system when a software application "hangs". Close Pins 1-2 to reset the
system if an application hangs. Close Pins
2-3 ro generate a non-maskable interrupt
signal for the application hangs. See the table
on the right for jumper settings. Watch Dog
can also be enabled via BIOS. (*Note, when
enabled, the user needs to write his/her own
application software in order to disable the
Watch Dog Timer.)
Definition
WD to Reset
WD to NMI
Disabled
Parallel Port
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
4-Pin
PWR
CPU
E7221
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
(CopperRiver)
Bank1
COM1
VGA
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JPUSB1
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
DIMM 1A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
Bank2
GLAN2
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 2B (black)
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X#6
JP3
GLAN
PCI#5
ICH6R
South
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#4
BIOS Fan3
Bridge
JBT1
PCI#3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
Force PWR- On
JLED
LE1
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Battery
JF1
CTRL
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
PCI#1
JWOL
JPA1
SATA2
IPMI
JPUSB2
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
Floppy
SATA1
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SMBus to PCI/PCI-X Slots
PCI/PCIX slots to SMB
Connection
(JP1, JP2)
Jumpers JP1, JP2 allow you to connect
PCI/PCI-X slots to the System Manage-
JP1/JP2
Closed
*Open
ment Bus. The default setting is "Open"
o disable the connection. See the table
Definition
Enabled
Disabled
*Default
on the right for jumper settings.
PCI-X Slot Speed Select
PCI-X Slot Speed Select
(JP3)
Definitions
100 MHz
Open
133 MHz
*Closed
JP3 allows you to select the Frequency for the PCI-X slot. The default setting is Closed. (*Please do not change
the default setting.) See the table on
the right for pin definitions.
*Default
Parallel Port
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
4-Pin
PWR
CPU
E7221
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
(CopperRiver)
Bank1
COM1
VGA
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JPUSB1
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
DIMM 1A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
Bank2
GLAN2
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 2B (black)
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X#6
JP3
PCI#5
ICH6R
South
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#4
BIOS Fan3
Bridge
JBT1
PCI#3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
SMB to PCI
JLED
LE1
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
GLAN
Battery
JF1
CTRL
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
JPUSB2
PCI#1
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
JWOL
JPA1
SATA2
IPMI
Floppy
J L 1 SATA0
IDE
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CPU Front Side Bus Speed
Front Side Bus Speeds:
JFSB1, JFSB2
JFSB1 and JFSB2 allow you to set the Front
JFSB1
1-2
2-3
2-3
Open
Open
Side Bus Frequency. See the table on the
right for pin definitions. (*Default is Auto.)
JFSB2
1-2
2-3
Open
Open
2-3
Frequency
*Auto
266 MHz
200 MHz
166 MHz
133 MHz
USB Wake-Up
Use JPUSB1/JPUSB2 to enable or disable
USB Wake-Up, which allows you to wakeup
USB Wake-Up
Jumper Settings
(JPUSB1/JPUSB2)
Jumper
the system by pressing a key on the keyboard
or by clicking the mouse when JPUSB1 is
connected to USB1 or USB2 ports or JPUSB2
is connected to any of the USB3/4, USB5/6
ports. These jumpers are used together with
the USB Wake-Up function in BIOS. Enable
both the jumpers and the BIOS setting to allow the system to be woken up. See the table
on the right for jumper settings.
JFSB2
JPUSB1
Position
1-2
2-3
Definition
Enabled
Disabled
JFSB1
4-Pin
PWR
CPU
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
(CopperRiver)
Bank1
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
E7221
Parallel Port
COM1
VGA
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JPUSB1
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
DIMM 1A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
Bank2
GLAN2
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 2B (black)
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X#6
JP3
GLAN
PCI#5
ICH6R
South
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#4
BIOS Fan3
Bridge
JBT1
LE1
JLED
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Battery
JF1
CTRL
PCI#3
JPUSB2
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
IPMI
JPUSB2
PCI#1
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
JWOL
JPA1
SATA2
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Onboard Indicators
LED (Activity)
LED (Speed)
GLAN LEDs
There are two Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports on
Rear View (When viewing from
the motherboard. Each GLAN port has two
the rear side of the chassis)
LEDs. The right LED indicates activity while
the other LED may be green, amber or off to
1 Gb LAN Left LED
Indicator (Speed LED)
LED
Color
Off
Green
Amber
indicate the speed of the connection. See
the table at right for the functions associated
with the second LED.
Definition
10 MHz
100 MHz
1 GHz
1 Gb LAN Right LED
Indicator(Activity LED)
LED
Color
Amber
Definition
Blinking
10/100MHz/
1GHz
GLAN1
GLAN2
4-Pin
PWR
CPU
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
Bank1
(CopperRiver)
DIMM 1A (blue)
Bank2
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
E7221
Parallel Port
VGA
COM1
JPUSB1
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
GLAN2
DIMM 2B (black)
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X#6
JP3
GLAN
PCI#5
ICH6R
South
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#4
BIOS Fan3
Bridge
JBT1
LE1
JLED
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Battery
JF1
CTRL
PCI#3
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
PCI#1
JWOL
JPA1
SATA2
IPMI
JPUSB2
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
Floppy
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Parallel Port, Floppy Drive and Hard Drive
Connections
Use the following information to connect the floppy and hard disk drive cables.
•
The floppy disk drive cable has seven twisted wires.
•
A red mark on a wire typically designates the location of pin 1.
• A single floppy disk drive ribbon cable has 34 wires and two connectors to provide
for two floppy disk drives. The connector with twisted wires always connects to
drive A, and the connector that does not have twisted wires always connects to
drive B.
•
The 80-wire ATA100/66 IDE hard disk drive cable that came with your system
has two connectors to support two drives. This special cable should be used
to take advantage of the speed this new technology offers. The blue connector
connects to the onboard IDE connector interface and the other connector(s) to
your hard drive(s). Consult the documentation that came with your disk drive
for details on actual jumper locations and settings for the hard disk drive.
Parallel Port Connector
Parallel (Printer) Port Pin Definitions
The parallel port is located next
to the USB 0/1 Ports. Refer to
Figure 2-3 for location. See the
table on the right for pin definitions.
Pin Number
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
Printer
Parallel Port
4-Pin
PWR
CPU
E7221
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
(CopperRiver)
Bank1
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
DIMM 1A (blue)
Bank2
COM1
VGA
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JPUSB1
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
GLAN2
DIMM 2B (black)
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
PCI-X#6
JP3
GLAN
Battery
PCI#5
ICH6R
South
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#4
Bridge
PCI#3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
JLED
LE1
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
BIOS Fan3
JBT1
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JF1
CTRL
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
PCI#1
JWOL
JPA1
SATA2
IPMI
JPUSB2
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
Floppy
SATA1
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Function Pin Number Function
Strobe2
Auto FeedData Bit 0
4
ErrorData Bit 1
6
InitData Bit 2
8
SLCT INData Bit 3
10
GND
Data Bit 4
12
GND
Data Bit 5
14
GND
Data Bit 6
16
GND
Data Bit 7
18
GND
ACK
20
GND
BUSY
22
GND
PE
24
GND
SLCT
26
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Floppy Connector
The floppy connector is located
between the IDE slot and the IPMI
Socket. Refer to Figure 2-3 for location. See the table on the right
for pin definitions.
Floppy Connector Pin Definitions (J16)
Pin Number Function Pin Number
Function
1
GND
2
FDHDIN
3
GND
4
Reserved
5
Key
6
FDEDIN
7
GND
8
Index9
GND
10
Motor Enable
11
GND
12
Drive Select B13
GND
14
Drive Select A15
GND
16
Motor Enable
17
GND
18
DIR19
GND
20
STEP21
GND
22
Write Data23
GND
24
Write Gate25
GND
26
Track 0027
GND
28
Write Protect29
GND
30
Read Data31
GND
32
Side 1 Select33
GND
34
Diskette
IDE Connector
An IDE drive is located next to the
floppy drive. See the table on the
left for pin definitions.Note: You
must use the ATA100/66 cable included with your system to benefit
from the ATA100/66 technology.
IDE Connector Pin Definitions
Pin Number
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
Parallel Port
4-Pin
PWR
CPU
E7221
GLAN1
Fan1
Fan5
NorthBridge
(LGA 775)
(CopperRiver)
Bank1
COM1
VGA
JFSB1
ATX-24 Pin PWR
JPUSB1
JFSB2
USB1/2 KB/MS
JPWAKE1
DIMM 1A (blue)
DIMM 1B (black)
Bank2
GLAN2
DIMM 2A (blue)
DIMM 2B (black)
J9
JSLED
PXH-V
PCI-X 64 bit/133 MHz
GLAN
PCI-X#6
JP3
GLAN
ICH6R
South
CTRL
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
Buzzer
Fan2
Battery
PCI#5
PCI#4
BIOS Fan3
Bridge
JBT1
JPF
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
PCI#2
JP1
JP2
JLED
LE1
JPL1
JPL2
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JF1
CTRL
SATA3
PCI-32 bit/33 MHz
JWOR
COM2
JK1
PCI#1
JWOL
JPA1
SATA2
IPMI
JPUSB2
USB3/4 USB5/6
JWD
Floppy
Floppy
SATA1
J L 1 SATA0
IDE
Fan4
S I/O
IDE
2-26
Function
Pin Number
Function
Reset IDE
2
GND
Host Data 7
4
Host Data 8
Host Data 6
6
Host Data 9
Host Data 5
8
Host Data 10
Host Data 4
10
Host Data 11
Host Data 3
12
Host Data 12
Host Data 2
14
Host Data 13
Host Data 1
16
Host Data 14
Host Data 0
18
Host Data 15
GND
20
Key
DRQ3
22
GND
I/O Write24
GND
I/O Read26
GND
IOCHRDY
28
BALE
DACK330
GND
IRQ14
32
IOCS16Addr 1
34
GND
Addr 0
36
Addr 2
Chip Select 0
38
Chip Select 1Activity
40
GND
Chapter 3: Troubleshooting
Chapter 3
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting Procedures
Use the following procedures to troubleshoot your system. If you have followed all
of the procedures below and still need assistance, refer to the ‘Technical Support
Procedures’ and/or ‘Returning Merchandise for Service’ section(s) in this chapter.
Always disconnect the AC power cord before adding, changing or installing any
hardware components.
Before Power On
1. Check that the +5v standby LED is lit (LE1 on motherboard).
2. Make sure that the 4-pin 12v power connector at J2 is connected to your power
supply.
3. Make sure that there are no short circuits between the motherboard and chassis.
4. Disconnect all ribbon/wire cables from the motherboard, including those for the
keyboard and mouse.
5. Remove all add-on cards.
6. Install a CPU and heatsink (making sure that it is fully seated) and connect the
chassis speaker and the power LED to the motherboard. Check all jumper
settings as well.
7. Use the correct type of onboard CMOS battery as recommended by the
Manufacturer. Do not install the CMOS battery upside down to avoid possible
explosion.
No Power
1. Make sure that there are no short circuits between the motherboard and the
chassis.
2. Check if all jumpers are set to their default positions.
3. Check that the 115V/230V switch on the power supply is properly set.
4. Turn the power switch on and off to test the system.
5. The battery on your motherboard may be old. Check to verify that it still supplies
~3VDC. If it does not, replace it with a new one.
No Video
1. If the power is on but you have no video, remove all the add-on cards and
cables.
2. Use the speaker to determine if any beep codes exist. Refer to Appendix A for
details on beep codes.
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NOTE
If you are a system integrator, VAR or OEM, a POST diagnostics
card is recommended. For I/O port 80h codes, refer to App. B.
Memory Errors
1. Make sure that the DIMM modules are properly and fully installed.
2. You should be using unbuffered DDR2 memory (see next page). Also, it is recommended that you use the same memory speed for all DIMMs in the system.
See Section 2-4 for memory limitations.
3. Check for bad DIMM modules or slots by swapping modules between slots and
noting the results.
4. Check the power supply voltage 115V/230V switch.
Losing the System’s Setup Configuration
1. Make sure that you are using a high quality power supply. A poor quality power
supply may cause the system to lose the CMOS setup information. Refer to
Section 1-6 for details on recommended power supplies.
2. The battery on your motherboard may be old. Check to verify that it still supplies
~3VDC. If it does not, replace it with a new one.
3. If the above steps do not fix the Setup Configuration problem, contact your
vendor for repairs.
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Technical Support Procedures
Before contacting Technical Support, please take the following steps. Also, note
that as a motherboard manufacturer, Supermicro does not sell directly to end-users, so it is best to first check with your distributor or reseller for troubleshooting
services. They should know of any possible problem(s) with the specific system
configuration that was sold to you.
1. Please go through the ‘Troubleshooting Procedures’ and 'Frequently Asked Question' (FAQ) sections in this chapter or see the FAQs on our web site (http://
www.supermicro.com/support/faqs/) before contacting Technical Support.
2. BIOS upgrades can be downloaded from our web site at (http://www.supermicro.
com/support/bios/)
3. If you still cannot resolve the problem, include the following information when
contacting Super Micro for technical support:
• Motherboard model and PCB revision number
• BIOS release date/version (this can be seen on the initial display when your
system first boots up)
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•System configuration
An example of a Technical Support form is on our web site at (http://www.
supermicro.com/support/contact.cfm).
4. Distributors: For immediate assistance, please have your account number ready
when placing a call to our technical support department. We can be reached
by e-mail at support@supermicro.com or by fax at: (408) 503-8000, option
2.
3-3 Frequently Asked Questions
Question: What type of memory does my motherboard support?
Answer: The P8SCTsupports up to 4 GB of ECC/Non-ECC, unbuffered DDR2533/400, two-way interleaved or non-interleaved SDRAM. See Section 2-4 for
details on installing memory.
Question: How do I update my BIOS?
Answer: It is recommended that you do not upgrade your BIOS if you are experiencing no problems with your system. Updated BIOS files are located on our
web site at (http://www.supermicro.com/support/bios/). Please check our BIOS
warning message and the info on how to update your BIOS on our web site. Also,
check the current BIOS revision and make sure it is newer than your BIOS before
downloading. Select your motherboard model and download the BIOS file to your
computer. Unzip the BIOS files onto a bootable floppy and reboot your system.
Follow the Readme.txt to continue flashing the BIOS.
(*Warning: Do not shut down or reset the system while updating BIOS to
prevent possible system boot failure!)
Question: What's on the CD that came with my motherboard?
Answer: The supplied compact disc has quite a few drivers and programs that will
greatly enhance your system. We recommend that you review the CD and install the
applications you need. Applications on the CD include chipset drivers for Windows
and security and audio drivers.
Question: Why can't I turn off the power using the momentary power on/off
switch?
Answer: The instant power off function is controlled by the Power Button Mode
setting in BIOS. When the On/Off feature is enabled, the motherboard will have
instant off capabilities as long as the BIOS has control of the system. When the
Standby or Suspend feature is enabled or when the BIOS is not in control such
as during memory count (the first screen that appears when the system is turned
on), the momentary on/off switch must be held for more than four seconds to shut
down the system. This feature is required to implement the ACPI features on the
motherboard.
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Question: How do I connect the ATA100/66 cable to my IDE device(s)?
Answer: The 80-wire/40-pin high-density ATA100/66 IDE cable that came with
your system has two connectors to support two drives. This special cable must be
used to take advantage of the speed the ATA100/66 technology offers. Connect
the blue connector to the onboard IDE header and the other connector(s) to
your hard drive(s). Consult the documentation that came with your disk drive for
details on actual jumper locations and settings.
Question: After I have installed 4 pieces of 1GB Memory, why does the BIOS
only detect about 3.15 GB of memory during POST?
Answer: Because the chipset does not support memory remapping, so there is a
memory hole located around the 4GB memory address.
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Returning Merchandise for Service
A receipt or copy of your invoice marked with the date of purchase is required before any warranty service will be rendered. You can obtain service by calling your
vendor for a Returned Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number. When returning
to the manufacturer, the RMA number should be prominently displayed on the
outside of the shipping carton, and mailed prepaid or hand-carried. Shipping and
handling charges will be applied for all orders that must be mailed when service
is complete.
This warranty only covers normal consumer use and does not cover damages incurred in shipping or from failure due to the alteration, misuse, abuse or improper
maintenance of products.
During the warranty period, contact your distributor first for any product problems.
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Chapter 4: BIOS
Chapter 4
BIOS
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Introduction
This chapter describes the AwardBIOS for the P8SCT. The Award ROM BIOS
is stored in a Flash chip and can be easily upgraded using a floppy disk-based
program.
Note: Due to periodic changes to the BIOS, some settings may have been added
or deleted and might not yet be recorded in this manual. Refer to the Manual
Download area of our web site for any changes to the BIOS that are not reflected
in this manual.
System BIOS
The BIOS is the Basic Input Output System used in all IBM® PC, XT™, AT®, and
PS/2® compatible computers. The AwardBIOS Flash chip stores the system parameters, such as amount of memory, type of disk drives and video displays, etc.
CMOS requires very little power. When the computer is turned off, a back-up battery
provides power to the BIOS Flash chip, enabling it to retain the system parameters.
Each time the computer is powered-on, the computer is then configured with the
values stored in the BIOS ROM by the system BIOS, which gains control when the
computer is powered on.
How To Change the Configuration Data
The CMOS information that determines the system parameters may be changed
by entering the BIOS Setup utility. This Setup utility can be accessed by pressing
<Del> at the appropriate time during system boot.
Starting the Setup Utility
Normally, the only visible POST (Power On Self Test) routine is the memory test. As
the memory is being tested, press the <Delete> key to enter the main menu of the
BIOS Setup utility. From the main menu, you can access the other setup screens,
such as the Chipset and Power menus. Section 4-3 gives detailed descriptions of
each parameter setting in the Setup utility.
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Running Setup
*Optimal default settings are in bold text unless otherwise noted.
The BIOS setup options described in this section are selected by choosing the appropriate text from the Main BIOS Setup screen. All displayed text is described in
this section, although the screen display is often all you need to understand how
to set the options (see the next page).
When you first power on the computer, the AwardBIOS™ is immediately activated.
While the BIOS is in control, the Setup program can be activated in one of two
ways:
1.
2.
By pressing <Del> immediately after turning the system on, or
When the following message appears briefly at the bottom of the screen
during the POST (Power On Self-Test), press the <Del> key to activate
the Main Setup Menu.
Press DEL to enter SETUP
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Main BIOS Setup
All Main Setup options are described in this section. The Main BIOS Setup screen
is displayed below.
Use the <Up> <Down> arrow keys or the <Tab> key to move among the different
settings in the above menu.
Press the <Esc> key to exit the CMOS Setup Menu and use the <Left> <Right> arrow
keys to enter the other categories of the BIOS settings. The next section is described
in detail to illustrate how to navigate through the menus.
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Date/Time
This option allows the user to set system date and time. Key in the correct
information in the mm, dd and yy format. Press the Enter key to save the data.
Legacy Diskette A/Legacy Diskette B
This setting allows the user to set the type of floppy disk drive installed in diskette
A and diskette B. The options are None, 360Kb 5.25 in, 1.2MB 5.25 in, 720Kb 3.5
in, 1.44/1.25MB, 3.5 in and 2.88MB 3.5 in.
Swap Floppy Drive
If the system has two floppy drives, enable this feature to assign physical drive
B to logical drive A or physical drive A to logic drive B. The options are Enabled
and Disabled.
IDE Channel 0 Master/Slave, IDE Channel 1 Master/Slave, IDE
Channel 2 Master/Slave, IDE Channel 3 Master/Slave
These settings allow the user to set the parameters of the IDE Channel 0 Master/
Slave to IDE Channel 3 Master/Slave slots. Hit <Enter> to activate the following
sub-menu screen for detailed options of these items. Set the correct configurations
accordingly. The items included in the submenu are:
Legacy Diskette A
This setting allows the user to set the type of floppy disk drive installed as diskette A.
The options are Disabled, 360Kb 5.25 in, 1.2MB 5.25 in, 720Kb 3.5 in, 1.44/1.25MB,
3.5 in and 2.88MB 3.5 in.
Legacy Diskette B
This setting allows the user to set the type of floppy disk drive installed as diskette B.
The options are Disabled, 360Kb 5.25 in, 1.2MB 5.25 in, 720Kb 3.5 in, 1.44/1.25MB,
3.5 in and 2.88MB 3.5 in.
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IDE HDD Auto-Detection
Select Auto to enable the Auto-Detection function for the devices installed in
Channel 0 to IDE Channel 3. The options are None, Auto and Manual.
IDE Channel 0 to IDE Channel 3 Master
Press the <Enter> key to activate the 'IDE HDD Auto-Detection function, which
will allow the BIOS to automatically detect the status of the IDE HDD installed
in the system, such as the size, the number of cylinders, the configurations of
items such as Head, Precomp, Landing Zone and Sector. The options are None,
Auto and Manual.
Access Mode
This item sets the location through which the AwardBIOS accesses the IDE
Primary Master Device. The settings are CHS, LBA, Large, and Auto.
Halt On
This item allows the user to select the situation in which the BIOS will stop the
POST process and notify you about the status of the system. The settings are All
Errors, No Errors, All, But Keyboard, All, But Diskette, and All, But Disk/Key.
Total Physical Memory/Total System Resources/Total Available
Memory
These are displays that inform you how much of each type of memory is recognized
as being present in the system.
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Advanced BIOS Setup
Choose the Advanced BIOS Setup from the Award BIOS main menu with the Left/Right
arrow keys. You should see the following display. Select one of the items in the left
frame of the screen to go to the sub screen for that item. The Advanced BIOS Setup
options are displayed by highlighting the option using the arrow keys. All Advanced
BIOS Setup options are described in this section.
4-4.1 Advanced BIOS Features
When the item- Advanced BIOS Features is highlighted, press the <Enter> key to
activate the submenu below:
Quick Boot
If enabled, this feature allows the system to skip certain tests while booting. This
will decrease the time needed to boot the system. The settings are Enabled and
Disabled.
Quiet Boot
This feature allows the user to enable Quiet Boot. When set to Enabled, the
BIOS is in the graphic mode and displays only an OEM Logo during POST while
booting. If an error occurs, The system will automatically switch to the text mode.
The options are Enabled and Disabled.
ACPI Function
Select Enabled to enable BIOS Support for the Advanced Configuration and Power
Interface features. The settings are Enabled or Disabled.
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MPS Version Control
This setting allows you to select the MPS version for your operating system. The
options are 1.1 and 1.4.
Agent After Boot
Set this option to Enabled to keep the Agent of Remote Access running after OS
bootup. The options are Enabled and Disabled.
PWRON After PWR-Fail
This setting allows the user to determine how the system will respond when power
is reapplied after a system shut down caused by power failure. The options are
Off, On and Former-Sts.
Watch Dog Timer Select
This setting is for enabling the Watch Dog feature. The options are Enabled and
Disabled. (Please refer to Chapter 2 for more details.)
4-4.2 Advanced Chipset Control
DRAM Data Integrity Mode
If enabled, this feature allows the data stored in the DRMA memory to be integrated
for faster data processing. The options are ECC and Non-ECC.
On-Chip Frame Buffer Size
This setting allows you to set On-Chip Frame Buffer Size. The options are 1 MB
and 8 MB.
SATA Mode
This feature allows you to select the channel for SATA mode. The options are IDE,
RAID and AHCI (-Advanced Host Controller Interface).
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On-Chip Serial ATA
Select Disabled to disable the SATA Controller. Select Auto to allow the BIOS to
configure the SATA Controller automatically. Select Combined Mode to use PATA and
SATA Combined Mode. The maximum of 2 IDE drives in each channel is allowed.
Select Enhanced Mode to enable both SATA and PATA. This mode will support up
to 6 IDE drives. Select SATA Only to allow SATA to operate in Legacy Mode.
PATA IDE Mode
When the item -On-chip Serial ATA is set to Combined Mode, the user can select
either Primary or Secondary for Parallel ATA IDE. The options are Primary and
Secondary. If On-chip Serial ATA is set to Enhanced Mode, only Serial ATA will
be activated, and Primary PATA IDE will be available. Secondary PATA IDE will
not be available.
SATA Port
This setting allows you configure the setting for the SATA port. The options are P1
and P3 is Secondary.
USB Controller
This setting allows you to enable or disable the USB Controller. The options are
Enabled, and Disabled.
USB 2.0 Controller
This setting allows you to enable or disable USB 2.0 (EHCI) Controller. The options
are Enabled, and Disabled.
USB Legacy Support
This setting allows you to enable or disable the functions of USB, Keyboard/Mouse
under POST and DOS. The options are Disabled, and Enabled.
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4-4.3 I/O Device Configuration
Onboard Serial Port1/Onboard Serial Port2
This setting allows the user to set the address and the corresponding IRQ for
Serial Port1 or Serial Port 2.
The options are Disabled, 3F8/IRQ4, 2F8/IRQ3,
3E8/IRQ4, 2E8/IRQ3, and Auto. The default setting for Serial Port1 is 3F8/IRQ4
and the default for Port 2 is 2F8/IRQ3.
Onboard Parallel Port
This setting allows the user to set the address and the corresponding IRQ for
the onboard parallel port. The options are Disabled, 378/IRQ7, 278/IRQ5 and
3BC/IRQ7.
Parallel Port Mode
This setting sets the onboard Parallel port mode. The options are SPP, EPP, ECP,
ECP+EPP and Normal.
EPP Mode Select
This setting allows the user to select the EPP port type. The options are EPP 1.9
and EPP 1.7.
ECP Mode Use DMA
This setting allows the user to select the DMA channel for the ECP mode (port) to
use. The options are 1 and 3.
Power On Function
This setting allows the user to decide which method to use to power on the
system. The options are Password, Hot Key, Mouse Left, Mouse Right, Any Key,
and Button Only.
KB Power On Password
This setting allows the user to enter the Password when the system is powered
on via keyboard.
Hot Key Power On
This setting allows the user to decide which hot-keys to use in order to power
on the system. The options are Ctrl-F1, Ctrl-F2, Ctrl-F3, Ctrl-F4, Ctrl-F5, Ctrl-F6,
Ctrl-F7, and Ctrl-F8.
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4-4.4
PnP/PCI Configuration
Choose PCI/PnP Configurations from the Award BIOS main menu with the Left/Right
arrow keys. You should see the following display:
Initial Display From
This feature sets the device that will initiate the monitor display when the system
is first turned on. The options are PCI Slot and PCI Ex(press).
Reset Configuration Data
Enabling this setting resets the extended system configuration data when you
exit setup. Do this when you have installed a new add-on card, and the system
reconfiguration has caused a serious conflict that the OS cannot reboot the system.
The options are Enabled and Disabled. If this feature is set to Enabled, the following
item will display:
Resources Controlled By
This setting allows the BIOS to automatically configure all boot and Plug and Play
compatible devices. If you choose Auto, you cannot select the IRQ, DMA and
memory base address fields, because the BIOS automatically assigns them. The
options are Auto (ESCD) and Manual.
IRQ Resources
If the above item-Resources Controlled By is set to manual, the user is allowed to
assign an IRQ to a PCI Device or Reserve an IRQ for other purpose. The options
are: Auto (ESCD) and Manual.
IRQ-3,
IRQ-4,
IRQ-5,
IRQ-7,
IRQ-9,
IRQ-10,
IRQ-12,
IRQ-14,
IRQ-15
Onboard LAN Boot ROM
This feature allows the user to determine if the Boot ROMs embedded in the Onboard
LAN chips should be activated. If activated, the user can boot the system from the
Onboard LAN chips. The options are Disabled, LAN1, LAN2 and Both.
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Maximum Payload Size
This setting allows the BIOS to set the maximum TLP Payload size for the PCI
Express devices in the system. The options are: 128 (bytes), 256 (bytes), 512
(bytes), 1024 (bytes), 2048 (bytes), and 4096 (bytes).
PCI Express Root Port Function
PCI Express Port 1/PCI Express Port 2/PCI Express Port 3/PCI Express
Port 4
Select Enabled to enable the PCI Express Root Port Functions for the PCI
Express port specified.The options are: Disabled, Enabled, and Auto.
PCI-E Compliance Mode
This features allows the BIOS to set the version of PCI-E Compliance Mode for
the system. The options are: v.1.0a and v.1.0.
PCI-X Frequency
This feature allows you to set PCI-X Frequency. The options are: Auto, PCI-33 MHz,
PCI-66 MHz, PCIX-66 MHz, PCI-X 100 MHz, and PCI-X 133 MHz.
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4-4.5 Hardware Monitors
There are only three settings on this menu (below). The rest of this menu
shows various temperatures and voltage levels as indicated.
CPU Warning Temperature
This allows you to set the CPU warning temperature. If the CPU temperature
reaches this threshold, an alarm will activate and a warning message will be
displayed onscreen. The options are Disabled, 500C/1220F, 600C/1400F, 650C/1490F,
700C/1580F, 750C/1670F, 800C/1760F and 850C/1850F. (See the Note Below.)
Highlight this and hit <Enter> to see monitor data for the following items:
CPU Temperature /System Temperature:
In addition to temperature monitoring, the following items will also be displayed:
Fan 1 Speed-Fan 5 Speed
Voltage Monitoring
Processor Vcore (V), 3.3V Vcc (V), 5V Vcc (V), -12V Vcc (V), +12V Vcc (V),
5V Standby, VBAT
Fan Speed Control (Fan1-Fan5)
When set to 3-pin (Server), the onboard fan speed is controlled by the CPU temperature. When the CPU temperature is higher, the fan speed will be higher as well.
If set to Disable, the onboard fan will constantly run at full speed (12V).
*Note: In the Windows OS environment, the Supero Doctor III settings take precedence over the BIOS settings. When first installed, Supero Doctor III adopts the
temperature threshold settings previously set in the BIOS. Any subsequent changes
to these thresholds must be made within Supero Doctor, since the SD III settings
override the BIOS settings. For the Windows OS to adopt the BIOS temperature
threshold settings, please change the SDIII settings to be the same as those set
in the BIOS.
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4-4.6 Processor & Clock Options
Thermal Management
This setting allows the user to select thermal management for the system. The
options are Thermal Monitor 1 (On die throttling) and Thermal Monitor 2 (Ratio
& VID transition). (See Section 1-4 for details.)
Limit CPUID MaxVal
Select Enabled to set CUPID maximum value to 3. Select Disabled for the Windows
XP OS. The options are Enabled and Disabled.
Hyper-Threading (Avaiable when supported by the CPU installed
on the motherboard)
Select Enabled to activate the hyper-threading function. Enabling the hyper-threading
functionto enhance CPU performance. The settings are Disabled and Enabled.
CPU Clock Ration
Use this option to set the clock ratio of the processor. Use number keys to enter
a number. The default setting is 14.
Spread Spectrum
Spread Spectrum is a technique used to stabilize a system by reducing the level of
ElectroMagnetic Interference. The options are Enabled and Disabled.
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4-4.7 DMI Event Log
DMI Event Log
This setting allows you to Enable or Disable the function of DMI Event Logging.
The options are Disabled and Enabled.
Clear All DMI Event Logs
Select Yes and press <Enter> to clear all DMI event logs. The default setting is
Yes.
View DMI Event Log
Highlight this item and press <Enter> to view the contents of the event log.
Mark DMI Events as Read
Highlight this item and press <Enter> to mark the DMI events as read.
Event Log Capacity
This is a display to inform you of the event log capacity. It is not a setting.
Event Log Validity
This is a display to inform you of the event log validity. It is not a setting.
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4-4.8 Console Redirection
Console Redirection
This setting allows you to Enable or Disable the function of Console Redirection.
The options are Disabled and Enabled.
BAUD Rate
This option allows you to select the BAUD rate for the console redirection. The options
are 300, 1200, 2400, 9600, 19.2K, 38.4K, 57.6K and 115.2K [-bits per second].
Agent Connect Via
This setting allows you to select the device to be used for the console
redirection.
Agent Wait Time (Min)
This setting allows you to set the wait time for the console redirection. The options
are 1 (Min), 2 (Min), 4 (Min), and 8 (Min).
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Security
Choose Security from the Award BIOS main menu with the Left/Right arrow keys.
You should see the following display:
Set Supervisor Password
When the item Set Supervisor Password is highlighted, press the <Enter> key.
When prompted, type the Supervisor Password in the dialogue box to set or to
change the Supervisor Password.
Set User Password
When the item: Set User Password is highlighted on the above screen, press the
<Enter> key. When prompted, type the User Password in the dialogue box to set
or to change the User Password.
Password Check
If set to System, a password is required for a user to enter the system at system
boot. If set to Setup, a password is required for the user to enter the CMOS setup.
The options are System and Setup.
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Boot
Choose Boot from the Award BIOS main menu by using the Left/Right arrow keys.
You should see the following display:
The Award BIOS attempts to load the operating system from devices specified by
the users in a user-specified sequence.
First Boot Device
This item allows the user to select the first boot device. The options are Floppy,
LS120, HDD, CDROM, ZIP100, USB-FDD, USB-ZIP, USB-CDROM, USB-HDD,
LAN and Disabled.
Second Boot Device
This item allows the user to set the second boot device. The options are Floppy,
LS120, HDD, CDROM, ZIP100, USB-FDD, USB-ZIP, USB-CDROM, USB-HDD,
LAN and Disabled.
Third Boot Device
This item allows the user to set the third boot device. The options are Floppy,
LS120, HDD, SCSI, CDROM, ZIP100, USB-FDD, USB-ZIP, USB-CDROM, USBHDD, LAN and Disabled.
Boot Other Device
If enabled, this option enables the BIOS to load the OS from another device rather
than the ones that have been specified as the first, second and third boot up devices.
The settings are Enabled and Disabled.
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Exit
Choose Exit from the Award BIOS main menu with the Left/Right arrow keys. You
should see the following display:
Save & Exit Setup
When the item-Save & Exit Setup is highlighted, press <Enter> to save the changes
you've made in the BIOS program (CMOS) and exit. Your system should, then,
continue with the boot-up procedure.
Exit without Saving
When the item-Exit without Saving is highlighted, press <Enter> to exit the Setup
routine without saving any changes you may have made. Your system should then
continue with the boot-up procedure.
Load Fail-Safe Defaults
Highlight this item and hit <Enter> to load the default settings for all items in the
BIOS Setup. These are the safest settings to use.
Load Optimized Defaults
Highlight this item and hit <Enter> to load the optimized settings for all items in the
BIOS Setup. These settings provide you with optimal system performance.
Discard Changes
When the item- Discard Changes is highlighted, press <Enter> to discard any
changes you made to the BIOS settings and to stay in the BIOS Setup. Your system
should then continue with the boot-up procedure.
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Appendix A: BIOS POST Messages
Appendix A
BIOS POST Messages
During the Power-On Self-Test (POST), the BIOS will check for problems. If a problem is found, the BIOS will activate an alarm or display a message. The following is
a list of such BIOS messages.
Beeps
1 short beep
Error Messages
System Normal
1 long beep+2 short beeps
VGA Errors
1 long beep+9 short beeps
ROM Errors
Repetitive pattern of beep+pause
Overheat LED is On with beeping
Memory errors
Overheat
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Appendix B: Award BIOS POST Codes
Appendix B
BIOS POST Codes
This section lists the POST (Power On Self Testing) Codes for the Award BIOS.
POST (hex)
CFh
C0h
C1h
C3h
C5h
0h1
02h
03h
04h
05h
06h
07h
08h
09h
0Ah
0Bh
0Ch
0Dh
0Eh
Description
Test CMOS R/W functionality.
Early chipset initialization:
-Disable shadow RAM
-Disable L2 cache (socket 7 or below)
-Program basic chipset registers
Detect memory
-Auto-detection of DRAM size, type and ECC.
-Auto-detection of L2 cache (socket 7 or below)
Expand compressed BIOS code to DRAM
Call chipset hook to copy BIOS back to E000 & F000 shadow
RAM.
Expand the Xgroup codes locating in physical address 1000:0
Reserved
Initial Superio_Early_Init switch.
Reserved
1. Blank out screen
2. Clear CMOS error flag
Reserved
1. Clear 8042 interface
2. Initialize 8042 self-test
1. Test special keyboard controller for Winbond 977 series Super
I/O chips.
2. Enable keyboard interface.
Reserved
Disable PS/2 mouse interface (optional).
Auto detect ports for keyboard & mouse followed by a port & interface swap
(optional).
Reset keyboard for Winbond 977 series Super I/O chips.
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Test F000h segment shadow to see whether it is R/W-able or not. If
test fails, keep beeping the speaker.
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POST (hex)
0Fh
10h
11h
12h
13h
14h
15h
16h
17h
18h
19h
1Ah
1Bh
1Ch
1Dh
1Eh
1Fh
20h
21h
22h
23h
24h
25h
26h
27h
28h
29h
2Ah
2Bh
2Ch
Description
Reserved
Auto detect flash type to load appropriate flash R/W codes into the
run time area in F000 for ESCD & DMI support.
Reserved
Use walking 1’s algorithm to check out interface in CMOS
circuitry. Also set real-time clock power status, and then check for
override.
Reserved
Program chipset default values into chipset. Chipset default
values are MODBINable by OEM customers.
Reserved
Initial Early_Init_Onboard_Generator switch.
Reserved
Detect CPU information including brand, SMI type (Cyrix or
Intel) and CPU level (586 or 686).
Reserved
Reserved
Initial interrupts vector table. If no special specified, all H/W
interrupts are directed to SPURIOUS_INT_HDLR & S/W
interrupts to SPURIOUS_soft_HDLR.
Reserved
Initial EARLY_PM_INIT switch.
Reserved
Load keyboard matrix (notebook platform)
Reserved
HPM initialization (notebook platform)
Reserved
1. Check validity of RTC value:
e.g. a value of 5Ah is an invalid value for RTC minute.
2. Load CMOS settings into BIOS stack. If CMOS checksum fails, use default
value instead.
3. Prepare BIOS resource map for PCI & PnP use. If ESCD is valid, take into
consideration of the ESCD’s legacy information.
4. Onboard clock generator initialization. Disable respective clock resource to
empty PCI & DIMM slots.
5. Early PCI initialization:
-Enumerate PCI bus number
-Assign memory & I/O resource
-Search for a valid VGA device & VGA BIOS, and put it
into C000:0.
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Initialize INT 09 buffer
Reserved
Program CPU internal MTRR (P6 & PII) for 0-640K memory address.
Initialize the APIC for Pentium class CPU.
Program early chipset according to CMOS setup. Example: onboard IDE
controller.
Measure CPU speed.
Invoke video BIOS.
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
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POST (hex)
2Dh
2Eh
2Fh
30h
31h
32h
33h
34h
35h
36h
37h
38h
39h
3Ah
3Bh
3Ch
3Dh
3Eh
3Fh
40h
41h
42h
43h
44h
45h
46h
47h
48h
49h
4Ah
4Bh
4Ch
4Dh
4Eh
4Fh
50h
51h
52h
53h
54h
55h
56h
57h
Description
1. Initialize multi-language
2. Put information on screen display, including Award title, CPU type, CPU
speed ….
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reset keyboard except Winbond 977 series Super I/O chips.
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Test 8254
Reserved
Test 8259 interrupt mask bits for channel 1.
Reserved
Test 8259 interrupt mask bits for channel 2.
Reserved
Reserved
Test 8259 functionality.
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Initialize EISA slot
Reserved
1. Calculate total memory by testing the last double word of each 64K page.
2. Program writes allocation for AMD K5 CPU.
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
1. Program MTRR of M1 CPU
2. Initialize L2 cache for P6 class CPU & program CPU with proper cacheable
range.
3. Initialize the APIC for P6 class CPU.
4. On MP platform, adjust the cacheable range to smaller one in case the
cacheable ranges between each CPU are not identical.
Reserved
Initialize USB
Reserved
Test all memory (clear all extended memory to 0)
Reserved
Reserved
Display number of processors (multi-processor platform)
Reserved
1. Display PnP logo
2. Early ISA PnP initialization
-Assign CSN to every ISA PnP device.
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POST (hex)
58h
59h
5Ah
5Bh
5Ch
5Dh
5Eh
5Fh
60h
61h
62h
63h
64h
65h
66h
67h
68h
69h
6Ah
6Bh
6Ch
6Dh
6Eh
6Fh
70h
71h
72h
73h
74h
75h
76h
77h
78h
79h
7Ah
7Bh
7Ch
7Dh
7Eh
7Fh
Description
Reserved
Initialize the combined Trend Anti-Virus code.
Reserved
(Optional Feature)
Show message for entering AWDFLASH.EXE from FDD (optional)
Reserved
1. Initialize Init_Onboard_Super_IO switch.
2. Initialize Init_Onboard_AUDIO switch.
Reserved
Reserved
Okay to enter Setup utility; i.e. not until this POST stage can users
enter the CMOS setup utility.
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Initialize PS/2 Mouse
Reserved
Prepare memory size information for function call:
INT 15h ax=E820h
Reserved
Turn on L2 cache
Reserved
Program chipset registers according to items described in Setup &
Auto-configuration table.
Reserved
1. Assign resources to all ISA PnP devices.
2. Auto assign ports to onboard COM ports if the corresponding item in Setup is
set to “AUTO”.
Reserved
1. Initialize floppy controller
2. Set up floppy related fields in 40:hardware.
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
(Optional Feature)
Enter AWDFLASH.EXE if :
-AWDFLASH is found in floppy drive.
-ALT+F2 is pressed
Reserved
Detect & install all IDE devices: HDD, LS120, ZIP, CDROM…..
Reserved
Detect serial ports & parallel ports.
Reserved
Reserved
Detect & install co-processor
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
1. Switch back to text mode if full screen logo is supported.
-If errors occur, report errors & wait for keys
-If no errors occur or F1 key is pressed to continue:
Clear EPA or customization logo.
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POST (hex)
80h
81h
82h
83h
84h
85h
86h
87h
88h
89h
90h
91h
92h
93h
94h
95h
96h
FFh
Description
Reserved
Reserved
1. Call chipset power management hook.
2. Recover the text font used by EPA logo (not for full screen logo)
3. If password is set, ask for password.
Save all data in stack back to CMOS
Initialize ISA PnP boot devices
1. USB final Initialization
2. NET PC: Build SYSID structure
3. Switch screen back to text mode
4. Set up ACPI table at top of memory.
5. Invoke ISA adapter ROMs
6. Assign IRQs to PCI devices
7. Initialize APM
8. Clear noise of IRQs.
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Read HDD boot sector information for Trend Anti-Virus code
1. Enable L2 cache
2. Program boot up speed
3. Chipset final initialization.
4. Power management final initialization
5. Clear screen & display summary table
6. Program K6 write allocation
7. Program P6 class write combining
1. Program daylight saving
2. Update keyboard LED & typematic rate
1. Build MP table
2. Build & update ESCD
3. Set CMOS century to 20h or 19h
4. Load CMOS time into DOS timer tick
5. Build MSIRQ routing table.
Boot attempt (INT 19h)
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Appendix C: Software Installation
Appendix C
Installing Software Programs and Drivers
(*Note: if you do not wish to configure onboard SATA RAID functions, please go
directly to Section C-3 for the OS & Software Installation.)
After all the hardware has been installed, you must first configure Intel's ICH6R
SATA RAID (*Note) before you install the Operating System , and other software
drivers. The necessary drivers and user's guides are all included on the Supermicro
CDs that came packaged with your motherboard.
C-1 Configuring ICH6R SATA RAID Settings
To configure SATA RAID functions, you must first configure the RAID Level that
you desire in the Intel ICH6R SATA RAID Utility program before you install Windows
XP/2000/2003, or the Linux/SuSE operating system, and other software drivers.
The necessary drivers are all included on the Supermicro CDs that came packaged
with your motherboard. (*Note: the current version of ICH6R SATA RAID Utility can
only support Windows XP/2000/2003 and Linux/SuSE Operating Systems.)
Serial ATA (SATA)
Serial ATA (SATA) is a physical storage interface. It uses a single cable with a
minimum of four wires to create a point-to-point connection between devices. It
is a serial link which supports SATA Transfer rates up to 150MBps. Because the
serial cables used in SATA are thinner than the traditional cables used in Parallel
ATA (PATA), SATA systems have better airflow and can be installed in smaller chassis than Parallel ATA. In addition, the cables used in PATA can only extend to 40
cm long, while Serial ATA cables can extend up to one meter. Overall, Serial ATA
provides better functionality than Parallel ATA.
Introduction to the Intel ICH6R Serial RAID
Located in the South Bridge of the E7221 Copper River Chipset, the I/O Controller
Hub (ICH6R) provides the I/O subsystem with access to the rest of the system. It
supports one-channel Ultra ATA/100 Bus Master IDE controller (PATA) and Serial
ATA (SATA) Host Controller, which supports up to four Serial ATA ports and up
to two sets of RAID drives. RAID 0 (Striping), RAID 1 (Mirroring) and RAID 10
(Striping+Mirroring) are supported. The ICH6R supports the Parallel ATA (PATA)
and Serial (SATA) device configuration.
ATA Operation Modes
You can select from the following two modes: Legacy mode and Native mode.
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SATA Operate Modes
You can select from the following modes: Auto, Combined, Enhanced, and SATA
Only Mode. The number of devices supported by these modes are listed below:
*SATA Only: The maximum of 4 devices are supported (4 SATA)
*Auto Mode: The maximum of 6 devices supported (4 SATA + 2 IDE)
*Enhanced Mode: The maximum of 6 devices supported (4 SATA + 2 IDE)
*Combined Mode: The maximum of 4 devices supported (2 SATA + 2 IDE)
Configuring BIOS settings for the SATA RAID (The Native Mode)
1. Press the <Del> key during system bootup to enter the BIOS Setup Utility.
(*Note: If it is the first time powering on the system, we recommend you load Optimized Default Settings. If you have already done so, please skip to Step 3.
2. Use the arrow keys to select the "Exit" Settings . Once in the "Exit" settings,
Scroll down to select the item- "Load Optimized Default settings" and press the
<Enter> key. Select "OK" to confirm the selection. Press the <Enter> key to load
the default settings for the BIOS.
3. Use the arrow keys to select the "Advanced" in the BIOS.
4. Scroll down to the item-"Advanced Chipset Control" and press the <Enter> Key
to select this option.
5. Select the item- "On-Chip Serial ATA", and press the <Enter> Key. When the
sub-menu appears, select the item-"Enhanced Mode".
6. Scroll up to the item- "SATA Mode", and press the <Enter> Key to select this
option. When the sub-menu appears, select the item-"RAID".
7. Tap "Esc" and scroll down to "Exit". Select "Save and Exit" from the "Exit" menu.
Press the <Enter> key to save the changes and exit the BIOS.
8. Once you've exited the BIOS Utility, the system will re-boot.
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Using the LSI ICH6R SATA RAID Utility Driver
Accessing the LSI SATA RAID Utility:
After the system exits from the BIOS Setup Utility, the system will automatically
reboot. To run the LSI Logic Embedded SATA RAID Setup Utility, press the <CTRL>
key and the <M> key simultaneously during system bootup as shown in the screen
below:
LSI SATA RAID Utility Main Menu
Once you've entered the LSI SATA RAID Setup Utility, the Main Menu of the SATA
RAID Setup Utility displays as shown below:
(*Note: Please refer to the LSI User's Guide, which is included in the CD for installing the LSI SATA RAID Controller Driver. You can also download a copy of the
guide from our web site.)
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Creating New A SATA RAID:
a. From the Setup Utility Main Menu (shown on the previous page), select "Configure" and press the <Enter> key. The following screen displays:
b. From the Configuration Submenu, select "New Configuration" and press the
<Enter> key to activate the following submenu:
c. When the submenu appears, highlight "Yes" and press the <Enter> key at the
prompt (as shown above) to proceed with the new RAID Configuration. The following screen displays:
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d. When the screen shown above appears, press the space bar on your keyboard
to select the physical drives that you wish to configure as RAID drives and the texts
of the selected drives will change from "Ready" to "ONLINE" shown below:
e. When the screen shown above displays, press <F10> to associate the selected
physical drive with the current array. Once you've finished creating the current array,
press <Enter>. The following screen appears:
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f. When the screen shown above displays, press the space bar to select the array.
g. When the pop-up submenu, indicating "SPAN-1" appears (as shown) above,
use the space bar to configure the selected drive and press <F10>. The following
screen appears:
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h. When the screen shown above appears, highlight RAID 1 to select it (*default),
or press <Enter> for other RAID options.
i. After completing the RAID level selection, use the arrow keys to highlight "Accept", and press <Enter>.
j. Once you've created a new RAID, save the configuration and proceed with disk
drive initialization.
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Initializing Disk Drives
If an installed disk does not appear in the disk selection list for creating a new array or if it appears grayed out, you may have to initialize it before you can use it
as part of an array. Drives attached to the controller must be initialized before they
can be used in an array.
Caution: Initializing a disk overwrites the partition table on the disk and makes any
data on the disk inaccessible. If the drive is used in an array, you may not be able
to use the array again.
Do not initialize a disk that is part of a boot array. To determine which disks are
associated with a particular array, please refer to Viewing Array Properties.
To Initialize Disk Drives
a. Use the arrow keys to select the second item: Initialize from the LSI SATA RAID
main menu (shown above), and press the <Enter> key.
b. Select "Logical Drive" from the pop-up submenu, and press <Enter>.
c. Use the Space Bar on your keyboard to select the Logical Drive you wish to
initialize and press <Enter>.
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d. After selecting the Logical Drive, press <F10> to initialize the selected disk
drive.
e. When prompted for confirmation, use the arrow keys to select "Yes", and press
<Enter>. The following screen displays to confirm the initialization of the selected
disk drive.
Creating Hot Spare Drives
a. Use the arrow keys to select "Objects" from the LSI SATA RAID main menu,
and press <Enter>.
b. Select "Physical Drive", and press <Enter>. The following menu displays.
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c. Use the space bar to select the physical drive you wish to configure as a "Hot
Spare" drive from the pop-up submenu, and press <Enter>. The status of the disk
drive selected will be changed from "Ready" to "HOTSP".
(Note: For detailed information regarding LSI's SATA RAID Configuration, please
refer to the LSI User's Manual included in the CD that came with your motherboard. You can also visit our web site at www. supermicro.com for the LSI's
User's Manual.)
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C-2 Installing the Windows XP/2000/2003 for systems
with RAID Functions
(*Note: It is strongly recommended that you initialize the disk drives before
installing the OS. Refer to the previous section for disk drive initialization.)
1. Insert Supermicro's bootable CD that came with the package into the CD
Drive during the system reboot.
The "Super Micro Driver Diskette Maker"
screen displays.
2. Choose the "Intel ICH6R Driver by 3rd Party (LSI)" from the items listed and
press Enter.
3. From the next screen displayed, choose the OS driver you want to install
and press Enter.
4. Insert a formatted diskette into drive A: and press Enter as prompted.
5. Exit the program after the process is completed. Then, reboot the system.
6. Insert the Microsoft Windows OS Setup CD in the CD Driver. The system
will boot up from the CD.
7. Press the F6 key when the message "Press F6 if you need to install a third
party SCSI or RAID driver" is displayed.
8. When the Windows OS Setup screen appears, press "S" to specify additional
device(s).
9. Insert the driver diskette labelled "LSI Embedded Serial ATA RAID Controller
Driver" into your floppy drive and press the Enter key.
10. Choose the "LSI Embedded Host Serial ATA RAID Controller" from the
list indicated in the Windows OS Setup Screen and press the Enter key.
11. Press the Enter key to continue the installation process. (If you need to
specify any additional devices to be installed, do so at this time.) Once all devices
are specified, press the Enter key to continue with the installation.
12. From the Windows OS Setup screen, press the Enter key. The OS setup
routine will automatically load all device files and continue the Windows OS
installation.
13. After the Windows OS installation has completed, the system will automatically reboot.
(Note: To install operating systems other than the Windows OS, or to install other
software, please refer to the LSI User's manual included in the CD that came
with your motherboard. You can also visit our web site at www. supermicro.
com for the manual.)
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Installing Other Drivers
After you've installed the Windows Operating System, a screen (as shown in
Figure C-1) displays. You are now ready to install additional software programs
and drivers. To install these software programs and drivers, click the icons to
the right of these items.
Figure C-1. Driver/Tool Installation Display Screen
Click the icons showing a hand writing on the paper to view the readme files for
each item. Click the computer icons to the right of these items to install each item
(from top to the bottom) one at a time. After installing each item, you must reboot the system before moving on to the next item on the list. The bottom icon
with a CD on it allows you to view the entire contents of the CD.
Note: Please refer to the LSI User's Guide (included in the CD) for installing the
LSI SATA RAID Controller Driver. You can also download a copy of the guide from
our web site.
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Supero Doctor III
The Supero Doctor III program is a Web-base management tool that supports
remote management capability. It includes Remote and Local Management tools.
The local management is called the SD III Client. The Supero Doctor III program
included on the CDROM that came with your motherboard allows you to monitor
the environment and operations of your system. Supero Doctor III displays crucial
system information such as CPU temperature, system voltages and fan status. See
the Figure below for a display of the Supero Doctor III interface.
*Note: 1 The default user name and password are ADMIN.
*Note 2: In the Windows OS environment, the Supero Doctor III settings take precedence over the BIOS settings. When first installed, Supero Doctor III adopts the
temperature threshold settings previously set in BIOS. Any subsequent changes
to these thresholds must be made within Supero Doctor, since the SD III settings
override the BIOS settings. For the Windows OS to adopt the BIOS temperature
threshold settings, please change the SDIII settings to be the same as those set
in BIOS.
Supero Doctor III Interface Display Screen-I (Health Information)
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Supero Doctor III Interface Display Screen-III (Remote Control)
*Note: SD III Software Revision 1.0 can be downloaded from our web site at: ftp://
ftp.supermicro.com/utility/Supero_Doctor_III/. You can also download SDIII User's
Guide at: http://www.supermicro.com/PRODUCT/Manuals/SDIII/UserGuide.pdf. For
Linux, we will still recommend Supero Doctor II.
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