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Mini Pentium 4 Barebone

User’s Manual

Version 1.

1

Mini P4 Barebone

Series ii User’s Manual

Preface

FCC Compliance Statement

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in residential installations. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television equipment reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna

• Move the equipment away from the receiver

• Plug the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected

• Consult an experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

Operation is subjected to the following two conditions 1) this device may not cause harmful interference and 2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

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Disclaimer

The information in this document is subject to change without notice. The manufacturer makes no representations or warranties regarding the contents of this manual and specifically disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose.

Furthermore, the manufacturer reserves the right to revise this publication or make changes in the specifications of the product described within it at any time without notice and without obligation to notify any person of such revision.

Trademarks

Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of

Microsoft Corp. Intel and Pentium 4 are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. Other product names used in this manual are the properties of their respective owners and are acknowledged.

Copyright

This publication, including all photographs, illustrations and software, is protected under international copyright laws, with all rights reserved. Neither this manual, nor any of the material contained herein, may be reproduced without the express written consent of the manufacturer.

©Copyright 2003

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Preface

Table of Contents

1: Introduction ......................................................... 1-1

About This Manual ............................................................ 1-2

Package Contents ............................................................. 1-2

Getting Started .................................................................. 1-1

2: Installation ........................................................... 2-1

Installing a CPU ................................................................. 2-1

Installing System Memory ................................................. 2-7

Installing Internal Peripherals ............................................ 2-9

Installing an IDE drive .................................................. 2-9

Installing a CD-ROM .................................................. 2-10

Completing System Configuration ................................... 2-10

3: External Components ......................................... 3-1

Front Panel ........................................................................ 3-1

Rear Panel ........................................................................ 3-3

4: BIOS Setup ......................................................... 4-1

Running the BIOS Utility .................................................... 4-1

Entering Setup ................................................................... 4-2

System Information ........................................................... 4-2

General Configuration ....................................................... 4-3

Advanced Configuration .................................................... 4-4

System Specific Setup ...................................................... 4-4

Primary / Secondary IDE Drives ........................................ 4-5

Peripherals ........................................................................ 4-6

Power Management .......................................................... 4-6

PCI & PNP ......................................................................... 4-7

Hardware Monitor .............................................................. 4-7

Restore Default Settings ................................................... 4-8

Exit .................................................................................... 4-8

5: Drivers and Utilities ............................................. 5-1

Running the Power Installer Disc ...................................... 5-1

Drivers and Utilities Screen ............................................... 5-1

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Drivers Installation Screen ................................................ 5-1

Software Utility Screen ...................................................... 5-2

Make Driver Screen ........................................................... 5-2

Appendix 1: Hardware Layout .............................. A1-1

Components .................................................................... A1-1

Connectors ...................................................................... A1-1

Jumpers ........................................................................... A1-1

Motherboard Layout ........................................................ A1-2

Motherboard Layout Key ................................................. A1-3

JCMOS1: Clear CMOS Jumper ...................................... A1-4

System Memory Socket .................................................. A1-5

CPU Socket & Cooling Fan / Heatsink Frame ................. A1-5

Expansion Slot ................................................................ A1-6

PCI Expanion slot ...................................................... A1-6

AGP Slot .................................................................... A1-6

IDE1, IDE2: IDE Drive Connectors .................................. A1-7

ATX12V Power Connectors ............................................. A1-7

J2, J3: Internal USB Connectors ..................................... A1-8

J4: AUX-IN/ CD-IN ........................................................... A1-8

J8: Audio Connector ........................................................ A1-9

JPANEL1: Front Panel Connector ................................... A1-9

JCFAN1, JSFAN1: System Fan Connectors ................. A1-10

Appendix 2: Specifications.................................... A2-1

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Chapter 1 Introduction

1: Introduction

The mini P4 barebone is a high-performance personal computer barebones system that supports the Intel® Pentium® 4 processor. The barebone ’s motherboard has one DIMM memory socket that accommodates 200/266 MHz DDR

SDRAM ( without AGP slot version ) or 200/266/333MHz DDR

SDRAM ( with AGP slot version

).

The without AGP slot model uses the latest Intel® 845GV chipset or the Intel® 845GE chipset ( with AGP slot version) to integrate all system control functions.

Features of this system include support for:

• Intel® Pentium® 4 processor

• 533/400 MHz system bus

• Up to 1GB DDR SDRAM

• One 32-bit PCI/33 MHz slot ( without AGP slot version

)

• One onboard AGP slot ( with AGP slot version )

• Two USB 2.0 external ports on rear panel (stacked)

For a complete list of specifications, see Appendix 2,

Specifications.

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Chapter 1

About This Manual

This manual’s five chapters and two appendices cover the following topics:

Chapter 1,

Introduction

, provides a basic introduction to the system and package contents.

Chapter 2,

Installation

, explains basic installation procedures.

Chapter 3,

External Components

, describes external components.

Chapter 4,

BIOS Setup

, describes setting the BIOS.

Chapter 5, Drivers and Utilities , explains how to use the bundled software drivers and utilities.

Appendix 1, Hardware Layout , describes the motherboard layout, components, and configuration

Appendix 2,

Specifications

, lists the system’s technical specifications.

Package Contents

The package contains the following items:

• One Barebone

• IDE connector cables

• Power cord

• Three spare Jumper caps

• Power Installer software & utilities disc

• User’s Manual

Inspect the system; if any items are damaged or missing, contact Anyware Solutions Pte Ltd immediately.

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Chapter 2 Installation

2: Installation

This chapter describes installing components and devices on the barebone ’ motherboard. Please review each of the following procedures before you start. For the location and description of system components, please refer to

Appendix 1, Hardware Layout.

Getting Started

The package contains the motherboard/chassis assembly, plus one box containing the Fan/Heatsink, and one box containing accessories.

1. Unpacking the pack age .

2. Remove the two smaller boxes and place to one side.

3. Remove the motherboard/chassis assembly, and discard the foam and plastic packaging – or save it for recycling.

4. Unscrew the three thumbscrews at the rear of the barebone and remove the aluminum Housing.

5. Locate the CPU socket.

Installing a CPU

The motherboard supports the Intel Pentium 4 processor.

Follow the procedures below to avoid damag ing the CPU or motherboard.

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Selecting a Processor

This motherboard supports all Intel Pentium 4 processors.

The motherboard’s BIOS automatically detects the required settings and configures the CMOS Setup Utility.

Installing the Processor

It is important to review all of the instructions before beginning the installation procedure. Carefully handle the processor by its edges, and take all precautions against electrostatic discharge. The boxed Intel Pentium 4 processor comes with a Heatsink and Thermal Interface Material applicator. Non-boxed processors follow the same procedures, but the accessories may have a different appearance. The following illustrations are a generic representation and may not show the components’ exact appearance.

Note that you install the CPU by reaching your hands and fingers through the chassis frame to manipulate the CPU and socket.

1. Unlock the socket by pressing the lever sideways, then lift it up to a vertical angle.

Step 1

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2. Position the CPU above the socket such that its marked corner matches the base of the socket lever.

Step 2

3. Press it firmly on the socket while you push down the socket lever to secure the CPU.

Step 3

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4. After installing the CPU you need to apply the Thermal Interface Material (TIM) to the top of the installed

CPU (Fig. 2) and remove the piece of tape from the

Heatsink. The TIM is supplied in an applicator with the boxed Pentium 4 processors. The TIM secures the

Fan/Heatsink to the CPU. However, if the Fan/

Heatsink already has a patch of TIM on its underside, you won’t need to apply additional TIM to the CPU

(Fig. 1).

Step 4

The heatsink may have thermal interface material attached to the bottom as shown in

Fig.1, or you may need to apply the thermal interface material using a syringe as shown in Fig.2.

Fig. 1

Fig. 2 mPGA478B

Be careful not to damage the thermal interface material.

Using the enclosed syringe apply all of the thermal interface material to the top of the processor.

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Installing the Fan/ Heatsink

To install the Fan/Heatsink assembly:

5. When installing the Fan/Heatsink and clip assembly it is important to make sure the Fan/Heatsink does not rotate or twist on the processor. Securing the Fan/

Heatsink while closing the clip lever will ensure the thermal interface material (TIM) is not damaged and the processor will operate correctly. The TIM is attached to the heatsink.

Step 5

1

A

6. Make sure to close the clip levers one at a time. Close the clip lever (1), while holding the top-side of the

Fan/Heatsink with your other hand (A). Close the clip lever (2) while holding the top-side of the Fan/

Heatsink with your other hand (B).

Step 6

2

B

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7. Align the Heatsink and clip assembly with the Retention Mechanism and place it on the processor. The

Heatsink is symmetrical.

Step 7

C

D

8. With the clip levers in the up position (C), push down on all four clip frame corners to secure to the Retention Mechanism hooks (D). Close the clip levers (E).

The levers require force to be completely closed.

Connect the processor fan cable connector to the motherboard connector.

Step 8

E

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Chapter 2 Installation

Installing System Memory

Review this section before installing memory modules.

Memory Specifications

The motherboards has one DIMM module socket that supports DDR SDRAM. Memory specifications are:

DDR SDRAM*

• PC1600/PC2100 DDR SDRAM ( without AGP slot ve rsion

)

• PC1600/PC2100/PC2700 DDR SDRAM ( with AGP slot v ersion )

• Unbuffered DDR SDRAM modules

• Maximum up to 1GB system memory

Memory configuration options are:

• Supports 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, and 1GB modules

*Note: DDR SDRAM types include:

PC1600 at 200MHz

PC2100 at 266MHz

PC2700 at 333MHz

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Installing Memory Modules

To install a memory module, you insert a module into its socket and secure it with the socket retaining arms. The modules are notched so that you cannot insert them incorrectly. The BIOS recognizes the installed memory and configures the CMOS Setup Utility automatically.

Installing Memory Modules

To install memory modules:

1 Unlock a DIMM socket by pressing the retaining clips outward.

2 Align the “notch” on the memory module to the

“break” on the socket.

Notch

Break

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3 Firmly insert the module into the socket until the retaining clips snap back into place and the module is properly seated.

4 Make sure the memory module is locked on the socket with both retaining clips.

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Chapter 2 Installation

Installing Internal Peripherals

After installing the CPU, Fan/Heatsink, and memory modules, you can install internal peripherals such as a hard disk drive (IDE/HDD), and CD-ROM drive. You may have to set the jumpers of each internal peripheral to either Master or Slave mode depending on whether you install more than one peripheral.

Important: Make sure the 110/220 switch on the back panel is set to the appropriate voltage.

Installing an IDE dri v e

To install an IDE drive:

1 Set the required jumpers on the IDE drive according to the instructions of the manufacturer.

2 Remove the 3-connector peripherals cable from the accessories box and attach it to the blue connector

IDE1 on the motherboard.

3 Bring the cable up and over the IDE drive and attach the cable’s middle connector to the IDE drive. With the cable wrapped over the top of the IDE drive, slide the drive into the lower chassis port.

Important: The IDE cable must be wrapped over the IDE

Drive to keep it from blocking the fan.

4. Secure the IDE drive to the chassis port by inserting mounting screws in all the holes and tightening these screws with a screwdriver.

5. Connect an available power cable from the power supply unit to the back panel of the IDE Drive. Note that the power cable is directional and can only fit one way.

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Installing the IDE Cable between CDROM and HDD

In vertical down direction the IDE Hard Disk Drive into lower bay and apply screws on each side of the bay to make sure Hard Disk was secured seated in correct place.Connect the power and IDE cable to the

IDE Hard Disk. To ensure air-flow quality issue regarding thermal from CPU, the IDE cable will need to be placed between IDE Hard Disk Drive and CDROM

CD Rom Drive

Hard Disk Drive

IDE Cable

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Chapter 2 Installation

Installing a CD-ROM

1 Set the required jumpers on the CD-ROM drive according to the instructions of the manufacturer.

2 Attach the end of the peripherals cable to the CD-

ROM. The peripheral cable now connects both the IDE drive and the CD-ROM.

3 Slide the CD-ROM drive into the upper chassis port.

4. Secure the CD-ROM drive to the chassis by inserting mounting screws in all the holes and tightening these screws with a screwdriver.

5. Connect an available power cable from the power supply unit to the back panel of the IDE Drive. Note that the power cable is directional and can only fit one way.

1 2

Please adjust the button inside the case to fit the CDROM's button.

Slide the CD-ROM drive into the chassis from the top.

3 4

Attach the IDE cable and power cord to the CDROM.

Secure the CD-ROM drive to the chassis by inserting screws.

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Completing System Configuration

To complete the system configuration:

1. Replacing the system housing cover and tighten the three thumbscrews on the rear panel.

2. Connect external peripherals such as a monitor, a keyboard, and a pointing device to the back panel.

3. Once you have completed final hardware installation, you can configure CMOS Setup Utility and Drivers, see the following chapters.

4. Install an operating system and support software—see related documentation.

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Chapter 3 External Components

3: External Components

This chapter describes the external components of the barebone .

Front Panel

The features described below are conveniently located on the front panel for ease of use and accessibility.

Power Switch

(Power Indicator)

Reset Switch

(HDD Indicator)

Microphone

Earphones

USB 2.0

USB 2.0

CD ROM Eject

CD ROM Play

Power Switch

The Power Switch lets you Power On and Shut Down the system. Press the switch for Power On. Press and hold the switch for 2 seconds to Shut Down the system.

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Reset Switch

The Reset Switch lets you shut down the system if you cannot use the operating system shut down procedure.

USB Ports

Two standard Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports each support several USB compatible devices such as pointers, keyboards, modems, and printers connected in series.

MIC

This mono microphone jack lets you connect an external microphone for use in voice mail recording, general note taking or for use with an internet phone.

Phones

This stereo ear phones jack lets you connect a set of headphones or a set of amplified speakers.

Power LED

The Power LED glows a steady light when the power is

On, and blinks when the system is in Standby mode. There is no light when the power is off.

HDD LED

The HDD LED displays the status of hard disk drive operation.

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Rear Panel

The Rear Panel’s components and their features are described below.

Cooling Fan

The Cooling Fan switches on when the system’s temperature rises above a certain threshold.

Voltage Switch

The Voltage Switch lets you switch the system to operate at either 110V or 220V.

Power Switch

This power switch lets you power on the system from the rear panel.

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Power Cord

Attach the power cord to this socket.

System Fan

The system fan begins operation when the system’s temperature rises past a certain threshold. Do not block this vent.

Audio Jacks

The audio jacks are for connecting external audio devices to the onboard audio subsystem.

The three audio jacks are:

SPK OUT: provides output to two stereo speakers, or the

Front Left and Right speakers in a 5.1

speaker system

Line In:

provides audio input connector for an external audio source.

Mic:

this jack is for plugging in a computer microphone.

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USB Ports

There are two high-speed USB 2.0 ports, USB 0 and

USB 1, for connecting either USB 1.1 or 2.0 devices to the system. These ports are for “Type A” USB cable connectors. It does not matter if the system is on when you connect or disconnect USB devices. See the graphic below.

LAN Port

The LAN Port is an RJ-45 connector for standard Cat 5

LAN cabling. The connector attaches to the onboard

Realtek LAN controller. It does not matter if the system is on when connecting or disconnecting a LAN cable.

Printer Port

The Printer port connects the system to devices that have a parallel interface. This port is generally used to connect a printer to the system.

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Monitor Port

The monitor port is a 15-pin connector for attaching a

VGA monitor.

COM Port

The COM Serial port has a 9-pin connector and can operate at speeds up to 115,200bps. Do not connect or disconnect a serial port when the system is turned on.

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PS/2 Ports

The PS/2 ports are for a system keyboard and mouse or other tracking device. It is recommended that you do not plug or unplug devices when the system is on.

Mouse

Keyboard

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Chapter 4 BIOS Setup

4: BIOS Setup

After you have installed peripherals, configured the motherboard and assembled the system, you can power up the system.

The system uses the Award BIOS utility . The setup instructions for configuring the system ’s BIOS

(Basic Input Output System) are contained on this chip.

The Award BIOS Utility lets you set system parameters, which are stored in nonvolatile CMOS RAM. This information is retained by battery backup when the system is powered off. The values stored in the CMOS configures the system each time the system is powered on.

Running the BIOS Utility

The BIOS Utility does not depend on an operating system to run. You run the utility by typing the <Del> or Delete key before the operating system boots up. The BIOS

Utility Main Menu appears. You navigate the BIOS Utility using keyboard commands that are listed on the lower right portion of each screen.

Once you have fully configured the BIOS Utility you will rarely need to configure it again.

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Entering Setup

Power up the system and press the <Del> key to enter the

BIOS Setup main menu.

On entering Setup, “Main Menu” is the first screen displayed. Use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to highlight the desired menu item and press ENTER to select this item.

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BIOS Setup Main Menu

Use the arrow keys to select items. A description of each selection follows.

System Information

System Information offers general system information, such as: BIOS information, CPU type and speed, parallel and serial port I/O addresses, IDE drive information, cache memory size, total memory size and memory in each slot.

Use this information to verify if these components are installed and configured correctly.

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Chapter 4 BIOS Setup

General Configuration

The General Configuration screen lets you set time and date settings to suit your location. Set boot devices in the appropriate sequence. Power up options include Numlock,

Primary VGA, and Boot Sector protection.

You can set a User and Supervisor password after enabling the Password Required item.

Forgot the Password?

If you forget the password, you can clear the password by erasing the real time clock’s CMOS RAM. You can erase the CMOS RAM using the JCMOS1 jumper, see Appendix 1: Hardware Layout. After you have done so, hold down the <Del> key during boot up and enter BIOS setup to reenter user preferences.

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Advanced BIOS Features

The Advanced BIOS Configuration sets Virus Warning , memory test, CPU L1 and 2 cacheable, booting disk device settings, onboard LAN controller and BIOS write protection. Unless you fully understand the function of these settings, it is better to leave the default settings.

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Advanced BIOS Configuration Screen

Advanced Chipset Features

The Advanced Chipset Setup screen configures the DRAM timing clock, the memory CAS latency , sytem turbo mode...

Unless you fully understand the function of these settings, it is recom mended that you do not change the default settings.

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Advanced Chipset Setup Screen

Primary / Secondary IDE Drives

The Primary / Secondary IDE Drives screens let you manually or automatically set up different IDE hard drives on two separate IDE channels – primary and secondary

IDE channels.

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Peripherals

The Peripherals screen lets you enable and disable onboard peripherals controllers.

Peripherals Screen

Power Management

The Power Management screen lets you configure power management settings.

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Power Management Screen

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PCI & PNP

The PCI & PnP screen configures Plug and Play and other

PCI bus settings.

PCI & PnP Screen

PC Health Status

The PC Health Status screen shows information on the system’s voltages, fan rotations and temperatures.

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Load Optimized Defaults

The Optimized Defaults Settings screen lets you reload the original manufacturer settings. The Restore Optimized

Defaults lets the system start using the most reliable settings. Use this option when you can no longer boot the system due to changing, adding or removing hardware parts or peripherals.

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Restore Default SettingsScreen

Save to CMOS and Exit

After making your selections in the Setup program, save your changes and exit BIOS Setup. Select Exit from the main menu and choose the appropriate option.

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Chapter 5 Drivers and Utilities

5: Drivers and Utilities

The barebone comes bundled with a Power Installer

CD-ROM disc that includes driver and utility software.

This chapter describes installing and using this software.

Running the Power Installer Disc

The Power Installer CD-ROM install interface runs under

Microsoft Windows 9X, NT 4.0, 2000, or XP. After inserting the disc into your CD-ROM drive the install interface loads automatically. Choose model from the selections. If it does not load, run the Power Installer directly from the disc by running Setup.

Drivers and Utilities Screen

This screen has five selections. Choose a selection to open its respective screen, which are described below. The

User’s Manual selection opens the motherboard documentation. Choose Exit to leave this screen.

Drivers Installation Screen

Click

Driver Installation

in the Drivers and Utilities screen and the Driver Installation screen appears. Choose drivers in sequence to open their respective install programs. Select the installation guides to review installation information. When you are finished click

Exit to leave this screen.

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Software Utility Screen

Click Software Utility in the Drivers and Utilities screen and the Software Utility screen appears. To install the

Adobe Acrobat Reader

software , click on the item you wish to install and follow the instructions.

Clicking on the Hardware Monitor Utility lets you install a program that gives access to information detected by the hardware monitor.

Make Driver Screen

Click

Make Driver in the Drivers and Utilities screen and the Make Driver utility screen appears. This utility gives you a convenient way to make driver floppy disks. You can use this utility to make driver disks for the LAN driver.

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Appendix 1 Hardware Layout

Appendix 1: Hardware Layout

This chapter describes the motherboard layout and shows the location, function, and configuration of key components, including sockets, slots, connectors and jumpers.

Before installing this motherboard read the following pages carefully for location and function of these items.

Components

The motherboard provides sockets, slots, and connectors for the installation of the CPU, memory, power supply, and

PCI or AGP expansion cards.

Connectors

The motherboard’s connectors attach to IDE drives, CPU fan/heatsink, audio devices, and front panel features such as LEDs, speaker, and power switch.

Jumpers

The motherboard’s jumpers provide information to the operating system about installed options and system settings.

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Motherboard Layout

The motherboard components are shown below.

Layout

J8

J4

JATXPWR1

JSFAN1

JCFAN1

A1 - 2

DDR1

LAN Controller

J3

J2

JPANEL1

JCMOS1

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Motherboard Layout Key

These components, connectors and jumpers are located in the motherboard layout graphic on the facing page.

Component

CPU

Function mPGA478 CPU socket

DDR1 DIMM socket for DDR SDRAM

Expansion Slot PCI expansion slot (

Without AGP Slot version

)

AGP expansion slot (

With AGP Slot version

)

Connectors Function

JATX PWR1 Connector for power supply

JATX PWR2 ATX power connector

JPANEL1 Front panel feature connector

J2 Internal USB connector

J3

J8

Internal USB connector

Audio connector

J9

JCFAN1

Aux In/CD In

CPU cooling fan power connector

JSFAN1 Auxiliary Fan connector

IDE1, IDE2 IDE drive connectors

Jumpers

JCMOS1

Function

Clear CMOS

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JCMOS1: Clear CMOS Jumper

This jumper switch, JCMOS1, clears the CMOS Setup configuration that is stored in the real-time clock’s CMOS memory. If configuration becomes corrupted, or if the

CMOS settings are changed to an unsuitable configuration, the motherboard may not work properly. JCMOS1lets you delete the configuration data stored in CMOS memory and reset the CMOS to the Optimized Defaults.

Follow the procedure below to clear CMOS memory.

1 Turn off and unplug the system and remove the system housing cover.

2 Set JCMOS to the Clear CMOS position by placing the jumper cap over pins 2 and 3 for one minute.

3 Return the jumper cap to Normal setting, pins 1 and 2.

4 Replace the system housing cover, plug in the system and power on.

5 Run the CMOS Setup Utility and load the Optimized

Defaults. Make any custom settings you require.

6 Save the settings as you exit the program and restart your computer.

1

2

3

Normal(Default)

1

2

3

Clear CMOS

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Appendix 1 Hardware Layout

CPU Socket & Cooling Fan / Heatsink Frame

The mPGA478B CPU socket supports a 478-pin Intel

Pentium 4 processor. The Pentium 4 CPU requires a cooling fan/heatsink, which attaches to the board using a retention mechanism mounting frame. See the section on installing the CPU in Chapter 2.

mPGA478B

The mPGA478B CPU socket is located within a cooling fan/ heatsink frame.

System Memory Socket

This DIMM system memory socket supports 200MHz

(PC1600) or 266MHz (PC2100) DDR SDRAM system memory modules. See the section on installing memory in

Chapter 2.

DDR1

DDR SDRAM System Memory Module

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Expansion Slot

The motherboard’s expansion slot is either a 32-bit PCI

( without AGP slot version

) or an AGP slot .

PCI Expanion slot

The PCI expansion slot on the motherboard lets you install additional system hardware via add-on cards. There is one

32-bit, 33MHz slot that is compliant with PCI 2.1/2.2 on this motherboard.

PCI1

PCI Expansion Slot

AGP Slot

The AGP slot is for the exclusive use of high speed AGP video display cards. This AGP slot supports AGP4X cards.

This slot only supports 1.5V devices. Do not use a 3.3V

AGP card with this motherboard.

AGP

AGP Expansion Slot

There is only one expansion slot on this motherboard. It is either a PCI slot or an AGP slot .

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Appendix 1 Hardware Layout

IDE1, IDE2: IDE Drive Connectors

The two IDE drive connectors are marked IDE1, the primary channel, and IDE2, the secondary channel. Each connector supports two drives, a Master and a Slave.

IDE1

IDE2

IDE Drive Connectors

ATX12V Power Connectors

The two power connectors let you attach two leads from an ATX12V power supply to the motherboard. The

ATX12V standard requires a 20-pin ATX connector plus a

4-pin ATX12V connector.

Insert the 20-pin lead of the ATX12V power supply into the first 20 holes of the JATXPWR2 power connector leaving the last four empty. Insert the 4-pin ATX12V lead into the JATXPWR1 power connector.

24

12

ATX12V

JATXPWR2

Main Power

Connector

13

1

1

2

3

4

JATXPWR1

Secondary Power

Connector

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J2, J3: Internal USB Connectors

These connectors, J2 and J3, let you attach internal USB devices.

J2

2 4 6 8 10

1 3 5 7

Pin Assignment

1: USB_VCC2

3: USB_D2-

5: USB_D2+

7: GND

9: NC

Pin Assignment

2: USB_VCC2

4: USB_D3-

6: USB_D3+

8: GND

10: FUSB_CO-OUT

J2: Connector Pin Assignments

J3

2 4 6 8 10

1 3 5 7

Pin Assignment

1: USB_VCC2

3: USB_D4-

5: USB_D4+

7: GND

9: NC

Pin Assignment

2: USB_VCC2

4: USB_D5-

6: USB_D5+

8: GND

10: FUSB_CO-OUT

J3: Connector Pin Assignments

J4: AUX-IN/ CD-IN

This connector, J4, lets you attach audio-in cables from internal peripherals, such as a CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive. The connector provides audio input connection between a device and the integrated audio subsystem.

2

1

4

3

J4

Pin Assignment

1: Left Channel

2-3: GND

4: Right Channel

J4: AUX-IN/ CD-IN

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J8: Audio Connector

This connector, J8, lets you attach audio-out connectors to peripherals.

J8

1 9

Pins Function

5-6: Audio Line R

9-0: Audio Line L

JPANEL1: Front Panel Connector

This connector, JPANEL1, connects the following system housing front panel features:

• Reset Switch (Reset in diagram)

• IDE device LED (IDE LED in diagram)

• ACPI Suspend LED (ACPI in diagram)

• Power Switch (Power On in diagram)

• System Activity LED (System LED in diagram)

• Housing-mounted Speaker (Speaker in diagram)

13

1

Power On

System LED

+

ACPI

+

IDE LED

Speaker

+

Reset

24

12

JPANEL1: Front Panel Connector

Pin Assignments

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Mini P4 Barebone Series Appendix 1

JCFAN1, JSFAN1: System Fan Connectors

These 3-pin connectors provide power to the CPU cooling fan (JCFAN1), and to another system cooling fan

(JSFAN1). These connectors support fan speed monitoring. A temperature monitor detects the CPU and internal system temperatures. You can set a system shutdown temperature in the PC Health section of the CMOS Setup

Utility.

1 2 3

JCFAN1

Pin Assignment

1: GND

2: +12V

3: Sensor

1 2 3

JSFAN1

Pin Assignment

1: GND

2: +12V

3: NC

System Cooling Fan Connectors

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Appendix 2 Specifications

Appendix 2: Specifications

Technical specifications are listed below.

Processor

Supports Single Intel Pentium 4 processor

System Bus: 100MHz/133MHz

Auto detects CPU type, external clock and multiplier

CPU external clock adjustment at 1MHz/step by BIOS.

CPU Power

Follows VRM 9.0 spec

VRD design

Memory

PC1600/PC2100 DDR SDRAM

Unbuffered DDR SDRAM

Supports single DIMM up to 1GB

Chipset

North Bridge: Intel 845G V/ Intel 845GE

South Bridge: ICH4

Winbond Super I/O : W83627HF

AGP ( With AGP version only)

One AGP slot

AGP 4X Compliant

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Appendix 2

PCI ( wih PCI version only)

One 32bit PCI/33MHz slot

PCI 2.1/2.2 Compliant

LAN

RealTek LAN 8100 onboard

One RJ-45 connector

USB 2.0

Two USB 2.0 external port on the back panel (stacked)

Two USB 2.0 external ports by pin header for the front panel

Audio

AC’97 , RealTek ALC650

One audio connector at rear panel to support LINE IN/

LINE OUT/MIC IN/Game Port

One 4-pin CD-ROM Audio In header

One 4-pin AUX header

Supports audio connectors on front panel (MIC/ Earphone)

General I/O

Two IDE connectors (Bus Master with Enhanced) to support Ultra DMA 33/ATA66/ATA100 IDE drives and

ATAPI compliant devices

One UART connector

One 25pin ECP/EPP Parallel Port

One PS/2 Keyboard

One PS/2 Mouse

One internal Smbus connector

One internal WOL connector

BIOS

Award BIOS

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Flash write Protection for BIOS

Support ACPI S1, S3

BIOS setup features

Auto configuration for IDE hard disk types

Multiple boot options

Power Supply

200W

System Management

Winbond hardware monitor

One 3-pin CPU Fan header

Three 3-pin Chassis Fan headers

One CPU temperature sensor

Seven Voltage monitoring (Vcore, +1.5V, +2.5V, +3.3V,

+5V, +12V, -12V, Battery, 5VSTB)

One 3-pin Chassis intrusion header

Form Factor

Mini System form factor

Stacked PS/2 Mouse/Keyboard ports

Stacked RJ-45 on two USB2.0 ports

Stacked one parallel on serial port and VGA port

Stacked Line-in/ Line-out/ Mic

Other

Support AC power failure

Miscellaneous

1. ACPI 1.1

2. PC2001

3 . PCI 2.2 4. APM 1.2

7. WfM 2.0 8. DMI 2.0

9. FCC class B

10. CE mark 89/336/ECC(EMV) and acc. To EU

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