6A815E (INTEL i815E Chipset, S-370) ATX Form Factor

6A815E (INTEL i815E Chipset, S-370) ATX Form Factor
6A815E
(INTEL i815E Chipset, S-370)
ATX Form Factor
Main Board
User’s
Manual
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Manual version: 1.0
Ref. No: 3053301
Published in 2000
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction…………………..…...…..…....1
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
Overview…………………..…………….………...…………….….1
Specifications…….……………………….….………..……………3
System Block Diagram……………………………………………4
Notice of Hardware Installation.……...………..…....…………….5
Notice of CD Driver Installation...………….……..………………6
Software Driver Installation……………..………………………...7
2-1
2-2
2-2-1
2-2-2
2-2-3
2-2-4
2-2-5
Chapter 2 Installation………………………….………8
Layout Reference…………………………………………………8
Jumper Setting.....………………….…………………………...…..9
JP6 : Keyboard Wake Up Selector………………………………..9
JP8 : Flash ROM Function Selector…………………………….10
JP27 : CMOS Status……………………………………………...11
S1 : CPU Vcore Selector………………………………………….12
S2 : CPU Frequency Selector……………………………….……14
2-3
2-3-1
2-3-2
Connectors ………………………………..….………………...…15
Front Panel………...……………………………………….…....15
Back Panel.…………………………………….…….…..…….….17
KBD/PS2 MOUSE………………………………………………………18
USB1………………………………………………………………………18
COM1 & COM2…………..………………………………………………18
LPT…………………………………………………………………………18
Midi/Game Port & External Audio Connectors………………………18
2-3-3 ATX Power Supply Connector……………………...……….….19
2-3-4 CPU Fan Connectors………………………….………….…..…..20
2-3-5 I
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R
2
:
I
r
D
A
Connector……………………….……….…….…….21
2-3-6 Floppy Disk Connector………………………………………..….22
2-3-7 IDE1 & IDE2…………………. .…….………..………….………23
2-3-8 J2 : TV-OUT Function Selector………………………....………24
2-3-9 JP2/JP3 : CD-IN………………………………………………….25
2-3-10 WOL1 : Wake up on LAN……………………………………….26
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2-3-11 CN11 : Smart Card Reader Connector…………………………27
2-4
DIMM Installation…….…………..…….…………….…...…….28
Chapter 3
3-1
3-2
PhoenixTM BIOS Porting Guide………..29
Product Overview…………………………………………………29
Graphical Launch Screen(GLS)………………………………….30
C h a p t e r
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B I O S
Setup.……….……………..…..…..31
4-1
4-1-1
4-1-2
4-1-3
4-1-4
4-1-5
4-1-6
4-1-7
4-1-8
4-1-9
4-1-10
4-1-11
4-1-12
4-1-13
Award BIOS CMOS Setup….……………………………….…31
Standard CMOS Features………………………………….……32
Advanced BIOS Features ……………… ……………………….35
Advanced Chipset Features…………….…..……………………39
Integrated Peripherals……………..……………………………42
Power Management Setup……….. …….………………………47
PnP/PCI Configuration Setup…………………………………...52
PC Health Status………………………………………………….54
Frequency/Voltage Control………………………………………55
Load Fail-Safe Defaults………….……………………………56
Load Optimized Defaults...………………………………………57
Supervisor/User Password………………………………………58
Save & Exit Setup…………………………………………….61
Quit Without Saving………………………………………...……62
Chapter 5
5-1
5-2
5-3
5-4
5-5
5-6
5-7
Appendix………………………………...63
Memory Map……………………………………………………..63
I/O Map…………………………………………….. ……….…64
Time & DMA Channels Map……………………………………65
Interrupt Map…………………………………………….……66
RTC & CMOS RAM Map…………………………………..…67
Award BIOS Hard Disk Type…………………...…………… 68
ISA I/O Address Map……………………………………………70
C h a p t e r
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Q
&
A … … … … … … . … … … … … … … … 7 2
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Error Messages During Power on Self
T e s t … … … … … . . . … . . . … 7 2
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Chapter 1
1-1
Introduction
Overview
The main board utilizes Intel’s latest i815E chipset integrated with new architects
such as AGP interface multiplexed with Internal Graphics, UDMA66/100,
CNR(communication Networking Riser) SDRAM, USB port are designed to fit
INTEL® PPGA and FC-PGA Celeron CPUs or FC-PGA PIII® CoppermineTM
CPUs.
The Intel®815E Chipset is a high-flexibility chipset designed to extend from the
basic graphics/multimedia PC platform up to the mainstream performance desktop
platform. The chipset consists of a Graphics and Memory Controller Hub(Intel®
815 GMCH), an I/O Controller Hub(ICH2) for the I/O subsystem, and a Firmware
Hub(FWH). The Intel®815E GMCH integrates a system memory SDRAM
controller that supports a 64-bit 100/133 MHz SDRAM array.
The Intel®815E GMCH has a Display Cache SDRAM controller that supports a
32-bit 133 MHz SDRAM array for enhanced integrated 2D and 3D graphics
performance. Multiplexed with the display cache interface is an AGP controller
interface to enable graphics configuration and upgrade flexibility with the
Intel®815E chipset. The AGP interface and the internal graphics device are
mutually exclusive. When the AGP port is populated with an AGP graphics card
the integrated graphics is disabled and thus the display cache interface is not
needed.
The main board also employs ITE I/O LPC controller utilizing with fully Plug and
Play device and keyboard password setup. It supports 2.88 MB Floppy, Dual
16550 compatible (with 16 bytes FIFO, up to 460K baud rate) serial Port, ECP
(Enhanced Capabilities Port), EPP(Enhanced Parallel Port) parallel port,
SPP(Standard Parallel Port), Infrared IrDA (HPSIR), and Amplitude Shift Keyed
IR. (ASKIR) port and hardware monitor functions too.
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The main board contains 5*PCI for highest performance I/O add-on adapter cards.
The system board supports three Bus Mastering Slots for high-performance I/O
add-on cards. It supports Matrix Independent PCI routing for optimal multiple PCI
adapter operations and is PCI2.2 specification compliant. The 133MB/s data
transfer rate can be compared to 33MB/s on EISA bus or 8MB/s on ISA bus. It
supports back to back sequential CPU to PCI Memory writes to PCI Burst Write
for full PCI throughput. The new CNR Slot is designed to fit low cost
C(Communication) N(Networking) R(Riser) or MR card.
The main board has 3 dual in-line memory modules (DIMM) which can be
installed with PC-100/PC-133 SDRAM memory. The memory subsystem
supports up to 512 MB SDRAM of non-buffered 3.3V using standard 168-pin
DIMM sockets.
The main board is strengthened with Power Management Wake up Event such as
“Modem ring on” which is the new invention to enable PCs to be turned on via
the network or modem. These are also key benefits in PC operation, asset
management, new system setup and power conservation.
In conclusion, the system chipset and design make the main board a high
performance, cost-effective, and energy efficient main board which meets a
variety of price/performance levels. The main board is an ideal platform for the
increasing requirements of today’s and future’s desktop applications.
TV-OUT, AC-97, CNR are optional functions.
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Specifications
● PCB Board size : 30.5cm(L) x 21.0cm(W), ATX form factor, 4 layers PCB.
● CPU : Socket370 for Intel® CeleronTM/CoppermineTM PIII® CPU up to 1GHz
or faster processor.
CPU is not enclosed in the package.
● Memory : Supports up to 3 double sided DIMMs at 100MHz system
memory bus.
Supports up to 2 double sided or 3 single sided DIMMs at
133MHz system memory bus.
● AGP : integrated 2D & 3D graphics engines.
support 1X/2X/4X AGP VGA cards.
● Expansion Slot : 5 x PCI slots, 1 x AGP, 1 x CNR
● Other features
•
Modem ring on
•
Windows 95/98 power off
•
Keyboard wake-up
•
Mouse wake-up
•
DMI, ACPI supported BIOS
•
Suspend to memory (S3) function
INTEL 815E chipset only supports up to 2 double sided DIMMs at 133MHz
CPU Bus.
According to chipset specification. When using integrated VGA(not AGP
VGA card), please set “System memory frequency” as “Auto” or
“100MHz”.(please refer to page.40)
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System Block Diagram
Intel Pentium III Processor,
or
Intel Celeron Processor
System Bus(100/133 MHz)
Digital Display
Intel 815E Chipset
Encoder
Digital Video Out
TV
AGP Connector
AGP Graphics
Analog Display
GMCH
(Graphics & Memory
Controller Hub)
- Memory Controller
- AGP Controller
- Graphics Controller
- 3D Engine
- 2D Engine
- Video Engine
-OR-
64 Bit/
100/133 MHz
System
Memory
PCI Slots
PCI Bus(ICH=6 Req/Gnt pairs)
Display Cache
(4 MB SDRAM,
133 MHz)
2 IDE Ports
Ultra ATA/66
ATA/100
ICH
(I/O Controller Hub)
LPC
Super
I/O
AC'97
4 USB
Ports
USB
USB
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Audio Codec
USB
Modem Codec
USB
FWH
(Fireware Hub)
4
ISA
Option
LAN
Option
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Notice of Hardware Installation
Before installing the main board hardware, please note the following things.
A. Check the package
If any of the below items is missing or damaged, contact the dealer from whom
you purchase. Leave this main board in its original package until you are ready to
install it. In the package, there are:
• the main board
• manual
• cables
• driver & utility / CD
B. Make sure power is off.
During hardware installation, be sure that there is no power connected in this
period.
C. Avoid ESD (Electrical Static Discharge)
While working with this main board, always wear a grounded wristband or ankle
strap to avoid ESD (Electrical Static Discharge).
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Notice of CD Driver Installation
This CD contains the following drivers. The user must read “Index” (HTML
format) before installing required drivers. Index offers all the information on all
the drivers.
1.
CD driver is always updated with the latest version, and thus the actual CD content
may be different from the above picture.
Main boards: I810, I815, I820, IntelAC97, K7vat133, Kx133, Sis620,
Usba66, Via4in1, ViaAC97, ViaMVP4 based main boards (please select I815
directory for this main board)
Pccillin : anti-virus protection software
2.
Due to “CIH” virus will damage Bios completely, user needs to load
Pc-cillin anti-virus software when sets up system.
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Software Driver Installation
Unlike i440BX, i815E chipset is not supported by the drivers within Windows
operating system, USERS NEED TO INSTALL DRIVERS VERY
CAREFULLY OR SYSTEM WILL HANG UP UNEXPECTEDLY!
Load drivers from attached CD & find sub-directories under i815 directory as:
Inf……………………………..(Setup driver for i815 chipset)
Vga…………………………….(VGA Driver)
Load drivers from attached CD & find sub-directories under i810 directory as:
AD1881………………..(Drivers for sound function)
User needs to install drivers
Inf → Vga → AD1881 as below:
FOR WINDOWS OPERATNG SYSTEM :
(1) Install Inf :
Load attached CD & find “Inf” directory. Then execute “Setup” file.
(Window versions are Win98 or higher version).
(2) Vga Driver Installation :
Find directory Vga and Win9X sub-directory then find “Graphics” subdirectory then execute SETUP and RESTART system.
(3) Audio Driver Installation
Find “AD1881” sub-directory, then find Win-98 sub-directory, then find
“Win98” execute “SETUP” & restart system; or
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Chapter 2
2-1
Installation
Layout Reference
I/O
CNR1
JP3 JP2
BIOS
FAN3
CN11
JP8
COM2
IR2
JP6
J2
Intel 815
FW82815
J3
S1
ON
1 2 3 4
J27
1
2
S2
FAN2
J4
FAN1
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Jumper Setting
2-2-1 JP6 : Keyboard Wake up Selector
JP6 is a 3-pin selector which provides keyboard wake up function. Set “1-2” to
disable and set “2-3” to enable keyboard wake up function.
JP6 : Keyboard
Wake up Selector
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1
2
3
1
2
3
Set to "1-2" :
Normal
Set to "2-3" :
Enable keyboard
wake up function
2-2-2 JP8 : Flash ROM Function Selector
JP8 is a 2-pin connector which provides Flash ROM function “enabled/disabled”
as below.
JP8 : Flash ROM
Function Selector
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ON
OFF
UNLOCK
LOCK
2-2-3 JP27 : CMOS Status
Please clear CMOS if password is forgotten. Below is the detail to clear CMOS.
JP27 : CMOS Status
1
2
3
Set to "1-2" :
Normal(default)
1
2
3
Set to "2-3" :
Clear CMOS
Procedure to clear CMOS:
Step 1: Shut down the system and disconnect the power supply from AC power.
Step 2: Pull out the power supply cable from the power connector.
Step 3: Short the CMOS jumper by putting jumper cap on Pin 2-3 for a few seconds.
Step 4: Return the cap to pin 1-2 at normal setup.
Step 5: Link the power cable to the connector & connect AC power to power supply.
Step 6: Turn on system power.
If you’d like to set password, press “Del” Key during system boot up to enter
CMOS setup and establish a new password.
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2-2-4 S1 : CPU Vcore Selector
S1 is a 4-pin DIP switch which provides CPU Vcore selection. Please select the
right Vcore according to your CPU and set details as below.
S1 : CPU Vcore Selector
ON
1
CPU Volt.
2
3
4
S1
1.35V
1
OFF
2
OFF
3
OFF
4
ON
1.40V
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
1.45V
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
1.50V
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
1.55V
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
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1.60V
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
1.65V
OFF
ON
ON
ON
1.70V
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
1.75V
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
1.80V
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
1.85V
ON
OFF
ON
ON
1.90V
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
1.95V
ON
ON
OFF
ON
2.00V
ON
ON
ON
OFF
2.05V
ON
ON
ON
ON
CPU will auto-detect Vcore, please don’t change default setting.
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2-2-5 S2 : CPU Frequency Selector
S2 is a 5-pin connector which provides CPU Frequency selection. Please select the
right ratio according to your CPU and set details as below.
S2 : CPU Frequency Selector
1
CPU
66 MHz
S2 Clock Selector
SDRAM
1
100MHz
100MHz
100MHz
133MHz
133MHz
133MHz
100MHz
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Connectors
2-3-1 Front Panel
Front panel has connectors such as “POWER LED” “SPEAKER,” “RESET,”
“HD LED,” “TURBO LED,” “SOFT_PWR.” Please refer to the following
further information.
HD LED
SPEAKER
POWER LED
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SOFT_PWR
TURBO LED
POWER LED is a 3-pin connector. It is used to connect the LED on the case front
panel. The LED shows the status of the power.
SPEAKER is a 4-pin keyed Berg strip. It is used to connect to the case speaker to
the main board for sound purpose.
RESET is a 2-pin keyed Berg strip, connected to the push button reset switch on
the case’s front panel. Shorting both pin 1 & pin 2 can reset the system, which is
similar to the power off and then on again.
HD LED (Hard Disk activity LED connector) is a 2-pin keyed Berg strip. It is
used to connect to front panel Hard Disk LED.
TURBO LED is a 2-pin Berg strip on case front panel indicates the current speed
status of system.
SOFT_PWR is ATX Soft-PWR with 2 pins. SOFT-PWR is for ATX power
supply only.
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2-3-2 Back Panel
Back Panel Connectors are GAME Port, MIC, LINE-IN, LINE-OUT, COM1/
COM2, VGA, LPT, USB1/USB2, PS/2 keyboard, and PS/2 mouse on case back
panel.
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KBD/PS2 MOUSE
The onboard PS/2 keyboard and mouse connectors are 6-pin Mini-Din
connectors.
USB1/USB2 : USB (Universal Serial Bus) Connector
Universal Serial Bus connector, marked as “USB1,” is used to connect USB
devices. There are 2 USB connectors on this main board.
COM1/COM2
The onboard serial port 1 and port 2 are the 9-pin D-subminiature male
connector COM1 and COM2. COM1 and COM2 can be disabled in BIOS setup.
Please refer to Chapter 3 “Integrated Peripherals” for more information.
LPT
The onboard parallel port is a 25-pin female connector. It supports standard
Printer port, Enhanced Parallel Port (EPP), Extended Capabilities Port (ECP),
Standard Parallel Port (SPP).
Midi/Game Port & External Audio Connectors
Midi/Game port has 15 pins connecting to the game joystick. External Audio
connectors are “LINE-OUT, LINE-IN, MIC-IN” for audio functions.
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2-3-3 ATX Power Supply Connector
ATX power connector has 20 pins, which is especially designed for ATX case.
The ATX power supply supports the function of the “Soft Power On Momentary
Switch” which connects the front panel switch to the 2-pin SOFT-PWR on the
system board. While the power switch on the back of ATX power is turned on, the
full power will not go into the system board until the front panel switch is
momentarily pressed. Push the switch again to turn off the power to the system
board.
AT X P o w er
To support i815 chipset, we suggest that Pin 17 signal 5VSB on ATX
Power supply should be able to offer at least 1A driving ability.
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2-3-4 CPU Fan Connectors
There are 3 fan connectors on this system board, and it is marked as
“FAN1”, ”FAN2”, “FAN3”. Each fan connector has three pins.
Fan Signal
FAN3
SENSE
+12V
GND
FAN2
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2-3-5 I.R2 : IrDA Connector
IR connector supports wireless infrared module. With this module and application
software like Laplink, or Win95 Direct Cable Connection, user can transfer data to
or from laptops, notebooks, PDA and printers. This connector supports HPSIR,
ASKIR, and Fast IR.
Attach Infrared module to IR connector. Be sure to put in the right direction
during installation.
IR2 : IrDA Connector
Pin 1
1
2
3
4
5
IR2
VCC
NONE
IRRX
GND
IRTX
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2-3-6 Floppy Disk Connector
Floppy Disk Connector has 34 pins and is used to attach the floppy drive cable.
FDC1
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2-3-7
IDE1 & IDE2
IDE1 and IDE2 are 39-pin IDE connectors (Ultra 66/Ultra 100). IDE1 is primary
channel, and IDE2 is secondary channel. Each channel supports 2 IDE devices,
and 4 devices in total for this main board.
IDE2
IDE1
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2-3-8 J2 : TV-OUT Function Connector(Optional)
J2, a 7-pin connector provides TV-OUT function.
J2: TV-OUT
Function Connector
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2-3-9 JP2/JP3 : CD-IN
CD-IN is a CD ROM external audio input signal to line-out(speaker) of the main
board.
JP2/JP3 : CD-IN
JP3
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JP2
2-3-10 WOL1 : Wake up on LAN
Wake up on LAN, marked as “WOL1,” is a 3-pin connector. To support this
feature, a network card is required for the system and network management
software must be installed too.
WOL1: Wake up on LAN
WOL(Wake up on LAN) function requirement:
Power supply should be able to offer at least 750 mA driving ability to the
signal “5V trickle voltage.”
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2-3-11 CN11 : Smart Card Reader Connector(Optional)
The Smart Card is capable of providing secured storage facilities for sensitive
personal information (such as Private keys, Account numbers, Passwords, Medical
information, etc…). The Smart Card Reader can be used for a broad range of
application in GSM, ID, pay TV, banking, … and so forth.
CN11: Smart Card
Reader Connector
Pin 1
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2-4 DIMM Installation
Please make sure DIMM is 3.3V DIMM. Either DIMM1, DIMM2 or DIMM3
supports 8 MB, 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, and 128MB. Maximum memory for
SDRAM is up to 512 MB.
Insert the module as shown. Due to different number of pins on either side of the
breaks, the module will only fit in the direction as shown. SDRAM DIMM
modules have different pin contacts on each side and therefore have a higher pin
density.
3.3V
SDRAM memory supports PC-100/PC-133 DIMM.
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Chapter 3
3-1
PhoenixNetTM BIOS Porting Guide
Product Overview
PhoenixNetTM is an end-user content service that displays system configuration
during the power on of a Personal Computer, and delivers promotional icons to
the desktop.
PhonixNet delivers 1) one-click, easy access to the Internet, 2) offers from leading
Internet companies, and 3) anti-virus protection(Trend ChipAway VirusTM) as
well as other free offers.
Each of the components has specific functionality and the interactions between the
components and the effects that each has upon the other will be examined in this
document.
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Graphical Launch Screen (GLS)
The first ROMSmarts component, GLS, displays a graphical screen to the user
early in the boot process, as the first image displayed on the screen. This display
remains on the screen throughout the normal BIOS initialization phase called
POST.
The GLS component will replace the old text-based POST with a full graphical
screen. The screen will display PC metrics such as CPU vendor, model and speed,
memory and hard disk size.
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Chapter 4
4-1
BIOS Setup
Award® BIOS CMOS Setup
The menu displays all the major selection items and allows user to select any of
the shown item. The selection is made by moving cursor (press any direction key)
to the item and press <Enter> key. An on-line help message is displayed at the
bottom of the screen as cursor is moved to various items which provide user better
understanding of each function. When a selection is made, the menu of the
selected item will appear. So the user can modify associated configuration
parameters.
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4-1-1 Standard CMOS Features
The ”Standard CMOS Features” allows user to configure system setting such as
current date and time, type of hard disk drive installed in the system, floppy
drive type, and the type of display monitor. Memory size is auto detected by
the BIOS and displayed for your reference. When a field is highlighted (direction
keys to move cursor and <Enter> key to select). The entries in the field will be
changed by pressing <PageDown> or <PageUp> key or user can enter new data
directly from the keyboard.
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Hard Disk Configurations
1.IDE HDD Auto-Detection : press this item to Auto Detect the HDD type.
2.IDE Primary Master : select “AUTO” to detect the mode type
automatically. Select “NORMAL” users have to
redefine the following 4-8 items according to HDD.
“NONE” means this item disabled.
3.ACCESS MODE
: select "AUTO" to detect the mode type
automatically. If your hard disk supports the LBA
mode, select "LBA" or "LARGE". However, if
your hard disk cylinder is more than 1024 and does
not support the LBA function, you have to set at
"LARGE.” Select "CHS” for user type. CHS
(Cylinder Head Sector) is for old type HDD.
4. CYLS
: the cylinder number of the hard disk.
5. HEAD : the read/write head number of hard disk. The range is from "1"
to "16".
6.PRECOMP: the cylinder number at which the disk drive changes the write
timing.
7.LANDING ZONE : the cylinder number that the disk drive heads
(read/write) are seated when the disk drive is parked.
8.SECTOR : the sector number of each track defined on the hard disk. The
range is from "1" to "64".
Note 1: if hard disk’s primary master/slave and secondary master/slave were
set to “auto”, the hard disk size and model will be auto detected on display
during POST.
Note 2: "halt on" is to determine when to halt the system by the BIOS if error
occurred during POST.
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4-1-2 Advanced BIOS Features
Menu below shows all of the manufacturer's default values of this main board.
Move the cursor by pressing <PageDown>/- or <PageUp>/+ key to modify the
parameters, press [F1] key to display help message of the selected item. This setup
program also provide 2 convenient ways to load the default parameter data from
BIOS [F6] and [F7] area if shown data is corrupted. This provides the system a
capability to recover from any possible error.
Virus Warning
:Enabled
:Disabled (default)
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CPU Internal Cache
Enabled : enable L1 cache (default)
Disabled: disable L1 cache
External Cache
Enabled (default): enable L2 cache
Disabled: disable L2 cache
CPU L2 Cache ECC Checking
Enabled (default): enable L2 cache ECC checking
Disabled: disable L2 cache ECC checking
Processor Number Feature
:Enabled (default)
:Disabled
Quick Power On Self Test
This category speeds up power on self test.
Enabled : BIOS will shorten or skip some check items.
Disabled(default) : normal speed
First Boot Device
This category determines which drive the system searches first. System will
search in turn for floppy disk drive; second is hard disk drive, and finally Floppy
drive. Default value is “FLOPPY”. Options are as below:
FLOPPY; LS120; ZIP100; HDD-0; SCSI; CDROM; HDD-1; HDD-2;
HDD-3; LAN; Disable
Second Boot Device
This category determines which drive the system searches first. System will
search in turn for floppy disk drive; second is hard disk drive, and finally Floppy
drive. Default value is “HDD-0”. Options are as below:
FLOPPY; LS120; ZIP100; HDD-0; SCSI; CDROM; HDD-1; HDD-2;
HDD-3; LAN; Disable
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Third Boot Device
This category determines which drive the system searches first. System will
search in turn for floppy disk drive; second is hard disk drive, and finally Floppy
drive. Default value is “LS120”. Options are as below:
LS120; HDD-0; SCSI; CDROM; HDD-1; HDD-2; HDD-3; ZIP100; LAN;
Disabled; Floppy
Boot Other Device
:Enabled (default)
:Disabled
Swap Floppy Drive
Enabled: floppy A&B will be swapped.
Disabled(default): floppy A&B will not be swapped.
Boot Up Floppy Seek
BIOS will determine if the floppy disk drive is 40 or 80 tracks. 360k type is 40
tracks while 720K/ 1.2M and 1.44M are all 80 tracks. Default value is Enabled.
Boot Up Numlock Status
:On (default)
:Off
Gate A20 Option
:Normal
:Fast (default)
Typematic Rate Setting
This determines the typematic rate.
Enabled: enable typematic rate and typematic delay programming.
Disabled(default) : disable typematic rate and typematic delay programming. The
system BIOS will use default value of this 2 items and the default is controlled by
keyboard.
Typematic Rate(Chars/Sec)
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6
8
10
12
15
20
24
30
: 6 Characters Per Second (default)
: 8 Characters Per Second
:10 Characters Per Second
: 12 Characters Per Second
: 15 Characters Per Second
: 20 Characters Per Second
: 24 Characters Per Second
: 30 Characters Per Second
Typematic Delay (Msec)
This is the interval between the first and second character displayed.
250
: 250 msec (default)
500
: 500 msec
750
: 750 msec
1000 :1000 msec
Security Option
Item
Function
Note
Setup (default) Security protection After setting password in BIOS CMOS
in CMOS setup “Supervisor
Password”
or
User
menu
Password,” it protects BIOS CMOS setup.
System
Security protection This function secures the system under
in system boot-up system boot-up and BIOS setup after setting
& BIOS setup
password.
OS Select For DRAM> 64MB
This option is especially set for OS2 operating system. Set “Non-OS2” for RAM
memory over 64MB and set “Non-OS2” for other operating systems like
Windows® 95/98 or NT.
:Non-OS2 (default)
:OS2
Report No FDD For WIN 95
:No (default)
:Yes
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SDRAM CAS Latency Time
:2
: 3 (default)
SDRAM Cycle Time Tras/Trc
: 6/8 (default)
: 5/7
SDRAM RAS-to-CAS Delay
:2
:3 (default)
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SDRAM RAS Precharge Time
SDRAM precharge time by RAS
:2
: 3 (default)
System BIOS Cacheable
It defines whether system BIOS area cacheable or not.
:Enabled
:Disabled (default)
Video BIOS Cacheable
It defines whether video BIOS area cacheable or not.
:Enabled
:Disabled (default)
Memory Hole at 15M-16M: this field enables a memory hole in main memory
space. CPU cycles matching an enabled hold are passed on to PCI note that a
selection can not be changed while the L2 cache is enabled.
:Enabled
:Disabled (default)
CPU Latency Timer
:Enabled (default)
:Disabled
Delayed Transaction
:Enabled (default)
:Disabled
On-Chip Video Window Size
: 64MB (default)
: 32MB
: Disabled
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AGP Graphics Aperture Size
: 64MB (default)
: 32MB
Display Cache Frequency
: 100MHz (default)
: 133MHz
System Memory Frequency
: Auto (default)
: 100MHz
: 133MHz
Onboard Display Cache Setting
CAS# Latency
:3 (default)
:2
Paging Mode Control
:Open (default)
:Close
RAS-to-CAS Override
:by CAS # LT(default)
:Override(2)
RAS# Timing
:Fast (default)
:Slow
RAS# Precharge Timing
:Fast (default)
:Slow
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4-1-4 Integrated Peripherals
OnChip Primary PCI IDE
:Enabled (default)
:Disabled
OnChip Secondary PCI IDE
:Enabled (default)
:Disabled
IDE Primary Master PIO
This feature detects your primary master hard disk device.
:Auto (default)
:Mode 0,1,2,3,4
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IDE Primary Slave PIO
This feature detects your primary master hard disk device.
:Auto (default)
:Mode 0,1,2,3,4
IDE Secondary Master PIO
This feature detects your secondary master hard disk device.
:Auto (default)
:Mode 0,1,2,3,4
IDE Secondary Slave PIO
This feature detects your secondary master hard disk device.
:Auto (default)
:Mode 0,1,2,3,4
IDE Primary Master UDMA
:Auto(default)
:Disabled
IDE Primary Slave UDMA
:Auto(default)
:Disabled
IDE Secondary Master UDMA
:Auto(default)
:Disabled
IDE Secondary Slave UDMA
:Auto(default)
:Disabled
USB Controller
:Enabled(default)
:Disabled
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USB Keyboard support
:Enabled
:Disabled(default)
Init Display First
:PCI Slot (default)
:Onboard/AGP
AC97 Audio
:Auto(default)
:Enabled
IDE HDD Block Mode
:Enabled(default)
:Disabled
POWER ON Function
:Any KEY (default)
:BUTTON ONLY
:Keyboard 98
:Password
:Hot KEY
:Mouse Move
:Mouse Click
Onboard FDC Controller
:Enabled (default)
:Disabled
Onboard Serial Port 1
:3F8/IRQ4 (default)
:2F8/IRQ3
:3E8/IRQ4
:2E8/IRQ3
:Auto
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:Disabled
Onboard Serial Port 2
:2F8/IRQ3 (default)
:3E8/IRQ4
:2E8/IRQ3
:Auto
:Disabled
:3F8/IRQ4
UART Mode Select
:Normal (default)
:IrDA
:ASKIR
:SCR
UR2 Duplex Mode
:Full
:Half (default)
Onboard Parallel Port
:378/IRQ7 (default)
:278/IRQ5
:3BC/IRQ7
:Disabled
Parallel Port Mode
: SPP (default)
: EPP
: ECP
: ECP + EPP
ECP Mode Use DMA
: 3 (default)
:1
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PWRON After PWR-Fail
:Off (default)
:On
:Former-Sts
Game Port Address
:201 (default)
:209
:Disabled
Midi Port Address
:300
:330
:Disabled (default)
Midi Port IRQ
:10 (default)
:5
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4-1-5 Power Management Setup
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
0
0
0
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When using the function of Suspend to RAM, please follow the below
procedures.
1. Choose “Power Management Setup” from the main menu, then press <Enter>.
2. Set the item of “ACPI Function” to “Enabled.”
3. Choose “S3(STR)” on “ACPI Suspend Type.”
4. Press <Esc> at anytime to return to the main menu.
5. Choose “Save & Exit Setup” then press <Enter>, type <Y> then press <Enter>.
6. Before installing Windows® 98, please key in below parameters:
[drive]:>setup /p j
If you had installed Windows®98 already, you have to update your system to
support ACPI. About updating information, please contact with Microsoft
technical support.
7. Setup Windows® 98, click “start” on the Windows® 98 screen, please move
cursor to “Settings”, then to click “Control Panel”.
8. On “Control Panel” screen, click “Power Management”.
9. Click “Advanced”, then choose “stand by” in “When I press the power button
on my computer”.
10.After completing above procedures, if you want to shut down system, please
ignore the procedure of shut down file, application software. To press power
button shut down system immediately or choose “stand by” on Windows® 98
system.
Note : If you want to start system, please press power button then your preserve
properties will appear within 8 second. But if you had set “keyboard
password” on “KB Power On Password”, you have to start system by
keying password.
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ACPI Function
:Enabled (default)
:Disabled
ACPI Suspend Type
:S3(STR)
:S1(POS) (default)
Power Management
:User Define(default) --- users can configure their own power management
:Min Saving
:Max Saving
Video Off Method
:DPMS (default)
:Blank Screen
:V/H Sync+Blank
Video Off In Suspend
:Yes (default)
:No
Suspend Type
:Stop Grant (default)
:PwrOn Suspend
MODEM Use IRQ
:3 (default)
:4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, NA
Suspend mode
:Disabled(default), 1min, 2 min, 4 min, 8 min, 12 min, 20 min, 30 min, 40 min,
1 Hour
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HDD Power Down
:Disabled(default), 1 min --- 15 min
Soft-Off by PWR-BTN
:Instant-Off (default)
:Delay 4 Sec.
Wake-Up by PCI card
:Enabled
:Disabled (default)
Please set “Wake-up by PCI card” function to “Enabled” mode whenever you
use “Power On by Ring” or “Wake-up by PCI card” functions.
USB KB Wake-Up From S3
:Enabled
:Disabled (default)
Resume by Alarm
:Enabled
:Disabled (default)
Primary IDE 0
:Enabled
:Disabled (default)
Primary IDE 1
:Enabled
:Disabled (default)
Secondary IDE 0
:Enabled
:Disabled (default)
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Secondary IDE 1
:Enabled
:Disabled (default)
FDD, COM, LPT Port
:Enabled
:Disabled (default)
PCI PIRQ[A-D]#
:Enabled
:Disabled (default)
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4-1-6 PnP / PCI Configuration Setup
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Reset Configuration Data
:Disabled(default)
:Enabled--- to reset “Extended System Configuration Data(ESCD) when you
exit setup if you have installed a new add-on card and the system reconfiguration
has caused such a serious conflict that the operating system can not boot up.
Resources Controlled By
:Manual
The table will show the below items: “Reset Configuration Data, IRQ-3
assigned to.” The user can adjust the shown items as required.
:Auto(ESCD) (default)
The table will not show the above items, and the system will automatically assign
the above setup.
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
:Disabled (default)
:Enabled
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4-1-7 PC Health Status
Shutdown Temperature
: 60°C/140°F (default)
: 65°C/149°F ; 70°C/158°F ; 75°C/167°F
Current CPU Temperature, Current CPU Fan1 Speed/Fan2 Speed/Fan3 Speed
/Current Voltage 0 - Voltage 7:
System will automatically detect the above items and show the status.
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4-1-8 Frequency/Voltage Control
Auto Detect DIMM/PCI Clk
: Enabled (default)
: Disabled
Spread Spectrum
: Enabled
: Disabled (default)
This selection is reserved for manufacturers to pass CE test only not available for users.
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4-1-9 Load Fail-Safe Defaults
"Load Fail-Safe Defaults" loads optimized settings which are stored in the BIOS
ROM. The auto-configured settings only affect “BIOS Features Setup” and
“Chipset Features Setup” screens. There is no effect on the standard CMOS
setup. To use this feature, highlight it on the main screen and press the <Enter>
key. A line will appear on screen asking if you want to load the setup default
values. Press the <Y> key and then press the <Enter> key. The setup defaults will
then load. If not, enter <N>.
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4-1-10 Load Optimized Defaults
"Load Optimized Defaults" loads optimized settings which are stored in the
BIOS ROM. The auto-configured settings only affect “BIOS Features Setup”
and “Chipset Features Setup” screens. There is no effect on the standard CMOS
setup. To use this feature, highlight it on the main screen and press the <Enter>
key. A line will appear on screen asking if you want to load the setup default
values. Press the <Y> key and then press the <Enter> key. The setup defaults will
then load. If not, enter <N>.
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4-1-11 Supervisor/User Password
The "Supervisor/User Password setting" utility sets the security protection.
There are two kinds of password functions in the setup menu : one is “Supervisor
Password,” and the other is “User Password.” Their difference is:
Supervisor Password: this function allows you the right to change the options of
setup menu.
User Password: this function only allows you to enter the setup menu but not to
change the options of the setup menu except “USER PASSWORD,” “SAVE &
EXIT SETUP,” and “EXIT WITHOUT SAVING.”
1. How to set “Supervisor Password” & “User Password”
The setup of “Supervisor Password” and “User Password” has the same steps.
Step 1: Enter Password --Press <Enter> after appointing the password.
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Step 2: Confirm Password
Type the password again and press <Enter>.
If you forget password, please clear CMOS.
(refer to jumper RTC1)
Step 3: Set “Security Option” in “BIOS Features Setup”
After setting password, enter “Security Option” in “BIOS Features Setup.”
There are 2 options “Setup” & “System.” “Setup” will only secure CMOS setup
through password. “System” is to secure PC sytem and password is required
during system boot-up in addition to CMOS setup.
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2.
How to Disable “Supervisor Password” & “User Password”
Step 1: Go to CMOS Setup Menu (need to key in password first)
Step 2: Enter “Supervisor Password” or “User Password”
When it shows “Enter Password.” Press the <Enter> key instead of entering a
new password when "ENTER PASSWORD" appears. It will inform
“PASSWORD DISABLED PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE.” Thus, press
any key as instructed to disable the password.
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4-1-12 Save & Exit Setup
The "Save & Exit Setup" option will bring you back to boot up procedure with
all the changes you have made which are recorded in the CMOS RAM.
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4-1-13 Quit Without Saving
The "Quit Without Saving" option will bring you back to normal boot up
procedure without saving any data into CMOS RAM. All of the old data in the
CMOS will not be destroyed.
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Chapter 5
5-1
Appendix
Memory Map
Address range
00000-7FFFF
80000-9FBFF
9FC00-9FFFF
Size
512K
127K
1K
A0000-C7FFF
C8000-DFFFF
160K
96K
E0000-EEFFF
EF000-EFFFF
60K
4K
F0000-F7FFF
F8000-FCFFF
FD000-FDFFF
FE000-FFFFF
32K
20K
4K
8K
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Description
Conventional memory
Extended conventional memory
Extended BIOS data area if PS/2 mouse is
installed
Available for hi DOS memory
Available for hi DOS memory and adapter
ROMs
Available for UMB
Video service routine for monochrome &
CGA adapter
BIOS CMOS setup utility
BIOS runtime service routine (2)
Plug and play escd data area
BIOS runtime service routine (1)
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5-2
I/O Map
000-01F
020-021
022-023
040-05F
060-06F
070-07F
080-09F
0A0-0BF
0C0-0DF
0F0-0FF
1F0-1FB
278-27F
2B0-2DF
2F8-2FF
360-36F
378-37F
3B0-3BF
3C0-3CF
3D0-CDF
3F0-3F7
3F8-3FF
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DMA controller (master)
Interrupt controller (master)
Chipset control registers. I/O ports
Timer control registers
Keyboard interface controller (8042)
RTC ports & CMOS I/O ports
DMA register
Interrupt controller (slave)
DMA controller (slave)
Math coprocessor
Hard disk controller
Parallel port 2
Graphics adapter controller
Serial port 2
Network ports
Parallel port 1
Monochrome & parallel port adapter
EGA adapter
CGA adapter
Floppy disk controller
Serial port-1
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5-3
Time & DMA Channels Map
Time map:
Timer channel 0 system timer interrupt
Timer channel 1 DRAM refresh request
Timer channel 2 speaker tone generator
Dma channels:
DMA channel 0 available
DMA channel 1 onboard ECP (option)
DMA channel 2 floppy disk (ITE chip)
DMA channel 3 onboard ECP (default)
DMA channel 4 cascade for DMA controller 1
DMA channel 5 available
DMA channel 6 available
DMA channel 7 available
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5-4
A.
Interrupt Map
NMI: non-maskable interrupt
B. IRQ(H/W):
0
system timer interrupt from timer 0
1. 1 keyboard output buffer full
2. cascade for IRQ 8-15
3. serial port2
4. serial port1
5. parallel port 2
6. floppy disk (ITE chip)
7. parallel port 1
8. RTC clock
9. available
10. available
11. available
12. PS/2 mouse
13. math coprocessor
14. onboard hard disk (IDE1) channel
15. onboard hard disk (IDE2) channel
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5-5
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19-2D
2E-2F
30
31
33
34-3F
40-7F
RTC & CMOS RAM Map
Seconds
Seconds Alarm
Minutes
Minutes Alarm
Hours
Hours Alarm
Day of Week
Day of Month
Month
Year
Status Register A
Status Register B
Status Register C
Status Register D
Diagnostic Status Byte
Shutdown Byte
Floppy Disk Type Drive Type Byte
Hard Disk Type Byte
Reserved
Equipment Type
Base Memory Low Byte
Base Memory High Byte
Extension Memory Low Byte
Extension Memory High Byte
Reserved for Extension Memory Low Byte
Reserved for Extension Memory High Byte
Information Flag
Reserved
Reserved for Chipset Setting Data
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5-6
Award BIOS Hard Disk Type
Type
Cylinder
Heads
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
306
615
615
940
940
615
462
733
900
820
855
855
306
733
612
977
977
1024
733
733
733
306
977
1024
1224
4
4
6
8
6
4
8
5
15
3
5
7
8
7
4
5
7
7
5
7
5
4
5
9
7
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Pre-comp
128
300
300
512
512
65535
256
65535
65535
65535
65535
65535
128
65535
0
300
65535
512
300
300
300
0
0
65535
65535
68
Landing
Zone
305
615
615
940
940
615
511
733
901
820
855
855
319
733
663
977
977
1023
732
732
733
336
925
925
754
Sectors
Size
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
10MB
21MB
32MB
65MB
49MB
21MB
32MB
31MB
117MB
21MB
37MB
52MB
21MB
44MB
21MB
42MB
59MB
62MB
31MB
44MB
31MB
10MB
42MB
80MB
74MB
Type
Cylinder
Heads
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
1224
1224
1024
1024
918
925
1024
1024
1024
1024
1024
1024
918
820
1024
1024
809
809
776
AUTO
USER’S
11
15
8
11
11
9
10
12
13
14
2
16
15
6
5
8
6
9
8
0
TYPE
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Pre-comp
65535
65535
65535
65535
65535
65535
65535
65535
65535
65535
65535
65535
65535
65535
65535
65535
65535
65535
65535
0
69
Landing
Zone
754
699
823
1023
1023
926
1023
1023
1023
1023
1023
1023
1023
820
1023
1023
852
852
775
0
Sectors
Size
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
0
117MB
159MB
71MB
98MB
87MB
72MB
89MB
106MB
115MB
124MB
17MB
142MB
119MB
42MB
44MB
68MB
42MB
64MB
104MB
5-7
ISA I/O Address Map
I/O Address (HEX)
I/O device
000 - 01F
020 - 03F
040 - 05F
060 - 06F
070 - 07F
080 - 09F
0A0 - 0BF
0C0 - 0DF
0F0 - 0FF
1F0 - 1F8
200 - 207
20C - 20D
21F
278 - 27F
2B0 - 2DF
2E1
2E2 - 2E3
2F8 - 2FF
300 - 31F
360 - 363
364 - 367
368 - 36B
36C - 36F
378 - 37F
DMA Controller 1, 8237A-5
Interrupt Controller 1, 8259A
System Timer, 8254-2
8042 Keyboard Controller
real-time Clock/CMOS and NMI Mask
DMA Page Register, 74LS612
Interrupt Controller 2, 8259A
DMA Controller 2, 8237A-5
i486 Math Coprocessor
Fixed Disk Drive Adapter
Game I/O
Reserved
Reserved
Parallel Printer Port 2
Alternate Enhanced Graphic Adapter
GPIB Adapter 0
Data Acquisition Adapter 0
Serial Port 2 (RS-232-C)
Prototype Card
PC Network (Low Address)
Reserved
PC Network (High Address)
Reserved
Parallel Printer Port 1
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I/O Address (HEX)
I/O device
380 - 38F
390 - 393
3A0 - 3AF
3B0 - 3BF
3C0 - 3CF
3D0 - 3DF
3F0 - 3F7
3F8 - 3FF
6E2 - 6E3
790 - 793
AE2 - AE3
B90 - B93
EE2 - EE3
1390 - 1393
22E1
2390 - 2393
42E1
62E1
82E1
A2E1
C2E1
E2E1
SDLC, Bisynchronous 2
Cluster
Bisynchronous 1
Monochrome Display and Printer Adapter
Enhanced Graphics Adapter
Color/Graphics Monitor Adapter
Diskette Drive Controller
Serial Port 1 (RS-232-C)
Data Acquisition Adapter 1
Cluster Adapter 1
Data Acquisition Adapter 2
Cluster Adapter 2
Data Acquisition Adapter 3
Cluster Adapter 3
GPIB Adapter 1
Cluster Adapter 4
GPIB Adapter 2
GPIB Adapter 3
GPIB Adapter 4
GPIB Adapter 5
GPIB Adapter 6
GPIB Adapter 7
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Chapter 6
Q&A
6-1 Error Messages During Power on Self Test
During power on self test (post), BIOS will automatically detect the system
devices. Below are the questions that users most often ask. The user may press
“Esc” key to skip the full memory test.
1.
Beep sound
While power on, the system makes beep sound to offer different messages. If the
system is configured correctly, it prompts a short beep to show device
configuration is done correctly. When VGA card and DIMM modules are not
plugged well, the system makes longer and constant beep sounds.
2.
BIOS ROM checksum error
It indicates the checksum of the BIOS code is not right and system will always
halt on power on screen. Contact the dealer to exchange a new BIOS.
3.
CMOS battery fail
It indicates the CMOS battery does not work. Contact the dealer to exchange a
new battery.
4.
CMOS checksum error
It indicates the CMOS checksum is incorrect. Load the default values in BIOS to
solve this problem. This error may result from weak BIOS, so replace new BIOS
if necessary.
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5.
Hard disk initiation
Please wait a moment…
Some hard drives require more time to initiate.
6.
Hard disk install failure
The system can not find or initiate the hard drive controller or the drive. Check if
the controller is set correctly. If no hard disk is installed, “Hard drive selection”
must be set to “none.”
7.
Keyboard error or no keyboard present
This means the system can not initialize the keyboard. Check if the keyboard is
plugged well and be sure no keys are pressed during POST.
8.
Keyboard is lock out - Unlock the key
When this message comes out, check if there is anything mis-placed on the
keyboard. Be sure nothing touches the keys.
9.
Memory test fails
There will be more information to specify the type and location of the memory
error.
10
Primary master hard disk fail
The BIOS finds an error in the primary master hard disk drive.
11
Primary slave hard disk fail
The BIOS finds an error in the primary slave hard disk drive.
12
Secondary master hard disk fail
The BIOS finds an error in the secondary slave master hard disk drive.
13
Secondary slave hard disk fail
The BIOS finds an error in the secondary slave IDE hard disk drive.
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