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CS65-SU
rev. B+
Clear CMOS Data - JP2
1-2 On: Normal (default)
2-3 On: Clear CMOS Data
If you forgot the supervisor/user
password or the CPU’s clock/ratio
was incorrectly set in the BIOS, clear
the CMOS data by setting this
jumper to 2-3 On. Make sure to
power-off the system prior to clearing the CMOS data.
Wake-On-Keyboard/Mouse - JP5
1-2 On: Disabled (default)
2-3 On: Enabled
By default, JP5 is disabled. Make
sure “Keyboard/Mouse Power On” in
the Integrated Peripherals submenu is
also disabled. If JP5 was previously
enabled with a password set in the
“KB Power On Password” field, and
now you wish to disable the password, make sure to set the “Keyboard/Mouse Power On” field to
Disabled prior to setting JP5 to disabled. You will not be able to boot
up the system if you fail to do so.
CPU FSB Select - JP9 and JP10
JP10
CPU/DIMM
JP9
Auto*
1-2 On 1-2 On
66/100MHz 2-3 On 2-3 On
100/100MHz All Off 2-3 On
133/100MHz All Off All Off
133/133MHz 2-3 On All Off
“*” denotes default setting
Boot Block Lock/Unlock - JP6
(For factory use only)
1-2 On: Unlock boot block
(default)
2-3 On: Lock boot block
Onboard PCI Audio (ES1373) Select - JP15
1-2 On: Enable the onboard PCI audio (default); 2-3 On: Disable the onboard PCI audio
Wake-On-USB Keyboard - JP12: 1-2 On: Disabled (default); 2-3 On: Enabled
System’s Beep Message Output Select - JP8
1-2 On: The system’s beep message will come from the external speaker that is connected to the Line-out jack.
2-3 On: The system’s beep message will come from the PC’s speaker. (default)
3.3VSB Standby for PCI - J18
On: Provides 3.3VSB standby power to the PCI slots. (default)
Off: For PCI modem cards that does not comply to PCI 2.2 specification.
LEDs: The DIMM Standby Power LED will turn red when the system’s power is on or when it is in the
Suspend state (Power On Suspend or Suspend to RAM). It will not light when the system is in the Soft-Off
state. The PCI Standby Power LED will turn red when the system is in the power-on, Soft-Off or Suspend
(Power On Suspend or Suspend to RAM) state. Lighted LEDs serve as a reminder that you must power-off
the system then turn off the power supply’s switch or unplug the power cord prior to installing any DIM
modules or add-in cards.
Important:
• If you are using the (1) Wake-On-KB/Mouse, (2) Wake-On-LAN and/or (3) Wake-On-Ring (internal modem)
functions, the 5VSB power source of your power supply must support ≥720mA.
• If you are using the Suspend to RAM function, the 5VSB power source of your power supply must support
≥1A.
• If you are using the Wake-On-USB Keyboard function, the 5VSB power source of your power supply must
support ≥1.5A.
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