KINO-LX User Manual
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REVISION HISTORY
Title
KINO-LX Motherboard
Revision Number
Description
Date of Issue
1.0
Initial release
November 2006
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Table of Contents
1
INTRODUCTION................................................................................................... 15
1.1 KINO-LX MOTHERBOARD OVERVIEW .................................................................... 16
1.1.1 KINO-LX Applications..................................................................................... 16
1.1.2 KINO-LX Benefits ............................................................................................ 16
1.1.3 KINO-LX Features ........................................................................................... 16
1.2 KINO-LX OVERVIEW .............................................................................................. 17
1.2.1 KINO-LX Connectors....................................................................................... 17
1.2.2 Technical Specifications................................................................................... 19
2
DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................... 21
2.1 CPU SUPPORT.......................................................................................................... 22
2.2 SYSTEM CHIPSET ..................................................................................................... 22
2.2.1 Data Flow ........................................................................................................ 24
2.3 GRAPHICS SUPPORT ................................................................................................. 25
2.4 MEMORY SUPPORT ................................................................................................... 26
2.5 SUPER I/O ................................................................................................................ 26
2.6 ETHERNET CONTROLLER ......................................................................................... 29
2.7 DRIVE INTERFACES .................................................................................................. 30
2.7.1 SATA Drive Interface ....................................................................................... 30
2.7.2 IDE HDD Interface.......................................................................................... 31
2.7.3 Floppy Disk Drive (FDD) Interface ................................................................ 31
2.8 SERIAL PORTS .......................................................................................................... 31
2.9 AUDIO CODEC .......................................................................................................... 31
2.10 REAL TIME CLOCK ................................................................................................. 33
2.11 SYSTEM MONITORING ............................................................................................ 33
2.12 BIOS ..................................................................................................................... 33
2.13 OPERATING TEMPERATURE AND TEMPERATURE CONTROL ..................................... 33
2.14 POWER CONSUMPTION ........................................................................................... 34
2.15 PXE: PRE-BOOT EXECUTION ENVIRONMENT ........................................................ 34
2.16 PACKAGED CONTENTS AND OPTIONAL ACCESSORY ITEMS ..................................... 35
2.16.1 Package Contents........................................................................................... 35
2.16.2 Optional Accessory Items............................................................................... 35
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CONNECTORS AND JUMPERS ......................................................................... 37
3.1 PERIPHERAL INTERFACE CONNECTORS .................................................................... 38
3.1.1 KINO-LX Layout.............................................................................................. 38
3.1.2 Peripheral Interface Connectors ..................................................................... 38
3.1.3 External Peripheral Interface Connectors....................................................... 40
3.1.4 On-board Jumpers ........................................................................................... 40
3.2 INTERNAL PERIPHERAL CONNECTORS ...................................................................... 41
3.2.1 AT/ATX Power Connector................................................................................ 41
3.2.2 CD-IN Connector............................................................................................. 43
3.2.3 5V Fan Connector............................................................................................ 44
3.2.4 12V Fan Connector.......................................................................................... 45
3.2.5 Floppy Disk Connector .................................................................................... 46
3.2.6 Front Panel Connector .................................................................................... 47
3.2.7 GPIO Connector .............................................................................................. 49
3.2.8 IDE Connectors ............................................................................................... 50
3.2.9 Inverter Power Connector ............................................................................... 53
3.2.10 Keyboard/Mouse Connector .......................................................................... 54
3.2.11 LCD LVDS Connector.................................................................................... 55
3.2.12 LCD TTL Connector ...................................................................................... 57
3.2.13 PCI Slot.......................................................................................................... 58
3.2.14 RS-232/422/485 Serial Port Connector ......................................................... 62
3.2.15 RS-232 COM Serial Port Connector ............................................................. 63
3.2.16 SATA Drive Connectors ................................................................................. 64
3.3 EXTERNAL PERIPHERAL INTERFACE CONNECTOR PANEL ......................................... 65
3.3.1 Keyboard/Mouse Connector ............................................................................ 66
3.3.2 Serial Port Connector ...................................................................................... 67
3.3.3 Parallel Port Connector .................................................................................. 68
3.3.4 VGA connector ................................................................................................. 69
3.3.5 LAN Connectors............................................................................................... 70
3.3.6 USB Connectors............................................................................................... 71
3.3.7 Audio Connector .............................................................................................. 72
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INSTALLATION .................................................................................................... 73
4.1 ANTI-STATIC PRECAUTIONS ...................................................................................... 74
4.2 INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS ............................................................................. 74
4.2.1 Installation Notices .......................................................................................... 74
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4.3 UNPACKING.............................................................................................................. 75
4.3.1 Unpacking Precautions.................................................................................... 75
4.3.2 Checklist........................................................................................................... 76
4.4 KINO-LX MOTHERBOARD INSTALLATION .............................................................. 76
4.4.1 Preinstalled Components ................................................................................. 77
4.4.2 Components to Install ...................................................................................... 77
4.4.3 DIMM Module Installation .............................................................................. 77
4.4.3.1 Purchasing the Memory Module............................................................... 77
4.4.3.2 DIMM Module Installation....................................................................... 77
4.5 PERIPHERAL DEVICE CONNECTION .......................................................................... 78
4.5.1 IDE Disk Drive Connectors (CN29 Primary, CN28 Secondary)..................... 79
4.5.2 COM3-COM6 RS-232 Serial Port Installation................................................ 80
4.5.3 COM2 RS-232/485 Serial Port Installation..................................................... 80
4.5.4 LCD Backlight Installation .............................................................................. 81
4.5.5 Power Connection............................................................................................ 81
4.5.6 LVDS LCD Installation.................................................................................... 81
4.5.7 TTL LCD Installation....................................................................................... 81
4.6 JUMPER SETTINGS .................................................................................................... 82
4.6.1 Clear CMOS Jumper........................................................................................ 83
4.6.2 LCD Voltage Select Jumper ............................................................................. 84
4.6.3 COM2 RS-232/422/485 Select ......................................................................... 85
4.6.4 COM1/2 RI and Voltage Select Jumper ........................................................... 85
4.6.5 LCD Clock Jumper .......................................................................................... 86
4.6.6 AT/ATX Power Mode Select Jumper ................................................................ 86
4.7 CHASSIS INSTALLATION ........................................................................................... 87
4.8 REAR PANEL CONNECTORS ...................................................................................... 87
4.8.1 Keyboard and Mouse Connection.................................................................... 87
4.8.2 Serial Connection............................................................................................. 88
4.8.3 Parallel Connector........................................................................................... 88
4.8.4 LCD Panel Connection .................................................................................... 88
4.8.5 Ethernet Connection ........................................................................................ 88
4.8.6 USB Connection............................................................................................... 88
4.8.7 Audio Interface................................................................................................. 88
5
BIOS SETTINGS .................................................................................................... 89
5.1 INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................ 90
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5.1.1 Starting Setup................................................................................................... 90
5.1.2 Using Setup ...................................................................................................... 91
5.1.3 Getting Help..................................................................................................... 91
5.1.4 Unable to Reboot After Configuration Changes.............................................. 92
5.1.5 Main BIOS Menu ............................................................................................. 92
5.2 STANDARD CMOS FEATURES .................................................................................. 94
5.2.1 IDE Primary Master/Slave .............................................................................. 97
5.3 ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES .................................................................................. 100
5.4 ADVANCED CHIPSET FEATURES .............................................................................. 107
5.4.1 Flat Panel Configuration............................................................................... 109
5.5 INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS .....................................................................................113
5.6 POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP .................................................................................119
5.7 PNP/PCI CONFIGURATIONS ................................................................................... 122
5.8 PC HEALTH STATUS ............................................................................................... 126
6
DRIVER INSTALLATION.................................................................................. 129
6.1 AVAILABLE SOFTWARE DRIVERS ............................................................................ 130
6.2 VGA DRIVER ......................................................................................................... 133
6.3 AUDIO DRIVER INSTALLATION ............................................................................... 142
6.4 LAN DRIVER ......................................................................................................... 147
6.5 SATA/RAID DRIVER............................................................................................. 150
6.6 ISA DRIVER ........................................................................................................... 156
A
BIOS MENU OPTIONS....................................................................................... 163
A.1 BIOS CONFIGURATION OPTIONS........................................................................... 164
B
WATCHDOG TIMER .......................................................................................... 167
C
ADDRESS MAPPING.......................................................................................... 171
C.1 IO ADDRESS MAP ................................................................................................. 172
C.2 1ST MB MEMORY ADDRESS MAP ......................................................................... 172
C.3 IRQ MAPPING TABLE ............................................................................................ 173
C.4 DMA CHANNEL ASSIGNMENTS ............................................................................. 173
D
EXTERNAL AC’97 AUDIO CODEC ................................................................. 175
D.1 INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................... 176
D.1.1 Accessing the AC’97 CODEC ....................................................................... 176
D.1.2 Driver Installation......................................................................................... 176
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D.2 SOUND EFFECT CONFIGURATION........................................................................... 177
D.2.1 Accessing the Sound Effects Manager .......................................................... 177
D.2.2 Sound Effect Manager Configuration Options ............................................. 178
E
ALI® RAID FOR SATA........................................................................................ 181
E.1 INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................... 182
E.1.1 Precautions .................................................................................................... 182
E.2 FEATURES AND BENEFITS ...................................................................................... 183
E.3 ACCESSING THE ALI RAID UTILITY...................................................................... 183
E.4 RAID OPTIONS: .................................................................................................... 185
E.4.1 Create RAID 0 Striping for Performance ...................................................... 185
E.4.2 Create RAID 1 Mirroring for Reliability....................................................... 188
E.4.3 Create JBOD for Integrated Capacity........................................................... 190
E.4.4 Stripe Size ...................................................................................................... 191
E.4.5 Delete RAID Setting & Partition................................................................... 191
E.4.6 Delete All RAID Setting & Partition ............................................................. 192
E.4.7 Rebuild RAID Array ...................................................................................... 192
E.4.8 Select Boot Drive........................................................................................... 193
INDEX............................................................................................................................ 195
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List of Figures
Figure 1-1: KINO-LX Overview ...................................................................................17
Figure 2-1: Data Flow Block Diagram........................................................................24
Figure 2-2: PXE: Pre-Boot Execution Environment.................................................34
Figure 3-1: Connector and Jumper Locations .........................................................38
Figure 3-2: AT/ATX Power Connector Pinouts.........................................................41
Figure 3-3: CD-IN Connector Pinout Locations .......................................................43
Figure 3-4: 5V Fan Connector Pinout Locations......................................................44
Figure 3-5: Fan Connector Pinout Locations ...........................................................45
Figure 3-6: FDD Pinout Locations .............................................................................46
Figure 3-7: Front Panel Connector Pinout Locations..............................................48
Figure 3-8: GPIO Connector Pinout Locations ........................................................49
Figure 3-9: IDE Device Connector Locations ...........................................................51
Figure 3-10: Inverter Connector Locations ..............................................................53
Figure 3-11: Keyboard/Mouse Connector Location.................................................54
Figure 3-12: LCD LVDS Connector Locations..........................................................55
Figure 3-13: LCD TTL Connector Locations.............................................................57
Figure 3-14: PCI Slot Location ...................................................................................59
Figure 3-15: RS-232/422/485 Serial Port Connector Pinout Locations ..................62
Figure 3-16: RS-232 Serial Port Connector Pinout Locations ................................63
Figure 3-17: SATA Drive Connector Pinout Locations............................................64
Figure 3-18: KINO-LX External Peripheral Interface Connector Panel ..................65
Figure 3-19: Keyboard/Mouse Connector Pinouts ..................................................66
Figure 3-20: Serial Port Connector............................................................................67
Figure 3-21 Parallel Port Connector Pinout Locations............................................68
Figure 3-22: VGA Connector ......................................................................................69
Figure 3-23: RJ-45Ethernet Connector .....................................................................70
Figure 3-24: Audio Connector....................................................................................72
Figure 4-1: DIMM Module Installation........................................................................78
Figure 4-2: Connection of IDE1 Connector ..............................................................79
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Figure 4-3: Jumper Locations....................................................................................83
Figure 6-1: AMD LX/GX CD Main Menu .................................................................. 131
Figure 6-2: AMD LX/GX CD Driver Menu................................................................ 132
Figure 6-3: Access Windows Control Panel.......................................................... 133
Figure 6-4: Double Click the System Icon ............................................................. 134
Figure 6-5: Double Click the Device Manager Tab................................................ 134
Figure 6-6: Device Manager List ............................................................................. 135
Figure 6-7: Expand the Display Adapters Category ............................................. 136
Figure 6-8: Update Driver ........................................................................................ 137
Figure 6-9: Upgrade Device Driver Wizard ............................................................ 138
Figure 6-10: Search for Suitable Driver.................................................................. 139
Figure 6-11: Locate Driver Files.............................................................................. 140
Figure 6-12: Location Browsing Window............................................................... 141
Figure 6-13: Access Windows Control Panel........................................................ 142
Figure 6-14: Double Click the System Icon ........................................................... 143
Figure 6-15: Double Click the Device Manager Tab.............................................. 143
Figure 6-16: Device Manager List ........................................................................... 144
Figure 6-17: Search for Suitable Driver.................................................................. 145
Figure 6-18: Locate Driver Files.............................................................................. 146
Figure 6-19: Location Browsing Window............................................................... 147
Figure 6-20: Locate the Setup Program Icon ........................................................ 147
Figure 6-21: Preparing Setup Screen ..................................................................... 148
Figure 6-22: Install Wizard Welcome Screen......................................................... 148
Figure 6-23: Installing Screen ................................................................................. 149
Figure 6-24: Restart the Computer ......................................................................... 150
Figure 6-25: Locate the Setup Program Icon ........................................................ 151
Figure 6-26: Preparing Setup Screen ..................................................................... 151
Figure 6-27: Install Wizard Welcome Screen......................................................... 152
Figure 6-28: Installing Screen ................................................................................. 153
Figure 6-29: RAID Driver Digital Signal.................................................................. 154
Figure 6-30: InstallShield Wizard Complete Screen ............................................. 155
Figure 6-31: Access Windows Control Panel........................................................ 156
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Figure 6-32: Double Click the System Icon ........................................................... 157
Figure 6-33: Double Click the Device Manager Tab.............................................. 157
Figure 6-34: Device Manager List ........................................................................... 158
Figure 6-35: Search for Suitable Driver.................................................................. 159
Figure 6-36: Locate Driver Files.............................................................................. 160
Figure 6-37: Location Browsing Window............................................................... 161
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List of Tables
Table 1-1: Technical Specifications ..........................................................................20
Table 2-1: Geode LX Graphics Processor Features ................................................26
Table 2-2: Power Consumption .................................................................................34
Table 3-1: Peripheral Interface Connectors..............................................................39
Table 3-2: Rear Panel Connectors.............................................................................40
Table 3-3: On-board Jumpers ....................................................................................40
Table 3-4: AT/ATX Power Connector Pinouts ..........................................................42
Table 3-5: CD-IN Connector Pinouts .........................................................................43
Table 3-6: 5V Fan Connector Pinouts .......................................................................44
Table 3-7: Fan Connector Pinouts.............................................................................45
Table 3-8: FDD Connector Pinouts............................................................................47
Table 3-9: Front Panel Connector Pinouts ...............................................................48
Table 3-10: GPIO Connector Pinouts ........................................................................49
Table 3-11: IDE Connector Pinouts ...........................................................................52
Table 3-12: Inverter Power Connector Pinouts ........................................................53
Table 3-13: Keyboard/Mouse Connector Pinouts ....................................................54
Table 3-14: LCD LVDS Connector Pinouts ...............................................................56
Table 3-15: LCD TTL Connector Pinouts ..................................................................58
Table 3-16: PCI Slot ....................................................................................................61
Table 3-17: RS-232/422/485 Serial Port Connector Pinouts....................................62
Table 3-18: RS-232 Serial Port Connector Pinouts..................................................64
Table 3-19: SATA Drive Connector Pinouts .............................................................65
Table 3-20: Keyboard/Mouse Connector Pinouts ....................................................66
Table 3-21: Serial Port Connector Pinouts ...............................................................67
Table 3-22: Parallel Port Pinouts ...............................................................................68
Table 3-23: VGA Connector Pinouts .........................................................................69
Table 3-24: LAN Pinouts.............................................................................................70
Table 3-25: RJ-45 Ethernet Connector LEDs............................................................71
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Table 3-26: USB Port Pinouts ....................................................................................71
Table 4-1: IEI Provided Cables...................................................................................79
Table 4-2: Jumpers ....................................................................................................82
Table 4-3: Clear CMOS Jumper Settings ..................................................................84
Table 4-4: LCD Voltage Setup Jumper Settings.......................................................84
Table 4-5: COM2 RS-232/422/485 Select Settings....................................................85
Table 4-6: COM2 Voltage Setup Jumper Settings....................................................86
Table 4-7: LCD Clock Jumper Settings .....................................................................86
Table 4-8: AT/ATX Power Mode Select Jumper Settings ........................................87
Table 5-1: BIOS Navigation Keys...............................................................................91
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List of BIOS Menus
BIOS Menu 1: AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility ........................................................92
BIOS Menu 2: Standard CMOS Features ..................................................................94
BIOS Menu 3: IDE Primary Master.............................................................................97
BIOS Menu 4: Advanced BIOS Features................................................................ 100
BIOS Menu 5: Advanced Chipset Features ........................................................... 107
BIOS Menu 6: Flat Panel Configuration ................................................................. 109
BIOS Menu 7: Integrated Peripherals..................................................................... 113
BIOS Menu 8: Power Management Setup .............................................................. 119
BIOS Menu 9: PnP/PCI Configurations .................................................................. 122
BIOS Menu 10: IRQ Resources ............................................................................... 123
BIOS Menu 11: Memory Resources........................................................................ 125
BIOS Menu 12: PC Health Status............................................................................ 126
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Glossary
AC ’97
Audio Codec 97
HDD
Hard Disk Drive
ACPI
Advanced Configuration and
IDE
Integrated Data Electronics
Power Interface
I/O
Input/Output
APM
Advanced Power Management
ICH4
I/O Controller Hub 4
ARMD
ATAPI Removable Media Device
L1 Cache Level 1 Cache
ASKIR
Shift Keyed Infrared
L2 Cache Level 2 Cache
ATA
Advanced Technology
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
Attachments
LPT
Parallel Port Connector
BIOS
Basic Input/Output System
LVDS
Low Voltage Differential Signaling
CFII
Compact Flash Type 2
MAC
Media Access Controller
CMOS
Complementary Metal Oxide
OS
Operating System
Semiconductor
PCI
Peripheral Connect Interface
CPU
Central Processing Unit
PIO
Programmed Input Output
Codec
Compressor/Decompressor
PnP
Plug and Play
COM
Serial Port
POST
Power On Self Test
DAC
Digital to Analog Converter
RAM
Random Access Memory
DDR
Double Data Rate
SATA
Serial ATA
DIMM
Dual Inline Memory Module
S.M.A.R.T Self Monitoring Analysis and
DIO
Digital Input/Output
DMA
Direct Memory Access
SPD
Serial Presence Detect
EIDE
Enhanced IDE
S/PDI
Sony/Philips Digital Interface
EIST
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep
SDRAM
Synchronous Dynamic Random
Reporting Technology
Access Memory
Technology
FDD
Floppy Disk Drive
SIR
Serial Infrared
FDC
Floppy Disk Connector
UART
Universal Asynchronous
FFIO
Flexible File Input/Output
FIFO
First In/First Out
USB
Universal Serial Bus
FSB
Front Side Bus
VGA
Video Graphics Adapter
IrDA
Infrared Data Association
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Chapter
1
1 Introduction
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1.1 KINO-LX Motherboard Overview
The mini-ITX form factor KINO-LX is fully equipped with advanced multi-mode I/Os. The
KINO-LX is designed for system manufacturers, integrators, and VARs that want
performance, reliability, and quality at a reasonable price. The KINO-LX is equipped with
an on-board low-power consumption and high performance AMD™ Geode™ LX 800
processor.
1.1.1 KINO-LX Applications
The KINO-LX is designed for applications in the following areas:
Industrial PC applications
Human Machine Interface (HMI) applications
Marine, GPS and transportation applications
Financial, retail and kiosk applications
1.1.2 KINO-LX Benefits
Some of the KINO-LX benefits include:
Low power, high performance
Multiple storage option integration including
o
o
o
40 Pin IFM or 3.5” HDD
34 Pin floppy disk drive (FDD) support
Dual SATA ports with RAID 0 and RAID 1 support
Data security SATA RAID support
1.1.3 KINO-LX Features
Some of the KINO-LX features are listed below:
Complies with mini-ITX form factor
Complies with RoHS
Embedded AMD™ Geode™ LX 800 CPU
Supports a maximum front side bus (FSB) speed up to 500MHz
DDR 333MHz up to 1GB
Complete I/O support with IDE, Dual LAN, 4 x USB2.0 and 6 x COM ports
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Supports 24-bit TTL LCD and single channel 18-bit LVDS LCD
Comes with two high performance 10/100MB Ethernet controllers
Supports two SATA channels with transfer rates up to 150Mb/s
1.2 KINO-LX Overview
Figure 1-1: KINO-LX Overview
1.2.1 KINO-LX Connectors
The KINO-LX has the following connectors onboard:
1 x 184-pin DDR DIMM socket
1 x AT/ATX power connector
1 x CD-IN connector
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2 x Fan connectors
1 x Floppy disk connector
1 x Front panel connector
1 x GPIO connector
2 x IDE Interface connectors
1 x Inverter power connector
1 x Keyboard/Mouse connector
1 x LCD LVDS interface Connector
1 x LCD TTL interface Connector
1 x RS-422/485 serial port connector
1 x PCI slot connector
4 x RS-232 serial port connectors
1 x RS-232/422/485 serial port connector
2 x SATA connectors
The KINO-LX has the following connectors on the board rear panel:
1 x Audio connector (two audio jacks)
2 x Ethernet connectors
2 x PS/2 keyboard/mouse connectors
1 x LPT port connector
1 x RS-232 serial port connector
4 x USB connectors
1 x VGA connector
The KINO-LX has the following onboard jumpers:
AT/ATX power mode select
Clear CMOS
COM1/2 RI and voltage select
COM2 RS-232/422/485 select
LCD clock setup
LCD voltage select
The location of these connectors on the motherboard can be seen in Figure 1-1. These
connectors are fully described in Chapter 3.
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1.2.2 Technical Specifications
KINO-LX technical specifications are listed in Table 1-1. Detailed descriptions of each
specification can be found in Chapter 2.
SPECIFICATION
DESCRIPTION
CPUs Supported
AMD™ Geode™ LX 800
Cache Memory
64K I/ 64k D L1 cache, 128K L2 cache
System Chipset
AMD™ CS5536
I/O Controller
AMD™ CS5536
Memory
One 184-pin DDR 333MHz DIMM up to 1GB
PCI Bus Interface
Revision 2.2
Super IO
W83627EHG
Display
CRT integrated in AMD™ LX 800
LVDS
Single channel 18 bit LVDS integrated in AMD™ LX 800
TTL
24 bit TTL integrated in AMD LX 800
HDD Interface
One IDE channel supports two
Ultra ATA 100/66/33 devices
Power Support
ATX power support
Power Consumption
+5V @ 1.45A, +12V @ 0.08A
LX-800, 500MHz, DDR 333MHz/512MHz MB-HCT
Power Management
Supports Advanced Configuration and Power Interface
(ACPI) Specifications Revision 2.0
Watchdog Timer
Software programmable supports
1~255 sec. system reset
Serial ATA (SATA)
Two SATA channels with 150Mb/s transfer rates
Floppy Disk Drive (FDD)
Supports FDD
USB Interfaces
Four USB 2.0 connectors supported
Serial Ports
Six RS-232 and one RS422/485 COM ports
Audio Interfaces
Realtek ALC203
PCI Interface
PCI slot connector
Real Time Clock
256-byte battery backed CMOS RAM
Hardware Monitoring
CPU temperature and system voltages
Ethernet
10/100 Base-T RTL8100C
BIOS
AWARD
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SPECIFICATION
DESCRIPTION
Physical Dimensions
170mm x 170mm
Operating Temperature
Minimum: 0ºC (32°F) - Maximum: 60°C (140°F)
Operating Humidity
Minimum: 5% - Maximum: 95%
Weight
Gross: 1.1Kg - Net: 500g
Table 1-1: Technical Specifications
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Chapter
2
2 Detailed Specifications
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2.1 CPU Support
The KINO-LX has a preinstalled AMD LX 800 processor. Technical specifications for the
AMD LX 800 processor are listed below:
x86/x87-compatible core
Processor frequency up to 500 MHZ
64K I/64K D L1 cache and 128K L2 cache
Split I/D cache/TLB (Translation Look-Aside Buffer)
64-bit DDR Memory interface. 333MHz DDR memory supported
Integrated FPU that supports the Intel MMX® and AMD 3DNow!™
Technology instruction sets
9 GB/s internal GeodeLink™ Interface Unit (GLIU)
Security Block
o
o
128-bit AES (CBC/ECB)
True Random Number Generator
High-resolution CRT and TFT outputs (simultaneous operation)
o
o
Support for High Definition (HD) and Standard Definition (SD) standards
Support 1920x1440 in CRT mode and 1600x1200 in TFT mode
VESA 1.1 and 2.0 VIP/VDA support
0.13 micron process
481-terminal PBGA (Plastic Ball Grid Array) with internal heatspreader
Power management features for the AMD LX 800 processor are listed below:
1.8W Typical (3.9W TDP) @ 500MHz
GeodeLink active hardware power management
Hardware support for standard ACPI software power management
I/O companion SUSP#/SUSPA# power controls
Lower power I/O
Wakeup on SMI/INTR
2.2 System Chipset
The KINO-LX motherboard has an AMD Geode™ CS5536 chipset installed. The AMD
Geode™ CS5536 is a companion device for the AMD Geode™ LX 800 to create a
high-performance, low-power x86 solution for embedded applications.
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Technical specifications of the AMD Geode™ CS5536 chipset are listed below. For more
information on these two chipsets please refer to the AMD website.
GeodeLink™ Interface Unit:
o
o
64-bit, 66MHz operation
PCI VSM (Virtual System Module) that makes the interface transparent to
applications software and BIOS
o
Programmable routing descriptors, use and activity monitors, and SSMI
(Synchronous System Management Interrupt)
ATA-6 Controller:
o
100 MB/second IDE Controller in UDMA mode per the ATA-6
specification
o
5V interface
Flash Interface:
o
Multiplexed with IDE interface Connects to an array of industry standard
NAND Flash and/or NOR Flash
USB Controller:
o
o
o
o
4 USB ports
Supports both USB 1.1 and USB 2.0
3 host ports
1 host/device
Audio Codec 97 (AC97) Controller:
o
AC97 specification v2.3 compliant interface to multiple audio codecs:
Serial In, Serial Out, Sync Out, Bit Clock In
o
Legacy “PC Beep” support
Diverse Device:
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
82xx Legacy Devices
IR Communication Port
System Management Bus (SMB) Controller
LPC (Low Pin Count) Port
General Purpose I/Os (GPIOs)
8 Multi-Function General Purpose Timers (MFGPTs)
Real-Time Clock (RTC) with CMOS RAM
Power Management Controller:
o
ACPI v2.0 compliant
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2.2.1 Data Flow
Figure 2-1 shows the data flow between the system chipset, the CPU and other I/O
interfaces that can connect to the KINO-LX motherboard.
Figure 2-1: Data Flow Block Diagram
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2.3 Graphics Support
Table 2-1 lists the KINO-LX graphics processor features.
Feature
AMD Geode™ LX Processor
Color Depth
8, 16, 32 bpp (A) RGB 4 and 8-bit indexed
ROPs
256 (2-src, dest and pattern)
BLT Buffers
FIFOs in Graphics Processor
BLT Splitting
Managed by hardware
Video Synchronized BLT/Vector
Throttle by VBLANK
Bresenham Lines
Yes
Patterned (stippled) Lines
Yes
Screen to Screen BLT
Yes
Screen to Screen BLT with mono expansion
Yes
Memory to Screen BLT
Yes (throttled rep movs writes)
Accelerated Text
No
Pattern Size (Mono)
8x8 pixels
Pattern Size (Color)
8x8 pixels
Monochrome Pattern
Yes (with inversion)
Dithered Pattern (4 color)
No
Color Pattern
8, 16, 32 bpp
Transparent Pattern
Monochrome
Solid Fill
Yes
Pattern Fill
Yes
Transparent Source
Monochrome
Color Key Source Transparency
Y with mask
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Feature
AMD Geode™ LX Processor
Variable Source Stride
Yes
Variable Destination Stride
Yes
Destination Write Bursting
Yes
Selectable BLT Direction
Vertical and Horizontal
Alpha BLT
Yes (constant α, α/pix, or sep. α channel)
VGA Support
Decodes VGA Register
Pipeline Depth
Unlimited
Accelerated Rotation BLT
8, 16, 32 bpp
Color Depth Conversion
5:6:5, 1:5:5:5, 4:4:4:4, 8:8:8:8
Table 2-1: Geode LX Graphics Processor Features
2.4 Memory Support
Up to 1GB of DDR 333 MHz DIMM is supported.
2.5 Super I/O
General
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
Meet LPC Spec. 1.01
Support LDRQ#(LPC DMA), SERIRQ (Serial IRQ)
Integrated Hardware Monitor functions
Compliant with Microsoft PC2000/PC2001 Hardware Design Guide
Support DPM (Device Power Management), ACPI
Programmable configuration settings
Single 24 or 48 MHz clock input
It is 3.3V level but 5V tolerance support
•
Besides LPC function pins(Pin21 ~ Pin30) and H/W monitor
analog pins(Pin95 ~ Pin110)
•
Input level can up to 5V and maximum input level can be up to
5V+10%
FDC
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o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
Compatible with IBM PC AT disk drive systems
Variable write pre-compensation with track selectable capability
Support vertical recording format
DMA enable logic
16-byte data FIFOs
Support floppy disk drives and tape drives
Detects all overrun and underrun conditions
Built-in address mark detection circuit to simplify the read electronics
FDD anti-virus functions with software write protect and FDD write enable
signal (write data signal was forced to be inactive)
o
o
o
Support up to four 3.5-inch or 5.25-inch floppy disk drives
Completely compatible with industry standard 82077
360K/720K/1.2M/1.44M/2.88M format; 250K, 300K, 500K, 1M, 2M bps
data transfer rate
o
Support 3-mode FDD, and its Win95/98 driver
UART
o
Two high-speed 16550 compatible UARTs with 16-byte send/receive
FIFOs
o
o
o
o
MIDI compatible
Fully programmable serial-interface characteristics:
•
5, 6, 7 or 8-bit characters
•
Even, odd or no parity bit generation/detection
•
1, 1.5 or 2 stop bits generation
Internal diagnostic capabilities:
•
Loop-back controls for communications link fault isolation
•
Break, parity, overrun, framing error simulation
Programmable baud rate generator allows division of 1.8461 MHz and 24
MHz by 1 to (216-1)
o
Maximum baud rate up to 921k bps for 14.769 MHz and 1.5M bps for 24
MHz
Infrared
o
Support IrDA version 1.0 SIR protocol with maximum baud rate up to
115.2K bps
o
Support SHARP ASK-IR protocol with maximum baud rate up to 57,600
bps
Parallel Port
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o
o
o
Compatible with IBM parallel port
Support PS/2 compatible bi-directional parallel port
Support Enhanced Parallel Port (EPP) - Compatible with IEEE 1284
specification
o
Support Extended Capabilities Port (ECP) - Compatible with IEEE 1284
specification
o
Enhanced printer port back-drive current protection
Game Port
o
o
Support two separate Joysticks
Support every Joystick two axis (X, Y) and two button (A, B) controllers
MIDI Port
o
o
o
The baud rate is 31.25 K baud
16-byte input FIFO
16-byte output FIFO
Keyboard Controller
o
8042 based with optional F/W from AMIKKEYTM-2, Phoenix
MultiKey/42TM or customer code with 2K bytes of programmable ROM,
and 256 bytes of RAM
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
Asynchronous Access to Two Data Registers and One status Register
Software compatibility with the 8042
Support PS/2 mouse
Support port 92
Support both interrupt and polling modes
Fast Gate A20 and Hardware Keyboard Reset
8 Bit Timer/ Counter
Support binary and BCD arithmetic
6 MHz, 8 MHz, 12 MHz, or 16 MHz operating frequency
Serial Flash ROM Interface
o
Support up to 8M bits flash ROM
General Purpose I/O Ports
o
o
48 programmable general purpose I/O ports
GPIO port 1 and 4 can not only serve as simple I/O ports but also watch
dog timer output, Power LED output, Suspend LED output
o
Functional in power down mode (GP24 ~ GP27, GPIO-3, GPIO-4,
GPIO-5)
OnNow Functions
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o
o
Keyboard Wake-Up by programmable keys
Mouse Wake-Up by programmable buttons
On Now Wake-Up from all of the ACPI sleeping states (S1-S5)
Hardware Monitor Functions
o
Smart Fan control system, support SMART FANTM I - “Thermal
CruiseTM” and “Speed CruiseTM” Mode , SMART FANTM III function
o
3 thermal inputs from optionally remote thermistors or PentiumTM II/III/4
thermal diode output
o
10 voltage inputs (CPUVCORE, VIN[0..4] and intrinsic 3VCC, AVCC ,
3VSB, VBAT)
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
5 fan speed monitoring inputs
4 fan speed control
Dual mode for fan control (PWM & DC)
Build in case open detection circuit
Programmable hysteresis and setting points for all monitored items
Over temperature indicate output
Issue SMI#, OVT# to activate system protection
Winbond Hardware DoctorTM Support
6 VID inputs / outputs
Provide I2C interface to read/write registers
Package
o
128-pin PQFP
2.6 Ethernet Controller
The Realtek RTL8100C is a single-chip Fast Ethernet controller. It is enhanced with an
ACPI (Advanced Configuration Power Interface) management function for PCI in order to
provide efficient power management for advanced operating systems with OSPM
(Operating System Directed Power Management). The RTL8100C also supports remote
wake-up (including AMD Magic Packet™ and Microsoft® Wake-up frame). Realtek
RTL8100C features are listed below.
128-pin PQFP/LQFP
Supports PCI/mini-PCI interfaces
Integrates Fast Ethernet MAC, physical chip, and transceiver onto a single
chip
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10Mbps and 100Mbps operation
Supports 10Mbps and 100Mbps N-way auto-negotiation
Supports 25MHz Crystal or 25MHz OSC as the internal clock source
Complies with PC99/PC2001 standards
Supports ACPI power management
Provides PCI bus master data transfer
Provides PCI memory space or I/O space mapped data transfer
Supports PCI clock speed of 16.75MHz-40MHz
Advanced power saving mode
Supports Wake-on-LAN and remote wake-up (AMD Magic Packet™, Link
Change, and Microsoft® Wake-up frame)
Half/Full duplex capability
Supports Full Duplex Flow Control (IEEE 802.3x)
Provides interface to 93C46 EEPROM to store resource configuration and ID
parameters
Provides PCI clock run pin
Provides LED pins for network operation status indication
2.5/3.3V power supply with 5V tolerant I/Os
0.25µm CMOS process
2.7 Drive Interfaces
The KINO-LX can support the following drive interfaces.
2 x SATA drives
2 x IDE devices
1 x FDD
2.7.1 SATA Drive Interface
The KINO-LX supports two, first generation SATA drives with transfer rates of up to
150Mb/s.
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2.7.2 IDE HDD Interface
The KINO-LX system chipset IDE controller supports up to two HDDs with the following
specifications:
100 MB/second IDE Controller in UDMA mode per the ATA-6 specification
2.7.3 Floppy Disk Drive (FDD) Interface
The KINO-LX supports a single FDD. The following FDD formats are compatible with the
board.
5.25”: 360KB and 1.2MB
3.5”: 720KB, 1.44MB and 2.88MB
2.8 Serial Ports
The KINO-LX CPU Board has six high-speed UART serial ports, configured as CN1, CN3
and CN14 through CN17. The serial ports have the following specifications.
16C550 UART with 16/32 byte selectable FIFO buffer
115.2Kbps transmission rate
2.9 Audio Codec
The KINO-LX has an integrated REALTEK ALC203 CODEC. The ALC203 is a 20-bit DAC
and 18-bit ADC full-duplex AC'97 2.3 compatible stereo audio CODEC designed for PC
multimedia systems, including host/soft audio, and AMR/CNR based designs. ALC203
features are listed below.
Single chip with high S/N ratio (>100 dB)
Meets performance requirements for audio on PC2001 systems
Meets Microsoft WHQL/WLP 2.0 audio requirements
20-bit DAC and 18-bit ADC resolution
18-bit Stereo full-duplex CODEC with independent and variable sampling rate
Complies with AC'97 2.3 specifications
o
o
LINE/HP-OUT, MIC-IN and LINE-IN sensing
14.318MHz -> 24.576MHz PLL saves crystal
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o
o
o
o
12.288MHz BITCLK input can be consumed
Integrated PCBEEP generator to save buzzer
Interrupt capability
Page registers and Analog Plug & Play
Support of S/PDIF out is fully compliant with AC'97 rev2.3 specifications
Three analog line-level stereo inputs with 5-bit volume control: LINE_IN, CD,
AUX
High quality differential CD input
Two analog line-level mono input: PCBEEP, PHONE-IN
Supports double sampling rate (96KHz) of DVD audio playback
Two software selectable MIC inputs
+6/12/20/30dB boost preamplifier for MIC input
Stereo output with 6-bit volume control
Mono output with 5-bit volume control
Headphone output with 50mW/20Ohm amplifier
3D Stereo Enhancement
Multiple CODEC extension capability
External Amplifier Power Down (EAPD) capability
Power management and enhanced power saving features
Stereo MIC record for AEC/BF application
DC Voltage volume control
Auxiliary power to support Power Off CD
Adjustable VREFOUT control
2 GPIO pins with smart GPIO volume control
2 Universal Audio Jacks (UAJ)® for front panel
Supports 32K/44.1K/48K/96KHz S/PDIF output
Supports 32K/44.1K/48KHz S/PDIF input
Power support: Digital: 3.3V; Analog: 3.3V/5V
Standard 48-Pin LQFP Package
EAX™ 1.0 & 2.0 compatible
Direct Sound 3D™ compatible
A3D™ compatible
I3DL2 compatible
HRTF 3D Positional Audio
Sensaura™ 3D Enhancement (optional)
10 Bands of Software Equalizer
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Voice Cancellation and Key Shifting in Karaoke mode
AVRack® Media Player
2.10 Real Time Clock
256-byte battery backed CMOS RAM
2.11 System Monitoring
The KINO-LX motherboard is capable of self-monitoring various aspects of its operating
status including:
CPU, chipset, and battery voltage, +5V, and +12V
CPU and board temperatures (by the corresponding embedded sensors)
2.12 BIOS
The KINO-LX uses a licensed copy of Phoenix Award BIOS. The features of the flash
BIOS used are listed below:
SMIBIOS (DMI) compliant
Console redirection function support
PXE (Pre-Boot Execution Environment) support
USB booting support
2.13 Operating Temperature and Temperature Control
The maximum and minimum operating temperatures for the KINO-LX motherboard are
listed below.
Minimum Operating Temperature: 0ºC (32°F)
Maximum Operating Temperature: 60°C (140°F)
A cooling heat sink is installed on the CPU. Thermal paste is smeared on the lower side of
the heat sink before it is mounted on the CPU.
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2.14 Power Consumption
Table 2-2 shows the power consumption parameters for the KINO-LX when an AMD
LX-800 CPU is running with a 333 MHz, 256MB DDR RAM module.
Voltage
Current
+5V
1.45A
+12V
0.08A
Table 2-2: Power Consumption
2.15 PXE: Pre-Boot Execution Environment
PXE is an open industry standard developed by a number of software and hardware
vendors. IEI BIOS PXE feature allows a workstation to boot from a server on a network by
receiving a pre-OS agent prior to booting the operating system on the local hard drive.
KINO-LX
KINO-LX
KINO-LX
KINO-LX
KINO-LX
Figure 2-2: PXE: Pre-Boot Execution Environment
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2.16 Packaged Contents and Optional Accessory Items
2.16.1 Package Contents
When you unpack the KINO-LX motherboard, you should find the following components.
1 x KINO-LX single board computer
1 x Mini jumper pack
1 x ATA66/100 flat cable
2 x Dual RS-232 cables
2 x SATA cables
1 x SATA Power cable
1 x I/O Shielding
1 x Utility CD
1 x QIG (quick installation guide)
2.16.2 Optional Accessory Items
The items shown in the list below are optional accessory items purchased separately.
RS-23/422/485 cable
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Chapter
3
3 Connectors and
Jumpers
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3.1 Peripheral Interface Connectors
Section 3.1.1 shows peripheral interface connector locations. Section 3.1.2 lists all the
peripheral interface connectors seen in Section 3.1.1.
3.1.1 KINO-LX Layout
Figure 3-1 shows the on-board peripheral connectors and on-board jumpers.
Figure 3-1: Connector and Jumper Locations
3.1.2 Peripheral Interface Connectors
Table 3-1 shows a list of the peripheral interface connectors on the KINO-LX. Detailed
descriptions of these connectors can be found in Section 3.2.
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Connector
Type
Label
AT/ATX power connector
20-pin header
CN19
CD-IN connector
4-pin header
CN9
DIMM socket
184-pin socket
CN22
5V Fan connector
3-pin box header
CN23
12V Fan connector
3-pin header
CN21
FDD connector
34-pin box header
CN26
Front Panel connector
14-pin header
CN24
GPIO connector
10-pin header
CN18
IDE Interface connector (Primary)
40-pin box header
CN29
IDE Interface connector (Secondary)
40-pin box header
CN28
Inverter Power connector
5-pin wafer connector
CN12
Keyboard/Mouse connector
6-pin wafer connector
CN2
LCD TTL connector
40-pin crimp connector
CN11
LCD LVDS connector
20-pin crimp connector
CN13
PCI slot
128-pin PCI slot
CN20
RS-232/485 COM-2 serial port connector
14-pin header
CN10
RS-232 COM-3 serial port connector
10-pin header
CN14
RS-232 COM-4 serial port connector
10-pin header
CN15
RS-232 COM-5 serial port connector
10-pin header
CN16
RS-232 COM-6 serial port connector
10-pin header
CN17
SATA-1 drive connector
7-pin SATA connector
CN30
SATA-2 drive connector
7-pin SATA connector
CN31
Table 3-1: Peripheral Interface Connectors
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3.1.3 External Peripheral Interface Connectors
Table 3-2 lists the external peripheral interface connectors on the KINO-LX. Detailed
descriptions of these connectors can be found in Section 3.3.
Connector
Type
Label
Audio connector
2 x audio jacks
CN8
Ethernet and USB combo connector
RJ-45 and USB 2.0 connectors
CN6
Ethernet and USB combo connector
RJ-45 and USB 2.0 connectors
CN7
Keyboard/mouse connector
Dual PS/2 connector
CN1
Parallel port
DB-25 female connector
CN5
RS-232 serial port connector
D-sub 9 male connector
CN3
VGA connector
HD-D-sub 15 female connector
CN4
Table 3-2: Rear Panel Connectors
3.1.4 On-board Jumpers
Table 3-3 lists the on-board jumpers. Detailed descriptions of these jumpers can be found
in Section 4.5.
Description
Label
Type
Clear CMOS
JP4
3-pin header
LCD voltage select
JP3
3-pin header
COM2 RS-232/422/485 select
JP2
6-pin header
COM1/2 RI and voltage select
JP1
10-pin header
LCD clock setup
JP5
3-pin header
AT/ATX power mode select
JP6
2-pin header
Table 3-3: On-board Jumpers
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3.2 Internal Peripheral Connectors
Internal peripheral connectors are found on the motherboard and are only accessible
when the motherboard is outside of the chassis. This section has complete descriptions of
all the internal peripheral connectors on the KINO-LX.
3.2.1 AT/ATX Power Connector
CN Label:
CN19
CN Type:
20-pin connector
CN Location:
See Figure 3-2
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-4
The ATX Power connector is connected to an ATX or AT power supply.
Figure 3-2: AT/ATX Power Connector Pinouts
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PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
11
NC
1
NC
12
-12V
2
NC
13
GND
3
GND
14
PSON
4
+5V
15
GND
5
GND
16
GND
6
+5V
17
GND
7
GND
18
NC
8
PW-OK
19
+5V
9
+5VSB
20
+5V
10
+12V
Table 3-4: AT/ATX Power Connector Pinouts
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3.2.2 CD-IN Connector
CN Label:
CN9
CN Type:
4-pin header
CN Location:
See Figure 3-3
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-5
The CD-In connector connects to audio sources such as CD/DVD-ROM optical drives.
Figure 3-3: CD-IN Connector Pinout Locations
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
CD-L
2
GND
3
GND
4
CD-R
Table 3-5: CD-IN Connector Pinouts
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3.2.3 5V Fan Connector
CN Label:
CN23
CN Type:
3-pin wafer
CN Location:
See Figure 3-4
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-6
The cooling fan connector provides a 5V current to a system cooling fan. The connector
has a "rotation" pin to get rotation signals from fans and notify the system so the system
BIOS can recognize the fan speed. Please note that only specified fans can issue the
rotation signals.
Figure 3-4: 5V Fan Connector Pinout Locations
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
GND
2
+5V
3
Fan Speed Detect
Table 3-6: 5V Fan Connector Pinouts
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3.2.4 12V Fan Connector
CN Label:
CN21
CN Type:
3-pin wafer
CN Location:
See Figure 3-5
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-7
The cooling fan connector provides a 12V, 500mA current to a system cooling fan. The
connector has a "rotation" pin to get rotation signals from fans and notify the system so the
system BIOS can recognize the fan speed. Please note that only specified fans can issue
the rotation signals.
Figure 3-5: Fan Connector Pinout Locations
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
GND
2
+12V
3
Fan Speed Detect
Table 3-7: Fan Connector Pinouts
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3.2.5 Floppy Disk Connector
CN Label:
CN26
CN Type:
34-pin box header
CN Location:
See Figure 3-6
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-8
The floppy disk connector connects to a floppy disk drive.
Figure 3-6: FDD Pinout Locations
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PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
GND
2
DENSEL
3
GND
4
NC
5
GND
6
NC
7
GND
8
INDEX#
9
GND
10
MOA#
11
GND
12
NC
13
GND
14
DSA#
15
GND
16
NC
17
GND
18
DIR#
19
GND
20
STEP#
21
GND
22
WDATA#
23
GND
24
WGATE#
25
GND
26
TRACK0#
27
GND
28
WP#
29
GND
30
RDATA#
31
GND
32
HEAD#
33
GND
34
DSKCHG#
Table 3-8: FDD Connector Pinouts
3.2.6 Front Panel Connector
CN Label:
CN24
CN Type:
14-pin header (2x7 pins)
CN Location:
See Figure 3-7
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-9
The front panel connector connects to several external switches and indicators to monitor
and controls the motherboard. These indicators and switches include:
Power button
Reset button
Speaker
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Power LED
HDD LED
Figure 3-7: Front Panel Connector Pinout Locations
PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
PWRLED+
2
Buzzer+(+5V)
3
NC
4
NC
5
PWRLED-
6
NC
7
PWRBTN#
8
Buzzer-
9
GND
10
NC
11
HDDLED+
12
SYS_RST#
13
HDDLED-
14
GND
Table 3-9: Front Panel Connector Pinouts
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3.2.7 GPIO Connector
CN Label:
CN18
CN Type:
10-pin header (2x5 pins)
CN Location:
See Figure 3-8
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-10
The General Purpose Input Output (GPIO) connector can be connected to external I/O
control devices including sensors, lights, alarms and switches.
Figure 3-8: GPIO Connector Pinout Locations
PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
GND
2
+5V
3
GPO0
4
GPO1
5
GPO2
6
GPO3
7
GPI0
8
GPI1
9
GPI2
10
GPI3
Table 3-10: GPIO Connector Pinouts
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3.2.8 IDE Connectors
CN Label:
CN29 (Primary) and CN28 (Secondary)
CN Type:
40-pin header (2x20)
CN Location:
See Figure 3-9
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-11
Two 40-pin IDE device connectors on the KINO-LX motherboard supports connectivity to
Ultra ATA/133 IDE devices with data transfer rates up to 133MB/s.
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Figure 3-9: IDE Device Connector Locations
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PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
RESET#
2
GND
3
D7
4
D8
5
D6
6
D9
7
D5
8
D10
9
D4
10
D11
11
D3
12
D12
13
D2
14
D13
15
D1
16
D14
17
D0
18
D15
19
GND
20
NC
21
DRQ
22
GND
23
IOW#
24
GND
25
IOR#
26
GND
27
RDY
28
NC
29
ACK#
30
GND
31
INT
32
NC
33
A1
34
CABLEID
35
A0
36
A2
37
CS0#
38
CS1#
39
ASP#
40
GND
Table 3-11: IDE Connector Pinouts
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3.2.9 Inverter Power Connector
CN Label:
CN12
CN Type:
5-pin wafer
CN Location:
See Figure 3-10
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-12
The inverter connector is connected to the LCD backlight.
Figure 3-10: Inverter Connector Locations
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
ADJ (Def : GND)
2
GND
3
+12V
4
GND
5
BL_EN
Table 3-12: Inverter Power Connector Pinouts
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3.2.10 Keyboard/Mouse Connector
CN Label:
CN2
CN Type:
6-pin wafer
CN Location:
See Figure 3-11
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-13
For alternative applications, an on board keyboard/mouse pin header connector is also
available.
Figure 3-11: Keyboard/Mouse Connector Location
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
+5V
2
MSDATA
3
MSCLK
4
KBDATA
5
KBCLK
6
GND
Table 3-13: Keyboard/Mouse Connector Pinouts
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3.2.11 LCD LVDS Connector
CN Label:
CN13
CN Type:
20-pin crimp connector
CN Location:
See Figure 3-12
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-14
The LCD LVDS connector is connected to a LCD LVDS display device.
Figure 3-12: LCD LVDS Connector Locations
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PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
2
GND
1
GND
4
D0-
3
D0+
6
D1-
5
D1+
8
D2-
7
D2+
10
CLK-
9
CLK+
12
NC
11
NC
14
GND
13
GND
16
SCL
15
SDA
18
LCD_VCC
17
LCD_VCC
20
LCD_VCC
19
LCD_VCC
Table 3-14: LCD LVDS Connector Pinouts
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3.2.12 LCD TTL Connector
CN Label:
CN11
CN Type:
40-pin crimp connector
CN Location:
See Figure 3-13
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-15
The LCD TTL connector is connected to a LCD TTL display device.
Figure 3-13: LCD TTL Connector Locations
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PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
2
LCD_VCC
1
LCD_VCC
4
GND
3
GND
6
LCD_VCC
5
LCD_VCC
8
GND
7
SDA
10
B1
9
B0
12
B3
11
B2
14
B5
13
B4
16
B7
15
B6
18
G1
17
G0
20
G3
19
G2
22
G5
21
G4
24
G7
23
G6
26
R1
25
R0
28
R3
27
R2
30
R5
29
R4
32
R7
31
R6
34
GND
33
GND
36
VSYNC
35
CLK
38
HSYNC
37
LCD_EN
40
DISP_EN
39
SCL
Table 3-15: LCD TTL Connector Pinouts
3.2.13 PCI Slot
CN Label:
CN20
CN Type:
PCI slot
CN Location:
See Figure 3-14
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-16
The PCI slot enables a PCI expansion module to be connected to the board.
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Figure 3-14: PCI Slot Location
PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
A1
TRST
B1
-12V
A2
+12V
B2
TCK
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PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
A3
TMS
B3
GND
A4
TDI
B4
TDO
A5
+5V
B5
+5V
A6
INTA
B6
+5V
A7
INTC
B7
INTB
A8
+5V
B8
INTD
A9
RESERVED3
B9
PRSNT1
A10
+5V
B10
RESERVED1
A11
RESERVED4
B11
PRSNT2
A12
GND
B12
GND
A13
GND
B13
GND
A14
3.3V_AUX
B14
RESERVED2
A15
RST
B15
GND
A16
+5V
B16
CLK
A17
GNT
B17
GND
A18
GND
B18
REQ
A19
PME
B19
+5V
A20
AD30
B20
AD31
A21
+3.3V
B21
AD29
A22
AD28
B22
GND
A23
AD26
B23
AD27
A24
GND
B24
AD25
A25
AD24
B25
+3.3V
A26
IDSEL
B26
C/BE3
A27
+3.3V
B27
AD23
A28
AD22
B28
GND
A29
AD20
B29
AD21
A30
GND
B30
AD19
A31
AD18
B31
+3.3V
A32
AD16
B32
AD17
A33
+3.3V
B33
C/BE2
A34
FRAME
B34
GND
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PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
A35
GND
B35
IRDY
A36
TRDY
B36
+3.3V
A37
GND
B37
DEVSEL
A38
STOP
B38
GND
A39
+3.3V
B39
LOCK
A40
SDONE
B40
PERR
A41
SBO
B41
+3.3V
A42
GND
B42
SERR
A43
PAR
B43
+3.3V
A44
AD15
B44
C/BE1
A45
+3.3V
B45
AD14
A46
AD13
B46
GND
A47
AD11
B47
AD12
A48
GND
B48
AD10
A49
AD9
B49
GND
A52
C/BE0
B52
AD8
A53
+3.3V
B53
AD7
A54
AD6
B54
+3.3V
A55
AD4
B55
AD5
A56
GND
B56
AD3
A57
AD2
B57
GND
A68
AD0
B68
AD1
A59
+5V
B59
+5V
A60
REQ64
B60
ACK64
A61
+5V
B61
+5V
A62
+5V
B62
+5V
Table 3-16: PCI Slot
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3.2.14 RS-232/422/485 Serial Port Connector
CN Label:
CN10
CN Type:
2x7 pin header
CN Location:
See Figure 3-15
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-17
The CN10 serial port connector connects to an RS-232 or RS-485 serial port devices.
Figure 3-15: RS-232/422/485 Serial Port Connector Pinout Locations
PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
DCD#
2
DSR#
3
RxD
4
RTS#
5
TxD
6
CTS#
7
DTR#
8
RI# / Vout
9
GND
10
GND
11
TxD485+
12
TxD485-
13
RxD485+
14
RxD485-
Table 3-17: RS-232/422/485 Serial Port Connector Pinouts
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3.2.15 RS-232 COM Serial Port Connector
CN Label:
COM3, COM4, COM5 and COM6
CN Type:
10-pin header (2x5)
CN Location:
See Figure 3-16
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-18
The COM3, COM4, COM5 and COM6 serial port connectors connect to RS-232 serial port
devices.
Figure 3-16: RS-232 Serial Port Connector Pinout Locations
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PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
DCD
6
DSR
2
RXD
7
RTS
3
TXD
8
CTS
4
DTR
9
RI
5
GND
10
GND
Table 3-18: RS-232 Serial Port Connector Pinouts
3.2.16 SATA Drive Connectors
CN Label:
CN30 and CN31
CN Type:
1x7 pin SATA drive connectors
CN Location:
See Figure 3-17
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-19
The two SATA drive connectors are connected to two first generation SATA drives. First
generation SATA drives transfer data at speeds as high as 150Mb/s.
Figure 3-17: SATA Drive Connector Pinout Locations
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PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
GND
2
TX+
3
TX-
4
GND
5
RX-
6
RX+
7
GND
Table 3-19: SATA Drive Connector Pinouts
3.3 External Peripheral Interface Connector Panel
Figure 3-18 shows the KINO-LX external peripheral interface connector panel. The
peripheral connectors are connected to external devices when the KINO-LX is installed in
a chassis. The peripheral connectors on the panel are:
1 x PS/2 keyboard and mouse connector
1 x Serial port connector
1 x Parallel port connector
1 x VGA connector
2 x RJ-45 GbE connector
4 x USB connectors
1 x Audio connector (two audio jacks)
Figure 3-18: KINO-LX External Peripheral Interface Connector Panel
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3.3.1 Keyboard/Mouse Connector
CN Label:
CN8
CN Type:
Dual PS/2
CN Location:
See Figure 3-18 (labeled number 1)
CN Pinouts:
See Figure 3-19 and Table 3-20
The KINO-LX keyboard and mouse connectors are standard PS/2 connectors.
Figure 3-19: Keyboard/Mouse Connector Pinouts
PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
L_KDAT
7
L_MDAT
2
NC
8
NC
3
GND
9
GND
4
5V
10
5V
5
L_KCLK
11
L_MCLK
6
NC
12
NC
Table 3-20: Keyboard/Mouse Connector Pinouts
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3.3.2 Serial Port Connector
CN Label:
CN3
CN Type:
D-sub 9 male connector
CN Location:
See Figure 3-18 (labeled number 2)
CN Pinouts:
See Figure 3-20 and Table 3-21
The KINO-LX has an RS-232 serial port on the external peripheral interface connector
panel.
Figure 3-20: Serial Port Connector
Serial port connector (COM1) pinouts are shown below.
PIN
Description
PIN
Description
1
DCD1
6
DSR1
2
RXD1
7
RTS1
3
TXD1
8
CTS1
4
DTR1
9
RI1
5
GROUND
Table 3-21: Serial Port Connector Pinouts
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3.3.3 Parallel Port Connector
CN Label:
CN5
CN Type:
DB-25 female connector
CN Location:
See Figure 3-18 (labeled number 3)
CN Pinouts:
See Figure 3-21 and Table 3-22
The KINO-LX has one parallel port on the external peripheral interface connector panel to
connect to a printer or other parallel communication devices.
Figure 3-21 Parallel Port Connector Pinout Locations
PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
STB#
14
AFD#
2
PD0
15
ERR#
3
PD1
16
INIT#
4
PD2
17
SLIN#
5
PD3
18
GND
6
PD4
19
GND
7
PD5
20
GND
8
PD6
21
GND
9
PD7
22
GND
10
ACK#
23
GND
11
BUSY
24
GND
12
PE
25
GND
13
SLCT
Table 3-22: Parallel Port Pinouts
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3.3.4 VGA connector
CN Label:
CN4
CN Type:
HD-D-sub 15 female connector
CN Location:
See Figure 3-18 (labeled number 4)
CN Pinouts:
See Figure 3-22 and Table 3-23
A 15-pin VGA connector connects to standard displays.
Figure 3-22: VGA Connector
PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
RED
9
NC
2
GREEN
10
GROUND
3
BLUE
11
NC
4
NC
12
DDCDAT
5
GROUND
13
HSYNC
6
GROUND
14
VSYNC
7
GROUND
15
DDCCLK
8
GROUND
Table 3-23: VGA Connector Pinouts
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3.3.5 LAN Connectors
CN Label:
CN6 and CN7
CN Type:
RJ-45
CN Location:
See Figure 3-18 (labeled number 5 and 6)
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-24
The KINO-LX is equipped with two built-in GbE Ethernet controllers. The controllers can
connect to the LAN through two RJ-45 LAN connectors. There are two LEDs on the
connector indicating the status of LAN. The pin assignments are listed in the following
table:
PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
+2.5VCC
2
TX0+
3
TX0-
4
TX1+
5
TX1-
6
TX2+
7
TX2-
8
TX3+
9
TX3-
10
GND
11
LINK-
12
LINK+
13
ACTIVE-
14
ACTIVE+
Table 3-24: LAN Pinouts
Figure 3-23: RJ-45Ethernet Connector
The RJ-45 Ethernet connector has two status LEDs, one green and one yellow
(Figure 3-23). The green LED indicates activity on the port and the yellow LED
indicates the port is linked. See Table 3-25.
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STATUS
DESCRIPTION
STATUS
DESCRIPTION
GREEN
Activity
YELLOW
Linked
Table 3-25: RJ-45 Ethernet Connector LEDs
3.3.6 USB Connectors
CN Label:
CN6 and CN7
CN Type:
USB port
CN Location:
See Figure 3-18 (labeled number 5 and 6)
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-26
The KINO-LX has a four rear panel USB ports. These ports connect to both USB 2.0 and
USB 1.1 devices.
PIN
DESCRIPTION
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
USBV3L 5V
2
GND
3
USBP4N
4
USBP5P
5
USBP4P
6
USBP5N
7
GND
8
USBV3L 5V
Table 3-26: USB Port Pinouts
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3.3.7 Audio Connector
CN Label:
CN1
CN Type:
2 x audio jacks
CN Location:
See Figure 3-18 (labeled number 7)
CN Pinouts:
See Figure 3-24
Line Out port (Lime): Connects to a headphone or a speaker. With
multi-channel configurations, this port can also connect to front speakers.
Microphone (Pink): Connects a microphone.
Figure 3-24: Audio Connector
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Chapter
4
4 Installation
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4.1 Anti-static Precautions
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can cause serious damage to electronic components,
including the KINO-LX. (Dry climates are especially susceptible to ESD.) It is therefore
critical that whenever the KINO-LX (or any other electrical component) is handled, the
following anti-static precautions are strictly adhered to.
Wear an anti-static wristband: - Wearing a simple anti-static wrist band can
help to prevent ESD from damaging the board.
Self-grounding: - Before handling the board touch any grounded conducting
material. During the time the board is handled, frequently touch any
conducting materials that are connected to the ground.
4.2 Installation Considerations
NOTE:
The following installation notices and installation considerations should be
read and understood before the motherboard is installed. All installation
notices pertaining to the installation of the Motherboard should be strictly
adhered to. Failing to adhere to these precautions may lead to severe
damage of the motherboard and injury to the person installing the
motherboard.
4.2.1 Installation Notices
Before and during the installation of the KINO-LX motherboard, please do the following:
Read the user manual
o
The user manual provides a complete description of the KINO-LX
motherboard, installation instructions and configuration options.
Wear an electrostatic discharge cuff (ESD)
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o
Electronic components are easily damaged by ESD. Wearing an ESD cuff
removes ESD from the user’s body and help to prevent ESD damage.
Place the motherboard on an antistatic pad
o
When the motherboard is installed and configured, place it on an
antistatic pad. This helps to prevent potential ESD damage.
Turn off all power to the KINO-LX motherboard
o
When working with the motherboard, make sure that it is disconnected
from all power supplies and that no electricity is being fed into the system.
Before and during the installation of the KINO-LX motherboard DO NOT:
remove any of the stickers on the PCB board. These stickers are required for
warranty validation.
use the product before all the cables and power connectors are properly
connected.
allow screws to come in contact with the PCB circuit, connector pins, or its
components.
4.3 Unpacking
NOTE:
If any of the items listed below are missing when the KINO-LX is unpacked,
do not proceed with the installation and contact the reseller or vendor
motherboard was purchased from.
4.3.1 Unpacking Precautions
Some components on KINO-LX are very sensitive to static electricity and can be damaged
by a sudden rush of power. To protect it from being damaged during the unpacking
process, follow these precautions:
Users should ground themselves to remove any static charge before touching
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the KINO-LX. To ground themselves, users can wear a grounded wrist strap
at all times or frequently touching any conducting materials that is connected
to the ground.
Handle the KINO-LX by its edges. Do not touch the IC chips, leads or circuitry
unnecessarily.
Do not place a PCB on top of an anti-static bag. Only the inside of the bag is safe from
static discharge.
4.3.2 Checklist
When KINO-LX is unpacked please make sure the package contains the following items.
1 x KINO-LX Single Board Computer
1 x ATA66/100 Flat Cable
2 x SATA Cable
1 x SATA Power Cable
1 x Dual RS-232 Cable
1 x I/O Shielding
1 x Mini Jumper Pack
1 x Utility CD
1 x QIG
If one or more of these items are missing, please contact the reseller or vendor KINO-LX
was purchased from and do not proceed any further with the installation.
4.4 KINO-LX Motherboard Installation
WARNING!
Please note that the installation instructions described in this manual should
be carefully followed in order to avoid damage to the KINO-LX components
and injury to the user.
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WARNING!
When installing electronic components onto the KINO-LX always take
anti-static precautions in order to prevent ESD damage to the KINO-LX and
other electronic components like the CPU and DIMM modules
4.4.1 Preinstalled Components
The components listed below are preinstalled on the KINO-LX.
CPU
4.4.2 Components to Install
To install the KINO-LX, the following components must be installed or connected to the
KINO-LX:
DIMM modules
Peripheral devices
4.4.3 DIMM Module Installation
4.4.3.1 Purchasing the Memory Module
When purchasing DIMM modules, the following considerations should be taken into
account: to 1GB of 333MHz or 400MHz of DDR memory
The DIMM module can support a memory chip with a maximum size of 1GB
The DIMM module can have a of 333MHz or 400MHz
The DIMM can be either single-sided or dual-sided.
4.4.3.2 DIMM Module Installation
The KINO-LX motherboard has one DDR SDRAM DIMM socket. To install a DIMM
module, follow the instructions below and refer to Figure 4-1.
Step 1: Pull the two white handles on either side of the DIMM socket down.
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Step 2: Align the DIMM module with the DIMM socket making sure the matching pins
are correctly aligned.
Step 3: Insert the DIMM module slowly. Once it is correctly inserted, push down firmly.
The white handles on either side of the socket move back up and lock the
module into the socket. Step 0:
Figure 4-1: DIMM Module Installation
4.5 Peripheral Device Connection
Cables provided by IEI that connect peripheral devices to the board are listed in Table
4-1. Cables not included in the kit must be separately purchased.
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Quantity Type
1
mini jumper pack
1
ATA 66/100 HDD cable
2
SATA cables
1
SATA power cable
1
Dual RS-232 cables
Table 4-1: IEI Provided Cables
4.5.1 IDE Disk Drive Connectors (CN29 Primary, CN28 Secondary)
The cable used to connect the CPU card to an IDE HDD is a standard 40-pin ATA66/100
flat cable. Follow the instructions below to connect an IDE HDD to the CPU card.
Step 1: Find the ATA66/100 flat cable in the kit that came with the CPU card.
Step 2: Connect one end of the cable to the CN29 (Primary IDE) connector on the CPU
card. A keyed pin on the IDE connector prevents IT from being connected
incorrectly.
Step 3: Locate the red wire on the cable that corresponds to the pin 1 connector.
Step 4: Connect the cable to the HDD making sure that the pin 1 cable corresponds to
pin 1 on the connector.Step 0:
Figure 4-2: Connection of IDE1 Connector
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NOTE:
When two EIDE disk drives are connected together, back-end jumpers on
the drives must be used to configure one drive as a master and the other as
a slave.
4.5.2 COM3-COM6 RS-232 Serial Port Installation
The cable used to connect the motherboard to an RS-232 serial port is a 10-pin header to
male D-sub 9 connector. To connect an RS-232 serial port to the motherboard, follow the
instructions below.
Step 1: Find the RS-232 cable in the kit that came with the motherboard.
Step 2: Connect the 10-pin connector end of the cables to the COM3 to COM6 box
headers on the motherboard. Be sure to align the red wire on the connector to
pin 1 on the box header.
Step 3: Connect the other end of the cables to standard female D-sub 9 connectors.
Step 0:
4.5.3 COM2 RS-232/485 Serial Port Installation
To connect an RS-232/485 serial port to the motherboard, follow the instructions below.
Step 1: Connect the 14-pin connector end of an RS-422/485 serial port cable to the
CN10 connector on the motherboard.Step 0:
NOTE:
Be sure to configure the JP2 COM2 RS232/RS485 Select Jumper for either an
RS-232 or RS-485 connection. Refer to Section 4.5 for more information.
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4.5.4 LCD Backlight Installation
To connect an LCD backlight (inverter) to the motherboard, follow the instructions below.
Step 1: Connect the 5-pin connector end of the LCD backlight cable to the CN12 header
on the motherboard. A keyed pin on the connector prevents it from being
connected incorrectly.Step 0:
4.5.5 Power Connection
To connect the motherboard to a power supply, follow the instructions below.
Step 1: Connect a 20-pin AT/ATX power connector from a power supply to the CN19
power connector on the motherboard. A keyed pin on the connector prevents it
from being connected incorrectly.Step 0:
4.5.6 LVDS LCD Installation
To connect a LVDS LCD to the motherboard, follow the instructions below.
Step 1: Connect the 20-pin connector end of a TTL LCD cable to the CN13 miniature
crimping connector on the motherboard. A keyed pin on the connector prevents
it from being connected incorrectly.Step 0:
4.5.7 TTL LCD Installation
To connect a TTL LCD to the motherboard, follow the instructions below.
Step 1: Connect the 40-pin connector end of a TTL LCD cable to the CN11 miniature
crimping connector on the motherboard. A keyed pin on the connector prevents
it from being connected incorrectly.Step 0:
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4.6 Jumper Settings
NOTE:
A jumper is a metal bridge that is used to
close an electrical circuit. It consists of
two metal pins and a small metal clip
(often protected by a plastic cover) that
slides over the pins to connect them. To
CLOSE/SHORT a jumper means
connecting the pins of the jumper with
Jumper
the plastic clip and to OPEN a jumper
means removing the plastic clip from a
jumper.
Before the KINO-LX is installed in the system, the jumpers must be set in accordance with
the desired configuration. The KINO-LX motherboard has six on-board jumpers.
Description
Label
Type
Clear CMOS
JP4
3-pin header
LCD voltage select
JP3
3-pin header
COM2 RS-232/422/485 select
JP2
6-pin header
COM1/2 RI and voltage select
JP1
10-pin header
LCD clock setup
JP5
3-pin header
AT/ATX power mode select
JP6
2-pin header
Table 4-2: Jumpers
Figure 4-3 shows the KINO-LX jumper locations.
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Figure 4-3: Jumper Locations
4.6.1 Clear CMOS Jumper
Jumper Label:
JP4
Jumper Type:
3-pin header
Jumper Settings:
See Table 4-3
Jumper Location:
See Figure 4-3
If the KINO-LX fails to boot due to improper BIOS settings, use this connector to clear the
CMOS data and reset the system BIOS information. To do this, use the jumper cap to
close pins 2 and 3 for a few seconds then reinstall the jumper clip back to pins 1 and 2.
If the “CMOS Settings Wrong” message is displayed during the boot up process, the fault
may be corrected by pressing the F1 to enter the CMOS Setup menu. Do one of the
following:
Enter the correct CMOS setting
Load Optimal Defaults
Load Failsafe Defaults.
After having done one of the above, save the changes and exit the CMOS Setup menu.
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Clear CMOS
DESCRIPTION
Short 1 - 2 (Default)
Keep CMOS Setup
Short 2 - 3
Clear CMOS Setup
Table 4-3: Clear CMOS Jumper Settings
4.6.2 LCD Voltage Select Jumper
WARNING:
Making the wrong setting on this jumper may cause irreparable damage to
both the motherboard and the LCD screen connected to the on-board
connector.
Jumper Label:
JP3
Jumper Type:
3-pin header
Jumper Settings:
See Table 4-4
Jumper Location:
See Figure 4-3
This jumper allows the user to set the voltage for the LCD panel. Before setting this jumper
please refer to the LCD panel user guide to determine the required voltage. After the
required voltage is known, make the necessary jumper setting in accordance with the
settings shown in Table 4-4.
JP3
DESCRIPTION
Short 1-2 (Default)
Panel Voltage select 3V
Short 2-3
Panel Voltage select 5V
Table 4-4: LCD Voltage Setup Jumper Settings
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4.6.3 COM2 RS-232/422/485 Select
Jumper Label:
JP2
Jumper Type:
6-pin header
Jumper Settings:
See Table 4-5
Jumper Location:
See Figure 4-3
The RS-232/422/485 select jumper sets the communication protocol used by the second
serial communications port (COM2) as RS-232, RS-422 or RS-485.
JP2
DESCRIPTION
Short 1-2
RS-232
Short 3-4
RS-422
Short 5-6
RS-485
Table 4-5: COM2 RS-232/422/485 Select Settings
4.6.4 COM1/2 RI and Voltage Select Jumper
Jumper Label:
JP1
Jumper Type:
10-pin header
Jumper Settings:
See Table 4-6
Jumper Location:
See Figure 4-3
This jumper allows the user to set the voltage for pin 9 on COM1 or COM2. Pin 9 is
traditionally a ring line but this jumper can set pin 9 to supply 5V or 12V power to a serial
device connected to COM1 or COM2. Make the necessary jumper setting in accordance
with the settings shown in Table 4-6.
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JP1
DESCRIPTION
1-3
COM1 RI Pin Use +12V
3-5
COM1 RI Pin Use +5V
7-9
COM1 RI Pin Use RI
2-4
COM2 RI Pin Use +12V
4-6
COM2 RI Pin Use +5V
8-10
COM2 RI Pin Use RI
Table 4-6: COM2 Voltage Setup Jumper Settings
4.6.5 LCD Clock Jumper
Jumper Label:
JP5
Jumper Type:
3-pin header
Jumper Settings:
See Table 4-7
Jumper Location:
See Figure 4-3
The LCD clock jumper sets the LCD panel shift clock.
JP5
Description
1-2
Inverted Output (Default)
2-3
Normal Output
Table 4-7: LCD Clock Jumper Settings
4.6.6 AT/ATX Power Mode Select Jumper
Jumper Label:
JP6
Jumper Type:
2-pin header
Jumper Settings:
See Table 4-8
Jumper Location:
See Figure 4-3
The AT/ATX power mode select jumper block controls the connection to a power supply.
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The AT/ATX power connector is used to connect a chassis power On/Off button using an
adapter cable and is configured through the JP6 jumper. The AT/ATX power connector
has two operational modes:
1. Using ATX power: AT/ATX power connects to an externally implemented power
switch, and the JP6 jumper should be left open.
2. Using AT power: The pins on JP6 are shorted by a jumper cap. JP6 should be
shorted by default as the AMD Southbridge is designed without the consideration
for a power button signal. The shorted JP6 provides a hardware feedback to
initiate the system. The power on/off function is then managed by the AT power
switch button.
JP6
Description
Short
AT Mode (Default)
Open
ATX Mode
Table 4-8: AT/ATX Power Mode Select Jumper Settings
4.7 Chassis Installation
After the DIMM modules have been installed and after the internal peripheral connectors
have been connected to the peripheral devices and the jumpers have been configured,
the KINO-LX can be mounted into chassis.
To mount a board into a chassis, please refer to the chassis user guide that came with the
product.
4.8 Rear Panel Connectors
4.8.1 Keyboard and Mouse Connection
A PS/2 keyboard and a PS/2 mouse can be connected to the appropriate PS/2 connector
on the rear panel.
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4.8.2 Serial Connection
The external peripheral interface connector panel serial connector provides easy and
quick access to external serial devices.
4.8.3 Parallel Connector
The external parallel port connector connects to a printer. The parallel port interface can
be re-assigned to LPT2 or LPT3 through the BIOS configuration utility. The default
interrupt channel is IRQ7. Select ECP or EPP DMA mode using the BIOS configuration
utility.
4.8.4 LCD Panel Connection
The conventional CRT monitor connector is a 15-pin, female D-SUB connector. It can be
connected to an external monitor.
4.8.5 Ethernet Connection
The rear panel RJ-45 connectors can be connected to an external LAN and communicate
with data transfer rates up to 10Mbps and 100Mbps.
4.8.6 USB Connection
The rear panel USB connectors provide easier and quicker access to external USB
devices. The rear panel USB connector is a standard connector and can easily be
connected to other USB devices.
4.8.7 Audio Interface
AC’97 Audio signals are interfaced through two phone jack connections. The red phone
jack is for Mic In and green is for Speaker Out.
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Chapter
5
5 BIOS Settings
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5.1 Introduction
A licensed copy of Phoenix Award BIOS is preprogrammed into the ROM BIOS. The BIOS
setup program allows users to modify the basic system configuration.
This chapter
describes how to access the BIOS setup program and the configuration options that may
be changed.
5.1.1 Starting Setup
The Phoenix Award BIOS is activated when the computer is turned on. The setup program
can be activated in one of two ways.
1. Press the DELETE key as soon as the system is turned on or
2. Press the DELETE key when the “Press Del to enter SETUP” message
appears on the screen.
If the message disappears, restart the computer and try again.
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5.1.2 Using Setup
Use the arrow keys to highlight items, press ENTER to select, use the PAGEUP and
PAGEDOWN keys to change entries, press F1 for help and press ESC to quit. Navigation
keys are shown below.
Key
Function
Up arrow
Move to the item above
Down arrow
Move to the item below
Left arrow
Move to the item on the left hand side
Right arrow
Move to the item on the right hand side
+/Page up
Increase the numeric value or make changes
-/Page down
Decrease the numeric value or make changes
Esc
Main Menu – Quit and do not save changes into CMOS
Status Page Setup Menu and Option Page Setup Menu -Exit current page and return to Main Menu
F1
General help, only for Status Page Setup Menu and Option
Page Setup Menu
F2
Item help
F5
Previous values for the page menu items
F6
Fail-safe defaults for the current page menu items
F7
Optimized defaults for the current page menu items
F9
Menu in BIOS
F10
Save changes and Exit BIOS
Table 5-1: BIOS Navigation Keys
5.1.3 Getting Help
When F1 is pressed a small help window describing the appropriate keys to use and the
possible selections for the highlighted item appears. To exit the Help Window press ESC or
the F1 key again.
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5.1.4 Unable to Reboot After Configuration Changes
If the system cannot be booted after changes are made, restore the CMOS defaults. The
CPU card should come with a restore CMOS settings jumper. Refer to Section 4.5.1 for
more information.
5.1.5 Main BIOS Menu
Once the BIOS opens, the main menu (BIOS Menu 1) appears.
BIOS Menu 1: AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
NOTE:
The following sections will completely describe the menus listed below and
the configuration options available to users.
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The following menu options are seen in BIOS Menu 1.
Standard CMOS Features: Changes the basic system configuration.
Advanced BIOS Features: Changes the advanced system settings.
Advanced Chipset Features: Changes the chipset configuration features.
Integrated Peripherals: Changes the settings for integrated peripherals.
Power Management Setup: Configures power saving options.
PnP/PCI Configurations: Changes the advanced PCI/PnP settings.
PC Health Status: Monitors essential system parameters.
The following user configurable options are also available in BIOS Menu 1:
Load Fail-Safe Defaults
Select this option to load failsafe default values for each BIOS parameter in the setup
menus. Press F6 for this operation on any page.
Load Optimized Defaults
Select this option to load optimal default values for each BIOS parameter in the setup
menus. Press F7 for this operation on any page.
Set Supervisor Password
By default, no supervisor password is set. To install a supervisor password, select this
field and enter the password. After this option is selected, a red dialogue box appears with
“Enter Password: ”. Type the password and press ENTER. Retype the original password
into the “Confirm Password: ” dialogue box and press ENTER. To disable the password,
simply press ENTER in the “Enter Password: ” dialogue box, then press any key in the
“Password Disabled !!!” dialogue box.
Set User Password
By default no user password is set. To install a user password, select this field and enter
the password. After this option is selected, a red dialogue box appears with “Enter
Password: ”. Type the password and press ENTER. Retype the original password into the
“Confirm Password: ” dialogue box and press ENTER. To disable the password, simply
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press ENTER in the “Enter Password: ” dialogue box, then press any key in the
“Password Disabled !!!” dialogue box.
Save & Exit Setup
Select this option to save any configuration changes made and exit the BIOS menus.
Exit Without Saving
Select this option exit the BIOS menus without saving any configuration changes.
5.2 Standard CMOS Features
Use the Standard CMOS Features BIOS menu (BIOS Menu 2) to set basic BIOS
configuration options.
BIOS Menu 2: Standard CMOS Features
Date [Day mm:dd:yyyy]
The Date option sets the system date.
Time [hh/mm/ss]
The Time option sets the system time.
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IDE Master and IDE Slave
When entering setup, BIOS auto detects the presence of IDE devices. The Standard
CMOS Features menu shows the status of the auto detected IDE devices. The following
IDE devices are detected and shown in the Standard CMOS Features menu:
IDE Primary Master
IDE Primary Slave
IDE device configurations are changed or set in the IDE Configuration menu (BIOS Menu
3). If an IDE device is detected, and one of the above listed two BIOS configuration
options is selected, the IDE configuration options shown in Section 5.2.1 appear.
Drive A [1.44M, 3.5in]
Use the Drive A configuration to specify the floppy drive type installed in the system. The
floppy drive configuration options are:
None
360K, 5.25 in.
1.2M, 5.25 in.
720K, 3.5 in.
1.44M, 3.5in (Default)
2.88M, 3.5 in.
Drive B [None]
Use the Drive B configuration to specify the floppy drive type installed in the system. The
floppy drive configuration options are:
None (Default)
360K, 5.25 in.
1.2M, 5.25 in.
720K, 3.5 in.
1.44M, 3.5in
2.88M, 3.5 in.
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Halt On [All, But Keyboard]
Use the Halt On option to specify what errors detected during the power up process stop
the system.
Whenever BIOS detects a non-fatal error the
All Errors
system is stopped and the user prompted.
The system boot is not stopped for any errors
No Errors
that may be detected.
All, But Keyboard
(Default)
The system boot does not stop for a keyboard
error; it stops for all other errors.
All, But Diskette
The system boot does not stop for a disk
error; it stops for all other errors.
All, But Disk/Key
The system boot does not stop for a keyboard
or a disk error; it stops for all other errors.
Base Memory:
The Base Memory is NOT user configurable. The POST determines the amount of base
(or conventional) memory installed in the system. The value of the base memory is
typically 512K for systems with 512K memory installed, or 640K for systems with 640K or
more memory installed.
Extended Memory
The Extended Memory is NOT user configurable. The BIOS determines how much
extended memory is present during the POST. This is the amount of memory above 1MB
located in the memory address map of the CPU.
Total Memory
The Total Memory is NOT user configurable.
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5.2.1 IDE Primary Master/Slave
Use the IDE Primary Master/Slave menu (BIOS Menu 3) to set or change the
master/slave IDE configurations.
BIOS Menu 3: IDE Primary Master
IDE HDD Auto-Detection [Press Enter]
Use the IDE HDD Auto-Detection option to enable BIOS to automatically detect the IDE
settings. Select IDE HDD Auto-Detection and press ENTER. BIOS automatically detects
the HDD type. Do not set this option manually.
IDE Primary Master [Auto]
Use the IDE Primary Master option to activate or deactivate the following drive channels:
Channel 0 Master
Channel 0 Slave
Channel 1 Master
Channel 0 Slave
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If no drives are connected to the IDE channel select this
None
option.
Once
set,
this
IDE
channel
becomes
inaccessible and any drives attached to it are
undetected.
Auto
(Default)
Setting this option allows the device to be automatically
detected by the BIOS.
Selecting this option allows manual configuration of the
Manual
device on the IDE channel in BIOS.
Access Mode [Auto]
The Access Mode option can only be configured if the IDE Primary Master is set to
either Manual or Auto. Use the Access Mode option to determine the hard disk BIOS
translation modes. Most systems now use hard drives with large capacities and therefore
either the LBA translation mode or auto mode should be selected.
Select this mode if the HDD capacity is less than
CHS
504MB.
Select this mode if the HDD capacity is more than
LBA
8.4GB.
This mode is an extended ECHS mode and while it
Large
supports
HDDs
larger
than
504MB,
it
is
not
recommended.
Auto
(Default)
If you are unsure of what access mode to set, select this
option.
Capacity
The Capacity specification indicates the storage capacity of the HDD installed in the
system.
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Cylinder
The Cylinder specification indicates how many cylinders (tracks) are on the HDD installed
in the system.
Head
The Head specification indicates how many logical heads are on the HDD installed in the
system.
Precomp
The Precomp specification indicates on what track the write precompensation begins.
Landing Zone
The Landing Zone specification indicates where the disk head will park itself after the
system powers off.
Sector
The Sector specification indicates how many logical sectors the HDD has been divided
into.
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5.3 Advanced BIOS Features
CPU and peripheral device configuration options are accessed in the Advanced BIOS
Features menu (BIOS Menu 4).
BIOS Menu 4: Advanced BIOS Features
Virus Warning [Disabled]
NOTE:
Many disk diagnostic programs can cause the above warning message to
appear when the program attempts to access the boot sector table. If you
are running such a program, it is recommended that the virus protection
function be disabled beforehand.
Use the Virus Warning option to enable BIOS to monitor the boot sector and partition
table of the HDD for any attempted modification. If a modification attempt is made, the
BIOS halts the system and an error message appears. If necessary, an anti-virus program
can then be run to locate and remove the virus before any damage is done.
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Activates automatically when the system boots up
Enabled
causing a warning message to appear when anything
attempts to access the boot sector or HDD partition table.
Disabled
(Default)
No warning message appears when there is an attempt
to access the boot sector or HDD partition table.
CPU Internal Cache [Enabled]
Use the CPU Internal Cache option to enable or disable the internal CPU cache.
The internal CPU cache is disabled.
Disabled
Enabled
(Default)
The internal CPU cache is enabled.
Boot From LAN Control [Disabled]
Use the BOOT From LAN Control option to enable the system to be booted from a
remote system.
Disabled
(Default)
The system cannot be booted from a remote system
through the LAN.
The system can be booted from a remote system
Enabled
through the LAN.
SATA Boot ROM Control [Disabled]
Use the SATA Boot ROM Control option to configure SATA IDE use in DOS mode.
Disabled
Enabled
(Default)
Disables SATA IDE use in DOS mode.
Enables SATA IDE use in DOS mode.
Boot Device
Use the Boot Device options to select the order of the devices the system boots from.
There are three boot device configuration options:
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First Boot Device [Default: Floppy]
Second Boot Device [Default: HDD-0]
Third Boot Device [Default: LS120]
Using the default values, the system first looks for a floppy disk to boot from. If it cannot
find a floppy disk, it boots from an HDD. If both The floppy and the HDD are unavailable,
the system boots from a CDROM drive.
Boot Device configuration options are:
Floppy
LS120
HDD-0
SCSI
CDROM
HDD-1
ZIP100
USB-FDD
USB-ZIP
USB-CDROM
USB-HDD
LAN
Disabled
Boot Other Device [Enabled]
Use the Boot Other Device option to determine whether the system uses a second or
third boot device if the first boot device is not found.
The system does not look for second and third boot
Disabled
devices if the first one is not found.
Enabled
(Default)
The system looks for second and third boot devices if the
first one is not found.
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Swap Floppy Drive [Disabled]
The Swap Floppy Drive option is effective only in systems with two floppy drives.
Selecting Enabled assigns physical drive B to logical drive A, and physical drive A to
logical drive B.
Assigns physical drive B to logical drive A, and physical
Enabled
drive A to logical drive B.
Disabled
(Default)
Default physical/logical drive assignations.
Boot Up Floppy Seek [Disabled]
Use the Boot Up Floppy Seek option to enable the BIOS to determine if the floppy disk
drive installed has 40 or 80 tracks during the POST. 360K FDDs have 40 tracks while
760K, 1.2M and 1.44M FDDs all have 80 tracks.
Disabled
(Default)
BIOS does not search for the type of FDD drive by track
number. Note that there is no warning message if the
drive installed is 360K.
BIOS searches for a FDD to determine if it has 40 or 80
Enabled
tracks. Note that BIOS cannot tell the difference between
720K, 1.2M or 1.44M drives as they all have 80 tracks.
Boot Up Numlock Status [On]
Use the Boot Up Numlock Status option to specify the default state of the numeric
keypad.
The keys on the keypad are not activated.
Off
On
(Default)
Activates the keys on the keypad.
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Gate A20 Option [Fast]
Use the Gate A20 Option option to set if the keyboard controller or the chipset controls
the Gate A20 switching.
The keyboard controller does the switching.
Normal
Fast
(Default)
The chipset does the switching.
Typematic Rate Setting [Disabled]
Use the Typematic Rate Setting configuration option to specify if only one character is
allowed to appear on the screen if a key is continuously held down. When this option is
enabled, the BIOS reports as before, but it then waits a moment, and, if the key is still held
down, it begins to report that the key has been pressed repeatedly. This feature
accelerates cursor movement with the arrow keys.
Disabled
(Default)
Disables the typematic rate.
Enables the typematic rate.
Enabled
Typematic Rate (Chars/sec) [6]
The Typematic Rate option can only be configured if the Typematic Rate Setting is
enabled. Use the Typematic Rate option to specify the rate keys are accelerated.
6
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(Default)
6 characters per second
8
8 characters per second
10
10 characters per second
12
12 characters per second
15
15 characters per second
20
20 characters per second
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30 characters per second
30
Typematic Delay (Msec) [250]
The Typematic Rate option can only be configured if the Typematic Rate Setting is
enabled. Use the Typematic Delay option to specify the delay time between when a key
is first pressed and when the acceleration begins.
250
(Default)
250 milliseconds
500
500 milliseconds
750
750 milliseconds
1000
1000 milliseconds
Security Option [Setup]
Use the Security Option to limit access to both the system and Setup, or just Setup.
Setup
(Default)
The system does not boot and access to Setup is denied
if the correct password is not entered at the prompt.
System
The system boots, but access to Setup is denied if the
correct password is not entered at the prompt.
NOTE:
To disable security, select the password setting in the Main Menu. When
asked to enter a password, don’t type anything, press ENTER and the
security is disabled. Once the security is disabled, the system boots and
Setup can be accessed.
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OS Select For DRAM > 64MB [Non-OS2]
Use the OS Select For DRAM > 64MB option to specify the operating system.
Specifies the operating system used as OS/2.
Enabled
Disabled
(Default)
Select this option when not using the OS/2 operating
system.
Delay for HDD (Secs) [3]
Use the Delay for HDD option to specify the period of time the system should wait before
the HDD is identified. If selected, the user is asked to enter a number between 0 and 15.
The number specified is the number of seconds the system waits before the HDD is
identified.
Small Logo (EPA) Show [Disabled]
Use the Small Logo (EPA) Show option to specify if the Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) logo appears during the system boot-up process. If enabled, the boot up
process may be delayed.
Disabled
Enabled
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EPA logo does not appear during boot up.
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5.4 Advanced Chipset Features
Use the Advanced Chipset Features menu (BIOS Menu 5) to change chipset
configuration options.
BIOS Menu 5: Advanced Chipset Features
CPU Frequency [500MHz]
Use the CPU Frequency option to set the CPU frequency.
500MHz (Default)
Memory Frequency [Auto]
Use the Memory Frequency option to set the frequency of the installed DRAM modules.
The Memory Frequency options are:
Auto (Default)
DDR 200
DDR 266
DDR 333
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CAS Latency [Auto]
Use the CAS Latency Time option to set the Column Address Strobe (CAS) delay time.
The CAS Latency Time options are:
Auto (Default)
1.5 nanoseconds
2.0 nanoseconds
2.5 nanoseconds
3.0 nanoseconds
3.5 nanoseconds
Interleave Select [LOI]
Use the Interleave Select option to specify how the cache memory is interleaved.
(Default)
LOI
Low order interleaving (LOI) of memory occurs.
High order interleaving (HOI) of memory occurs.
HOI
Video Memory Size [8M]
Use the Video Memory Size option to determine how much memory is allocated to the
video graphics device. The Video Memory Size options are:
None
8M (Default)
16M
32M
64M
128M
254M
Output Display [CRT]
Use the Output Display configuration to specify the display devices the system is
connected to. The Output Display options are:
Flat Panel
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CRT (Default)
Panel & CRT
Flat Panel Configuration [Press Enter]
Use the Flat Panel Configuration option to open the Flat Panel Configuration menu. The
Flat Panel Configuration options are shown in Section 5.4.1.
OnBoard Audio [Enabled]
Use the OnBoard Audio option to enable or disable the onboard codec.
The onboard codec is disabled.
Disabled
Enabled
(Default)
The onboard codec is detected and enabled.
5.4.1 Flat Panel Configuration
Use the Flat Panel Configuration menu (BIOS Menu 6) to set the configuration settings
for the flat panel screen connected to the system.
BIOS Menu 6: Flat Panel Configuration
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Flat Panel Type [Auto]
Use the Flat Panel Type option to specify the type of flat panel screen connected to the
system.
TFT
Specifies the system is connected to a TFT display.
LVDS
Specifies the system is connected to an LVDS display.
Auto
(Default)
The system detects the display type and the display
settings.
Resolution [800 x 600]
The Resolution option can only be configured if the Flat Panel Type option is not set to
Auto. Use the Resolution option to set the resolution of the flat panel screen connected
to the system. The Resolution options are:
320 x 240
640 x 480
800 x 600 (Default)
1024 x 768
1152 x 864
1280 x 1024
1600 x 1200
Data Bus Type [9 – 24 bits, 1 ppc]
The Data Bus Type option can only be configured if the Flat Panel Type option is not set
to Auto. Use the Data Bus Type option to set the bus type and the data bus width used to
transfer data between the system and the flat panel screen connected to the system. The
Data Bus Type options are:
9-24 bits, 1 ppc (Default)
18, 24 bits, 2 ppc
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Refresh Rate [60Hz]
The Refresh Rate option can only be configured if the Flat Panel Type option is not set to
Auto. Use the Refresh Rate option to set the screen refresh rate required by the panel
connected to the system. Check the documentation that came with the panel before
setting this option. The Refresh Rate options are:
60Hz (Default)
70Hz
72Hz
75Hz
85Hz
90Hz
100Hz
HSYNC Polarity [Low]
The HSYNC Polarity option can only be configured if the Flat Panel Type option is not
set to Auto. Use the HSYNC Polarity option to set the polarity of the HSYNC signal to the
panel. The HSYNC Polarity options are:
High
Low (Default)
VSYNC Polarity Active [Low]
The VGSYNC Polarity Active option can only be configured if the Flat Panel Type option
is not set to Auto. Use the VGSYNC Polarity Active option to set the polarity of the
VSYNC signal to the panel. The VGSYNC Polarity Active options are:
High
Low (Default)
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SHFCLK Active Period [Free Running]
Use the SHFCLK Active Period option to set the SHFCLK. The SHFCLK Active Period
options are:
Active Only
Free running (Default)
LP Active Period [Free Running]
Use the LP Active Period option to set the LDE/MOD signal to the panel. The LP Active
Period options are:
Active Only
Free running (Default)
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5.5 Integrated Peripherals
Use the Integrated Peripherals menu (BIOS Menu 7) to change the configuration options
for the attached peripheral devices.
BIOS Menu 7: Integrated Peripherals
On-Chip IDE Channel 1 [Enabled]
The On-Chip IDE Channel 1 option is enabled and is NOT user configurable.
Drive PIO Mode [Auto]
Use the Drive PIO Mode options below to select the Programmed Input/Output (PIO)
mode for the following HDDs:
Master Drive PIO Mode
Slave Drive PIO Mode
Auto
(Default)
The computer selects the correct mode.
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Mode 0
PIO mode 0 selected with a maximum transfer rate of 3.3MBps.
Mode 1
PIO mode 1 selected with a maximum transfer rate of 5.2MBps.
Mode 2
PIO mode 2 selected with a maximum transfer rate of 8.3MBps.
Mode 3
PIO mode 3 selected with a maximum transfer rate of 11.1MBps.
Mode 4
PIO mode 4 selected with a maximum transfer rate of 16.6MBps.
IDE UDMA [Auto]
Use the IDE UDMA option below to select the Ultra DMA (UDMA) mode for the following
HDDs:
IDE Primary Master UDMA
IDE Primary Slave UDMA
Auto
(Default)
The computer selects the correct UDMA.
The UDMA for the HDD device is disabled.
Disabled
IDE DMA transfer access [Enabled]
Use the IDE DMA transfer access option to enable or disable DMA support for IDE
devices connected to the system.
All IDE drive DMA transfers are disabled. The IDE drives
Disabled
use PIO mode transfers.
Enabled
(Default)
All IDE drive DMA transfers are enabled.
IDE HDD Block Mode [Enabled]
If the drive connected to the system supports block mode, use the IDE HDD Block Mode
option to enable the system to detect the optimal number of block read/writes per sector
the system IDE drive can support. Block mode is also called block transfer, multiple
commands, or multiple sector read/write.
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Block mode is not supported.
Disabled
Enabled
(Default)
Block mode is supported.
Onboard FDC Controller [Enabled]
Use the Onboard FDC Controller option to enable or disable the onboard floppy
controller. If the system is not connected to a floppy disk or uses an adapter for the FDD,
this option can be disabled.
The FDD controller is disabled.
Disabled
Enabled
(Default)
The FDD controller is enabled.
Onboard Serial Port 1 [3F8/IRQ4]
Use the Onboard Serial Port 1 option to select the I/O address and IRQ for the onboard
serial port 1. The serial port can be disabled or the I/O address and the IRQ can be
automatically selected by the BIOS. The Onboard Serial Port 1 options are:
Disabled
3F8/IRQ4 (Default)
2F8/IRQ3
3E8/IRQ4
2E8/IRQ3
Auto
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Onboard Serial Port 2 [2F8/IRQ3]
Use the Onboard Serial Port 2 option to select the I/O address and IRQ for the onboard
serial port 2. The serial port can be disabled or the I/O address and the IRQ can be
automatically selected by the BIOS. The Onboard Serial Port 2 options are:
Disabled
3F8/IRQ4
2F8/IRQ3 (Default)
3E8/IRQ4
2E8/IRQ3
Auto
Onboard Serial Port # [XXX]
Use the Onboard Serial Port # option to select the I/O address and IRQ for any additional
onboard serial ports. The Onboard Serial Port # address options are:
Disabled
3F8
2F8
3E8
2E8
4F8
4E0
Serial Port # Use IRQ [XXX]
Use the Serial Port # Use IRQ option to select the IRQ for the additional onboard serial
ports listed above. The Serial Port # Use IRQ IRQ options are:
IRQ5
IRQ7
IRQ10
IRQ11
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Onboard Parallel Port [378/IRQ7]
Use the Onboard Parallel Port option to specify a logical LPT port address and
corresponding interrupt for the physical parallel port. The Onboard Parallel Port options
are:
Disabled
378/IRQ7 (Default)
278/IRQ5
3BC/IRQ7
Parallel Port Mode [SPP]
Use the Parallel Port Mode option to select parallel port operation mode.
SPP
(Default)
The parallel port operates in the standard parallel port
(SPP) mode. This parallel port mode works with most
parallel port devices but is slow.
EPP
The parallel port operates in the enhanced parallel port
mode (EPP). The EPP mode supports bi-directional
communication between the system and the parallel
port device and the transmission rates between the two
are much faster than the SPP mode.
ECP
The parallel port operates in the extended capabilities
port
(ECP)
mode.
The
ECP
mode
supports
bi-directional communication between the system and
the parallel port device and the transmission rates
between the two are much faster than the SPP mode.
ECP+EPP
The parallel port is compatible with both ECP and EPP
devices.
Normal
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x EPP Mode Select [EPP1.7]
The EPP Mode Select option is only available if the Parallel Port Mode option is set to
EPP mode. Use the EPP Mode Select option to select the parallel port mode standard for
the parallel port.
EPP 1.9 is selected as the EPP standard.
EPP1.9
EPP1.7
(Default)
EPP 1.7 is selected as the EPP standard.
x ECP Mode Use DMA [3]
The ECP Mode Use DMA option is only available if the Parallel Port Mode option is set
to ECP mode. Use the ECP Mode Use DMA option to specify the DMA channel the
parallel port must use in the ECP mode.
The parallel port uses DMA Channel 1 in ECP mode.
1
3
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5.6 Power Management Setup
Use the Power Management Setup menu (BIOS Menu 8) to set the BIOS power
management and saving features.
BIOS Menu 8: Power Management Setup
x ACPI Function [Disabled]
The ACPI Function is enabled when the Power Management option is set to ACPI;
otherwise, it is disabled.
ACPI Suspend Type [S1&S3]
When the system is in the [S1&S3] suspend state, the system appears off. The CPU is
stopped, RAM is refreshed and the system is runs in a low power mode.
S1(POS)
Sets the ACPI Suspend Type to POS (Power On Suspend).
S3(STR)
Sets the ACPI Suspend Type to STR (Suspend To RAM).
S1&S3
(Default)
Sets the ACPI Suspend Type to POS and STR.
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Power Management [ACPI]
Use the Power Management option to set the power management type used by the
system.
All power management options are turned off. The only
Disabled
user configurable options are the power button and
alarm settings.
Legacy
Standby and suspend modes can be set.
APM
Advanced power management (APM) is activated
(Default)
ACPI
Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) is
activated.
x Standby Mode [Disabled]
The Standby Mode option can only be selected if the Power Management option is set
to Legacy. The Standby Mode specifies the amount of time the system can be inactive
before the system enters standby mode. The Standby Mode options are:
Disabled (Default)
1 Sec
5 Sec
10 Sec
15 Sec
30 Sec
45 Sec
1 Min
5 Min
10 Min
15 Min
30 Min
45 Min
60 Min
90 Min
120 Min
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x Suspend Mode [Disabled]
The Suspend Mode option can only be selected if the Power Management option is set
to Legacy. The Suspend Mode specifies the amount of time the system can be inactive
before the system enters suspend mode. The Suspend Mode options are:
Disabled (Default)
1 Sec
5 Sec
10 Sec
15 Sec
30 Sec
45 Sec
1 Min
5 Min
10 Min
15 Min
30 Min
45 Min
60 Min
90 Min
120 Min
Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN [Instant-Off]
Use the Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN option to enabled the system to enter a very
low-power-usage state when the power button is pressed.
Instant-Off
(Default)
When the power button is pressed, the system is
immediately shutdown.
Delay 4-sec
To shutdown the system the power button must be held
down longer than four seconds otherwise the system
enters a low power usage state.
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5.7 PnP/PCI Configurations
Use the PnP/PCI Configurations menu (BIOS Menu 9) to set the plug and play, and PCI
options.
BIOS Menu 9: PnP/PCI Configurations
PNP OS Installed [No]
The PNP OS Installed option determines whether the Plug and Play devices connected to
the system are configured by the operating system or the BIOS.
No
(Default)
If the operating system does not meet the Plug and Play
specifications, BIOS configures all the devices in the system.
Yes
Set this option if the system is running Plug and Play aware
operating systems. The operating system changes the
interrupt, I/O, and DMA settings.
Reset Configuration Data [Disabled]
Use the Reset Configuration Data option to reset the Extended System Configuration
Data (ESCD) when exiting setup if booting problems occur after a new add-on is installed.
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Disabled
(Default)
ESCD will not be reconfigured
ESCD will be reconfigured after you exit setup
Enabled
Resources Controlled By [Auto (ESCD)]
Use the Resources Controlled By option to either manually configure all the boot and
plug and play devices, or allow BIOS to configure these devices automatically. If BIOS is
allowed to configure the devices automatically IRQs, DMA and memory base address
fields cannot be set manually.
Auto(ESCD)
(Default)
BIOS automatically configures plug and play devices as
well as boot devices.
Manual
Manually configure the plug and play devices and any
other boot devices.
x IRQ Resources [Press Enter]
The IRQ Resources option (BIOS Menu 10) can only be selected if the Resources
Controlled By option is set to Manual.
BIOS Menu 10: IRQ Resources
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The IRQ Resources menu has the following options:
IRQ-3 assigned to
IRQ-4 assigned to
IRQ-5 assigned to
IRQ-7 assigned to
IRQ-10 assigned to
IRQ-11 assigned to
The above options all have the following default options.
PCI Device
(Default)
The IRQ is assigned to legacy ISA for devices compliant
with the original PC AT bus specification, PCI/ISA PNP for
devices compliant with the Plug and Play standard
whether designed for PCI or ISA bus architecture.
Reserved
The IRQ is reserved by BIOS.
x Memory Resources [Press Enter]
The Memory Resources menu (BIOS Menu 11) can only be accessed if the Resources
Controlled By option is set to Manual. Use Memory Resources to select a base address
and the length for the memory area used by a peripheral that requires high memory.
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BIOS Menu 11: Memory Resources
The menu has two configurable options:
Reserved Memory Base
Reserved Memory Length
Reserved Memory Base [N/A]
The Reserved Memory Base option specifies the base address for the peripheral device.
The Reserved Memory Base options are:
N/A (Default)
C800
CC00
D000
D400
D800
DC00
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x Reserved Memory Length [8K]
The Reserved Memory Length option can only be accessed if the Reserved Memory
Base option is not set to N/A. The Reserved Memory Length specifies the amount of
memory reserved for the peripheral device. The Reserved Memory Length options:
8K (Default)
16K
32K
64K
5.8 PC Health Status
The PC Health Status menu (BIOS Menu 12) has two user configurable options, and
shows system operating parameters that are essential to the stable operation of the
system.
BIOS Menu 12: PC Health Status
Shutdown Temperature [60°C/140°F]
Use the Shutdown Temperature option to specify a CPU operating temperature
threshold that, when reached, would shutdown the system.
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60°C/140°F (Default)
65°C/149°F
70°C/158°F
Disabled
CPU Warning Temperature [Disabled]
Use the CPU Warning Temperature option to specify a CPU operating temperature
threshold that, when reached, generates a warning signal.
Disabled (Default)
50°C/122°F
53°C/127°F
56°C/133°F
60°C/140°F
63°C/145°F
66°C/151°F
70°C/158°F
The following system parameters are monitored by the PC Health Status menu:
Temperatures
The following temperature is monitored:
Current CPU Temperature
Fan Speeds
The following fan speeds are monitored:
Current SYS Fan Speed
Current CPU Fan Speed
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Voltages
The following voltages are monitored:
Vcore
VccMem
+3.3 V
+5 V
+12 V
VBAT (V)
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6
6 Driver Installation
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6.1 Available Software Drivers
NOTE:
The content of the CD may vary throughout the life cycle of the product and
is subject to change without prior notice. You may visit the IEI website or
contact technical support for the latest updates.
The KINO-LX CPU card has five software drivers:
VGA Driver
Audio Driver
LAN Driver
SATA/RAID Driver
ISA Driver
All five drivers can be found on the CD that came with the CPU card. To install the drivers
please follow the instructions in the sections below.
Insert the CD into the system that contains the KINO-LX CPU card.
NOTE:
If your system does not run the "autorun" program when the CD is inserted, click
the Start button, select Run, then type X:\autorun.exe (replace X with the actual
drive letter for your CD-ROM) to access the IEI Driver CD main menu.
Step 1: From the AMD LX/GX Driver CD main menu (Figure 6-1), click KINO-LX.
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Figure 6-1: AMD LX/GX CD Main Menu
Step 2: A window appears listing the drivers available for installation (Figure 6-2).
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Figure 6-2: AMD LX/GX CD Driver Menu
Step 3: Select any item from the list to view more information on the driver installation,
or select Manual to navigate to the KINO-LX user manual. Step 0:
The following sections fully describe the driver installation procedures for the KINO-LX
CPU card.
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6.2 VGA Driver
To install the VGA driver please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Open Windows Control Panel (Figure 6-3).
Figure 6-3: Access Windows Control Panel
Step 2: Double click the System icon (Figure 6-4).
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Figure 6-4: Double Click the System Icon
Step 3: Double click the Device Manager tab (Figure 6-5).
Figure 6-5: Double Click the Device Manager Tab
Step 4: A list of system hardware devices appears (Figure 6-6).
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Figure 6-6: Device Manager List
Step 5: Expand the Display Adapters category (Figure 6-7). Right click the adapter
and select Properties.
NOTE:
If
the
Display
Adapters
category
is
not
available,
navigate
to
X:\VGA\LX800\XP\VGA 2.01.05 (where X:\ is the system CD drive) and read
the ReleaseNotes.txt file for further information on installing the VGA driver.
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Figure 6-7: Expand the Display Adapters Category
Step 6: From the Driver tab of the Properties window, click Update Driver (Figure 6-8)
or, click Reinstall Driver if Update Driver is not seen.
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Figure 6-8: Update Driver
Step 7: The Upgrade Device Driver Wizard appears (Figure 6-9). Click NEXT to
continue.
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Figure 6-9: Upgrade Device Driver Wizard
Step 8: The Install Hardware Device Driver screen appears (Figure 6-10). Select the
Search for a suitable driver for my device radio button and click NEXT to
continue.
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Figure 6-10: Search for Suitable Driver
Step 9: Select Specify a Location in the Locate Driver Files window (Figure 6-11).
Click NEXT to continue.
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Figure 6-11: Locate Driver Files
Step 10: Click Browse and navigate to the X:\AMD\LX800\XP\VGA 2.01.05 directory,
where “X:” is the system CD drive (Figure 6-12).
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Figure 6-12: Location Browsing Window
Step 11: Click OK to continue.
Step 12: A driver files location menu window appears. Click NEXT to continue. The driver
is installed. Step 0:
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6.3 Audio Driver Installation
To install the audio driver please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Open Windows Control Panel (Figure 6-13).
Figure 6-13: Access Windows Control Panel
Step 2: Double click the System icon (Figure 6-14).
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Figure 6-14: Double Click the System Icon
Step 3: Double click the Device Manager tab (Figure 6-15).
Figure 6-15: Double Click the Device Manager Tab
Step 4: A list of system hardware devices appears (Figure 6-16).
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Figure 6-16: Device Manager List
Step 5: Double click the listed device that has question marks next to it. (This means
Windows does not recognize the device).
Step 6: The Device Driver Wizard appears (Figure 6-17). Click NEXT to continue.
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Figure 6-17: Search for Suitable Driver
Step 7: Select “Specify a Location” in the Locate Driver Files window (Figure 6-18).
Click NEXT to continue.
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Figure 6-18: Locate Driver Files
Step 8: Select “X:\ Audio\GeodeLX_XP_XPe_WDM_Audio_v2.03.00” directory in the
location browsing window, where “X:\” is the system CD drive (Figure 6-19).
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Figure 6-19: Location Browsing Window
Step 9: Click OK to continue. A driver files location menu window appears. Select the
LXWDMAu.inf file and click OPEN to continue. The driver is installed. Step 0:
6.4 LAN Driver
To install the LAN driver, please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Click LAN from the AMD LX/GX CD Driver Menu to open a window to the
X:\LAN\Realtek (where X:\ is the system CD drive) folder on the driver CD.
Step 2: Open the RTL8100C folder.
Step 3: Locate the Setup program icon (Figure 6-20).
Figure 6-20: Locate the Setup Program Icon
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Step 4: Double click the Setup program icon in Figure 6-20.
Step 5: The Install Shield Wizard is prepared to guide the user through the rest of the
process (Figure 6-21).
Figure 6-21: Preparing Setup Screen
Step 6: Once initialized, the Install Wizard welcome screen appears (Figure 6-22).
Figure 6-22: Install Wizard Welcome Screen
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Step 7: Click NEXT to continue the installation or CANCEL to stop the installation.
Step 8: The Install Wizard starts to install the LAN driver.
Step 9: Once the installation is complete, the InstallShield Wizard Complete screen
appears (Figure 6-23).
Figure 6-23: Installing Screen
Step 10: Click FINISH to complete the installation and exit the Install Shield Wizard.
Step 11: Once the installation process is complete, the computer may be restarted
immediately or later. Select the preferred option and click FINISH to complete the
installation process and exit the Install Shield Wizard (Figure 6-24). Step 0:
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Figure 6-24: Restart the Computer
6.5 SATA/RAID Driver
To install the ALi SATA/RAID driver, please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Click SATA from the AMD LX/GX CD Driver Menu to open a window to the
X:\ALi_SATA_M5283 (where X:\ is the system CD drive) folder on the driver
CD.
Step 2: Locate the Setup program icon (Figure 6-25).
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Figure 6-25: Locate the Setup Program Icon
Step 3: The Install Shield Wizard (Figure 6-26) is prepared to guide the user through
the rest of the process.
Figure 6-26: Preparing Setup Screen
Step 4: Once initialized, the Install Wizard welcome screen appears (Figure 6-27).
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Figure 6-27: Install Wizard Welcome Screen
Step 5: Click NEXT to continue the installation or CANCEL to stop the installation.
Step 6: The Install Wizard starts to install the driver (Figure 6-28).
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Figure 6-28: Installing Screen
Step 7: A “Digital Signal Not Found” screen appears (Figure 6-29). Click YES to
continue the installation process.
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Figure 6-29: RAID Driver Digital Signal
Step 8: Once the installation is complete, the InstallShield Wizard Complete screen
appears (Figure 6-30).
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Figure 6-30: InstallShield Wizard Complete Screen
Step 9: Once the installation process is complete, the computer may be restarted
immediately or later. Select the preferred option and click FINISH to complete the
installation process and exit the Install Shield Wizard. Step 0:
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6.6 ISA Driver
To install the IT8888 ISA Bridge driver please follow the steps below:
Step 1: Open Windows Control Panel (Figure 6-31).
Figure 6-31: Access Windows Control Panel
Step 2: Double click the System icon (Figure 6-32).
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Figure 6-32: Double Click the System Icon
Step 3: Double click the Device Manager tab (Figure 6-33).
Figure 6-33: Double Click the Device Manager Tab
Step 4: A list of system hardware devices appears (Figure 6-34).
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Figure 6-34: Device Manager List
Step 5: Double click the listed device that has question marks next to it. (This means
Windows does not recognize the device).
Step 6: The Device Driver Wizard appears (Figure 6-35). Click NEXT to continue.
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Figure 6-35: Search for Suitable Driver
Step 7: Select “Specify a Location” in the Locate Driver Files window (Figure 6-36).
Click NEXT to continue.
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Figure 6-36: Locate Driver Files
Step 8: Select “X:\IT8888” directory in the location browsing window, where “X:\” is the
system CD drive (Figure 6-37).
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Figure 6-37: Location Browsing Window
Click OK to continue. A driver files location menu window appears. Select the ite.inf file
and click OPEN to continue. The driver is installed. Step 0:
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A
A BIOS Menu Options
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A.1 BIOS Configuration Options
Below is a list of BIOS configuration options described in Chapter 5.
Load Fail-Safe Defaults .........................................................................................93
Load Optimized Defaults.......................................................................................93
Set Supervisor Password .....................................................................................93
Set User Password ................................................................................................93
Save & Exit Setup ..................................................................................................94
Exit Without Saving ...............................................................................................94
Date [Day mm:dd:yyyy] .........................................................................................94
Time [hh/mm/ss] ....................................................................................................94
IDE Master and IDE Slave .....................................................................................95
Drive A [1.44M, 3.5in].............................................................................................95
Drive B [None]
....................................................................................................95
Halt On [All, But Keyboard] ..................................................................................96
Base Memory:
....................................................................................................96
Extended Memory ..................................................................................................96
Total Memory
....................................................................................................96
IDE HDD Auto-Detection [Press Enter]................................................................97
IDE Primary Master [Auto] ....................................................................................97
Access Mode [Auto] ..............................................................................................98
Capacity
....................................................................................................98
Cylinder
....................................................................................................99
Head
....................................................................................................99
Precomp
....................................................................................................99
Landing Zone
....................................................................................................99
Sector
....................................................................................................99
Virus Warning [Disabled] ................................................................................... 100
CPU Internal Cache [Enabled] ........................................................................... 101
Boot From LAN Control [Disabled] ................................................................... 101
SATA Boot ROM Control [Disabled] ................................................................. 101
Boot Device
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Boot Other Device [Enabled] ............................................................................. 102
Swap Floppy Drive [Disabled] ........................................................................... 103
Boot Up Floppy Seek [Disabled] ....................................................................... 103
Boot Up Numlock Status [On] ........................................................................... 103
Gate A20 Option [Fast]....................................................................................... 104
Typematic Rate Setting [Disabled].................................................................... 104
Typematic Rate (Chars/sec) [6] ......................................................................... 104
Typematic Delay (Msec) [250]............................................................................ 105
Security Option [Setup]...................................................................................... 105
OS Select For DRAM > 64MB [Non-OS2].......................................................... 106
Delay for HDD (Secs) [3] .................................................................................... 106
Small Logo (EPA) Show [Disabled]................................................................... 106
CPU Frequency [500MHz] .................................................................................. 107
Memory Frequency [Auto] ................................................................................. 107
CAS Latency [Auto] ............................................................................................ 108
Interleave Select [LOI] ........................................................................................ 108
Video Memory Size [8M]..................................................................................... 108
Output Display [CRT] ......................................................................................... 108
Flat Panel Configuration [Press Enter]............................................................. 109
OnBoard Audio [Enabled].................................................................................. 109
Flat Panel Type [Auto]........................................................................................ 110
Resolution [800 x 600]........................................................................................ 110
Data Bus Type [9 – 24 bits, 1 ppc]..................................................................... 110
Refresh Rate [60Hz] ............................................................................................ 111
HSYNC Polarity [Low] ........................................................................................ 111
VSYNC Polarity Active [Low]............................................................................. 111
SHFCLK Active Period [Free Running]............................................................. 112
LP Active Period [Free Running]....................................................................... 112
On-Chip IDE Channel 1 [Enabled] ..................................................................... 113
Drive PIO Mode [Auto]........................................................................................ 113
IDE UDMA [Auto]................................................................................................. 114
IDE DMA transfer access [Enabled].................................................................. 114
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IDE HDD Block Mode [Enabled] ........................................................................ 114
Onboard FDC Controller [Enabled]................................................................... 115
Onboard Serial Port 1 [3F8/IRQ4]...................................................................... 115
Onboard Serial Port 2 [2F8/IRQ3]...................................................................... 116
Onboard Serial Port # [XXX] .............................................................................. 116
Serial Port # Use IRQ [XXX] ............................................................................... 116
Onboard Parallel Port [378/IRQ7] ...................................................................... 117
Parallel Port Mode [SPP].................................................................................... 117
x EPP Mode Select [EPP1.7] .............................................................................. 118
x ECP Mode Use DMA [3]................................................................................... 118
x ACPI Function [Disabled]................................................................................ 119
ACPI Suspend Type [S1&S3]............................................................................. 119
Power Management [ACPI] ................................................................................ 120
x Standby Mode [Disabled]................................................................................ 120
x Suspend Mode [Disabled]............................................................................... 121
Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN [Instant-Off] ................................................................. 121
PNP OS Installed [No] ........................................................................................ 122
Reset Configuration Data [Disabled] ................................................................ 122
Resources Controlled By [Auto (ESCD)].......................................................... 123
x IRQ Resources [Press Enter].......................................................................... 123
x Memory Resources [Press Enter] .................................................................. 124
Reserved Memory Base [N/A]............................................................................ 125
x Reserved Memory Length [8K]....................................................................... 126
Shutdown Temperature [60°C/140°F] ............................................................... 126
CPU Warning Temperature [Disabled].............................................................. 127
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................................................................................................. 127
Fan Speeds
................................................................................................. 127
Voltages
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B
B Watchdog Timer
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NOTE:
The following discussion applies to DOS environment.
IEI support is
contacted or the IEI website visited for specific drivers for more
sophisticated operating systems, e.g., Windows and Linux.
The Watchdog Timer is provided to ensure that standalone systems can always recover
from catastrophic conditions that cause the CPU to crash. This condition may have
occurred by external EMI or a software bug. When the CPU stops working correctly,
Watchdog Timer either performs a hardware reset (cold boot) or a Non-Maskable Interrupt
(NMI) to bring the system back to a known state.
A BIOS function call (INT 15H) is used to control the Watchdog Timer:
INT 15H:
AH – 6FH Sub-function:
AL – 2:
Sets the Watchdog Timer’s period.
BL:
Time-out value (Its unit-second is dependent on the item “Watchdog
Timer unit select” in CMOS setup).
Table B-1: AH-6FH Sub-function
Call sub-function 2 to set the time-out period of Watchdog Timer first. If the time-out value
is not zero, the Watchdog Timer starts counting down. While the timer value reaches zero,
the system resets. To ensure that this reset condition does not occur, calling sub-function
2 must periodically refresh the Watchdog Timer. However, the Watchdog timer is disabled
if the time-out value is set to zero.
A tolerance of at least 10% must be maintained to avoid unknown routines within the
operating system (DOS), such as disk I/O that can be very time-consuming.
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NOTE:
When exiting a program it is necessary to disable the Watchdog Timer,
otherwise the system resets.
Example program:
; INITIAL TIMER PERIOD COUNTER
;
W_LOOP:
MOV
AX, 6F02H
;setting the time-out value
MOV
BL, 30
;time-out value is 48 seconds
INT
15H
;
; ADD THE APPLICATION PROGRAM HERE
;
CMP
EXIT_AP, 1
JNE
W_LOOP
;is the application over?
;No, restart the application
MOV
AX, 6F02H
;disable Watchdog Timer
MOV
BL, 0
;
INT
15H
;
; EXIT ;
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C
C Address Mapping
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C.1 IO Address Map
I/O address
Description
Range
000-01F
DMA Controller
020-021
Interrupt Controller
040-043
System time
060-06F
Keyboard Controller
070-07F
System CMOS/Real time Clock
080-09F
DMA Controller
0A0-0A1
Interrupt Controller
0C0-0DF
DMA Controller
0F0-0FF
Numeric data processor
1F0-1F7
Primary IDE Channel
2F8-2FF
Serial Port 2 (COM2)
378-37F
Parallel Printer Port 1 (LPT1)
3B0-3BB
SiS661CX Graphics Controller
3C0-3DF
SiS661CX Graphics Controller
3F6-3F6
Primary IDE Channel
3F7-3F7
Standard floppy disk controller
3F8-3FF
Serial Port 1 (COM1)
Table C-1: IO Address Map
C.2 1st MB Memory Address Map
Memory address
Description
00000-9FFFF
System memory
A0000-BFFFF
VGA buffer
F0000-FFFFF
System BIOS
1000000-
Extend BIOS
Table C-2: 1st MB Memory Address Map
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C.3 IRQ Mapping Table
IRQ0
System Timer IRQ8
RTC clock
IRQ1
Keyboard
IRQ9
ACPI
IRQ2
Available
IRQ10
LAN
IRQ3
COM2
IRQ11
LAN/USB2.0/SATA
IRQ4
COM1
IRQ12
PS/2 mouse
IRQ5
SMBus Controller IRQ13
FPU
IRQ6
FDC
IRQ14
Primary IDE
IRQ7
Available
IRQ15
Secondary IDE
Table C-3: IRQ Mapping Table
C.4 DMA Channel Assignments
Channel
Function
0
Available
1
Available
2
Floppy disk (8-bit transfer)
3
Available
4
Cascade for DMA controller 1
5
Available
6
Available
7
Available
Table C-4: IRQ Mapping Table
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Appendix
D
D External AC’97 Audio
CODEC
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D.1 Introduction
The motherboard comes with an onboard Realtek ALC203 CODEC. Realtek ALC203 is a
20-bit DAC and 18-bit ADC full-duplex AC'97 2.3 compatible stereo audio CODEC with a
variable sampling rate.
D.1.1 Accessing the AC’97 CODEC
The CODEC is accessed through two phone jacks on the rear panel of the motherboard.
The phone jacks include:
1. A LINE output
2. A MIC input line.
D.1.2 Driver Installation
The driver installation has been described in Section 6.3.
After rebooting, the sound effect configuration utility appears in the Windows Control
Panel ( Figure D-1). If the peripheral speakers are properly connected, sound effects
should be heard.
Figure D-1: Control Panel Sound Effect Manager
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D.2 Sound Effect Configuration
D.2.1 Accessing the Sound Effects Manager
To access the Sound Effects Manager, please do the following:
Step 1: Install the audio CODEC driver.
Step 2: Click either:
The Sound Effect Manager icon in the Notification Area of the system task
bar (Figure D-2), or
The Sound Effect Manager icon in the Control Panel (Figure D-3).
Figure D-2: Sound Effect Manager Icon [Task Bar]
Figure D-3: Sound Effect Manager Icon [Control Panel]
Step 3: The sound effect manager appears (Figure D-4). Step 0:
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Figure D-4: Sound Effects Manager (ALC203)
NOTE:
The Sound Effect Manager shown in Figure D-4 is for the RealTek ALC203
audio CODEC. Different CODECs may have different sound manager
appearances.
The following section describes the different configuration options in the Sound Effect
Manager.
D.2.2 Sound Effect Manager Configuration Options
The Sound Effects Manager enables configuration of the items listed below. To configure
these items click the corresponding menu tab in the Sound Effects Manager
(Figure D-4).
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NOTE:
The Karaoke Mode is configured in the Sound Effect menu. To access
Karaoke configuration settings, click on the Sound Effect menu tab.
Sound Effect
Karaoke Mode
Equalizer
Speaker Configuration
Speaker Test
S/PDIF-In
S/PDIF-Out
Connector Sensing
HRTF Demo
Microphone Effect
General
NOTE:
Not all RealTek Sound Effect Managers have all the above listed options.
The Sound Effect Manager loaded onto the system may only have some of
the options listed above.
Below is a brief description of the available configuration options in the Sound Effects
Manager.
Sound Effect:- Select a sound effect from the 23 listed options in the drop
down menu. Selected sound effect properties can be edited. To edit the sound
effect click EDIT.
Karaoke Mode:- The Karaoke Mode is accessed in the Sound Effect window.
The Voice Cancellation disables the vocal part of the music being played.
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The Key adjustment up or down arrow icons enables users to define a key
that fits a certain vocal range.
Equalizer Selection:- Preset equalizer settings enable easy audio range
settings. Ten frequency bands can be configured.
Speaker Configuration:- Multi-channel speaker settings are configured in
this menu. Configurable options include:
o
o
o
o
o
Headphone
Channel mode for stereo speaker output
Channel mode for 4 speaker output
Channel mode for 5.1 speaker output
Synchronize the phonejack switch with speakers settings
Speaker Test:- Each speaker connected to the system is tested individually
to see if the 4-channel or 6-channel audio operates properly.
S/PDIF-In & S/PDIF-Out:- These functions are currently not supported.
Connector Sensing:- Realtek ALC203 detects if an audio device is plugged
into the wrong connector. If an incorrect device is plugged in, a warning
message appears.
HRTF Demo:- Adjust HRTF (Head Related Transfer Functions) 3D positional
audio here before running 3D applications.
Microphone Effect:- Microphone noise suppression is enabled in this menu.
General:- General information about the installed AC’97 audio configuration
utility is listed here.
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Appendix
E
®
E ALi RAID for SATA
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E.1 Introduction
The ALi M5283 SATA RAID chipset can control parallel ATA (PATA) and serial ATA
(SATA) disks. The ALi controller supports PATA UDMA transfer mode up to mode 6 and
SATA 1 disk drives. The ALi M5283 also has a cost-effective RAID functionality that can
increase the data read/write speed and provide protection to data by distributing mirrored
duplicates of data onto two disk drives (RAID 1).
CAUTION!
A configured RAID volume (which may consist of multiple hard drives)
appears to an operating system as a contingent storage space. The operating
system will not be able to distinguish the physical disk drives contained in a
RAID configuration.
E.1.1 Precautions
One key benefit a RAID configuration brings is that a single hard drive can fail within a
RAID array without damaging data. With RAID1 array, a failed drive can be replaced and
the RAID configuration restored.
WARNING!
Irrecoverable data loss occurs if a working drive is removed when trying to
remove a failed drive. It is strongly recommended to mark the physical
connections of all SATA disk drives. Drive locations can be identified by
attaching stickers to the drive bays. If a drive member of a RAID array should
fail, the failed drive can then be correctly identified.
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CAUTION!
Do not accidentally disconnect the SATA drive cables. Carefully route the
cables within the chassis to avoid system down time.
E.2 Features and Benefits
Supports RAID levels 0, 1, and JBOD
Supports connectivity to two disk drives
Supported Operating Systems include: Windows 98/Me, Windows 2000 and
Windows XP
Windows-based software for RAID management
E.3 Accessing the ALi RAID Utility
To access the Ali RAID Utility, please follow the steps below:
Step 1: Connect SATA drives to the system. Connect two SATA drives to the system.
Make sure the drives have the same capacity, are the same type and have the
same speed.
Note:
Make sure the SATA drives are EXACTLY the same when they are
configured in a RAID configuration (JBOD, RAID 0 or RAID 1). If they are
not the same size, disk drive capacity is sacrificed and overall performance
affected.
Step 2: Enable SATA drives in BIOS. Start the computer and access the Award BIOS
setup program. Next, open the Advanced menu. Enable the SATA ROM
Support BIOS option (see Section 5.3).
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Step 3: Save and Exit BIOS. After the SATA ROM Support BIOS option is enabled,
save and exit the BIOS.
Step 4: Reboot the system. Reboot the system after saving and exiting the BIOS.
Step 5: Press Ctrl-A. When the screen in Figure E-1 appears press Ctrl-A to enter the
ALi RAID BIOS setup program.
Figure E-1: Accessing ALi RAID BIOS Utility
Step 6: Delete RAID settings and partitions. The RAID BIOS Setup Utility in Figure
E-2 appears. Before configuring the array select the “Delete All RAID Setting &
Partition”.
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Figure E-2: RAID BIOS Setup Utility
Step 7: Configure the RAID settings. Use the RAID BIOS Setup Utility in Figure E-2
to configure the RAID array. Brief descriptions are given below.
Step 8: Install the OS. After the RAID array has been configured (see below) install the
OS. To do this, please refer to the documentation that came with the OS.Step 0:
E.4 RAID Options:
E.4.1 Create RAID 0 Striping for Performance
WARNING!
All data previously stored on the member drives of a RAID configuration are
destroyed during the RAID initialization process. If “used” drives are used to
create a RAID array, make sure the data has been moved or backed up
before creating a RAID array out of the disk drives.
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Step 1: Select “Create RAID 0 Striping for Performance”. Use the arrow keys to
highlight Create RAID0 Striping for Performance and press ENTER. A flashing
‘S’ appears on the Drive Menu where the member drives to be included in the
RAID 0 array can be chosen.
Step 2: Select RAID array drive members. Use the space bar to select members of the
RAID array. The flashing cursor changes to a lower case ‘s’ once any of the
connected disk drives has been selected. Follow the same method to select
another member drive.
Step 3: Confirm. The Create RAID0 (Y/N) confirm box appears. Press Y.
Step 4: Name the array. Enter a nickname for the created array. Upper and lower case
alphabetic, numeric, space, and underscore characters are all applicable for
naming an array.Step 0:
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NOTE:
1. To reduce the chance of losing data, ALi imposes certain limitations on
the RAID configuration options. PATA drives connected on the same IDE
channel cannot be selected as the members of a RAID 0 array. Avoid
mixing PATA and SATA disk drives in a RAID 0 array.
2. Always use disk drives of the same capacity to create a RAID array. The
excessive capacity of a larger disk drive cannot be utilized because data
stripes are equally distributed across all members of a RAID array.
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E.4.2 Create RAID 1 Mirroring for Reliability
WARNING!
All data previously stored on the member drives of a RAID configuration is
destroyed during the RAID initialization process. If “used” drives are used to
create a RAID array, make sure the data has been moved or backed up
before creating a RAID array out of the disk drives.
Step 1: Select “Create RAID 1 Striping for Reliability”. Use the arrow keys to highlight
Create RAID 1 Striping for Reliability and press ENTER. A flashing ‘S’ appears
on the Drive Menu where the member drives to be included in the RAID 0 array
can be chosen.
Step 2: Select RAID array drive members. Use the space bar to select members of the
RAID array. The flashing cursor changes to a lower case ‘s’ once any of the
connected disk drives has been selected. Follow the same method to select
another member drive.
Step 3: Confirm. The Create RAID0 (Y/N) confirm box appears. Press Y.
Step 4: Name the array. Enter a nickname for the created array. Upper and lower case
alphabetic, numeric, space, and underscore characters are all applicable for
naming an array
Step 5: View the array. A prompt appears to proceed with drive copy. The Source and
Destination drives are indicated as “M” and “m” in the Drive Menu. Step 0:
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NOTE:
1.
To reduce the chance of losing data, ALi imposes certain limitations on
the RAID configuration options. PATA drives connected on the same
IDE channel cannot be selected as the members of a RAID 1 array.
Avoid mixing PATA and SATA disk drives in a RAID 1 array.
2.
Always use disk drives of the same capacity to create a RAID array.
The excessive capacity of a larger disk drive cannot be utilized
because data stripes are equally distributed across all members of a
RAID array.
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E.4.3 Create JBOD for Integrated Capacity
JBOD is defined as “Just a Bunch of Drives.” JBOD provides neither performance gains
nor data redundancy.
WARNING!
All data previously stored on the member drives of a RAID configuration is
destroyed during the RAID initialization process. If “used” drives are used to
create a RAID array, make sure the data has been moved or backed up
before creating a RAID array out of the disk drives.
Step 1: Select “Create JBOD for Integrated Capacity”. Use the arrow keys to highlight
Create JBOD for Integrated Capacity and press ENTER. A flashing ‘J’ appears
on the Drive Menu where the member drives to be included in the JBOD array
can be chosen.
Step 2: Select RAID array drive members. Use the space bar to select members of the
RAID array. The flashing cursor changes to a lower case ‘s’ once any of the
connected disk drives has been selected. Follow the same method to select
another member drive.
Step 3: Confirm. The Create RAID 0 (Y/N) confirm box appears. Press Y.
Step 4: Name the array. Enter a nickname for the created array. Upper and lower case
alphabetic, numeric, space, and underscore characters are all applicable for
naming an array Step 0:
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NOTE:
To reduce the chance of losing data, ALi imposes certain limitations on the
RAID configuration options. Parallel-ATA drives connected on the same IDE
channel cannot be selected as the members of a RAID1 array. Avoid mixing
Parallel-ATA and Serial-ATA disk drives in a RAID1 array.
E.4.4 Stripe Size
Changing the stripe size effects RAID 0 arrays. Configurable options are:
64K (default)
32K
16K
8K
4K
Select a small stripe size if the I/Os to the hard drives are small and occur randomly.
Choose a larger stripe size if the I/Os are mostly large and come in sequential orders, e.g.,
A/V playback and editing applications. The default value should be appropriate for most
applications.
E.4.5 Delete RAID Setting & Partition
WARNING!
If a RAID configuration is deleted, all data previously stored on the member
drives of the RAID configuration will also be deleted.
Step 1: Delete a RAID setting. Use the arrow keys to highlight Delete RAID Setting &
Partition and press ENTER. A flashing ‘E’ appears at the Drive Menu where the
member drives to be removed can be chosen.
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Step 2: Confirm Delete. The Data on RAID drives will be erased (Y/N) confirm box
appears. Press Y.Step 0:
E.4.6 Delete All RAID Setting & Partition
WARNING!
If a RAID configuration is deleted, all data previously stored on the member
drives of the RAID configuration will also be deleted.
Step 1: Delete RAID Settings. Use the arrow keys to highlight Delete All RAID Setting
& Partition and press ENTER.
Step 2: Confirm delete. The Data on RAID drives will be erased (Y/N) confirm box
appears. Press Y.Step 0:
E.4.7 Rebuild RAID Array
The Rebuild RAID Array option can rebuild a RAID array if a member of a RAID
configuration should fail. Neither RAID 0 nor JBOD provides data redundancy. The
Rebuild RAID Array option only applies to RAID1 arrays and is applicable when a member
of a RAID1 configuration has failed.
Step 1: Select Rebuild Array. Use the arrow keys to highlight Rebuild RAID Array and
press ENTER. A flashing ‘R’ appears in the list of existing arrays. The source and
destination drives will be displayed.
Step 2: Confirm rebuild array. Press Y to begin the rebuild process. Step 0:
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NOTE:
A status bar will indicate the rebuild progress. Rebuild consumes
considerable system resources and the time required for rebuilding a RAID
array may vary depending on the size of stored data, disk drive capacity, and
drive performance.
E.4.8 Select Boot Drive
Step 1: Select the Boot Drive. Use the arrow keys to highlight Select Boot Drive and
press ENTER. A flashing ‘A’ appears at the Drive Menu where the boot drive can
be chosen.
Step 2: Press ENTER. Press ENTER or the space bar to finish the configuration.Step 0:
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Drive Interfaces..........................................30
A
Driver Installation
AC’97 Audio CODEC ...............................182
Audio Driver........................................ 148
Address Mapping
Available Software Drivers ................. 136
1st MB Memory Address Map ..........178,9
ISA Driver ........................................... 162
DMA Channel Assignments.................180
LAN Driver .......................................... 153
IO Address Map...................................178
SATA RAID Driver............................... 156
IRQ Mapping Table..............................180
VGA Driver.......................................... 139
B
E
Benefits ......................................................16
Ethernet Controller.....................................29
BIOS Menu Options.................................169
External Connectors
Audio Connector....................................75
BIOS Settings
Advanced BIOS Features....................103
Keyboard/Mouse Connector..................68
Advanced Chipset Features ................ 110
LAN Connector ......................................73
Flat Panel Configuration...................... 112
Parallel Port Connector .........................70
IDE Configuration ..................................98
Serial Port Connector ............................69
IDE Primary Master/Slave ...................100
USB Connector......................................74
Integrated Peripherals ......................... 117
VGA connector ......................................72
IRQ Resources....................................128
F
Main BIOS Menu ...................................95
Memory Resources .............................130
FDD Interface.............................................31
PC Health Status .................................132
Features.....................................................16
PnP/PCI Configurations ......................127
G
Power Management Setup..................123
Standard CMOS Features .....................97
Graphics Support.......................................25
Unable to Reboot ..................................95
I
Using Setup...........................................94
IDE HDD Interface .....................................31
C
Installation
Chassis Installation....................................90
Anti-static Precautions...........................77
CPU Support..............................................22
DIMM Modules ......................................80
Motherboard Installation ........................79
D
Data Flow Block Diagram ..........................24
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12V Fan Connector ...............................45
AT/ATX Power Connector .....................41
O
Optional Accessory Items ..........................35
CD-IN Connector...................................43
Fan Connector.......................................44
Floppy Disk Connector ..........................46
Front Panel Connector ..........................48
GPIO Connector....................................50
IDE Connector.......................................51
Inverter Power Connector .....................54
P
Package Contents......................................35
Peripheral Device Connection ...................81
Physical Dimensions..................................20
Power Consumption ..................................34
Pre-Boot Execution Environment...............34
Keyboard/Mouse Connector .................55
LCD LVDS Connector ...........................56
LCD TTL Connector ..............................58
R
Real Time Clock.........................................33
PCI Slot Connector................................59
SATA Drive Connector...........................65
Serial Port Connector ............................63
J
S
SATA Drive Interface..................................30
SATA RAID.............................................. 188
Super I/O....................................................26
Jumpers
System Chipset..........................................22
AT/ATX Power Mode Select ..................89
System Monitoring .....................................33
Clear CMOS ..........................................86
COM1/2 RI and Voltage Select .............88
COM2 RS-232/422/485 Select..............88
LCD Clock .............................................89
T
Technical Specifications.............................19
Temperature Control ..................................33
LCD Voltage Select ...............................87
W
M
Watchdog Timer...................................... 173
Memory Support ........................................26
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