CS65-EC
rev. A+
PC Speaker / Buzzer Select - JP7
1-2 On: Buzzer (default)
2-3 On: PC speaker
CPU FSB Select - JP9 and JP10
Wake-On-USB Keyboard for USB 1 and 2 - JP1 : 1-2 On: Disabled (default); 2-3 On: Enabled
Wake-On-USB Keyboard for USB 3 and 4 - JP4 : 1-2 On: Disabled (default); 2-3 On: Enabled
Boot Block Lock/Unlock - JP6 (For factory use only)
1-2 On: Unlock boot block (default); 2-3 On: Lock boot block
CPU/DIMM
Auto*
66/100MHz
100/100MHz
133/100MHz
133/133MHz
JP9
1-2 On
2-3 On
All Off
All Off
2-3 On
JP10
1-2 On
2-3 On
2-3 On
All Off
All Off
“*” denotes default setting
Clear CMOS Data - JP5 : 1-2 On: Normal (default); 2-3 On: Clear CMOS Data
If you forgot the supervisor/user password or the CPU’s clock/ratio was incorrectly set in the
BIOS, clear the CMOS data by setting this jumper to 2-3 On. Make sure to power-off the system prior to clearing the CMOS data.
Wake-On-KB/Mouse - JP2 : 1-2 On: Disabled (default); 2-3 On: Enabled
If you wish to disable the password set in the “KB Power On Password” field, make sure to set the “Keyboard/Mouse Power On” field
to Disabled prior to setting this jumper to disabled.You will not be able to boot up the system if you fail to do so.
LEDs: The DIMM Standby Power LED will turn red when the system’s power is on or when it is in the Suspend state (Power On
Suspend or Suspend to RAM). It will not light when the system is in the Soft-Off state. The PCI Standby Power LED will turn red
when the system is in the power-on, Soft-Off or Suspend (Power On Suspend or Suspend to RAM) state. Lighted LEDs serve as a
reminder that you must power-off the system then turn off the power supply’s switch or unplug the power cord prior to installing any
DIM modules or add-in cards.
• If you are using the (1) Wake-On-KB/Mouse, (2) Wake-On-LAN and/or (3) Wake-On-Ring (internal modem) functions, the 5VSB
power source of your power supply must support ≥ 720mA.
• If you are using the Suspend to RAM function, the 5VSB power source of your power supply must support ≥ 1A
• If you are using the Wake-On-USB KB function for 2 USB ports, the 5VSB power source of your power supply must support ≥ 1.5A.
• If you are using the Wake-On-USB KB function for 4 USB ports, the 5VSB power source of your power supply must support ≥ 2A.
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