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Mainboard User’s Manual

This publication, including photographs, illustrations and software, is under the protection of international copyright laws, with all rights reserved. Neither this manual, nor any of the material contained herein, may be reproduced without the express written consent of the manufacturer. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. The manufacturer makes no representations or warranties with respect to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. Further, the manufacturer reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes from time to time in the content hereof without obligation of the manufacturer to notify any person of such revision or changes.

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I !, "#$, and %&'( are registered trademarks of International usiness !achines. Intel, %entium, %entium)II, %entium)III, %entium *, !!+, ,eleron and Tualatin are registered trademarks of Intel ,orporation. !icrosoft, !&)-.& and /indows 01'!2'NT'(333'+% are registered trademarks of !icrosoft ,orporation. %,)cillin is a trademark of Trend !icro Inc. $!I is a trademark of $merican !egatrends Inc. !edia4ing Talk is a registered trademark of !edia4ing Inc. 5-eep is a registered trademark of 2),olor Inc. It has been acknowledged that all mentioned brands or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.

Copyright © 2003 All Rights Reserved M925 Series, V5.0A
P4M266A !"#$"ry 2003

Mainboard User’s Manual

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6. .wing to !icrosoft7s certifying schedule is various to every supplier, we might have some drivers not certified yet by !icrosoft. Therefore, it might happen under /indows +% that a dialogue box 8shown as below9 pop out warning you this software has not passed /indows :ogo testing to verify its compatibility with /indows +%. %lease rest assured that our 4department has already tested and verified these drivers. ;ust click the <,ontinue $nyway= button and go ahead the installation.

(. >& (.3 -river :imitations? ()6 The >& (.3 driver only supports /indows +% and /indows (333. ()( If you connect a >& (.3 hub to the root hub, plugging >& devices into this hub, the system might not successfully execute certain >& devices7 connection because it could not recogni@e these devices. ,urrently, we are working on such limitations7 solution. $s soon as the solution is done, the updated >& drive will be released to our website? www.pcchips.com.tw for your downloading.

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Table of Contents
Trademarks..............................................................................I ,hapter 6........................................................................................6

Introduction........................................................................6
Aey Features...........................................................................( %ackage ,ontents....................................................................B &tatic 2lectricity %recautions..................................................1 %re)Installation Inspection......................................................1 ,hapter (.....................................................................................63

!ainboard Installation.....................................................63
!ainboard ,omponents........................................................66 I'. %orts ...............................................................................6( Installing the %rocessor.........................................................65 Installing !emory !odules..................................................6* ;umper &ettings....................................................................6C The %anel ,onnector.............................................................61 .ther -evices Installation.....................................................(3 2xpansion &lots Installation .................................................(6 ,onnecting .ptional -evices...............................................(( ,hapter 5......................................................................................(C

I.& &etup >tility...........................................................(C
Introduction..........................................................................(C 4unning the &etup >tility.....................................................(B &tandard ,!.& &etup %age.................................................(1 $dvanced &etup %age...........................................................53 %ower !anagement &etup %age............................................55 %,I ' %lug and %lay &etup %age............................................5D :oad .ptimal &ettings..........................................................5C :oad est %erformance &ettings...........................................5C ,%> %n% &etup %age............................................................50 Eardware !onitor %age........................................................*3 ,hange %assword If you highlight this item and press 2nter, a dialog box appears that you can enter a &upervisor password. Fou can enter no more than six letters or numbers. %ress 2nter after you have typed in the password. There will be the second dialog box asking you to retype the password for confirmation. %ress 2nter after you have retyped it correctly. Then, the password is reGuired for the access to the &etup I"

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>tility or for it at start)up, depending on the setting of the %assword ,heck item in $dvanced &etup. ..............................................................................................*3 2xit Eighlight this item and press 2nter to save the changes that you have made in the &etup >tility configuration and exit the program. /hen the &ave and 2xit dialog box appears, press F to save and exit, or press N to exit without saving................*6 ,hapter *......................................................................................50

&oftware H $pplications..................................................50
Introduction..........................................................................50 Installing &upport &oftware..................................................*3 undled &oftware Installation ..............................................*(

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This mainboard has two 5()bit PC) slots. one *3A4P slot. It supports built)in -S0 2. 6 . and an onboard /00"se6 /000"se67 5et8or& interface 8optional9. and provide -ltr" .95.0 and is compliant with -+C) /./ and 2+C) 0. It implements -#ivers"l Seri"l 0$s Spe%i1i%"tio# Revisio# 2. ports including two %&'( ports for mouse and keyboard..e mainboard and has power connectors for an $T+ power supply. this mainboard has a full set of I'.09I four back)panel ports and onboard >& header >& ( providing two extra ports by connecting the 2xtended >& !odule to the mainboard.ommunications and Networking 4iser9 slot.1: Introduction Chapter 1 Introduction This mainboard has a So%&et 4'( for the )#tel Pe#ti$* 4 type of processors supporting front side bus 8F& 9 speeds up to *33'533 M+.MA 55'CC'/00 /33 function. In addition. This mainboard has the V)A P4M266 A Northbridge and "T1(5D &outhbridge chipsets that support AC 9' "$dio %ode%. one C5R 8. one serial port. This mainboard is a Mi%ro A67 si.0 providing higher bandwidth. one "#$ port. one parallel port and six >& ports 8-S02.

0B link for audio and modem. delivering maximum sustained data transfer rates of 655 ! 'sec $dditional key features include support for six >& ports.%>s ♦ &upports a front)side bus 8F& 9 of *33'533 !E@ Chi set There are "I$ %*!(CC'$ Northbridge and "T1(5D &outhbridge in this chipset in accordance with an innovative and scalable architecture with proven reliability and performance.Mainboard User’s Manual Key Features This mainboard has these key features? Socket 478 Processor ♦ The %#$ &ocket *B1 ♦ $ccommodates Intel %entium * . and $. $ few of the chipset7s advanced features are? ♦ $n advanced "):ink memory controller architecture that provides the bandwidth up to (CC ! 's and performance necessary for even the most demanding Internet and 5graphics ♦ &upport for an *x$#% interface providing vivid 5graphics and video performance ♦ $n $T$ 655 interface on the chipset. hardware monitoring.5" -I!! sockets with a total capacity of ( # system memory. memory bus ( . which helps boost system performance by providing a high)speed connection to $T$ 655 Eard -isk -rives.%I'. an $. 5. Me!or" Su ort ♦ The mainboard accommodates ( --4 J ( &-4 6C1 pin.nNow power management. ♦ &upports --4 up to 333M+.

ased on its capabilities.70B (. $>+)IN ♦ 6 analog line)level mono input? %E.-)IN.1: Introduction #uilt$in %ra hics S"ste! ♦ %*!(CC'$ integrates &5®7s &avag*™ graphics accelerator into a single chip. %*!(CC'$ is an ideal solution for the consumer. with leading)edge (-. 5and -". compatible with consumer mode &'%-IF ♦ $dvanced power management support 5 . &%' ♦ This mainboard includes a *x$#% slot that provides four times the bandwidth of the original $#% specification.I bus.acks I :ine).ompatible ♦ -igital I'. .. &ound laster %ro .6 specification ♦ 6C)bit stereo full)duplex . 'C’(7 'udio Codec ♦ . %*!(CC'$ brings mainstream graphics performance to the "alue %.N2)IN ♦ Three $udio . $#% technology provides a direct connection between the graphics sub)system and memory so that the graphics do not have to compete for processor time with other devices on the %.ut.video acceleration into a cost effective package. corporate mobile users and entry level professionals.-2. :ine)In and !icrophone)In ♦ &ound laster. ♦ !aximum shared memory si@e is 5( ! .ompliant with $. with fixed *1AE@ sampling rate ♦ 5 analog line)level stereo inputs with D)bit volume control? :IN2)IN.

ompliant with >niversal Eost . ports and connectors? ♦ Two %&'( ports for mouse and keyboard ♦ .0D ♦ .N4 8.I slots capable of >ltra -!$ bus mastering with transfer rates of 55'CC'633'655 ! 'sec ♦ $n *x$#% slot ♦ $ .ompliant with >niversal &erial us &pecification 4evision (.are This mainboard uses $!I I.ommunications and Networking 4iser9 slot +nboard I.%> parameters and memory timing ♦ . onboard >& header providing two extra ports9K -S02.ne serial port ♦ .6 * .ne "#$ port ♦ .%> and memory timing The firmware can also be used to set parameters for different processor clock speeds.3 ♦ .+ Ports The mainboard has a full set of I'.ne parallel port ♦ &ix >& ports 8four back)panel ports.& that enables users to configure many system features including the following? ♦ %ower management ♦ /ake)up alarms ♦ .ontroller Interface &pecification 4evision 6.ompliant with Intel7s 2nhanced Eost . line)in and line)out #I+S -ir!. US# /01 ♦ .ontroller Interface &pecification 4evision 3.Mainboard User’s Manual )* ansion + tions The mainboard comes with the following expansion options? ♦ Two 5()bit %.0 ♦ $udio jacks for microphone.

e A%ro.are ♦ PC9Cilli# 2002 provides automatic virus protection under /indows 01'!2'NT'(333'+% ♦ Medi"Ri#g 6"l& provides %.%-F files.0 is the software to help users read .onfiguration H &tatus ♦ $uto Negotiation? 63'633."t Re"der V5.ontroller'. or %.5. 63 ase)T and 633 ase) T+ &tandards #undled Soft.I) us %ower !anagement Interface &pecification release 6. 3i!ensions ♦ !icro $T+ form factor of (** x (** mm D .1: Introduction ♦ %.I multi)function device consists of two -+C) +ost Co#troller cores for full)'low)speed signaling and one 2+C) +ost Co#troller core for high)speed signaling ♦ 4oot hub consists * downstream facing ports with integrated physical layer transceivers shared by -+C) and 2+C) Eost . ♦ Ado. to %hone internet phone communication ♦ 3. to %.eep delivers the precise imagery and displays accurate color in your monitor ♦ PC .6 ♦ :egacy support for all downstream facing ports #uilt$in )thernet 2'N ♦ /000"se967 /00"se96 Physi%"l :"yer Sol$tio# ♦ -ual &peed I 633'63 !bps ♦ !II Interface to 2thernet .! is a dual)!%5 player that enables users to actually mix music right on their own personal computers. Full'Ealf -uplex ♦ !eet $ll $pplicable I22213(.ontroller ♦ &upport %.

C .Mainboard User’s Manual Note: Hardware specifications and software items are subject to change without notification.

>& (. %lease contact your local supplier for more information about your purchased model. >& (. >& connector only !0(D:> %*!(CC Northbridge.nboard :$N %EF chip 8>6D9. without :$N9.N4 v. >& (. :$N.3.ne diskette drive ribbon cable  .)*D :$N connector !0(D> %*!(CC Northbridge.03 DCA Fax'!odem card B . >& (. 2ach model will support different specification listed as below? !odel &pecification !0(D$:> %*!(CCA Northbridge.nboard :$N %EF chip 8>6D9.)*D :$N connector !0(D$> %*!(CCA Northbridge. support F& *33!E@. !0(D$:>8%*!(CC$. :$N. >& connector only Four mainboard package contains the following items?  The mainboard  The >ser7s !anual  . support F& D55!E@. !0(D:>8%*!(CC. support F& *33!E@. without :$N9. support F& D55!E@.1: Introduction Package Contents Atte#tio#? This mainboard serial has four models. >& J 4. . .39 and !0(D$>8%*!(CC$.+ tional 'ccessories Fou can purchase the following optional accessories for this mainboard.3.  2xtended >& module  .39 and !0(D>8%*!(CC. >& J 4.ne I-2 drive ribbon cable  &oftware support .

(. (. If you don7t have a wrist strap. .Mainboard User’s Manual Static Electricity Precautions &tatic electricity could damage components on this mainboard. %ut this mainboard on the top of static)protection package with component side facing up while installing. . If you suspect this mainboard has been damaged. do not connect power to the system. discharge static electricity by touching the bare metal of the system chassis. 5. 1 .ontact your mainboard vendor about those damages. Inspect this mainboard whether there are any damages to components and connectors on the board. Take the following precautions while unpacking this mainboard and installing it in a system. Pre-Installation Inspection 6. -on7t take this mainboard and components out of their original static)proof package until you are ready to install them. -o not touch those components unless it is absolutely necessary. please wear a grounded wrist strap if possible. 6. /hile installing.arefully hold this mainboard by its edges.

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make sure jumper .%> Install one or more system memory modules !ake sure all jumpers and switches are set correctly Install this mainboard in a system chassis 8case9 . (./: Mainboard Installation Chapter 2 Mainboard Installation To install this mainboard in a system. it may damage the mainboard. $T6 and the setting options. $T6 is under Normal setting. 5ote< 6. 63 .onnect any extension brackets or cables to connecting headers on the mainboard Install other devices and make the appropriate connections to the mainboard connecting headers. efore installing this mainboard. Never connect power to the system during installationL otherwise. please follow these instructions in this chapter?        Identify the mainboard components Install a . &ee this chapter for information about locating .

5ote< Those jumpers of mainboard not appearing in this illustration are for testing only./: Mainboard Installation Mainboard Components Identify major components on the mainboard via this diagram underneath. 66 .

.o"rd :P6/ C>M/ V4A :A5 Port -S0 Ports A$dio Ports >se the upper %&'( port to connect a %&'( pointing device. >se the . >se :%T6 to connect printers or other parallel communications devices.!6 is identified by the system as ... PS 2 Mo$se PS 2 =ey. The first jack is for stereo :ine)In signal. The second jack is for stereo :ine).ut signal. 6( . >se the "#$ port to connect "#$ devices.!6.)*D jack to the :$N port to connect your computer to the Network. >se the three audio ports to connect audio devices.! port to connect serial devices such as mice or fax'modems.Mainboard User’s Manual I/O Ports The illustration below shows a side view of the built)in I'. ports on the mainboard.onnect an 4. The third jack is for !icrophone. . >se the >& ports to connect >& devices. >se the lower %&'( port to connect a %&'( keyboard. .

%> cooling fan power supply 8. 5. >nhook the . /hen choosing a processor.%> socket.%> fan power cable into the .%> socket7s locking lever by pulling it away from socket and raising it to the upright position.%>. $pply thermal grease to the top of the . consider the performance reGuirements of the system. C. %lug the . %ush the locking lever down and hook it under the latch on the edge of socket. 65 . and then use the retention module clamps to snap the fan'heatsink into place.%> fan'heatsink unit onto the . and the Guantity of internal cache memory and external cache memory. :ower the . -o not use force. (. !atch the pin 6 corner of . %erformance is based on the processor design.%>? 6.%> and . the clock speed and system bus freGuency of the processor. and insert the processor into the socket. D.%> socket to the one of processor./: Mainboard Installation Installing t e Processor This mainboard has a &ocket *B1 processor socket. CPU Installation Procedure Follow these instructions to install the .%>MF$N9 on the mainboard. *.

)MM/ .Mainboard User’s Manual Installing Memory Modules This mainboard accommodates two 6C1)pin 5. The &-4$! -I!!s and --4s can synchronously work with 633 !E@ or operates over a (CC !E@ system bus. --4 &-4$! uses additional power and ground lines and reGuires 61*)pin (. &-4$! provides 133 ! 's or 6 # 's data transfer rate depending on whether the bus is 633 !E@ or (CC !E@.R2 . --4 &-4$! doubles the rate to 6..D" unbuffered -ouble -ata 4ate &-4$! 8--4 &-4$!9 -ual Inline !emory !odule 8-I!!9 sockets. Fou must install at least one memory module in order to work out this mainboard.$t yo$ %"#?t $se the* si*$lt"#eo$sly.R S.)MM2 6* .D" unbuffered -I!! module.. .RAM or . supporting 655 !E@ &-4$! ' (CC !E@ --4 &-4$!.3 # 's and (.5" unbuffered &ynchronous -ynamic 4andom $ccess !emory 8&-4$!9 and two 61*)pin (.6 # 's by transferring data on both the rising and falling edges of the clock.R/ . .. either S.RAM.

./: Mainboard Installation Installation Procedure The mainboard accommodates two types of memory modules. D. (. Fou must install at least one module in any of these sockets. Fou can install each module up to (# system memory. $lign the memory module with the socket. Install the -I!! module into the socket and press it firmly down until it is seated correctly. %ush the latches on each side of the -I!! socket down. Install any remaining -I!! modules. 4efer to the following to install the memory modules. 5. *. The -I!! sockets are keyed with notches and the -I!!s are keyed with cutouts so that they can only be installed correctly.heck that the cutouts on the -I!! module edge connector match the notches in the -I!! socket. 6D . The socket latches are levered upwards and latch on to the edges of the -I!!. 6.

disconnect all the power cables from the mainboard and then move the jumper cap into the . CPU Clock 100M 133M 4P1'1 Short Pins 1-2 Short Pins 1-2 4P1#1 Short Pins 2-3 Short Pins 1-2 6C . !P/0/< CP.%> freGuency.:2$4 setting for a few seconds.Mainboard User’s Manual !umper Settings !P4 / / PA52:/ / / !P/A/ !P/0/ / !P2 / PA52:2 !/6 !0A6/ !P/ / / !0A6/< Cle"r CM>S !$*per This jumper is to clear the contents of .!.!.Clo%& This jumper enables to select .& memory if the settings in the &etup >tility are incorrect that prevents your mainboard from operating.& memory. To clear the . Fou may need to clear the . -unction Normal Clear CMOS 4u! er Settin5 Short Pins 1-2 Short Pins 2-3 !P/A/.& memory.!.

R S..!./: Mainboard Installation !P/< .e This jumper enables to select si@e of flash 4.R . -unction 5V 3V 4u! er Settin5 Short Pins 1-2 Short Pins 2-3 !P4< Bl"sh R>M Si. !3A 0 C . -unction 2. -unction DDR1 DDR2 D&MM1 D&MM2 4u! er Settin5 Short all !2"#$#C#D an% !3"#$#C#D pins Open all !2"#$#C#D an% !3"#$#C#D pins !P2< =ey.RAM 6ype Sele%tor This jumper enables to select the type of --4 or &-4 -4$!.RAM Volt"ge @VCCA This jumper enables to select voltage of -4$!. -unction 2M 'M 4u! er Settin5 Short Pins 1-2 Short Pins 2-3 6B .5V (DDR) 3V (SDR) 4u! er Settin5 Open Pins 1-2 Short Pins 1-2 !2A 0 C .< .!. -unction 5V 5VS$ 4u! er Settin5 Short Pins 1-2 Short Pins 2-3 !/3< Bl"sh R>M Volt"ge @VCCA This jumper enables to select voltage of flash 4.o"rd Po8er ># This jumper enables any keyboard activity to power up a system previously in a standby or sleep state..

@Pi# 2A 5C @Pi# 'A :i#e >$t@:A @Pi# /0A 11 ( :i#e >$t@:A @Pi# 9A :i#e >$t@RA @Pi# 5A VCC M)C @Pi# 3A M)C )5 @Pi# /A / 1 PA52:2 This panel connector provides a set of switch and :2. (A Reset S8it%h @Pi#s 5. 4efer to the table below for information. 3e6ice +mpt. 4A +.Mainboard User’s Manual T e Panel Connector PA52:/ If there are a headphone jack or'and a microphone jack on the front panel. :2. @Pi#s 2. 02 ' 01 -3 SP.9:2. @Pi#s /. 'A + + / 1 61 . connect the cables to the %$N2:6 on the mainboard. 5 / ' 3 2 1 2*pty @Pi# (A :i#e >$t@RA @Pi# 6A C5V A$dio @Pi# 4A 45.connectors found on $T+ case.. NC (ine O)t (R) 05V ")%io VCCM&C 1ND M&C &N Pins * 10 . 3e6ice (ine O)t (() +mpt. N#C Po2er ON#O33 Reset S2it4h SPD-(+D &n%i4ator 5DD (+D Pins 10 * / 5 . 3A 2*pty @Pi# /0A 11 ( 5C @Pi# 9A Po8er S8it%h @Pi#s 6.

:)5= :2./: Mainboard Installation !/6< :A5 :2. 3e6ice (in6 (+D "C7 (+D Pins 1 02 03 ' 1 + + 5ote< The plus sign 8J9 indicates a pin which must be 4 connected to a positive voltage. AC6 :2. )#di%"tor This connector is attached to :$N device that needs a :2indicator. 60 .

D)inch drive. /hen installing two I-2 devices on one cable. To maximi@e performance. get a second I-2 cable and you can add two more devices to the secondary I-2 channel. >-!$ is a technology to accelerate devices7 performance in the I-2 channel.Mainboard User’s Manual Ot er "e#ices Installation -lo " 3iskette 3ri6e Installation The mainboard has a floppy diskette drive 8F--9 interface and ships with a diskette drive ribbon cable that supports one or two floppy diskette drives.(D)inch drive and another type of connector for a 5.(D)inch drive and a 5. I3) 3e6ices Four mainboard has a primary and secondary I-2 channel interface 8I-26 and I-2(9. I-2 devices have jumpers or switches to set the I-2 device as !$&T24 or &:$"2. $n I-2 ribbon cable supporting two I-2 devices is bundled with the mainboard. install I-2 devices that support >-!$ and use 13)pin I-2 cables supporting >-!$ CC'633'655. If you want to install more than two I-2 devices. The floppy diskette drive cable has one type of connector for a D. Fou can install a D. (3 .D) inch drive with various capacities. ensure that one device is set to !$&T24 and the other one to &:$"2. This mainboard supports >ltra -!$ CC'633'655.

CN9 7Co!!unications Net.orkin5 9iser8 Slot Fou can install a . 5.N4 and two 5()bit %./: Mainboard Installation E$pansion Slots Installation This mainboard has one *x$#%.omponents Interconnect9 expansion slots.ommunications Networking 4iser9 card in the . one .N4 slot. 2nsure that the edge connector is correctly seated in the slot. 4emove a blanking plate from the system case corresponding to the slot you are going to use. 4 * '%P 7'ccelerated %ra hics Port8 Slot Fou can install a graphics adapter supporting *x$#% specification in the $#% slot. (.I interface expansion cards in the slots. &ecure the metal bracket of the card to the system case with a screw. This slot has one *x$#% edge connector. PCI 7Peri heral Co! onents Interconnect8 Slot Fou can install the 5()bit %.I 8%eripheral .N4 8the . Install the edge connector of the expansion card into the expansion slot. (6 . C5R/ PC) A4P/ 6.

2 C.Mainboard User’s Manual Connecting Optional "e#ices 4efer to the following for information on connecting the mainboard7s optional devices? / C./ S)R/ / / D>M/ D>:/ SP=/ / / -S02 !/2 / (( .

use auxiliary >& connectors >& ( to connect the front)mounted ports to the mainboard.. %in 6 5 D B 0 &ignal "24#MF%M>& %/43 >& MF%M%3) >& MF%M%3J #4. use the cable provided with the card to plug into the mainboard /. any :$N signal automatically resumes the system. /hen your system is in a power) saving mode./: Mainboard Installation 41/: Slee S.. This enables the /ake .r.ake +n Mode! If you have installed a :$N card.+21.+M1: . .:69 feature.3 .:6 connector. %in 6 5 &ignal &%A4 #N%in ( * &ignal N. %in 6 ( &ignal )2+T&!I #N- SP:1: S eaker Connector . JD" US#/: -ront anel US# header The mainboard has >& ports installed on the rear edge I'. If you have this kind of case.>N>& MF%M.itch This header is connected to the sleep button for suspending the computer7s activity if pushing the button. port array.. the computer is automatically suspended after passing a period of time.onnect the cable from the %.>NA2F %in ( * C 1 63 &ignal "24#MF%M>& %/43 >& MF%M%6) >& MF%M%6J #4. Fou must enable this item using the %ower !anagement page of the &etup >tility.ake +n 2'N.n :$N 8/. (5 . speaker to the &%A6 header on the mainboard. &ome computer cases have a special module that mounts >& ports at the front of the case.

. you can connect the drive audio cable to the onboard sound system.3&3 'udio In ut Connector If you have installed a .2 %in 6 ( 5 * (* .! drive have different kinds of audio cable connectors.-)4.! drive or -"-)4. &ee . use the cable provided with the modem to plug into the mainboard /.-) 4.onnect the cable to the appropriate connector.n the mainboard. any modem signal automatically resumes the system.n !odem 8/. /hen your system is in a power)saving mode. . .. %in 6 ( 5 &ignal D"& #N)4IN# C31./ and C. C.2.IN : #N#N. There are two kinds of connector because different brands of .Mainboard User’s Manual If you have installed a modem.IN 4 C.IN 4 &ignal .hapter 5 for more information.IN : #N. locate the two *)pin connectors C..!6 connector.! drive./:C3$9+M. This enables the /ake . Fou must enable this item using the %ower !anagement page of the &etup >tility./ %in 6 ( 5 * &ignal #N.!69 feature..

and other computers. %in 6 5 D &ignal N. JD" I4T+ %in ( * C &ignal A2F #NI44+ (D ./: Mainboard Installation SI91: Serial infrared ort The mainboard supports a &erial Infrared 8&I469 data port. %ersonal -igital $ssistants 8%-$s9. Infrared ports allow the wireless exchange of information between your computer and similarly eGuipped devices such as printers. laptops.

(C . such as date and time. you can use the clear .%>. It can even stop your computer booting properly. Fou can run the setup utility and manually change the configuration. the type of hardware installed. Fou might need to do this to configure some hardware installed in or connected to the mainboard. If the &etup >tility configuration is incorrect.!.& jumper to clear the .& &etup >tility records settings and information of your computer.& memory which has stored the configuration informationL or you can hold down the P"ge -p key while rebooting your computer. If it happens. disk drives. such as the . Eolding down the P"ge -p key also clears the setup information.<: #I+S Setu Utilit" Chapter 3 #I+S Setu Utilit" Introduction The I. it may cause the system to malfunction.!. Four computer applies those information to initiali@e all the components when booting up and basic functions of coordination between system components. etc. and various configuration settings. system memory.

%ress B6 to install the setup utility with a set of default values. press B/0 to save those changes and exit the utility. AMIBIOS SIMPLE SETUP UTILITY – VERSION 1. press the . /henever you see this message.r!a$#e *a)+e' 11 4 Sa*e9E3"t Sta$&ar&' COMOS 'et+p 0. &ome options on the main menu page lead to tables of items with installed values that you can use cursor arrow keys to highlight one item. %ress B5 to reset the changes to the original values. Fou can use cursor arrow keys to highlight anyone of options on the main menu page. %ress 2#ter to select the highlighted option.r #ha$%"$% t"!e( &ate( har& &"': t/pe( et#. and press Pg-p and Pg.r& E3"t E'# 4 5+"t ↑ ↓ ← → 4 Se)e#t Ite! (Sh"0t)12 4 Cha$%e C. (B .a& Opt"!a) Sett"$%' L.-er Ma$a%e!e$t Set+p PCI .# keys to cycle through alternative values of that item.).$"t.a& Be't Per0. %ress the 2s%"pe key to leave the setup utility. The other options on the main menu page lead to dialog boxes reGuiring your answer Fes or No by hitting the E or 5 keys.r Cha$%e Pa''-. Eold down the Shi1t key and press B2 to cycle through the &etup >tility7s optional color schemes.elete key.<: #I+S Setu Utilit" %unning t e Setup &tility 2very time you start your computer. %ress B' to install the setup utility with a set of high)performance values.12 (C) 2 A!er"#a$ Me%atre$&'( I$#.r 16 4 O)& Va)+e' 17 4 Opt"!a) *a)+e' 18 4 Be't per0. a message appears on the screen before the operating system loading that prompts you to <Hit <DEL>if you want to run SETUP=. If you have already changed the setup utility. A)) R"%ht' Re'er*e& Sta$&ar& CMOS Set+p A&*a$#e& Set+p P.r!a$#e Sett"$%' 1eat+re' Set+p CPU P$P Set+p 2ar&-are M. P)+% a$& P)a/ Set+p L. and the !ain menu page of the &etup >tility appears on your monitor.21.

! Se# M.yls.4 M.pp/ .Mainboard User’s Manual Standard CMOS Setup Page This page helps you set up basic information such as the date and time.'') 4 114==433 T/pe Pr" Ma'ter 4 A+t.)..r"*e B 4 N. >se these items to set up si@e and capacity of the floppy diskette drive8s9 installed in the system.t I$'ta))e& M. choose Auto. and the diskette drives.ete#t A)) 2.r"*e A 4 1. 1). If you have a .pp/ .AR.!!. . and then fill in the hard disk characteristics 8&i@e. If you have an $T$%I device with removable media 8e.g.$th 4 <a$ – .rive 0 >se these items to set up system date and time >se these items to configure devices connected to the %rimary and &econdary I-2 channels.&&. select the setting CDROM.&e M.-)4. LBA B): PIO 32B"t S">e C/)$ 2ea& ?P#.rive A Bloppy . A)) R"%ht' Re'er*e& (C) 2 .r F3 4 .//) 4 T+e <a$ 21( 2 3 T"!e (hh. Se# S)a*e 4 A+t. set it to User.&e O$ O$ O$ O$ Se# Ma'ter 4 A+t. (1 . CMOS SETUP A!er"#a$ Me%atre$&'( I$#.== MB 31. Pr" S)a*e 4 A+t.&e M.2 1).a/ 4 1 – 31 Year 4 1@ 1 – 2 @@ ESC 4 E3"t ↑↓ 4 Se)e#t Ite! PU/PD/+/. a NI% drive or an :&)6(39. etc. To configure an I-2 hard disk drive.2 Pri M"ster Pri Sl"ve Se% M"ster Se% Sl"ve Bloppy . select Flopti al.9 manually."te F 6i*e ).&e M.e# .ate (!!. If the Auto setting fails to find a hard disk drive.&"0/ (Shift)F2 4 C. AMIBIOS SETUP – STAN. . the I-2 devices.! drive.

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. .6 .ROM Ye' .R.r"*"$% Ma$+a) AEP C. e more careful to this page.t .IMM.pp/ C. AMIBIOS SETUP – A.pp/ . A)) R"%ht' Re'er*e& E$aA)e& I.e0a+)t' 4 L. S..#: 1).RAM CASD Late$#/ S.. .).M.$ 7=MB E$aA)e& .EB 1)."'aA)e& (C) 2 5+"#: B.t . OS..e*"#e' S."'aA)e' 1 M2> 2."':' B.a& Set+p .r"*e See: Pa''-.RAM T"!"$% A/ SP.A.RAM 1reC+e$#/ S.r"*"$% ESC 11 16 17 18 4 5+"t ↑↓←→ 4 Se)e#t Ite! 4 2e)p PU.e*"#e Tr/ Other B.."'aA)e& .Mainboard User’s Manual 'd#anced Setup Page This page sets up more advanced information about your system.r 4 L..r& Che#: B.T.+. 0.!p.2 L2 Ca#he S/'te! BIOS Ca#heaA)e S. SETUP A!er"#a$ Me%atre$&'( I$#.B 4 M. $ny changes can affect the operation of your computer.PCI C): CLG Ee$ Sprea& Spe#tr+! 2/per Threa&"$% 1+$#t".t 1't B.!p.e0a+)t' 53 .pp/ ."'aA)e& .t .e*"#e 3r& B.RAM Ba$: I$ter)ea*e AEP M."'aA)e& =F A+t.tUp N+!BL. E$aA)e& E$aA)e& .r"*e S-ap 1).r 2ar& .t T.&"0/ 4 O)& Va)+e' (Sh"0t)12 4 C."'aA)e& Set+p N.a& BIOS .&e AEP C.. CB AEP Apert+re S">e A+t. &ete#t .e*"#e 2$& B.VANCE."'aA)e& O$ ..t .P.

1or +"rd .rive S8"p Bloppy .R. 8&elf) !onitoring. the system starts up more Guickly be elimination some of the power on test routines.4. If you enable this item.$. a segment of the 56 . :eave these items enabled since all the processors that can be installed on this board have internal :( cache memory.M.6.evi%e 3rd 0oot . This item determines if the Num :ock key is active or inactive at system start) up time. If you enable this item.&'( operating system and you have more than C*! of system memory installed.evi%e 6ry >ther 0oot .!. -isable this item unless you are using an old 5C3A drive. use this item to determine. 2nable this item if any I-2 hard disks support the &.T.evi%e 2#d 0oot . the system will also search for other boot devices if it fails to find an operating system from the first two locations. if the password is reGuired to enter the &etup >tility 8Setup9 or reGuired both at start) up and to enter the &etup >tility 8Always9.rive See& P"ss8ord Che%& 0oot to >S 2 H 64M0 :2 C"%he Syste* 0)>S If you enable this item.is&s 0oot-p 5$*9 :o%& Bloppy . 2nable this item if you are booting the .evi%e S.A. drive $ becomes drive and drive becomes drive $. If you have entered a password for the system. $nalysis and 4eporting Technology9 feature. >se these items to determine the device order the computer uses to look for an operating system to load at start)up time. your system will check all floppy disk drives at start up. If you enable this item. If you have two diskette drives installed and you enable this item.<: #I+S Setu Utilit" G$i%& 0oot /st 0oot .

)MM PC) Clo%& C:= 425 5( system I. separate memory banks are set for odd and even addresses and the next byte of memory can be accessed while the current byte is being refreshed. The (T setting reGuires faster memory that specifically supports this mode.rivi#g A4P Mode A4P Apert$re Si. >se this item to set the system bus .(. This item determines the operation of &-4$! memory .& will be copied to main memory for faster execution.I slots.rivi#g M"#$"l A4P Co*p. .RAM BreI$e#%y S. This item allows you to enable or disable the &-4$! timing defined by the &erial %resence -etect electrical. /e recommend that you set this item to the default. I.Mainboard User’s Manual C"%he".n oard "#$ mode with three options of 6.RAM CASJ :"te#%y S. This item provides the . >se this item to signal driving current on $#% cards to auto or manual. /hen enabled. &ome $#% cards need stronger than normal driving current in order to operate. It is recommended that you leave this item at the default value.RAM 6i*i#g 0y SP. use this item to set the $#% current driving value. S. /hen $#% -riving is set to !anual.$& 8column address strobe9. 2nable this item to increase &-4$! memory speed. This item defines an $#% for the graphics. . * multiplied freGuency. /hen this item is enabled. :eave this item at the default value C*! .e A$to dete%t .le S.& will disable the clock signal of free -I!!'%.RAM 0"#& )#terle"ve A4P Co*p. This item determines freGuency of &-4$! memory.

-er Ma$a%e!e$t S+'pe$& T"!e O+t HM"$.<: #I+S Setu Utilit" Spre"d Spe%tr$* +yper 6hre"di#g B$#%tio# spread spectrum for the installed processor."'aA)e& 16 12 3 3 .r L.A ESC 11 16 17 18 4 4 4 4 4 5+"t ↑↓←→ 4 Se)e#t Ite! 2e)p PU.ar& P.e0a+)t' 55 .$& LAN.a& Set+p .+r RTC A)ar! M"$+te RTC A)ar! Se#.a& BIOS .-er O$ Ge/A.&.%>. Fou can set O-isabledO or O2nabledO to control ET ."'aA)e& ..%> is not ET ."'aA)e& .I 2ar& . I.%> is ET . If your %* .%> support in .I Re'+!e O$ RTC A)ar! RTC A)ar! ."'aA)e& .B 4 M.+.R"$% P.& will show this item.S P."': T"!e O+t HM"$.ate RTC A)ar! 2.%> function.&"0/ O)& Va)+e' (Sh"0t)12 4 C..P. If your %* .-er O$ ?a:eBUp Ge/ ?a:eBUp Pa''-."'aA)e& A$/ :e/ N.e0a+)t' L.r& Ye' E$aA)e& . A)) R"%ht' Re'er*e& ACPI A-are O. AMIBIOS SETUP – PO?ER MANAEEMENT SETUP (C) 2 A!er"#a$ Me%atre$&'( I$#.). &et <2nabled= to test ET . Po(er Management Setup Page This page sets up some parameters of system power management operation.%>. this item will be hidden.

The system can be turned off with a software command. 5* .n jumper and use an $T+ power supply in order to use this feature. you can use the items below to set the power management operation.Mainboard User’s Manual ACP) A8"re >S Po8er M"#"ge*e#t S$spe#d 6i*e >$t +"rd . This item sets up the timeout to power down the hard disk drive. If you enable this item. >se this item to enable or disable a power management scheme.%I feature.%I 8$dvanced . 8realtime clock9.%I are supported. the system can automatically resume at a fixed time based on the system7s 4T. >se the items below this one to set the date and time of the wake)up alarm. If you enable power management. >se this item to enable or disable the $.o"rd Po8er ># D"&e9-p =ey D"&e9-p P"ss8ord This item supports $. the system can automatically resume if there is an incoming call on the !odem. oth $%! and $.onfiguration and %ower management Interface9. The system can be turned off with a software command. If you enable this item. Fou must enable the Aeyboard %ower ."te +o$r Mi#$te Se%o#d :A5 Ri#g Po8er ># =ey. If you enable this item. This sets the timeout for &uspend mode in minutes. system can automatically resume by pressing hot keys on the keyboard or typing in the password. Fou must use an $T+ power supply in order to use this feature. if there is no hard disk activity after passing the preset period of time. If the time selected passes without any system activity.is& 6i*e >$t Res$*e ># R6C Al"r* . the computer will enter power)saving &uspend mode. Fou must use an $T+ power supply in order to use this feature.

).E B+'Ma'ter Ye' 32MB PCI Ye' .#ate IR5 0.a& BIOS .+. PLAY SETUP (C) 2 A!er"#a$ Me%atre$&'( I$#. The default $#% setting still lets the onboard display work and allows the use of a second display card installed in an $#% slot. This item lets you allocate a portion of the main memory for the onboard "#$ display application with three options of 1'6C'5(! .r PCI VEA PCI I.r L.I bus and those utili@ing the system plug and play capability. PLUE AN. /e recommend you to leave this item at the default value.e Pri*"ry 4r"phi%s Ad"pter Allo%"te )RG 1or PC) V4A PC) ).& mode.2 0$sM"ster 2nable this item if you are using an . an I4P will be assigned to the %.I or the $#% bus.S Share Me!.<: #I+S Setu Utilit" PCI / Plug and Play Setup Page This page sets up some parameters for devices installed on the %. If this item is enabled..B 4 M."'aA)e& ESC 11 16 17 18 4 4 4 4 4 5+"t ↑↓←→ 4 Se)e#t Ite! 2e)p PU.&"0/ O)& Va)+e' (Sh"0t)12 4 C.I "#$ graphics system. This item indicates if the primary graphics adapter uses the %. Fou set this value to No to free up an I4P. AMIBIOS SETUP – PCI .P.a& Set+p .'& that supports %lug and %lay such as /indows 0D or 01.e0a+)t' L.e0a+)t' Pl$g "#d Pl"y A8"re > S Sh"re Me*ory Si.r/ S">e Pr"!ar/ Eraph"#' A&apter A)). A)) R"%ht' Re'er*e& P)+% a$& P)a/ A-are O. 5D . This item enables or disables the -!$ under -.

ar& MI.r L.rtA O$B.I P.Mainboard User’s Manual )oad Optimal Settings If you select this item and press 2#ter a dialog box appears.))er 2e)p PU. the &etup >tility loads a set of fail)safe default values.MA O$B. the &etup >tility loads a set of best) performance default values.C O$B.rt IR5 Para))e) P.ar& Ser"a) P. If you press E.E A+&".rt O$B.B 4 M.th E$aA)e& A+t.e0a+)t' 5C .A 2 1h 3 h 1 B.ar& Ea!e P.COM1 .e*"#e M.+. )oad *est Per+ormance Settings If you select this item and press 2#ter a dialog box appears.e*"#e USB C."'aA)e& 38Jh SPP 8 N.&e! . Features Setup Page This page sets up some parameters for those peripheral devices connected to the system.ar& Para))e) P. If you press E.e0a+)t' L.a& BIOS . E$aA)e& E$aA)e& ESC Ite! 11 16 17 18 4 5+"t 4 4 4 4 ↑↓←→ 4 Se)e#t (C) 2 O$B..rt .$tr. and then 2#ter.rt M.rt Para))e) P.ar& IR P.).rt MI. AMIBIOS SETUP – 1EATURES SETUP A!er"#a$ Me%atre$&'( I$#.rt O$B.I P. These default values are Guite demanding and your system might not function properly if you are using slower memory chips or other low)performance components. Note: It is highly recommended that users enter this option to load optimal values for accessing the best performance.ar& I. and then 2#ter.rt IR5 O$B. . A)) R"%ht' Re'er*e& E$aA)e& 31Jh.e*"#e Ether$et .P.&"0/ O)& Va)+e' (Sh"0t)12 4 C.&e Para))e) P. These default values are not very demanding and they should allow your system to function with most kinds of hardware and memory chips.a& Set+p .ar& 1.

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% 82xtended . address for the game port. Fou can select &%% 8&tandard %arallel %ort9.% J 2%%. and to assign a port address. >se this item to assign I4P B to the parallel port. >se this item to set the parallel port mode. if you have installed a >& device .MA >#0o"rd 4"*e Port >#0o"rd M). 7his item ena8les or %isa8les the on8oar% +thernet ("N.2 A$dio .) Port M).evi%e 2ther#et .evi%e :eg"%y 51 >se this item to enable or disable the onboard floppy disk drive interface. This item enables or disables the I'.) Port )RG >#0o"rd ). This item enables or disables the !. 2%% 82nhanced %arallel %ort9.apabilities %ort9.. This item enables or disables the $. >se this item to select the >& ports or disabled. >se this item to enable or disable the onboard infrared port. and to assign a port address.evi%e -S0 Co#troller -S0 . >se this item to enable or disable the onboard I-2 channel. or 2. and to assign a port address. >se this item to enable or disable the onboard . 2. >se this item to enable or disable the onboard !I-I port. >se this item to assign I4P to the parallel port. This item allows you to enable the >& device.70B modem chip.Mainboard User’s Manual >#0o"rd B.C >#0o"rd Seri"l PortA >#0o"rd )R Port P"r"llel Port Mode P"r"llel Port )RG P"r"llel Port .!6 serial port. >se this item to assign a -!$ channel to the parallel port.70B audio chip.evi%e Mode* .

P. core voltage.B 4 M.%> and make the appropriate adjustments to the items on this page.<: #I+S Setu Utilit" S$pport 6h$*.>S on the system board. CPU 1reC+e$#/ CP0RA5.r L. CP& PnP Setup Page This page helps you manually configure the mainboard for the . The system will automatically detect the type of installed .a& Be't per0.%>. AMIBIOS SETUP – CPU P$P SETUP A!er"#a$ Me%atre$&'( I$#.)..+. CPU T/pe CPU Rat".rive S$pport Bor .. 3 1 M2> ESC 11 16 17 18 4 4 4 4 4 5+"t ↑↓←→ 4 Se)e#t Ite! 2e)p PU.a& Opt"!a) *a)+e' L. ratio and freGuency of .r!a$#e *a)+e' K2 CPU BRAN. 2nable this item to make a small portion of memory storage device for the >& ports. A)) R"%ht' Re'er*e& INTEL Pe$t"+! = J. 50 . 6ype Core Volt"ge R"tio BreI$e#%y These items show the type.&"0/ O)& Va)+e' (Sh"0t)12 4 C.%> installed in your system.

P.Mainboard User’s Manual . There will be the second dialog box asking you to retype the password for confirmation.@=6V 12. the password is reGuired for the access to the &etup >tility or for it at start)up. %ress 2nter after you have typed in the password.@7JV 6.+.3@2V =.?ARE MONITOR A!er"#a$ Me%atre$&'( I$#. depending on the setting of the %assword . 27V 3.).%> and system temperature measurement. *3 .ard(are Monitor Page This page sets up some parameters for the hardware monitoring function of this mainboard. (C) 2 AMIBIOS SETUP – 2AR. %ress 2nter after you have retyped it correctly.&"0/ O)& Va)+e' (Sh"0t)12 4 C. Fou can enter no more than six letters or numbers.3V V## 6V +12V B12V SB6V VBAT SYSTEM 1a$ Spee& CPU 1a$ Spee& P.6V V## 3.a& BIOS .r L.heck item in $dvanced &etup.732V 2. These items indicate cooling fan speeds in 4%! and the various system voltage measurements. A)) R"%ht' Re'er*e& 1.-er Te!perat+re SYSTEM Te!perat+re CPU Te!perat+re ESC Ite! 11 16 17 18 4 5+"t 4 4 4 4 ↑↓←→ 4 Se)e#t 2e)p PU.Syste* 6e*per"t$re BA5s F Volt"ge Me"s$re*e#ts These items display .a& Set+p .=JJV RPM 13 J RPM 33° C. Then.1=3° 1 LLL S/'te! 2ar&-are LLL V#. 32V B11.=@7V 3..e0a+)t' CP.e0a+)t' L.re V## 2.@1° 1 3@° C.1 2° 1 72° C.B 4 M. C ange Pass(ord If you highlight this item and press 2nter. a dialog box appears that you can enter a &upervisor password.

*6 . press F to save and exit. or press N to exit without saving.<: #I+S Setu Utilit" E$it Eighlight this item and press 2nter to save the changes that you have made in the &etup >tility configuration and exit the program. /hen the &ave and 2xit dialog box appears.

lications 50 .are = ' lications Chapter = Soft. The support . necessary drivers and utility programs to properly run our products.-. it will automatically install all the drivers and utilities for your mainboardL if /indows NT or manual installation.-)4.into your .! contains all useful software. and then you can go on the auto)installing or manual installation depending on your operating system. $n $uto &etup screen automatically pops out.are = ' Introduction This chapter describes the contents of the support .! drive. !ore program information is available in a 42$-!2 file. If your operating system is /indows 01'!2'(333'+%. To run the support .! that comes with the mainboard package.. please follow the instructions described as the Installing under /indows NT or !anual Installation section. simply insert the .4: Soft.-)4.-)4. located in the same directory as the software.

Insert the support .! disc in the system .-)4.! disc in the . reinsert the .! drive. and click the &etup icon. The Appli%"tio# button brings up a software menu.Mainboard User’s Manual Installing Support So+t(are 6.! drive.automatically displays an $uto &etup screen.The screen displays three buttons of Set$p.. 0ro8se C. button is a standard /indows command that you can check the contents of the disc with the /indows 01 file browsing interface. To run the program again./hen you insert the . The 23it button closes the $uto &etup window.-)4. It shows the bundled software that this mainboard supports.-)4. 5.-)4. (. The 0ro8se C.-)4. the . %lease see the following illustration.-)4. *3 . and 23it on the right side. Appli%"tio# and Re"dMe at the bottom. The Set$p button runs the software auto)installing program as explained in next section.! driver from the /indows 2xplorer.! disc in the driveL or click the . The Re"dMe brings you to the Install %ath where you can find out path names of software driver. and three others Set$p.

/111. .M). /hen the process is finished. . all the support software will be installed and start working. (. *6 .indo.!? 6.-)4.nce any of the installation procedures start.are = ' lications 'uto$Installin5 under . confirm commands and allow the computer to restart as few times as needed to complete installing whatever software you selected. . The support software will automatically install.lick the 5e3t button to proceed. software is automatically installed in seGuence. Fou need to follow the onscreen instructions. &elect the items that you want to setup by clicking on it 8the default options are recommended9. 5.lick the 5e3t button. The installation program loads and displays the following screen.s (8.>P If you are under /indows 01'!2'(333'+%.4: Soft. please click the Set$p button to run the software auto)installing program while the $uto &etup screen pops out after inserting the support .

!.lick the software you want to install.! is for users7 convenience.-)4.-)4.lick the Appli%"tio# button while the $uto &etup screen pops out after inserting the support . the auto)installing program doesn7t work outL or you have to do the manual installation.-)4. *( .!? 6.s NT or Manual Installation If you are under /indows NT.lick the Re"dMe to bring up a screen.indo. Follow onscreen instructions to install the software program step by step until finished. . . $ software menu appears. and then click the Install %ath at the bottom of the screen. Fou can install bundled software as follows? 6. 5. 5. please follow this procedure while the $uto &etup screen pops out after inserting the support . Install each software in accordance with the corresponding driver path. (. . *undled So+t(are Installation $ll bundled software available on the .Mainboard User’s Manual Installin5 under . (. Find out your mainboard model name and click on it to obtain its correct driver directory.

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