Gigabyte GA-M68mt-d3 Manual
Gigabyte - Micro ATX - DDR3
AMD AM3 760G+SB710 - Ultradurable 3,
Part Numbers: GA-M68MT-D3, GAM68MTD3
UPC: , 0818313010865, 818313010865
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1-4-1 Dual Channel Memory Configuration
This motherboard provides two DDR3 memory sockets and supports Dual Channel Technology. The two DDR3 memory sockets are divided into two channels and each channel has two memory sockets as following: Channel 0: DDR3_1 Channel 1: DDR3_2
Due to CPU limitation, read the following guidelines before installing the memory in Dual Channel mode. 1. Dual Channel mode cannot be enabled if only one DDR3 memory module is installed. 2. When enabling Dual Channel mode with two memory modules, it is recommended that memory of the same capacity, brand, speed, and chips be used.
1-5 Installing an Expansion Card
Read the following guidelines before you begin to install an expansion card: Make sure the motherboard supports the expansion card. Carefully read the manual that came with your expansion card. Always turn off the computer and unplug the power cord from the power outlet before installing an expansion card to prevent hardware damage.
1-6 Back Panel Connectors
PS/2 Keyboard and PS/2 Mouse Port
Use the upper port (green) to connect a PS/2 mouse and the lower port (purple) to connect a PS/2 keyboard. Use the parallel port to connect devices such as a printer, scanner and etc. The parallel port is also called a printer port. - 10 -
to this port.
Use the serial port to connect devices such as a mouse, modem or other peripherals.
The D-Sub port supports a 15-pin D-Sub connector. Connect a monitor that supports D-Sub connection
USB 2.0/1.1 Port
The USB port supports the USB 2.0/1.1 specification. Use this port for USB devices such as a USB keyboard/mouse, USB printer, USB flash drive and etc. The Gigabit Ethernet LAN port provides Internet connection at up to 1 Gbps data rate. The following describes the states of the LAN port LEDs.
Connection/ Speed LED Activity LED Connection/Speed LED: State Orange Green Off Description 1 Gbps data rate 100 Mbps data rate 10 Mbps data rate Activity LED: State Blinking Off Description Data transmission or receiving is occurring No data transmission or receiving is occurring
The front panel design may differ by chassis. A front panel module mainly consists of power switch, reset switch, power LED, hard drive activity LED, speaker and etc. When connecting your chassis front panel module to this header, make sure the wire assignments and the pin assignments are matched correctly. Hardware Installation - 16 -
9) F_AUDIO (Front Panel Audio Header)
The front panel audio header supports Intel High Definition audio (HD) and AC'97 audio. You may connect your chassis front panel audio module to this header. Make sure the wire assignments of the module connector match the pin assignments of the motherboard header. Incorrect connection between the module connector and the motherboard header will make the device unable to work or even damage it.
For HD Front Panel Audio: Pin No. Definition 1 MIC2_L 2 GND 3 MIC2_R 4 -ACZ_DET 5 LINE2_R 6 GND 7 FAUDIO_JD 8 No Pin 9 LINE2_L 10 GND
For AC'97 Front Panel Audio: Pin No. Definition 1 MIC 2 GND 3 MIC Power 4 NC 5 Line Out (R) 6 NC 7 NC 8 No Pin 9 Line Out (L) 10 NC
The front panel audio header supports HD audio by default. Audio signals will be present on both of the front and back panel audio connections simultaneously. Some chassis provide a front panel audio module that has separated connectors on each wire instead of a single plug. For information about connecting the front panel audio module that has different wire assignments, please contact the chassis manufacturer.
10) CD_IN (CD In Connector)
You may connect the audio cable that came with your optical drive to the header.
Pin No. Definition CD-L GND GND CD-R
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11) SPDIF_IO (S/PDIF In/Out Header)
This header supports digital S/PDIF In/Out. Via an optional S/PDIF In and Out cable, this header can connect to an audio device that supports digital audio out and an audio system that supports digital audio in. For purchasing the optional S/PDIF In and Out cable, please contact the local dealer.
Pin No. 5 6
Definition Power No Pin SPDIF SPDIFI GND GND
12) F_USB1/F_USB2 (USB Headers)
The headers conform to USB 2.0/1.1 specification. Each USB header can provide two USB ports via an optional USB bracket. For purchasing the optional USB bracket, please contact the local dealer.
Pin No. Definition Power (5V) Power (5V) USB DXUSB DYUSB DX+ USB DY+ GND GND No Pin NC
Do not plug the IEEE 1394 bracket (2x5-pin) cable into the USB header. Prior to installing the USB bracket, be sure to turn off your computer and unplug the power cord from the power outlet to prevent damage to the USB bracket.
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13) CLR_CMOS (Clearing CMOS Jumper)
Use this jumper to clear the CMOS values (e.g. date information and BIOS configurations) and reset the CMOS values to factory defaults. To clear the CMOS values, place a jumper cap on the two pins to temporarily short the two pins or use a metal object like a screwdriver to touch the two pins for a few seconds.
Short: Clear CMOS Values
Always turn off your computer and unplug the power cord from the power outlet before clearing the CMOS values. After clearing the CMOS values and before turning on your computer, be sure to remove the jumper cap from the jumper. Failure to do so may cause damage to the motherboard. After system restart, go to BIOS Setup to load factory defaults (select Load Optimized Defaults) or manually configure the BIOS settings (refer to Chapter 2, "BIOS Setup," for BIOS configurations).
14) BAT (Battery)
The battery provides power to keep the values (such as BIOS configurations, date, and time information) in the CMOS when the computer is turned off. Replace the battery when the battery voltage drops to a low level, or the CMOS values may not be accurate or may be lost.
Always turn off your computer and unplug the power cord before replacing the battery. Replace the battery with an equivalent one. Danger of explosion if the battery is replaced with an incorrect model. Contact the place of purchase or local dealer if you are not able to replace the battery by yourself or uncertain about the battery model. When installing the battery, note the orientation of the positive side (+) and the negative side (-) of the battery (the positive side should face up). Used batteries must be handled in accordance with local environmental regulations. - 19 Hardware Installation
You may clear the CMOS values by removing the battery: 1. Turn off your computer and unplug the power cord. 2. Gently remove the battery from the battery holder and wait for one minute. (Or use a metal object like a screwdriver to touch the positive and negative terminals of the battery holder, making them short for 5 seconds.) 3. Replace the battery. 4. Plug in the power cord and restart your computer.
Chapter 2 BIOS Setup
To access the BIOS Setup program, press the <Delete> key during the POST when the power is turned on. To see more advanced BIOS Setup menu options, you can press <Ctrl> + <F1> in the main menu of the BIOS Setup program. To upgrade the BIOS, use either the GIGABYTE Q-Flash or @BIOS utility. Q-Flash allows the user to quickly and easily upgrade or back up BIOS without entering the operating system. @BIOS is a Windows-based utility that searches and downloads the latest version of BIOS from the Internet and updates the BIOS. Because BIOS flashing is potentially risky, if you do not encounter problems using the current version of BIOS, it is recommended that you not flash the BIOS. To flash the BIOS, do it with caution. Inadequate BIOS flashing may result in system malfunction. It is recommended that you not alter the default settings (unless you need to) to prevent system instability or other unexpected results. Inadequately altering the settings may result in system's failure to boot. If this occurs, try to clear the CMOS values and reset the board to default values. (Refer to the "Load Optimized Defaults" section in this chapter or introductions of the battery/ clearing CMOS jumper in Chapter 1 for how to clear the CMOS values.)
2-1 Startup Screen
The following screens may appear when the computer boots.
Award Modular BIOS v6.00PG, An Energy Star Ally Copyright (C) 1984-2010, Award Software, Inc.
Motherboard Model BIOS Version
M68MT-D3 E3. <DEL>: BIOS Setup <F9>: XpressRecovery2 <F12>: Boot Menu <End>: Qflash 05/20/2010-NF-MCP68-6A61KG0NC-00
2-2 The Main Menu
Once you enter the BIOS Setup program, the Main Menu (as shown below) appears on the screen. Use arrow keys to move among the items and press <Enter> to accept or enter a sub-menu.
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Sets the system date. Sets the system time.
IDE Channel 0 Master/Slave, IDE Channel 2, 3, 4, 5 Master
IDE HDD Auto-Detection, IDE Auto-Detection Press <Enter> to autodetect the parameters of the IDE/SATA device on this channel. IDE Channel 0 Master/Slave, Extended IDE Drive Configure your IDE/SATA devices by using one of the three methods below: Auto Lets the BIOS automatically detect IDE/SATA devices during the POST. (Default) None If no IDE/SATA devices are used, set this item to None so the system will skip the detection of the device during the POST for faster system startup. Access Mode Sets the hard drive access mode. (Default: Auto) The following fields display your hard drive specifications. If you wish to enter the parameters manually, refer to the information on the hard drive. Capacity Approximate capacity of the currently installed hard drive. Cylinder Number of cylinders. Head Number of heads. Precomp Write precompensation cylinder. Landing Zone Landing zone. Sector Number of sectors.
Floppy 3 Mode Support
Allows you to select the type of floppy disk drive installed in your system. If you do not install a floppy disk drive, set this item to None. Options are: None, 360K/5.25", 1.2M/5.25", 720K/3.5", 1.44M/3.5", 2.88M/3.5". Allows you to specify whether the installed floppy disk drive is 3-mode floppy disk drive, a Japanese standard floppy disk drive. Options are: Disabled (default), Drive A. Allows you to determine whether the system will stop for an error during the POST. Options are: "All Errors," "No Errors," "All, But Keyboard" (default), "All, But Diskette," "All, But Disk/Key." These fields are read-only and are determined by the BIOS POST.
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2-5 Advanced BIOS Features
CMOS Setup Utility-Copyright (C) 1984-2010 Award Software Advanced BIOS Features x x } AMD C1E Support (Note) Virtualization AMD K8 Cool&Quiet control CPU Unlock (Note) CPU core Control CPU core 2 (Note) CPU core 3 (Note) Hard Disk Boot Priority First Boot Device Second Boot Device Third Boot Device Password Check HDD S.M.A.R.T. Capability Away Mode Backup BIOS Image to HDD Init Display First Frame Buffer Size Onboard GPU [Disabled] [Enabled] [Auto] [Disabled] [Auto] Enabled Enabled [Press Enter] [Floppy] [Hard Disk] [CDROM] [Setup] [Disabled] [Disabled] [Disabled] [PEG] [Auto] [Enable If No Ext PEG] Item Help Menu Level
AMD C1E Support (Note)
Enables or disables the C1E CPU power-saving function in system halt state. When enabled, the CPU core frequency and voltage will be reduced during system halt state to decrease power consumption. (Default: Disabled) Virtualization allows a platform to run multiple operating systems and applications in independent partitions. With virtualization, one computer system can function as multiple virtual systems. (Default: Enabled) Auto Disabled Lets the AMD Cool'n'Quiet driver dynamically adjust the CPU clock and VID to reduce heat output from your computer and its power consumption. (Default) Disables this function.
AMD K8 Cool&Quiet control
CPU core Control
Allows you to determine whether to unlock hidden CPU cores. (Default: Disabled)
CPU core 2 (Note) CPU core 3 (Note)
Allows you to determine whether to manually enable/disable CPU Core 2 and Core 3. Manual allows the two items below to be configurable. Auto Lets the BIOS to enable all CPU cores (number of cores available depends on the CPU being used). Manual Allows you to individually enable/disable CPU Core 2 and Core 3. Enables or disables CPU Core 2. (Default: Enabled) Enables or disables CPU Core 3. (Default: Enabled)
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Hard Disk Boot Priority
First/Second/Third Boot Device Password Check
Specifies the sequence of loading the operating system from the installed hard drives. Specifies the boot order from the available devices.
Specifies whether a password is required every time the system boots, or only when you enter BIOS Setup. After configuring this item, set the password(s) under the Set Supervisor/User Password item in the BIOS Main Menu. Setup A password is only required for entering the BIOS Setup program. (Default) System A password is required for booting the system and for entering the BIOS Setup program.
HDD S.M.A.R.T. Capability
Enables or disables the S.M.A.R.T. (Self Monitoring and Reporting Technology) capability of your hard drive. This feature allows your system to report read/write errors of the hard drive and to issue warnings when a third party hardware monitor utility is installed. (Default: Enabled) Enables or disables Away Mode in Windows XP Media Center operating system. Away Mode allows the system to silently perform unattended tasks while in a low-power mode that appears off. (Default: Disabled) Allows the system to copy the BIOS image file to the hard drive. If the system BIOS is corrupted, it will be recovered from this image file. (Default: Disabled) Specifies the first initiation of the monitor display from the installed PCI graphics card, PCI Express graphics card, or the onboard graphics. PCI Slot Sets the PCI graphics card as the first display. Onboard VGA Sets the onboard graphics as the first display. PEG Sets the PCI Express graphics card as the first display. (Default) Frame buffer size is the total amount of system memory allocated solely for the onboard graphics controller. MS-DOS, for example, will use only this memory for display. Options are: Auto (Default), Disabled, 32M, 64M, 128M, 256M. Enables or disables the onboard graphics function. Enable If No Ext PEG Activates the onboard graphics only if no PCI Express graphics card is installed. (Default) Always Enable Always activates the onboard graphics, whether or not a PCI Express card is installed. If you wish to set up a dual view configuration, set this item to Always Enable.
Backup BIOS Image to HDD
Init Display First
Frame Buffer Size
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2-6 Integrated Peripherals
CMOS Setup Utility-Copyright (C) 1984-2010 Award Software Integrated Peripherals On-Chip IDE Channel NV Serial-ATA Controller } x IDE Prefetch Mode Serial-ATA RAID Config Onboard Audio Function On-Chip MAC Lan Onboard LAN Boot ROM Onboard Serial Port 1 Onboard Parallel Port Parallel Port Mode ECP Mode Use DMA USB Controllers USB Legacy Function USB Storage Function [Enabled] [All Enabled] [Enabled] [Press Enter] [Auto] [Auto] [Disabled] [3F8/IRQ4] [378/IRQ7] [SPP] 3 [Enabled] [Enabled] [Enabled] Item Help Menu Level
On-Chip IDE Channel
NV Serial-ATA Controller
Enables or disables the integrated IDE controller. (Default: Enabled)
IDE Prefetch Mode
Enables or disables the integrated SATA controller(s). You can select whether to enable all SATA control- lers or only the first SATA controller. (Default: All Enabled) Enables or disables prefetch mode for the integrated IDE controller. Enabled activates the IDE prefetch buffer to enhance hard drive performance. (Default: Enabled)
Serial-ATA RAID Config
CMOS Setup Utility-Copyright (C) 1984-2010 Award Software Serial-ATA RAID Config x x x x NV SATA RAID function NV SATA 1 Primary RAID NV SATA 1 Secondary RAID NV SATA 2 Primary RAID NV SATA 2 Secondary RAID [Disabled] Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled Item Help Menu Level
NV SATA RAID function
Enables or disables RAID for the integrated SATA 3Gb/s controllers. Enabled allows you to configure RAID for individual SATA channel. (Default: Disabled) Enables or disables RAID for the first channel of the first integrated SATA 3Gb/s controller. This item is configurable only if the NV SATA RAID function item is set to Enabled. (Default: Enabled)
NV SATA 1 Primary RAID
NV SATA 1 Secondary RAID
Enables or disables RAID for the second channel of the first integrated SATA 3Gb/s controller. This item is configurable only if the NV SATA RAID function item is set to Enabled. (Default: Enabled)
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NV SATA 2 Primary RAID
Enables or disables RAID for the first channel of the second integrated SATA 3Gb/s controller. This item is configurable only if the NV SATA RAID function item is set to Enabled. (Default: Enabled) Enables or disables RAID for the first channel of the second integrated SATA 3Gb/s controller. This item is configurable only if the NV SATA RAID function item is set to Enabled. (Default: Enabled)
ACPI Suspend Type
Specifies the ACPI sleep state when the system enters suspend. S1(POS) Enables the system to enter the ACPI S1 (Power on Suspend) sleep state. In S1 sleep state, the system appears suspended and stays in a low power mode. The system can be resumed at any time. S3(STR) Enables the system to enter the ACPI S3 (Suspend to RAM) sleep state (default). In S3 sleep state, the system appears to be off and consumes less power than in the S1 state. When signaled by a wake-up device or event, the system resumes to its working state exactly where it was left off. Configures the way to turn off the computer in MS-DOS mode using the power button. Instant-Off Press the power button and then the system will be turned off instantly. (Default) Delay 4 Sec. Press and hold the power button for 4 seconds to turn off the system. If the power button is pressed for less than 4 seconds, the system will enter suspend mode. Allows the system to be awakened from an ACPI sleep state by a wake-up signal from a PCI or PCIe device. Note: To use this function, you need an ATX power supply providing at least 1A on the +5VSB lead. (Default: Enabled) Allows the system to be awakened from an ACPI sleep state by a wake-up signal from a modem that supports wake-up function. (Default: Enabled) Allows the system to be awakened from ACPI S3 sleep state by a wake-up signal from the installed USB device. (Default: Enabled)
Soft-Off by Power button
PME Event Wake Up
Modem Ring On
USB Resume from Suspend
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Power-On by Alarm
Determines whether to power on the system at a desired time. (Default: Disabled) If enabled, set the date and time as following: Day of Month Alarm: Turn on the system at a specific time on each day or on a specific day in a month. Time (hh: mm: ss) Alarm: Set the time at which the system will be powered on automatically. Note: When using this function, avoid inadequate shutdown from the operating system or removal of the AC power, or the settings may not be effective. Enables or disables High Precision Event Timer (HPET) for Windows 7/Vista operating system. (Default: Enabled)
HPET Support (Note)
HPET Mode (Note)
Power On By Mouse
Allows you to select the HPET mode for your Windows 7/Vista operating system. This item is configurable only if the HPET Support is set to Enabled. (Default: 32-bit mode) Allows the system to be turned on by a PS/2 mouse wake-up event. (Default: Disabled) Note: To use this function, you need an ATX power supply providing at least 1A on the +5VSB lead. Double Click Double click on left button on the PS/2 mouse to turn on the system. Allows the system to be turned on by a PS/2 keyboard wake-up event. (Default: Disabled) Note: you need an ATX power supply providing at least 1A on the +5VSB lead. Password Set a password with 1~5 characters to turn on the system. Any KEY Press any key on the keyboard to turn on the system. Keyboard 98 Press POWER button on the Windows 98 keyboard to turn on the system.
2-14 Exit Without Saving
CMOS Setup Utility-Copyright (C) 1984-2010 Award Software MB Intelligent Tweaker(M.I.T.) Standard CMOS Features Advanced BIOS Features Integrated Peripherals Power Management Setup PnP/PCI Configurations PC Health Status Load Fail-Safe Defaults Load Optimized Defaults Quit Without Saving (Y/N)?Set Supervisor Password N Set User Password Save & Exit Setup Exit Without Saving : Select Item F10: Save & Exit Setup Abandon all Data
Press <Enter> on this item and press the <Y> key. This exits the BIOS Setup without saving the changes made in BIOS Setup to the CMOS. Press <N> or <Esc> to return to the BIOS Setup Main Menu.
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Chapter 3 Drivers Installation
Before installing the drivers, first install the operating system. After installing the operating system, insert the motherboard driver disk into your optical drive. The driver Autorun screen is automatically displayed which looks like that shown in the screen shot below. (If the driver Autorun screen does not appear automatically, go to My Computer, double-click the optical drive and execute the Run.exe program.)
Installing Chipset Drivers
After inserting the driver disk, "Xpress Install" will automatically scan your system and then list all the drivers that are recommended to install. You can click the Install All button and "Xpress Install" will install all the recommended drivers. Or click Install Single Items to manually select the drivers you wish to install.
Chapter 4 Appendix
Configuring SATA Hard Drive(s)
Before you begin
Please prepare: At least two SATA hard drives (to ensure optimal performance, it is recommended that you use two hard drives with identical model and capacity). If you do not want to create RAID, you may prepare only one hard drive. An empty formatted floppy disk. Windows Vista/XP setup disk. Motherboard driver disk.
Configuring the Onboard SATA Controller
Making a SATA RAID Driver Diskette
Copy the driver for the SATA controller from the motherboard driver disk to a floppy disk (for Windows XP) or a USB flash drive (for Windows Vista/7). For example, to copy the RAID driver for Windows XP 32-bit operating system, copy the driver from the following directory to your floppy disk: BootDrv\UDA\WinXP\sataraid
Installing the SATA RAID Driver and Operating System
A. Installing Windows XP
Restart your system to boot from the Windows XP setup disk and press <F6> as soon as you see the message "Press F6 if you need to install a 3rd party SCSI or RAID driver." Insert the floppy disk containing the SATA controller driver. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the two drivers displayed. When completed, proceed with the Windows XP installation.
B. Installing Windows Vista
Restart your system to boot from the Windows Vista setup disk and perform standard OS installation steps. Select Load Driver. Insert the floppy disk/USB flash drive (for users using a SATA optical drive) containing the driver or insert the motherboard driver disk. Browse to BootDrv\UDA\WinVista\sataraid to load the driver and continue the OS installation.
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Our Commitment to Preserving the Environment
In addition to high-efficiency performance, all GIGABYTE motherboards fulfill European Union regulations for RoHS (Restriction of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment) and WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) environmental directives, as well as most major worldwide safety requirements. To prevent releases of harmful substances into the environment and to maximize the use of our natural resources, GIGABYTE provides the following information on how you can responsibly recycle or reuse most of the materials in your "end of life" product.
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive Statement
GIGABYTE products have not intended to add and safe from hazardous substances (Cd, Pb, Hg, Cr+6, PBDE and PBB). The parts and components have been carefully selected to meet RoHS requirement. Moreover, we at GIGABYTE are continuing our efforts to develop products that do not use internationally banned toxic chemicals.
Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive Statement
GIGABYTE will fulfill the national laws as interpreted from the 2002/96/EC WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) directive. The WEEE Directive specifies the treatment, collection, recycling and disposal of electric and electronic devices and their components. Under the Directive, used equipment must be marked, collected separately, and disposed of properly.
WEEE Symbol Statement
The symbol shown below is on the product or on its packaging, which indicates that this product must not be disposed of with other waste. Instead, the device should be taken to the waste collection centers for activation of the treatment, collection, recycling and disposal procedure. The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal will help to conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health and the environment. For more information about where you can drop off your waste equipment for recycling, please contact your local government office, your household waste disposal service or where you purchased the product for details of environmentally safe recycling. w When your electrical or electronic equipment is no longer useful to you, "take it back" to your local or regional waste collection administration for recycling. w If you need further assistance in recycling, reusing in your "end of life" product, you may contact us at the Customer Care number listed in your product's user's manual and we will be glad to help you with your effort.
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Finally, we suggest that you practice other environmentally friendly actions by understanding and using the energy-saving features of this product (where applicable), recycling the inner and outer packaging (including shipping containers) this product was delivered in, and by disposing of or recycling used batteries properly. With your help, we can reduce the amount of natural resources needed to produce electrical and electronic equipment, minimize the use of landfills for the disposal of "end of life" products, and generally improve our quality of life by ensuring that potentially hazardous substances are not released into the environment and are disposed of properly.
China Restriction of Hazardous Substances Table
The following table is supplied in compliance with China's Restriction of Hazardous Substances (China RoHS) requirements:
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