Asus A7S333, size: 4.1 MB
ATA-100, 0 MB / 3 GB (max), DDR SDRAM, CMI-8738 - 5.1 surround, 4 x USB
The A7S333 leverages robust onboard features and advanced SiS 745 chipset technology to provide users with a reliable platform for value and mainstream socket A systems. DDR 333 (PC2700) and SiS MuTIOL bus technology enable competitive system performance, while optional 6-channel audio, and S/PDIF-in/out enhance multimedia capabilities. Unique features such as ASUS C.O.P. (CPU Overheating Protection), ASUS MyLogo also offer incredible value-added functionality. The A7S333 has 3 DIMM slots to sup... Read more
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Chapter 2: Hardware information.. 1
2.1 Motherboard installation.. 7 2.1.1 Placement direction... 7 2.1.2 Screw holes... 7 2.2.1 Layout contents.. 9 Before you proceed... 11 Central Processing Unit (CPU).. 12 2.4.1 Overview...12 2.4.2 Installing the CPU.. 13 System memory...14 2.5.1 Overview...14 2.5.2 Memory configurations.. 15 2.5.3 DDR333 DIMM Qualified Vendor List.. 15 2.5.4 Installing a DIMM... 16 Expansion slots...17 2.6.1 Installing an expansion card.. 17 2.6.2 Configuring an expansion card.. 17 2.6.3 PCI slots..19 2.6.4 AGP slot..19 2.6.5 AMR slot (Optional).. 20 Switches and jumpers...21 Connectors...27
Chapter 3: Powering up.. 41
3.1 3.2 Starting up for the first time... 41 Powering off the computer.. 42
Chapter 4: BIOS setup... 43
4.1 Managing and updating your BIOS.. 43 4.1.1 Using the computer system for the first time. 43 4.1.2 Updating BIOS procedures.. 45 BIOS Setup program...47 4.2.1 BIOS menu bar..48 4.2.2 Legend bar...48 Main Menu...50 4.3.1 Primary and Secondary Master/Slave.. 51 4.3.2 Keyboard Features.. 55 Advanced Menu...57 4.4.1 Chip Configuration... 59 4.4.2 I/O Device Configuration.. 61 4.4.3 PCI Configuration.. 63 Power Menu...67 4.5.1 Power Up Control.. 69 4.5.2 Hardware Monitor.. 71 Boot Menu...72 Exit Menu...74
Chapter 5: Software support.. 77
5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9 Install an operating system... 77 Support CD information..77 A7S333 Motherboard Support CD.. 78 ASUS PC Probe...81 ASUS Live Update...86 3Deep Color Tuner...87 ITE GSM Editor...89 Cyberlink PowerPlayer SE... 93 Cyberlink VideoLive Mail.. 94
Glossary.... 97 Index... 101
To prevent electrical shock hazard, disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet before relocating the system. When adding or removing devices to or from the system, ensure that the power cables for the devices are unplugged before the signal cables are connected. Disconnect all power cables from the existing system before you add a device. Before connecting or removing signal cables from the motherboard, ensure that all power cables are unplugged. Seek professional assistance before using an adpater or extension cord. These devices could interrupt the grounding circuit. Make sure that your power supply is set to the voltage available in your area. If the power supply is broken, contact a qualified service technician or your retailer.
Before installing the motherboard and adding new devices, carefully read all the manuals that came with the package. Before use ensure all cables are correctly connected and the power cables are not damaged. If you detect any damage, contact the dealer immediately. To avoid short circuits, keep paper clips, screws, and staples away from connectors, slots, sockets and circuitry. Avoid dust, humidity, and temperature extremes. Do not place the product in any area where it may become wet. Mount the motherboard inside a standard PC enclosure. If you encounter technical problems with the product, contact a qualified service technician or the dealer.
CPU NOTCH TO INNER CORNER
A7S333 Socket A
Each AMD CPU has a marked corner. This corner is usually indicated with a notch, and/or a golden square or triangle. Refer to this indicator while orienting the CPU. See the next section for installation details. A fan and heatsink should be attached to the CPU to prevent overheating.
2.4.2 Installing the CPU
Follow these steps to install a CPU: 1. Locate the Socket 462 and open it by pulling the lever gently sideways away from the socket. Then lift the lever upwards. The socket lever must be fully opened (90 to 100 degrees). 2. Insert the CPU with the correct orientation. The notched or golden corner of the CPU must be oriented toward the inner corner of the socket base nearest to the lever hinge.
CAUTION! The CPU should drop easily into place. Do not force the CPU into the socket to avoid bending the pins. If the CPU does not fit, check its alignment and look for bent pins.
4. Once completely inserted, press the CPU firmly and close the socket lever until it snaps shut. 5. Place the CPU fan and heatsink on the CPU. The heatsink should entirely cover the CPU. Carefully attach the heatsink locking brace to the plastic clips on the socket base. With the added weight of the CPU fan and heatsink locking brace, no extra force is required to keep the CPU in place
CAUTION! Take care not to scrape the motherboard surface when mounting a clamp-style processor fan, or else damage may occur. When mounting a heatsink onto your CPU, make sure that exposed CPU capacitors do not touch the heatsink, or damage may occur! NOTE! Do not neglect to set the correct Bus Frequency and leave the CPU Multiple setting at default to avoid start-up problems.
This motherboard uses only Double Data Rate (DDR) Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory (SDRAM) Dual Inline Memory Modules (DIMMs). These sockets support up to 3GB system memory using non-ECC , unbuffered PC2700/PC2100/PC1600 DIMMs. Each DIMM socket/module is two-sided: each side defines one row of memory. DIMMs come in combinations of single or double-sided types ranging through 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB and 1GB to form a total memory size of 64MB to 3GB. ~ Three (3) sockets are available for both 266MHz-PC2100 or 200MHzPC1600 DDR DIMMs to form a memory size of 64MB to 3GB. Only two (2) DIMMs will support 333MHz-PC2700; if more than two 333MHz DIMMs are installed, the system automatically reverts to a maximum speed of 266MHz.
A7S333 184-Pin DDR DIMM Sockets
CAUTION! DIMMs are keyed to fit into notches with only one direction. DO NOT force a DIMM into a socket to avoid damaging the DIMM. DIMMs with more than 18 chips are not supported. ASUS motherboards support SPD (Serial Presence Detect)DIMMs. This is the memory of choice for best performance vs. stability BIOS shows DDR SDRAM memory on bootup screen. This motherboard supports three pairs of differential clock signals per DIMM.
2.5.2 Memory configurations
Install DIMMs in any of the following combinations.
DIMM Location Socket 1 (Rows 0&1) Socket 2 (Rows 2&3) Socket 3 (Rows 4&5) 168-pin DIMM (SDR) 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1GB x1 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1GB x1 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1GB x1 = Total Memory
Total system memory (Max. 3GB PC2100 / PC1600) (Max. 2GB PC2700)
2.5.3 DDR333 DIMM Qualified Vendor List
The following table lists the PC2700 - DDR333 memory modules that have been tested and qualified for use with this motherboard.
Nanya Samsung Samsung Micron Micron KINGMAX KINGMAX
NT5DS16M8AT-6 K4H280838D-TCB3 K4H280838D-TCB3 MT8VDDT1664AG-335B1 MT16VDDT3264AG-335B1 MPMA82D-68KX3 MPM62D-68KX3
PC2700/256MB PC2700/128MB PC2700/256MB PC2700/128MB PC2700/256MB PC2700/128MB PC2700/256MB
Use only the tested and qualified PC2700 - DDR333 DIMMs listed above. Other DDR DIMMs manufactured by other vendors may not be suitable for this motherboard. Visit the ASUS website for the latest qualified DDR module list.
2.5.4 Installing a DIMM
CAUTION! Make sure to unplug the power supply before adding or removing DIMMs or other system components. Failure to do so may cause severe damage to both the motherboard and the components.
Installing a DIMM: 1. Unlock a DIMM socket by pressing the retaining clips outward. 2. Align a DIMM on the socket such that the notches on the DIMM exactly match the notches in the socket. 3. Firmly insert the DIMM into the socket until the retaining clips snap back in place.
Unlocked Retaining Clip
Locked Retaining Clip
The motherboard has five PCI slots and one Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) slot and oen AMR slot. The following sub-sections describe the slots and the expansion cards that they support.
WARNING! Unplug your power supply when adding or removing expansion cards or other system components. Failure to do so may cause you physical injury and damage motherboard components.
2.6.1 Installing an expansion card
Follow these steps to install an expansion card. 1. Before installing the expansion card, read the documentation that came with it and make the necessary hardware settings. 2. Remove the system unit cover (if your motherboard is already installed in a chassis). 3. Remove the bracket opposite the PCI slot. Keep the screw for later use. 4. Align the card connector with the slot and press firmly until the card is completely seated on the slot. 5. Secure the card to the chassis with the screw you removed earlier. 6. Replace the system cover. 7. Set up the BIOS if necessary. 8. Install the necessary software drivers for your expansion card.
Frequency Table DSW
1 [OFF] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [OFF]
2 [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF]
3 [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF]
4 [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [OFF] [OFF]
WARNING! Set the CPU frequency only to the recommended settings. Frequencies other than the recommended CPU bus frequencies are not guaranteed to be stable. Overclocking the processor is not recommended. It may result in a slower speed.
3) Keyboard Wake Up (3 pin KBPWR) This allows you to disable or enable the keyboard power up function. This jumper is set to [1-2], +5V, which disables keyboard power up. To enable keyboard power up, change the jumper to [2-3], +5VSB. The keyboard <Spacebar> can be used to power up the computer. This feature requires an ATX power supply that can supply at least 300mA on the +5VSB lead. (The computer will not power ON if you set this to [2-3] but do not have the correct ATX power supply.)
A7S333 Keyboard Power Setting
NOTE! This jumper must be set in conjunction with Wake On PS2 KB/ PS2 Mouse/CIR in 4.5.1 Power Up Control.
4) USB Device Wake-up (Three x 3 pin USBPWR_12, 34, 56) Set these jumpers to +5V to allow wake up from the S1 sleep state (CPU stopped; RAM refreshed; system running in low power mode) using the connected USB devices. Set to +5VSB to allow wake up from S3 sleep state (no power to CPU; RAM in slow refresh; power supply in reduced power mode). The default setting for the three jumpers is [1-2] to select +5V (because not all computers have the appropriate power supply). The USBPWR_12 jumper activates device wake-up on the rear panel USB ports. The USBPWR_34 jumper activates internal header, USB_34, and the USBPWR_56 jumper activates header, USB_56.
A7S333 USB Device Wake Up
NOTE! This feature requires an ATX power supply that can supply at least 2A on the +5VSB lead when these jumpers are set to +5VSB. Otherwise, the system does not power up. The total current consumed must NOT exceed the power supply capability (+5VSB) whether under normal working conditions or in sleep mode.
5) Bass Center Setting (Two x 3 pin CENTER/BASS, BASS/CENTER) (audio models only) Use these jumpers in conjunction with the C-Media PCI Audio Driver and to adjust output for 4 or 6 speaker audio. No audio standard exists for the three pick-up surfaces on male audio jacks, therefore it may be necessary to switch jumpers from the default position, [1-2], to [2-3], in order to reroute signals among the internal leads in the Line-In, Line-Out, Mic female sockets.
A7S333 Bass Center Setting
6) Audio Setting (3 pin Audio_En) The onboard 6 channel audio chip may be enabled or disabled using these jumpers. The default, [2-3], enables the audio setting. Disable the onboard audio system if using a PCI audio card on any of the expansion slots.
A7S333 Audio Codec Setting
7) Clear RTC RAM (CLRTC) This jumper allows you to clear the Real Time Clock (RTC) RAM in CMOS. You can clear the CMOS memory of date, time, and system setup parameters by erasing the CMOS RTC RAM data. The RAM data in CMOS is powered by the onboard button cell battery. To erase the RTC RAM: 1. Turn OFF the computer and unplug the power cord. 2. Remove the battery. 3. Remove the jumper cap from the Normal position and place it on the [1-2], Clear CMOS position. After 5 seconds, replace the jumper cap to the Normal position. 4. Re-install the battery. 5. Plug the power cord and turn ON the computer. 6. Hold down the <Del> key during the boot process and enter BIOS setup to re-enter data.
Clear CMOS Normal (Default)
A7S333 Clear RTC RAM
This section describes and illustrates the internal connectors on the motherboard.
WARNING! Some pins are used for connectors or power sources. These are clearly distinguished from jumpers in the Motherboard Layout. Placing jumper caps over these connector pins will cause damage to your motherboard. IMPORTANT! Ribbon cables should always be connected with the red stripe to Pin 1 in the connector scoket.
1) PS/2 Mouse Port (Green 6-pin PS2KBMS) The system automatically directs IRQ12 to the PS/2 mouse if one is detected. If no mouse is detected, IRQ12 become available to expansion cards. See PS/2 Mouse Function Control in 4.4 Advanced Menu.
PS/2 Mouse (6-pin Female)
2) PS/2 Keyboard Port (Purple 6-pin PS2KBMS) This connection is for a standard keyboard using an PS/2 plug (mini DIN). This connector does not allow standard AT size (large DIN) keyboard plugs. You may use a DIN to mini DIN adapter on standard AT keyboards.
PS/2 Keyboard (6-pin Female)
3) Universal Serial Bus Ports 1 and 2 (Black two x 4-pin USB) Two USB ports are available for connecting USB devices.
Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2
4) Parallel Port (Burgundy 25-pin LPT) You can enable the parallel port and choose the IRQ through Onboard Parallel Port (see 4.4.2 I/O Device Configuration).
NOTE! Serial printers must be connected to the serial port.
Parallel Port (25-pin Female)
5) Serial Ports (Teal/Turquoise two x 9-pin COM1 / COM2) Two serial ports can be used for pointing devices or other serial devices. To enable these ports, see Onboard Serial Port 1 / Onboard Serial Port 2 in 4.4.2 I/O Device Configuration for the settings.
COM1 COM2 Serial Ports (9-pin Male)
6) Game/MIDI Ports (Gold 15-pin GAME_AUDIO) (audio model only) This connector supports a joystick or a game pad for playing games, and MIDI devices for playing or editing audio files.
Game/MIDI (15-pin Female)
7) Audio Connectors (Three 1/8 AUDIO) (audio model only) The Line Out (lime) connects a headphone or speakers. The Line In (light blue) connects a tape players or other audio sources. The Mic (pink) connects a microphone.
NOTE! The functions of the audio connectors Line Out, Line In, and Mic change when the 6-channel audio feature is enabled. Refer to Chapter 5. SOFTWARE SETUP.
Line Out Line In Mic 1/8" Stereo Audio Connectors
8) IDE Activity LED (2-pin IDE_LED) This connector supplies power to the cabinets IDE activity LED. Read and write activity by devices connected to the Primary or Secondary IDE connectors cause the IDE LED to light up.
TIP: If the case-mounted LED does not light, try reversing the 2-pin plug.
A7S333 IDE Activity LED
9) Floppy Disk Drive Connector (34-1 pin FLOPPY) This connector supports the provided floppy drive ribbon cable. After connecting the single end to the board, connect the two plugs on the other end to the floppy drives. (Pin 5 is removed to prevent inserting in the wrong orientation when using ribbon cables with pin 5 plugged).
NOTE: Orient the red markings on the floppy ribbon cable to PIN 1.
A7S333 Floppy Disk Drive Connector
10) Primary (Blue) / Secondary (Black) IDE Connectors (40-1 pin PRI_IDE and SEC_IDE) The Primary and Secondary IDE connectors support the IDE hard disk ribbon cables supplied with the motherboard. Connect the cables blue connector to the motherboards primary IDE connector (recommended) or the secondary IDE connector. Connect the opposite end of the cable to your UltraDMA100/ 66 device (hard disk drive). If a second hard disk drive is connected, youmay reset its jumper to Slave or Master/Slave mode. Non-UltraDMA100/ 66 devices should be connected to the secondary IDE connector. BIOS supports specific device bootup (see 4.6 Boot Menu.) UltraDMA100 is backward compatible with DMA66/33 and with all with existing DMA devices and systems.
IMPORTANT! UltraDMA100 IDE devices require a 40-pin 80-conductor cable.
NOTE: Orient the red markings (usually zigzag) on the IDE ribbon cable to PIN 1.
A7S333 IDE Connectors
11) CPU Fan, Power Fan, and Chassis Fan Connectors (CPU_, PWR_, CHA_FAN) Three fan connectors support cooling fans of 350mA (4.2 Watts) or less. Orient the fans so that airflow flows across the onboard heat sinks instead of expansion slots. The fan wiring and plug vary depending on the type employed. Connect the fan cable to the connector, ensuring that the black wire matches the ground pin. (Use the Rotation signal only with a specially designed fan with a rotation signal. You can monitor the Rotations Per Minute (RPM) using ASUS PC Probe (see 5. Software Support).
WARNING! Make sure to connect the fan cables to the fan connectors. Lack of sufficient airflow within the system could cause damage to the motherboard. These are not jumpers, do not place jumper caps over these connectors!
Rotation +12V GND
GND +12V Rotation
CHA_FAN A7S333 12-Volt Fan Connectors
12) ASUS iPanel / Infrared Connector (24-1 pin AFPANEL) This connector supports an optional ASUS iPanel, an easy to access drive bay with front I/O ports, status LEDs, and space reserved for a hard disk drive. Alternatively, if not using an ASUS iPanel, connect an optional wireless transmitting and receiving infrared module to the SIR connector for wireless transmitting/remote control functions through an external infrared module.
IRRX GND IRTX SMBDATA +3VSB SMBCLK NC NC NC NC IRRX GND IRTX +5 V
NC GND NC CIRRX +5VSB CHASSIS# EXTSMI# +5V MLEDPCIRST# BATT NC
NC GND NC CIRRX +5VSB
Standard Infrared (SIR) Front View Back View
A7S333 iPanel Connector
IRTX GND IRRX
13) Power Supply Connectors (20-pin block ATXPWR) This connector supports an ATX 12V power supply. The plug from the power supply fits in only one orientation. Push down firmly ensuring that the pins are aligned.
IMPORTANT! Make sure that the ATX 12V power supply (minimum recommended wattage: 230W) can supply at least 10mA on the +5-volt standby lead (+5VSB). The system may become unstable and may experience difficulty powering up if the power supply is inadequate. For Wake-On-LAN support, the ATX power supply must supply at least 720mA +5VSB.
19) Digital Audio Interfaces (6-1pin SPDIF) (Optional) This connector supports an S/PDIF audio module that permits digital instead of analog sound output. Connect one end of the audio cable to the S/PDIF Out connector on the motherboard, and the other end to the S/PDIF module.
GND GND 1 SPDIF_OUT +5V SPDIF_IN
A7S333 Digital Audio Connector
The SPDIF module is not included in the motherboard package.
20) USB Headers (Two x 10-1 pin USB_34, USB_56) If the USB port connectors on the back panel are inadequate, two USB headers are available for four additional USB port connectors. Connect a 2port USB connector set to a USB header and mount the USB bracket to an open slot in the chassis. (The USB connector set is optional and does not come with the motherboard package.)
GND USBP5+ USBP5 USB Power
GND USBP3+ USBP3 USB Power
NC GND USBP4+ USBP4 USB Power
NC GND USBP2+ USBP2 USB Power
A7S333 Front Panel USB Headers
21) Line-in Connecters (5 pin FP_LIne_In) (Optional) By default, these jumpers are shorted (jumpers on) to route the signal from the audio controller to the rear panel Line Out jack to make it available for audio out devices such as speakers or a headphone. If you connect the Intel Front Panel audio cable to the FP_AUDIO connector, (see page 35), then remove the caps from these two jumpers to permit automatic switching of audio signals between the rear panel Line Out jack and the Intel audio cable.
BLINE_IN_R LINE_IN_R AGND BLINE_LIN_L ALINE_LIN_L
A7S333 LINE_IN Connector
IMPORTANT! The motherboard ships with Jumper caps over pins 1-2 and 4-5. Remove them only when making audio input connections.
The following 20-pin PANEL illustration is for items 22-27:
+5V Ground Ground Speaker
PLED +5 V
+5 V MLED ExtSMI# Ground PWR Ground
Message LED SMI Lead
Reset SW ATX Power Switch*
A7S333 System Panel Connectors
* Requires an ATX power supply.
NOTE! Pressing <Esc> does not immediately exit this menu. Select one of the options from this menu or <F10> from the legend bar to exit.
Exit Saving Changes
Once you are finished making your selections, choose this option from the Exit menu to ensure the values you selected are saved to the CMOS RAM. The CMOS RAM is sustained by an onboard backup battery and stays on even when the PC is turned off. When you select this option, a confirmation window appears. Select [Yes] to save changes and exit.
NOTE! If you attempt to exit the Setup program without saving your changes, the program prompts you with a message asking if you want to save your changes before exiting. Pressing <Enter> saves the changes while exiting.
Exit Discarding Changes
Select this option only if you do not want to save the changes that you made to the Setup program. If you made changes to fields other than system date, system time, and password, the BIOS asks for a confirmation before exiting.
Load Setup Defaults
This option allows you to load the default values for each of the parameters on the Setup menus. When you select this option or if you press <F5>, a confirmation window appears. Select [Yes] to load default values. Select Exit Saving Changes or make other changes before saving the values to the non-volatile RAM.
This option allows you to discard the selections you made and restore the previously saved values. After selecting this option, a confirmation appears. Select [Yes] to discard any changes and load the previously saved values.
This option saves your selections without exiting the Setup program. You can then return to other menus and make further changes. After you select this option, a confirmation window appears. Select [Yes] to save any changes to the non-volatile RAM.
Install an operating system
This motherboard supports Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP and OS/2 operating system (OS). Always install the latest OS version and corresponding updates so you can maximize the features of your hardware.
3Deep Color Tuner
The 3-Deep color tuner is designed to match your CRT or LCD color monitor to maximize the color quality of all graphical applications. Users may also tune their internet applications to match true internet source colors with the color displayed on the monitor. Simply run the setup program from the start menu and follow the instructions on the various setup/test screens.
5.6.1 3Deep Color Tuning
1. Select the type of monitor connected to the computer, either CRT or LCD.
2. Follow the instructions to manually adjust the brightness level of the monitor.
3. Select the faintest of the three colors: blue, red and green.
4. Select the color squares which most closely blend and match with the background. 5. The next step repeats the color matching process to achieve full color quality.
6. The tuning process is complete. Click on the bottom left button to connect to the internet and follow the instructions.
5.6.2 The 3Deep Control Panel
Using the Windows Start button, activate the 3Deep Control Panel program from the 3Deep Applications group on the Main Program menu. The control panel offers access to the Color Wizard tuning program, a Game Gamma setting and a Tweak slider for brightness adjustment.
ITE GSM Editor
The ITE GSM Editor is a useful application for editing and managing the data contained on a GSM cell phone SIM card chip. This unique software supports access of the SIM card phone book. The editor helps you to add or delete data including new names and phone numbers. The software also enables advanced PIN management that includes changing the PIN plus card-lock unblocking.
5.7.1 Setting Up ITE GSM Editor
Connect a smart card reader to the A7S333; (refer to page 36 in Hardware Setup for the connector location.) Boot-up the PC and enter BIOS (press <del>) to change the configuration to accept smart card hardware: in the Advanced BIOS menu select the I/O Device Configuration sub-menu, go to UART2 Function Selection and choose Smart Card Read, save and exit.
Finish booting up. Insert the ASUS Support CD and click on the selection: ITE GSM Editor. The software is auto-installed to the program directory. The new program group appears:
Click on the ITE GSM Editor Icon to start-up the program.
5.7.2 The ITE GSM Menu:
5.7.3 Using the basic ITE GSM Editor:
1. Carefully remove the SIM chip from your mobile phone and insert it into the card reader. The most convenient method is to use a conversion card: slip the SIM chip into the conversion card and then insert it into the card reader. 2.To access the phone book contained in the SIM card,either click the chip icon: Or, double click the SIM Card:
3. To edit data, select the field and double click it, or press <Enter>. Type in the name and number: Then click OK 4. The data appears in the field:
5. To save data to the SIM chip, click the save icon:
5.7.4 Using the Command field:
1. Write All Entries into SIM Card, and the program writes all new data appearing in the fields onto the SIM card. 2. Write Revised Entry into SIM Card, and the program writes all updated entries into the existing SIM card phone book. After revising the data, an icon appears in front of the serial number indicated. 3. Select Entry to Write into SIM Card, and the program writes the selected data from the open file into the SIM card database. Users can select multiple entries by pressing <Ctrl> and mouse-selecting the data fields simultaneously.
Phone number entries may be comprised of: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, #, *, C, or +. Pressing C commands the dialer to pause for three seconds before dialing the next digit; the C code is useful for dialing extension numbers. Pressing + indicates the international head code.
5.7.5 Using the PIN Manager:
1. Enable PIN Set-Up: This function is used to set the PIN. This function is effective only if the PIN set-up is disabled and the SIM card is not blocked. First enter the PIN set previously to enable the PIN set-up function. New users may find the default PIN in the SIM card user manual. If the correct PIN numbers are entered, the SIM card can be reset. If three consecutive attempts to enter the PIN fail, the SIM card is automatically blocked. 2. Disable PIN Set-Up: This function is used to disable the personal identification number (PIN) set-up. It is effective only when the PIN set-up is enabled and the SIM chip is not blocked. Users should first enter the current PIN to disable the PIN set-up. If the correct PIN numbers are entered, the SIM chip can be reset. If three consecutive attempts to enter the PIN fail, the SIM chip is automatically blocked. 3. Unblock SIM Card: If the SIM chip is locked up, follow the steps below to unlock it: Step 1: To unblock, enter the PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) consult the SIM chip support documentation for the key code. If the PUK code is not supplied, contact the system operator/dealer. Step 2: Enter a new PIN.
5.8 CyberLink PowerPlayer SE
CyberLink PowerPlayer SE is an intelligent software player that can automatically detect and playback all kinds of video/audio files, CD and MP3 files as well. This is the only software you need for all types of video and audio files. No need to waste time identifying your file types.
5.8.1 Starting CyberLink PowerPlayer SE
To start CyberLink Power Player, click the Windows Start button, point to Programs, and then CyberLink PowerPlayer SE, and then click PowerPlayer.
5.8.2 CyberLink PowerPlayer Control Panel
5.9.1 Starting VideoLive Mail
To start VideoLive Mail, click the Windows Start button, point to Programs, and then CyberLink VideoLive Mail, and then click VideoLive Mail x.x. VLM 3s Setup Wizard will start and guide you through configuring the video and audio input peripherals and to setup the e-mail environment. 1. Setup Wizard first will prompt a dialog to confirm that you want to configure the hardware and E-mail setting. Click Yes to continue the system parameter configuration. 2. The e-mail configuration screen appears. You will need to enter your name and the e-mail address. Click Next to continue. 3. The Internet e-mail configuration screen appears. You may choose to use the VLM 3 built-in E-mail functionality (SMTP mail), or use MAPI compliant e-mail system. Consult your ISP or MIS staff for the E-mail server IP address if you are not sure. Click Next to continue. 4. Then the Video Configuration screen shows up. You may have to specify the video driver for VLM 3, if there are several video-input devices installed. Then configure the number of video frames to be captured per second. Note that the more frames you choose, the bigger the file size will be. Click Next to continue. 5. Then the Setup Wizard will then search for the GSM CODECS module for audio compression, and prompt you with the result. Click Next to continue. 6. Setup Wizard then tests the audio volume during playing and recording. Click Next when ready. 7. Configuration done. Click Finish to complete the environmental setting procedure.
5.9.2 CyberLink VideoLive Mail User Interface
Exit Minimize Help Video Mail Wizard Start Playback Snapshot to File Video Configuration Stop Recording / Playback Start Recording Pause Save Video File Send Mail Load Video File Send Mail Increase MIC volume Decrease MIC volume Increase speaker volume Decrease speaker volume
is the IEEE designation for a high performance serial bus tht offers data transfers at 100/200/400 Mbps. This serial bus defines both a back plane physical layer and a point-to-point cable-connected virtual bus. The primary application of the cable version is the integration of I/O connectivity at the back panel of personal computers using a low-cost, scalable, high-speed serial interface. The 1394 standard also provides new services such as live connect/disconnect capability for external devices including disk drives, printers and hand-held peripherals such as scanners and cameras. This is a new standard to complement the slower USB interface and to compete with the more expensive SCSI interface. AC97 (Audio Codec '97) AC '97 is the next step in enabling PCs with audio quality comparable to consumer electronics devices. The specification defines new cost-effective options to help integrate the components necessary to support next-generation auto-intensive PC applications such as DVD, 3-D multiplayer gaming and interactive music. The specification also defines new extensions supporting modem and docking to help both desktop and mobile manufacturers adopt these new technologies more quickly and cost-effectively. This specification uses software emulation to compete with the PCI SoundBlaster specification. ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) The ACPI specification defines a cross-platform interface designed to support many operating systems. ACPI defines a flexible and abstract hardware interface that provides a standard way to integrate power management features throughout a PC system, including hardware, operating system and application software. This enables the system to automatically turn ON and OFF peripherals such as CD-ROMs, network cards, hard disk drives, and printers, as well as consumer devices connected to the PC such as VCRs, TVs, phones, and stereos. With this technology, peripherals will also be able to activate the PC. For example, inserting a tape into a VCR can turn on the PC, which could then activate a large-screen TV and high-fidelity sound system. AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port) An interface specification that enables high-performance 3D graphics on mainstream PCs. AGP was designed to offer the necessary bandwidth and latency to perform texture mapping directly from system memory. Bus PCI AGP 1X AGP 2X AGP 4X Bus Frequency 33MHz 66MHz 66MHz 66MHz Bandwidth 33MHz 66MHz 133MHz 266MHz Data Transfer Rate 133MByte/sec 266MByte/sec 512MByte/sec 1024MByte/sec
I/O (Input/Output) The data transfers from the input devices like a keyboard, mouse, or scanner, to the output devices like a printer or the monitor screen. I/O Address The specific memory location for a particular device. Two devices cannot share the same I/O address space. IrDA (Infrared Data Association) An internaltional organization that creates and promotes inter-operable, low cost, infrared data interconnection standards that support a walk-up, point-to-point model. The IrDA protocol is designed to support transmission of data between two devices over short-range point-to-point infrared at speeds between 9.6Kbps and 4Mbps. ISP (Internet Service Provider) A company that provides customer access to the Internet and the World Wide Web for a fee. The ISP also provides Internet utilities and services like e-mail, newsgroup, weather reports, and a host of others. The user can connect to the ISP using a modem installed in the computer and connected to a phone line. LPT Port (Line Printer Port) Logical device name reserved by DOS for the computer parallel ports. Each LPT port is configured to use a different IRQ and address assignment. MMX A set of 57 new instructions designed to accelerate multimedia and communications applications, such as 3D video, 3D sound, video conference. Modem A device that allows a computer to talk to another computer through the phone system. Network An interconnected computer system linked by telephone wires, or other means. OnNow The OnNow design initiative is a comprehensive, system-wide approach to system and device power control. OnNow is a term for PC that is always ON but appears OFF and responds immediately to user or other requests. The OnNow design initiative involves changes that will occur in the Microsoft Windows operating system, device drivers, hardware, and applications, and also relies on the changes defined in the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) specification. PC100/133 This is an industry-standard designation for memory capacity as a measure of the speed of the memory bus. New platform requirements ensure that memory does not become a bottleneck to system performance. PCI Bus (Peripheral Component Interconnect Local Bus) PCI bus is a standard specification that defines a 32-bit data bus interface. PCI Bus Master The PCI Bus Master can perform data transfer without local CPU help and the CPU can be treated as one of the Bus Masters. PCI 2.1 supports concurrent PCI operation to allow the local CPU and bus master to work simultaneously. POST (Power On Self Test) Powering on the computer initiates the POST, a series of software-controlled diagnostic tests. The POST checks system memory, the motherboard circuitry, the display, the keyboard, the diskette drive, and other I/O devices. PS/2 Port PS/2 ports are based on IBM Micro Channel Architecture. This type of architecture transfers data through a 16-bit or 32-bit bus. A PS/2 mouse and/or keyboard may be used on ATX motherboards.
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Pentium IV 2.8G/2.6G/2.5G(533MHZ) Pentium IV 2.4G/2.0/1.8G Pentium IV 3.06GHZ Celeron 2200/2100/2000/128K478 Celeron 1800/1700/128K478 Celeron 1300L2/1100A/256K
RIVA TNT2 32MB/ATI Xpert 2000 ATI All in Wonder VE 64MB DDR ATI RADEON 7500 64MB DDR 4X C.T. GF4 MS440 64M SDRAM/ TV out
17/19 NI SVGA NEC 19 AS90 ACER 17 LCD Sony 15LCD ACER 15Flatron LCD Samsung, Acer, Princeton, MAG, View sonic $149/189 $229 $389 $329 $289 Also available
Socket 370 w/Sound Asus P4B533/P4S8X/DDR INTEL D845EBG2L/D845PESVL BIOSTAR M7TPT/P4TGE Asus P4T533/RAMBUS Gigabyte 8LD533/8SIMLH ASUS A7S333/A7V333 INTEL D850EMVRL $89 $119/129 $125/125 $99/119 $169 $89/109 $89/109 $179_________
Modems: (All modem come w / software)
3Com RJ45 Network Card PCI D-Link Network Card Internal 56K V.90 Fax modem $49 $25 $29.99
Cases and Power Supplies:
Antec KS188+PP303X Full Tower/300W ENLIGHT 7237 Mid Tower INWIN ATX Full-tower (Q500) ATX Med Tower w/300W/400W $119 $79 $99.99 $39.99/49.99
Software: (sold with computer system)
Windows 98 SE/XP HOME Windows XP Professional MS Office 2000 for Windows $99.99/99.99 $159.99 $219.99
512MB PC133/512MB DDR PC333 512MB/256MB DDR/266B $89/99 $95/45______
Sound Blaster Live, MP3+ SoundBlaster Audigy 2-varpak 60W/200W Amplified Speaker Set ALTEC ACS45.2W Speaker/SBWFR $99 $109 $15/29 $69__________
1.44 Mb Floppy Drives 40GB 7200RPM UIDE WD/IBM 60GB 7200RPM UIDE WD/IBM 80GB 7200RPM UIDE WD/IBM 120GB UIDE WD $15.99 $99 $109 $119 $139_____
52X ROM DVD 16X IDE ROM DVD-RW 2X1X12X16X10X40X IDE CD-RW 52X24X52X IDE PLEXTOR CD-RW 48X24X48X $29 $49 $239 $99 $129_________
WinKeyboard Logitech Cordless Split KB/Mouse Combo MS Internet / Natural Multimedia $12.99 $99 $39/69_____
Intel Pentium Iv 2.53ghz,256mb,HD40g $579 Intel Pentium Iv 2.4ghz $549 Intel Pentium Iv 1.8ghz $519 Intel Celeron 2200/128k $489 Intel Celeron 2000/128k $469 Intel Celeron 1800/128k $449 Intel Celeron 1700/128k $429 Bare -Bone system includes: ATX Motherboard, 40GB HD, 256MB RAM, FD1.44, SVGAw32MB, 56K Modem, 3D sound, 10/100bit Network, 52X CD-ROM, ATX MID TOWER w/400 Watt Power Supply, PS/2 Mouse, Keyboard
2-Buttom serial or PS/2 Mouse Logitech 3BT Intelliport PS2 Mouse MS Intellimuse MS Optical Trackball PS2/USB $8 $19 $27 $69_________
Seagate Tapester 20GB EIDE internal Internal ZIP Drive 250MB/750MB $299 $99/119______
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The A7S333 leverages robust onboard features and advanced SiS 745 chipset technology to provide users with a reliable platform for value and mainstream socket A systems. DDR 333 (PC2700) and SiS MuTIOL bus technology enable competitive system performance, while optional 6-channel audio, and S/PDIF-in/out enhance multimedia capabilities. Unique features such as ASUS C.O.P. (CPU Overheating Protection), ASUS MyLogo also offer incredible value-added functionality. The A7S333 has 3 DIMM slots to support up to 2GB PC2700 and up to 3GB PC2100/1600 non-ECC DDR SDRAM. The ultra-fast 333 MHz memory bus provides enhanced system performance for intense gaming and multimedia applications. Experience high-quality 6-channel 3D surround audio with the optional C-Media CMI8738 audio controller. This unique chip eliminates the cost of an additional soundcard and adds dynamic realism to your favorite MP3s or DVDs. ASUS C.O.P. (CPU Overheating Protection) accurately monitors your CPU temperature in real-time directly from the on-die thermal diode. If any malfunction occurs such as Heatsink/fan failure, ASUS C.O.P. immediately safely shuts down your system, preventing permanent damage to your valuable CPU.
|Compatible Processors||Athlon, Duron, Athlon XP|
|Processor Socket||Socket A|
|Max Bus Speed||266 MHz|
|Installed Qty (Max Supported)||0 ( 1 )|
|Supported RAM Technology||DDR SDRAM|
|RAM Installed ( Max )||0 MB / 3 GB (max)|
|Supported RAM Speed||PC2100, PC1600, PC2700|
|Audio Output||Sound card - PCI|
|Sound Output Mode||5.1 channel surround|
|BIOS Features||DMI 2.0 support, WfM 2.0 support, ASUS MyLogo, JumperFree|
|Manual Settings||CPU frequency, memory bus frequency, FSB ratio (CPU:PCI), FSB ratio (CPU:memory)|
|Hardware Monitoring||CPU core temperature, CPU fan tachometer, chassis fan tachometer, CPU overheating protection, CPU core voltage|
|Sleep / Wake Up||Wake on LAN (WOL), wake on ring (WOR)|
|Hardware Features||Chassis intrusion detection, iPanel connector|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Expansion Slot(s)||1 ( 1 ) x processor - Socket A 1 ( 1 ) x AGP 4x 5 ( 5 ) x PCI 3 ( 3 ) x memory - DIMM 184-pin|
|Storage Interfaces||ATA-100 - connector(s): 2 x 40pin IDC|
|Interfaces||1 x mouse - generic - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2 style) 1 x keyboard - generic - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2 style) 1 x parallel - IEEE 1284 (EPP/ECP) - 25 pin D-Sub (DB-25) 2 x serial - RS-232C - 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9) 4 x USB - 4 pin USB Type A 1 x storage - floppy interface - 34 pin IDC 1 x audio - line-in - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm 1 x audio - line-out - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm 1 x microphone - input - mini-phone mono 3.5 mm 1 x gameport / MIDI - generic - 15 pin D-Sub (DB-15)|
|Cables Included||1 x IDE cable 1 x floppy cable 1 x USB panel|
|Software Included||Drivers & utilities, ASUS PC Probe, ASUS PC Health Monitoring, Video Live Mail, PC-cillin 2000, Cyberlink PowerPlayer SE, ASUS Live Update|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||A7S333, A7S333-PA|
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