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WARNING! The use of shielded cables for connection of the monitor to the graphics card is required to assure compliance with FCC regulations. Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
Canadian Department of Communications Statement
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
This manual is divided into the following sections: I. II. III. IV. V. VI. Introduction: Features: Installation: BIOS Software: Support CD: ASUS LAN Card: Manual information and checklist Information and specifications concerning this product Instructions on setting up the motherboard Instructions on setting up the BIOS software Information on the included support software Installation of the ASUS LAN card (optional) I. INTRODUCTION Manual / Checklist 7
How this Manual is Organized
Check that your package is complete. If you discover damaged or missing items, contact your retailer. (1) ASUS Motherboard (1) Retention mechanism & heatsink support for CPU (1) 9pin male serial external connector set (1) IDE ribbon cable for master and slave drives (1) Floppy ribbon cable for (1) 5.25inch floppy and (2) 3.5inch floppies (1) Bag of spare jumpers (1) Support drivers and utilities: (1) Users Manual ASUS PCI-L101 Wake-on-LAN 10/100 Ethernet Card (optional)
Features of the ASUS P2B98-XV Motherboard
The ASUS P2B98-XV is carefully designed for the discriminating PC user who wants smart features processed by the fastest CPU. Versatile Processor Support: Intel Pentium II (233MHz450MHz) processor. Intel AGPset: Features Intels 440BX AGPset with I/O subsystems and front-side bus (FSB) platform, which boosts the traditional 66-MHz internal bus speed to 100MHz. Multi-Cache: Supports a Pentium II processor with either 512KB, 128KB, or 0KB Pipelined Burst Level 2 cache in the Single Edge Contact (SEC) cartridge. PC100 Memory Support: Equipped with three DIMM sockets to support (8, 16, 32, 64, 128, or 256MB) 168-pin SDRAM memory modules up to 768MB. Wake-On-LAN Connector: Supports Wake-On-LAN activity through optional ASUS PCI-L101 Fast Ethernet card. Programmable Flash ROM: 2Mbit programmable bios (Flash EEPROM), offering built-in, hardware-based virus protection and enhanced ACPI for Windows 98 compatibility, autodetection of hard drives, PS/2 mouse, and Plug and Play devices for virtually automatic setup of hard drives, expansion cards, and other devices. Onboard AGP VGA: Features ATI 3D RAGE PRO AGP 2X VGA chipset onboard with sideband addressing and 8MB SDRAM graphics memory.
SB-Link: Features Creatives SB-Link, allowing SB16 compatibility, using Intels PC-PCI technology, to AWE64D or compatible PCI audio cards.
II. FEATURES Specifications 8
PCI & ISA Expansion Slots: Provides four 32-bit PCI and two 16-bit ISA slots. Super Multi-I/O: Provides two high-speed UART compatible serial ports and one parallel port with EPP and ECP capabilities. UART2 can also be directed from COM2 to the Infrared Module for wireless connections. Desktop Management Interface (DMI): Supports DMI through BIOS, which allows hardware to communicate within a standard protocol creating a higher level of compatibility. (Requires DMI-enabled components.) Ultra DMA/33 Bus Master IDE: Comes with an onboard PCI Bus Master IDE controller with two connectors that supports four IDE devices in two channels, supports UltraDMA/33, PIO Modes 3 and 4 and Bus Master IDE DMA Mode 2, and supports Enhanced IDE devices, such as Tape Backup and CD-ROM, and LS-120 drives. SCSI BIOS: Supports optional ASUS SCSI controller cards through onboard SYMBIOS firmware. IrDA Connector: Supports an optional infrared port module for wireless interface. Concurrent PCI: Concurrent PCI allows multiple PCI transfers from PCI master busses to memory to CPU.
The ASUS P2B98-XV Motherboard
PS/2 Mouse (Top) PS/2 Keyboard (Bottom)
SEC CPU Slot
Intel 440BX AGPset
3 DIMM Sockets
Floppy / IDE Connectors
USB Port 1 (Top) USB Port 2 (Bottom) COM 1 (Bottom) Parallel (Top)
COM 2 Connector 8MB SDRAM VGA memory Wake-On-LAN Connector Super Multi-I/O Chip
4 PCI Slots Programmable Flash EEPROM
2 ISA Slots
Onboard ATI AGP 2X VGA Chipset
Intel PIIX4E PCIset
II. FEATURES Motherboard Parts
Layout of the ASUS P2B98-XV Motherboard
MOUSE (TOP PORT) KEYBOARD (BOTTOM)
ATX Power Connector
USB 1(TOP PORT) USB 2 (BOTTOM)
III. INSTALLATION Expansion Cards
To simplify this process, this motherboard has complied with the Plug and Play (PNP) specification which was developed to allow automatic system configuration whenever a PNP-compliant card is added to the system. For PNP cards, IRQs are assigned automatically from those available. If the system has both Legacy and PNP ISA cards installed, IRQs are assigned to PNP cards from those not used by Legacy cards. The PCI and PNP configuration of the BIOS setup utility can be used to indicate which IRQs are being used by Legacy cards. For older Legacy cards that do not work with the BIOS, you can contact your vendor for an ISA Configuration Utility. An IRQ number is automatically assigned to PCI expansion cards after those used by Legacy and PNP ISA cards. In the PCI bus design, the BIOS automatically assigns an IRQ to a PCI slot that has a card in it that requires an IRQ. To install a PCI card, you need to set something called the INT (interrupt) assignment. Since all the PCI slots on this motherboard use an INTA #, be sure that the jumpers on your PCI cards are set to INT A.
III. INSTALLATION Expansion Cards 24
Assigning DMA Channels for ISA Cards
Some ISA cards, both legacy and PnP, may also need to use a DMA (Direct Memory Access) channel. DMA assignments for this motherboard are handled the same way as the IRQ assignment process described earlier. You can select a DMA channel in the PCI and PnP configuration section of the BIOS Setup utility. IMPORTANT: To avoid conflicts, reserve the necessary IRQs and DMAs for legacy ISA cards (under PNP AND PCI SETUP of the BIOS SOFTWARE, choose Yes in IRQ xx Used By ISA and DMA x Used By ISA for those IRQs and DMAs you want to reserve).
5. External Connectors
WARNING! Some pins are used for connectors or power sources. These are clearly separated from jumpers in Map of the Motherboard. Placing jumper caps over these will cause damage to your motherboard. IMPORTANT: Ribbon cables should always be connected with the red stripe on the Pin 1 side of the connector. The four corners of the connectors are labeled on the motherboard. Pin 1 is the side closest to the power connector on hard drives and floppy drives. IDE ribbon cable must be less than 18in. (46cm), with the second drive connector no more than 6in. (15cm) from the first connector. 1. PS/2 Keyboard Connector (6-pin Female) This connection is for a standard keyboard using an PS/2 plug (mini DIN). This connector will 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)
2. PS/2 Mouse Connector (6-pin Female) The system will direct IRQ12 to the PS/2 mouse if one is detected. If not detected, expansion cards can use IRQ12. See PS/2 Mouse Control in BIOS Features Setup of the BIOS SOFTWARE.
PS/2 Mouse (6-pin Female)
III. INSTALLATION Connectors
3. Parallel Printer Connector (25-pin Female) You can enable the parallel port and choose the IRQ through Onboard Parallel Port in Chipset Features Setup of the BIOS SOFTWARE. NOTE: Serial printers must be connected to the serial port.
Parallel (Printer) Port (25-pin Female)
4. Serial Port COM1 Connectors (One 9-pin Male) One serial port can be used for pointing devices or other serial devices. See Onboard Serial Port in Chipset Features Setup of the BIOS SOFTWARE. III. INSTALLATION Connectors 26
Serial Port (9-pin Male) COM 1
5. Monitor (VGA) Output Connector (One 15-pin Female) This connector is for output to a VGA-compatible device. The onboard VGA is an accelerated graphics port (AGP) for ultra-high memory bandwidth graphics.
VGA Monitor (15-pin Female)
6. Universal Serial BUS Ports 1 & 2 (Two 4-pin Female Sockets) Two USB ports are available for connecting USB devices.
Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2
7. IrDA-Compliant Infrared Module Connector (5-pin IR) This connector supports the optional wireless transmitting and receiving infrared module. This module mounts to a small opening on system cases that support this feature.
(NC) +5V Ground IRTX
For the infrared feature to be available, you must connect the optional Infrared (IrDA) module to the motherboard
P2B98-XV Infrared Module Connector
NOTE: Orient the red stripe to Pin 1
P2B98-XV Floppy Disk Drive Connector
9. System Fan Connector This connector supports cooling fans of 500mAMP (6WATT) or less.
System Fan Power
+12V Ground Rotation
P2B98-XV 12Volt Cooling Fan Power
8. Floppy Disk Drive Connector (34-1pin 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).
10. Primary / Secondary IDE Connectors (Two 40-1pin IDE) These connectors support the provided IDE hard disk ribbon cable. After connecting the single end to the board, connect the two plugs at the other end to your hard disk(s). If you install two hard disks, you must configure the second drive to Slave mode by setting its jumper accordingly. Please refer to the documentation of your hard disk for the jumper settings. (Pin 20 is removed to prevent inserting in the wrong orientation when using ribbon cables with pin 20 plugged).
ATX Power Switch
IDE LED Power LED
P2B98-XV System Panel Connections
Power Connection Procedures
1. After all connections are made, close the system case cover. 2. Be sure that all switches are off (in some systems, marked with ). 3. Connect the power supply cord into the power supply located on the back of your system case according to your system users manual. 4. Connect the power cord into a power outlet that is equipped with a surge protector. 5. You may then turn on your devices in the following order: a. Your monitor b. External SCSI devices (starting with the last device on the chain) c. Your system power. For ATX power supplies, you need to switch on the power supply as well as press the ATX power switch on the front of the case. 6. The power LED on the front panel of the system case will light. For ATX power supplies, the system LED will light when the ATX power switch is pressed. The monitor LED may light up after the systems if it complies with green standards or if it has a power standby feature. The system will then run power-on tests. While the tests are running, additional messages will appear on the screen. If you do not see anything within 30 seconds from the time you turn on the power, the system may have failed a power-on test. Recheck your jumper settings and connections or call your retailer for assistance. 7. During power-on, hold down <Delete> to enter BIOS setup. Follow the instructions in the next section, BIOS SOFTWARE. * Powering Off your computer: You must first exit or shut down your operating system before switching off the power switch. For ATX power supplies, you can press the ATX power switch after exiting or shutting down your operating system. If you use Windows 95, click the Start button, click Shut Down, and then click Shut down the computer?. The system will give three quick beeps after about 30 seconds and then power off after Windows shuts down. NOTE: The message You can now safely turn off your computer will not appear when shutting down with ATX power supplies. III. INSTALLATION Power Connections 31
IV. BIOS BIOS Features 40
HDD S.M.A.R.T. capability (Disabled) This allows the enabling or disabling of the S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology) system which utilizes internal hard disk drive monitoring technology. This feature is normally disabled because system resources used in this feature may decrease system performance. PS/2 Mouse Function Control (Auto) The default of Auto allows the system to detect a PS/2 mouse on bootup. If detected, IRQ12 will be used for the PS/2 mouse. IRQ12 will be reserved for expansion cards if a PS/2 mouse is not detected. Enabled will always reserve IRQ12, whether on bootup a PS/2 mouse is detected or not. OS/2 Onboard Memory > 64M (Disabled) When using OS/2 operating systems with installed DRAM of greater than 64MB, you need to set this option to Enabled otherwise leave this on Disabled.... PCI/VGA Palette Snoop (Disabled) Some display cards that are nonstandard VGA such as graphics accelerators or MPEG Video Cards may not show colors properly. The setting Enabled should correct this problem. Otherwise leave this on the setup default setting of Disabled. Video ROM BIOS Shadow (Enabled) This field allows you to change the video BIOS location from ROM to RAM. Relocating to RAM enhances system performance, as information access is faster than the ROM. C8000-CBFFF to DC000-DFFFF (Disabled) These fields are used for shadowing other expansion card ROMs. If you install other expansion cards with ROMs on them, you will need to know which addresses the ROMs use to shadow them specifically. Shadowing a ROM reduces the memory available between 640K and 1024K by the amount used for this purpose. Boot Up NumLock Status (On) This field enables users to activate the Number Lock function upon system boot. Typematic Rate Setting (Disabled) When enabled, you can set the two typematic controls listed next. Setup default setting is Disabled. Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec) (6) This field controls the speed at which the system registers repeated keystrokes. Options range from 6 to 30 characters per second. Setup default setting is 6; other settings are 8, 10, 12, 15, 20, 24, and 30. Typematic Delay (Msec) (250) This field sets the time interval for displaying the first and second characters. Four delay rate options are available: 250, 500, 750, and 1000. Security Option (System) When you specify a Supervisor Password and/or User Password (explained later in this section), the Security Option field determines when the system prompts for the password. The default setting is System, where the system prompts for the User Password every time you start your system. The other option is Setup, where the system goes through its startup routine unless the Setup utility is called, when the system prompts for the Supervisor Password.
If your DIMMs do not have ECC (e.g. 8 chips), they are considered 64 bits and the following will be displayed instead:
Data Integrity Mode (Non-ECC) Non-ECC has byte-wise write capability but no provision for protecting data integrity in the DRAM array. EC-Only data errors are detected but not corrected. ECC with hardware scrubbing allows a detection of single-bit and multiple-bit errors and recovery of single-bit errors. (See section III for more information on DRAM memory modules.).... Onboard FDC Controller (Enabled) When Enabled, this field allows you to connect your floppy disk drives to the onboard floppy disk drive connector instead of a separate controller card. If you want to use a different controller card to connect the floppy disk drives, set this field to Disabled.
Onboard FDC Swap A & B (No Swap) This field allows you to reverse the hardware drive letter assignments of your floppy disk drives. Two options are available: No Swap and Swap AB. If you want to switch drive letter assignments through the onboard chipset, set this field to Swap AB. Onboard Serial Port 1 (3F8H/IRQ4) Settings are 3F8H/IRQ4, 2F8H/IRQ3, 3E8H/IRQ4, 2E8H/IRQ10, and Disabled for the onboard serial connector. Onboard Serial Port 2 (2F8H/IRQ3) Settings are 3F8H/IRQ4, 2F8H/IRQ3, 3E8H/IRQ4, 2E8H/IRQ10, and Disabled for the onboard serial connector. Onboard Parallel Port (378H/IRQ7) This field sets the address of the onboard parallel port connector. You can select either: 3BCH / IRQ 7, 378H / IRQ 7, 278H / IRQ 5, Disabled. If you install an I/O card with a parallel port, ensure that there is no conflict in the address assignments. The PC can support up to three parallel ports as long as there are no conflicts for each port. Parallel Port Mode (ECP+EPP) This field allows you to set the operation mode of the parallel port. The setting Normal, allows normal-speed operation but in one direction only; EPP allows bidirectional parallel port operation at maximum speed; ECP allows the parallel port to operate in bidirectional mode and at a speed faster than the maximum unidirectional data transfer rate; ECP+EPP allows normal speed operation in a two-way mode. ECP DMA Select (3) This selection is available only if you select ECP or ECP+EPP in the Parallel Port Mode. Select either DMA Channel 1, 3, or Disable. UART2 Use Infrared (Disabled) When enabled, this field activates the onboard infrared feature and sets the second serial UART to support the infrared module connector on the motherboard. If your system already has a second serial port connected to the onboard COM2 connector, it will no longer work if you enable the infrared feature. By default, this field is set to Disabled, which leaves the second serial port UART to support the COM2 serial port connector. See IrDA-compliant infrared module connector under section III. Onboard PCI IDE Enable (Both) You can select to enable the primary IDE channel, secondary IDE channel, both, or disable both channels (for systems with only SCSI drives). IDE Ultra DMA Mode (Auto) This field autodetects Ultra DMA capability (for improved transfer speeds and data integrity) for compatible IDE devices. Set to Disable to suppress Ultra DMA capability. IDE 0 Master/Slave PIO/DMA Mode, IDE 1 Master/Slave PIO/DMA Mode (Auto) Each channel (0 and 1) has both a master and a slave making four IDE devices possible. Because each IDE device may have a different Mode timing (0, 1, 2, 3, 4), it is necessary for these to be independent. The default setting of Auto will allow autodetection to ensure optimal performance
IV. BIOS Plug & Play / PCI 48
DMA x Used By ISA (No/ICU) These fields indicate whether or not the displayed DMA channel for each field is being used by a legacy (non-PnP) ISA card. Available options include: No/ICU and Yes. The first option, the default setting, indicates either that the displayed DMA channel is not used or an ICU is being used to determine if an ISA card is using that channel. If you install a legacy ISA card that requires a unique DMA channel, and you are not using an ICU, you must set the field for that channel to Yes. ISA MEM Block BASE (No/ICU) This field allows you to set the base address and block size of a legacy ISA card that uses any memory segment within the C800H and DFFFH address range. If you have such a card, and you are not using an ICU to specify its address range, select a base address from the six available options; the ISA MEM Block SIZE field will then appear for selecting the block size. If you have more than one legacy ISA card in your system that requires to use this address range, you can increase the block size to either 8K, 16K, 36K, or 64K. If you are using an ICU to accomplish this task, leave ISA MEM Block BASE to its default setting of No/ICU. SYMBIOS SCSI BIOS (Auto) The default uses Auto settings for the onboard SCSI BIOS. If you do not want to use the onboard SCSI BIOS, choose Disabled USB IRQ (Enabled) Enabled reserves an IRQ# for the USB to work, Disabled does not allow the USB to have an IRQ# and therefore prevents the USB from functioning. If you are not using any USB devices, you may set this feature to Disabled to save an extra IRQ# for expansion cards.
IV. BIOS Plug & Play / PCI
Load BIOS Defaults
The Load BIOS Defaults option allows you to load the troubleshooting default values permanently stored in the BIOS ROM. These default settings are non-optimal and disable all high performance features. To load these default settings, highlight Load BIOS Defaults on the main screen and then press <Enter>. The system displays a confirmation message on the screen. Press <Y> and then <Enter> to confirm. Press <N> and then <Enter> to abort. This feature does not affect the fields on the Standard CMOS Setup screen.
Load Setup Defaults
The Load Setup Defaults option allows you to load the default values to the system configuration fields. These default values are the optimized configuration settings for the system. To load these default values, highlight Load Setup Defaults on the main screen and then press <Enter>. The system displays a confirmation message on the screen. Press <Y> and then <Enter> to confirm. Press <N> and then <Enter> to abort. This feature does not affect the fields on the Standard CMOS Setup screen.
IV. BIOS Load Defaults 50 ASUS P2B98-XV Users Manual
Supervisor Password and User Password
These two options set the system passwords. Supervisor Password sets a password that will be used to protect the system and the Setup utility; User Password sets a password that will be used exclusively on the system. By default, the system comes without any passwords. To specify a password, highlight the type you want and then press <Enter>. A password prompt appears on the screen. Taking note that the password is case sensitive, and can be up to 8 alphanumeric characters long, type in your password and then press <Enter>. The system confirms your password by asking you to type it again. After setting a password, the screen automatically reverts to the main screen.
To implement password protection, specify in the Security Option field of the BIOS Features Setup screen when the system will prompt for the password. If you want to disable either password, press <Enter> instead of entering a new password when the Enter Password prompt appears. A message confirms the password has been disabled.
NOTE: If you forget the password, see CMOS RAM in section III for procedures on clearing the CMOS.
IV. BIOS Passwords
IDE HDD Auto Detection
The IDE HDD Auto Detection option detects the parameters of an IDE hard disk drive, and automatically enters them into the Standard CMOS Setup screen.
Up to four IDE drives can be detected, with parameters for each listed inside the box. To accept the optimal entries, press <Y> or else select from the numbers displayed under the OPTIONS field (2, 1, 3 in this case); to skip to the next drive, press <N>. If you accept the values, the parameters will appear listed beside the drive letter on the screen. The process then proceeds to the next drive letter. Pressing <N> to skip rather than to accept a set of parameters causes the program to enter zeros after that drive letter. Remember that if you are using another IDE controller that does not feature Enhanced IDE support for four devices, you can only install two IDE hard disk drives. Your IDE controller must support the Enhanced IDE features in order to use Drive E and Drive F. The onboard PCI IDE controller supports Enhanced IDE, with two connectors for connecting up to four IDE devices. If you want to use another controller that supports four drives, you must disable the onboard IDE controller in the Chipset Features Setup screen. When auto-detection is completed, the program automatically enters all entries you accepted on the field for that drive in the Standard CMOS Setup screen. Skipped entries are ignored and are not entered in the screen. If you are auto-detecting a hard disk that supports the LBA mode, three lines will appear in the parameter box. Choose the line that lists LBA for an LBA drive. Do not select Large or Normal. The auto-detection feature can only detect one set of parameters for a particular IDE hard drive. Some IDE drives can use more than one set. This is not a problem if the drive is new and empty.
B. Other Video Drivers Diagnostics
Memory aperture test failure or Diagnostics program locks or Reboots during aperture test If you receive an error message indicating that the memory aperture location is conflicting with your system memory, restart the INSTALL program as follows: INSTALL APMAP <Enter>. Now when you enable Memory Aperture, you must select a location above but not overlapping System Memory (S), BIOS (B) or Reserved (R) locations. Not applicable for ISA cards. Desired resolution is disabled and displayed in gray A mode displayed in gray means that the BIOS is told this mode is not available, based on the device configuration. Reinstall using custom monitor selection. Menu item is disabled and displayed in gray The test program has determined that the mode or test is not available under the current configuration. Aperture tests are not available if the aperture is disabled, and CRT mode and pixel depth are determined by current installation, DAC type, memory size, and memory type. Adapter not detected This message should only occur when a mach64 ASIC is not detected. If this message occurs and a mach64 board is present, it may indicate an I/O conflict, conflicts between the Extended Memory Manager (EMM) and the video ROM. Try removing all other boards from the system and booting from a plain DOS disk. Try excluding the video BIOS address (C0000-C7FFF) from the memory manager. Refer to the documentation furnished with the memory manager software for information. Any FIFO test error The effects of a bad command FIFO should be visible. (e.g., the screen does not come up, or it displays garbage.) Quick memory test error Run Detailed RAM Test to confirm the error and identify the address of the error. Detailed memory test error. Run Detailed RAM Test several times to confirm the error and take notes of any messages and error codes. DAC LUT test failure. An error has occurred while testing the DAC LookUp Table. The problem should be visible on the top color bar of any 8bpp mode. ROM checksum error. An error has been detected in the ROM. Draw sequence failure. An error has occurred in the draw engine. If the error is intermittent, it might indicate a marginal RAM failure. The effects of this failure may not be immediately apparent. B. Other Video Drivers Error Codes 76
B. Other Video Drivers Driver / Player
Other Problems & Actions
My monitor is not capable of high resolution or refresh rate. It depends on the display characteristics of your monitor. Consult your monitor documentation for the proper configuration. After installing the driver, Windows 95 doesn't prompt me to restart and the driver still doesn't work after I restart my computer. You may have installed similar drivers before. Try the following steps to install: 1. Right-click My Computer on the desktop. 2. Select Properties. The System Properties dialog box appears. 3. Click the Device Manager tab. Be sure that View devices by type is selected. 4. Double-click Display adapters. If Display adapters does not appear, jump to step 8 and continue. 5. The name of your device will be listed in the box. Double-click it. 6. The properties box of your device appears. Click the Driver tab. 7. Click Change Driver. and follow the installation steps. 8. Click Other devices. Your device should be listed. 9. Click the name of your device to bring up the properties box of your device. Select the Driver tab. 10. Click Change Driver. and follow the installation steps. After installation and restarting, Windows 95 informs me that the display setting is still incorrect. There may be a conflict between a previous and the current display drivers. This is caused by the incomplete removal of the previous display driver. Try the following steps to remove it: 1. Right-click My Computer on the desktop. 2. Select Properties. The System Properties dialog box appears. 3. Click the Device Manager tab. Be sure that View devices by type is selected. 4. Double-click Display adapters. 5. You will find two (or more) conflicting adapters. 6. Disable all previous adapters by selecting them and clicking Remove. 7. Close Device Manager and restart Windows 95. 8. Your display driver should work correctly this time.
B. Other Video Drivers Descriptions/Actions 78
C. Video Player
Windows Video Player
ATI Player and control panel (Win95) If VIDEO drivers are installed, for playing video clips, the ATI Player icon will appear in the DeskTop. Double click on this icon to bring up the Video Screen as shown here: (Detailed button definitions are shown when holding the cursor over the individual buttons for a few seconds.) The Task Control Panel The Task control panel indicates what mode the player is in and what its doing. (Your Task control panel may not look exactly like the illustration-only installed or available features will have controls.) Under Win31 environment
Under Win95 environment
CD Audio MPEG Video In Capture
Help Minimize Exit
CDAudioPlay standard audio CDs (not available) MPEG PlaybackPlay MPEG and AVI video files
Video In (Tuner button)Display live video sources (not available) CaptureCapture still images, video sequences, or audio-only (not available)
The DMI Configuration Utility (DMICFG2.EXE) must be used in real mode in order for the program to run, the base memory must be at least 180K. Memory managers like HIMEM.SYS (required by windows) must not be installed. You can boot up from a system diskette without AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS files, REM HIMEM.SYS in the CONFIG.SYS, or press <F5> during bootup to bypass your AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS files.
D. DMI DMI Introduction
Using the ASUS DMI Configuration Utility
NOTE: The following screen displays are provided as examples only and may not reflect the screen contents on your system. Edit DMI (or delete)
Use the (left-right) cursors to move the top menu items and the (up-down) cursor to move between the left hand menu items. The bottom of the screen will show the available keys for each screen. Press enter at the menu item to enter the right hand screen for editing. Edit component appears on top. The reversed color field is the current cursor position and the blue text are available for editing. The orange text shows auto-detected information and are not available for editing. The blue text Press [ENTER] for detail contains a second pop-up menu is available, use the + - (plus-minus) keys to change the settings. Enter to exit and save, ESC to exit and not save. If the user has made changes, ESC will prompt you to answer Y or N. Enter Y to go back to the left-hand screen and save, enter N to go back to left-hand screen and not save. If editing has not been made, ESC will send you back to the left hand menu without any messages.
D. DMI Using DMI Utility 82
A heading, *** BIOS Auto Detect ***, appears on the right for each menu item on the left side that has been auto detected by the system BIOS. A heading, *** User Modified ***, will appear on the right for menu items that have been modified by the user.
You can save the MIFD (normally only saved to flash ROM) to a file by entering the drive and path here. If you want to cancel save, you may press ESC and a message Bad File Name appears here to show it was not saved. Load MIFD
You can load the disk file to memory by entering a drive and path and file name here. Load BIOS Defaults
You can load the BIOS defaults from a MIFD file and can clear all user modified and added data. You must reboot your computer in order for the defaults to be saved back into the Flash BIOS.
D. DMI Using DMI Utility
VI. ASUS LAN Card Features/Information 86
Specic machines and classes of devices are shown in these tables in this document.
4 System Platforms on page Single Processor Systems, Table Multiprocessor Systems (SMP), Table Supported Devices on page SCSI Host Bus Adapters, Table SCSI RAID Controllers, Table Solid State SCSI Disk Devices, Table CD-ROM Drives, Table Printing Devices, Table Audio Devices, Table Telephony Products, Table Multiport Serial Adapters, Table Network AdaptersEthernet, Table Network AdaptersFast Ethernet, Table Network AdaptersToken Ring, Table Network AdaptersWAN, Table 114
4 AT-ISDN Adapters, Table High-Speed Networking, Table PC Card (PCMCIA)Add-On Boards, Table PC Card (PCMCIA)GPS and Navigation Devices, Table PC Card (PCMCIA)Modems, Table PC Card (PCMCIA)Serial Cards, Table PC Card (PCMCIA)SRAM Memory Cards, Table Pointing Devices, Table Tape DrivesSCSI, Table SCSI RAID Tape, Table Uninterruptable Power Supplies (UPS), Table Motherboards, Table Video Display Devices, Table 127
4 Pentium system platforms and motherboards listed in this document show the CPU type and speed in parentheses after the model name.
The term (P-xxx) indicates a Pentium processor; the xxx is replaced by the speed of the system in megahertz. For example, P-100 indicates a 100-MHz Pentium processor. The term (PP-xxx) indicates a Pentium Pro processor; the xxx is replaced by the speed of the system in megahertz. For example, PP-150 indicates a 150-MHz Pentium Pro processor. The term (PII-xxx) indicates a Pentium II processor; the xxx is replaced by the speed of the system in megahertz. For example, PII-233 indicates a 233-MHz Pentium II processor. The term (PIII-xxx) indicates a Pentium III processor; the xxx is replaced by the speed of the system in megahertz. For example, PIII-450 indicates a 450-MHz Pentium III processor.
4 In Supported Devices on page 18, peripherals that require additional conguration and that have a Device Reference Page in the Solaris 7 (Intel Platform Edition) Device Conguration Guide are marked with a # symbol.
For specic hardware conguration information necessary to install and run the Solaris environment on your particular hardware, see the Solaris 7 (Intel Platform Edition) Device Conguration Guide.
Solaris Certication Program
Information about the Solaris hardware certication program can be found on the Internet at http://soldc.sun.com/support/certify. Occasionally, updated Hardware Compatibility Lists are produced between releases. If a newer version of this document exists, it will be available at the certication Web site.
Corrections and Additions
Vendors, OEMs, and manufacturers: To supply corrections or add products to this list, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ordering Sun Documents
The SunStore stocks hundreds of manuals from Sun Microsystems, Inc. You can purchase both documentation sets and individual manuals. For a list of documents and how to order them, visit the SunStore at http://sunstore.sun.com.
Accessing Sun Documentation Online
The docs.sun.comSM Web site enables you to access Sun technical documentation online. You can browse the docs.sun.com archive or search for a specic book title or subject. The URL is http://docs.sun.com.
Obtaining Technical Support
To obtain technical support:
4 Contact your Sun Software Support Provider. 4 In North America, you can also call 1-800-7867638 and choose option 4.
CPU Intel or compatible 486DX, 486DX2, 486SL, 486SX, 486DX4 Intel Pentium Intel Pentium Pro Intel Pentium with MMX Intel Pentium II Intel Pentium II Xeon Intel Celeron Intel Pentium III Intel Pentium III Xeon AMD 486DX2-66 AMD 486DX2-80 AMD 486DX4-100 AMD 486DX4-100 Enhanced AMD-K5 AMD-K6 AMD-K6-2 Cyrix 486DLC-40 Cyrix 5x86-100GP Cyrix 6x86-P120+GP Cyrix 6x86-P150+ Cyrix 6x86-P166+ Cyrix 6x86MX-PR150 Cyrix MII
1. x86 based systems that use the Intel Pentium Pro and subsequently released Intel CPUs can address up to 32 Gbytes of physical memory. Individual processes are still limited to a maximum of 3.5 Gbytes of virtual address space however.
Memory Minimum: 32 Mbytes Maximum: 32 Gbytes1
Bus ISA, EISA, PCI, VLB
Disk Interface IDE, E-IDE, SCSI
Distribution Media CD-ROM and a single boot diskette
Devices for Installing Solaris Diskette drive and one of the following devices: Local SCSI or ATAPI/IDE CD-ROM drive Remote SCSI or ATAPI/IDE CD-ROM drive available over the network Remote hard disk available over the network
Solaris 7 Intel Platform Edition has been successfully installed and tested on the computers listed in this section congured as they are shipped by the system manufacturer.
Single Processor Systems
Acer AcerAcros T7000 MT (PII-266) Acer AcerAltos 920 (PII-300) Acer AcerAltos 9100 (PII-300) Acer AcerAltos 9100 (PII-300+RAID) Acer AcerPower T7000 MT (PII-266) Bull Information Systems Express5800HX4500 (PII-Xeon-400) Compaq Deskpro EN 6400 (PII-400) Compaq Professional Workstation AP200 (PII-400) Compaq Professional Workstation AP200 (PII-450) Compaq Professional Workstation AP400 (PII-400) Compaq Professional Workstation AP400 (PII-450) Compaq Professional Workstation AP500 (PII-450) Compaq ProLiant 800 (PII-350) Compaq ProLiant 1200 (PII-233) Compaq ProLiant 1600 (PII-300) Compaq ProLiant 1600 (PII-350) Compaq ProLiant 1600 (PII-400) Compaq ProLiant 2500 (PP-200) Compaq ProLiant 3000 (PII-333) Compaq ProLiant 3000 (PII-450) Compaq ProLiant 6000 (PP-200) Compaq ProLiant 7000 (PP-200) Compaq ProSignia 200 (PII-233) Compaq ProSignia 200 (PII-266) Compaq ProSignia 200 (PII-300)
Siemens AG Scenic Pro C6 (PP-200) Siemens AG Scenic Pro C6 (D1026) (PII-KB) Siemens AG Scenic Pro D6 (D1085) (PII-266) Siemens AG Scenic Pro D7 (D1064) (PII-450) Siemens AG Scenic Pro M5 (PP-200) Siemens AG Scenic Pro M5 (D1042) (P-233 MMX 512 KB) Texas Micro Systems P2000FX (PII-333) Toshiba Magnia 3000 (PII-400) Toshiba Magnia 5000 (PII-400) Viglen ContenderATX (P-233) Viglen Genie 2 (PII-233) Viglen Genie ATX (P-233) Viglen Genie ATX Anchorage (P-233) Zenith Data Systems Express5800ES1200 (PII-266) Zenith Data Systems Express5800ES1400 (PII-300) Zenith Data Systems Express5800HX4500 (PII-Xeon-400) Zenith Data Systems Z-Station 4100E (Celeron-266) Zenith Data Systems Z-Station 8100E (PII-KB)
Note - The number of CPUs following each entry indicates the number of processors
in the multiprocessor system as tested.
Multiprocessor Systems (SMP)
Acer AcerAltos 920 (2 CPUs, PII-300) Acer AcerAltos 1100E (2 CPUs, PIII-550) Acer AcerAltos 9100 (2 CPUs, PII-300) Acer AcerAltos 9100 (2 CPUs, PII-300+RAID) Acer AcerAltos 12000 (2 CPUs, PIII-Xeon-550) Acer AOpen DX2G Plus (2 CPUs, PIII-Xeon-550) Acer AOpen DX6G Plus (2 CPUs, PIII-500) Acer AOpen DX6G Plus (2 CPUs, PIII-Xeon-500) Acer ProStation 5000 (2 CPUs, PIII-550) ALR Revolution 2X (2 CPUs, PII-266) Bull Information Systems Express5800-HX4500 (4 CPUs, PII-Xeon-400) Bull Information Systems Express5800-HX4600 (2 CPUs, PII-450) Bull Information Systems Express5800-MC2400 (2 CPUs, PII-450) Bull Information Systems Express5800-MH4500 (2 CPUs, PII-Xeon-400) Compaq Professional Workstation AP400 (2 CPUs, PII-400) Compaq Professional Workstation AP400 (2 CPUs, PII-450) Compaq Professional Workstation AP500 (2 CPUs, PII-450) Compaq Professional Workstation AP500 (2 CPUs, PIII-500) Compaq Professional Workstation 6000 (2 CPUs, PII-266) Compaq Professional Workstation 8000 (2 CPUs, PP-200) Compaq Professional Workstation 8000 (4 CPUs, PP-200) Compaq ProLiant 800 (2 CPUs, PII-350) Compaq ProLiant 1600 (2 CPUs, PII-350) Compaq ProLiant 1600 (2 CPUs, PII-400) Compaq ProLiant 1850R (2 CPUs, PIII-500) Compaq ProLiant 2500 (2 CPUs, PP-200) Compaq ProLiant 3000 (2 CPUs, PII-300) Compaq ProLiant 3000 (2 CPUs, PII-333) Compaq ProLiant 3000 (2 CPUs, PIII-500)
Sound Blaster 16 SCSI-2#
Model PM2011 (ISA)# PM2012B (EISA)# PM2021 (ISA)2 # PM2022 (EISA)2 # PM2024 (PCI)2 # PM2041 (ISA)2 PM2041W (ISA)2 # PM2042 (EISA)2 PM2042W (EISA)2 # PM2044UW (PCI)2 # PM2044W (PCI)2 # PM2122 (EISA)2 # PM2124 (PCI)2 # PM2124W (PCI)2 # PM2142W (EISA)2 # PM2144UW (PCI)2 # PM2144W (PCI)2 # PM3021 (ISA)#
DTC-3130 (PCI)3 DTC-3130B (PCI)
PC-CS7210 (PCI) PCISCSI (NCR 53C825)4 # PCISCSINR (NCR 53C810)#
Vendor LSI Logic (formerly Symbios Logic or NCR)
Model NCR 53C810# NCR 53C810A# NCR 53C815# NCR 53C8204 # NCR 53C8254 # NCR 53C825A4 # NCR 53C860# NCR 53C875# NCR 53C875J# NCR 53C876# NCR 53C895# SYM22910# SYM53C896#
Vendor Mylex Corp. (BusLogic)
Model BT-440C (VLB)# BT-445C (VLB)# BT-445S (VLB)# BT-542B (ISA)# BT-545C (ISA)# BT-545S (ISA)# BT-742A (EISA)# BT-746C (EISA)# BT-747C (EISA)# BT-747S (EISA)# BT-757C (EISA)# BT-757CD (EISA) BT-757S (EISA)# BT-946C (PCI)# BT-948 (PCI)# BT-956C (PCI)# BT-956CD (PCI)# BT-958 (PCI)# BT-958D (PCI)# FlashPoint DL Dual-Channel Ultra SCSI (BT-932) (PCI)5 FlashPoint DW Dual-Channel Ultra & Wide SCSI (BT-952) (PCI)5 FlashPoint LT Ultra SCSI (BT-930) (PCI)5 FlashPoint LW Ultra & Wide SCSI (BT-950) (PCI)5
P.E. Logic Corp QLogic Trantor
PEL-16206 QLA510# T348 MiniSCSI Plus Parallel#
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
To enable support for these drivers, install the patch for the Solaris device driver cadp, which can be obtained from http://soldc.sun.com. This adapter can be made RAID-capable with the addition of a Hardware Disk Array module. This adapter does not have the SDMS BIOS on board. It should be used only on a system that contains the SCSI BIOS as part of its main system BIOS. Wide SCSI not yet supported in Solaris driver. For conguration information, contact the vendor, Mylex Corporation. Congure as an Adaptec AHA-1520A.
SCSI RAID Controllers
Model MegaRAID 428 (PCI)# SMART Array Controller# SMART-2 EISA/PCI Array Controller# SMART-2DH Array Controller# SMART-2SL Array Controller#
Vendor AMI Compaq
DEC Dell DPT
Digital Storage Works RAID Array (EISA) PowerEdge RAID Controller II (PERC II) (PCI) PM3222 (EISA)# PM3222UW (EISA)# PM3224 (PCI)# PM3224W (PCI)# PM3332UW (EISA)# PM3334UW (PCI)# PM3334W (PCI)#
HP Disk Array/HP Disk System NetRAID
Model PC ServeRAID Adapter (Copperhead) (PCI)# ServeRAID II Ultra SCSI Adapter (PCI)# ServeRAID-3 Ultra2 SCSI Adapter (PCI)# SCSI-2 Fast/Wide RAID Adapter (PCI)
DAC960E (EISA)# DAC960P (PCI)# DAC960PD (PCI)# DAC960PD-Ultra (PCI)# DAC960PG (PCI)# DAC960PJ (PCI)# DAC960PL (PCI)# DAC960PRL1 (PCI)# DAC960PTL1 (PCI)#
Solid State SCSI Disk Devices
Model Silicon Disk II (SCSI F/W) MegaRam (268 MB version)
Vendor ATTO Technology Imperial Technology
Model CD-920E (20x) CD-924E (24x) CD-936E (36x) Type ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE SCSI SCSI SCSI ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE SCSI ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE SCSI SCSI SCSI ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE SCSI
CDS435 CDS525 CDS5351
Creative Labs GoldStar
2240E DVD-ROM Drive2 8241B CRD-8160B (16x) CRD-8240B GCD-R320B GCD-R520B GCD-R580B (8x)
CDR-1900S CDR-3750 CDR-6750 CDR-7730 CDR-7930 (8x) CDR-8130 (16x) CDR-8235 (24x) CDR-8330 (24x) CDR-8335 (24x) CDR-8430 (32x) MaxPC-UC5240 (4x)
CRD-8160B CRD-8240B CRD-8241B GCD-R580B
ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE SCSI
Model CM214 CM215
Type SCSI SCSI ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE SCSI SCSI ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE SCSI ATAPI/IDE SCSI-2 SCSI-2 ATAPI/IDE SCSI ATAPI/IDE SCSI
CRMC-FX001DE CRMC-FX400 FX-140 (14x) FX-1600 (16x)
CDR-2103 CDR-211 CDR-250 CDR-260 CDR-260R CDR-271 CDR-272 (4x) CDR-272 Rev. 4.15 CDR-273 (6x) CDR-280 CDR-510 CDR-1400 (8x) CDR-1400A (8x) CDR-1410A (8x) CDR-1600A (12/16x) CDR-1610A (12/16x) CDR-1610A (12/16x) Intersect CDR-74
Model Intersect CDR-84 MultiSpin 2Vi MultiSpin 3Xe3 MultiSpin 3Xi3 MultiSpin 3Xp Plus MultiSpin 4Xe1 , 3 MultiSpin 4Xi1 , 3 MultiSpin 6Xi
Type SCSI ATAPI/IDE SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI ATAPI/IDE SCSI ATAPI/IDE SCSI ATAPI/IDE SCSI SCSI ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI
Optics Storage Panasonic
8422IDE LK-MC509S LK-MC579B LK-MC608B (8x) LK-MC688B (8x)
CR-504B (4x) CR-508 (24x) CR-572B CR-583 (8x)
CM207 CM215 CM425A
DR-U06S (32x) DR-U12X (12x) DRM-604X1 , 4 DRM-624X1 , 4
Model DM3028 PX-4XCEi PX-8XCSi PX-12CSi PX-12TSi PX-20TSi PX-43CE (4.5 Plex) PX-43CH (4 Plex) PX-43CS PX-45CH PX-45CS PX-63CS (6 Plex) PX-65CS (6 Plex) PX-83CS (8 Plex) UltraPlex PX-32CSi (32 Plex) UltraPlex PX-32TSi (32 Plex)
Type SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE SCSI SCSI ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE SCSI SCSI ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE
4X Internal CRD-254P CDR-H93RMV CDR-400I
CDU-55E CDU-55S5 CDU-561 CDU-571 (16x) CDU-611 (20x) CDU-701 (32x)
Model CDU-76E CDU-76S CDU-77E CDU-6211 CDU-6811 CDU-7211 CDU-7811 CDU-8012 DDU100E DVD-ROM Drive2
Type ATAPI/IDE SCSI ATAPI/IDE SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI ATAPI/IDE SCSI ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE SCSI ATAPI/IDE SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI
Sun Microsystems Tae I1 Media Co. TEAC
SunCD TechMedia CDD-6100 10X CD-56E CD-516S (16x) CD-532E (32x)
DM3024 DM3028 DM5021 DM5024 DM5028
Model 4101-TA 5201B TXM-3201 TXM-3301 TXM-3401 TXM-3701-D1 XM-3501B XM-3601B XM-3801B XM-5302B XM-5522B XM-5602B (8x) XM-5701B XM-5701TA (12x) XM-5702B (12x) XM-6002B XM-6201B (32x) XM-6202B (32x)
Type SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE SCSI SCSI ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE SCSI ATAPI/IDE ATAPI/IDE
4. 5. 6.
Various CD-ROM players may not be fully SCSI-compliant in their handling of the CDROMREADHEADER command. This may cause failures from vold not mounting an eligible CD-ROM. The workaround is to mount the CD-ROM manually. These devices are supported in CD-ROM mode only. Solaris Intel Platform Edition does not currently support the UDF le system on DVD disks and players. Early versions of NEC rmware were not fully SCSI-compliant; thus these drives may only work if synchronous negotiation and disconnect are disabled on the SCSI adapter used with the CD-ROM drive, or if the drive is jumpered to use scsi-1 commands, as appropriate. Only the rst CD-ROM in the Pioneer DRM-604X CD-ROM changer is supported by default. This drive does not work with the Adaptec AHA-2940 SCSI HBA. Must have at least BIOS 1.0.
Model Optra C color laser printer Optra N network laser printer Optra R+ laser printer Optra Rt+ laser printer Optra Lx+ laser printer Optra Lxi+ laser printer Color Jetprinter PS 4079 plus printer
Vendor Lexmark International
Model AD1848 & compatibles# Business Audio
Vendor Analog Devices Compaq
Vendor Creative Labs
Model Sound Blaster 16# Sound Blaster 16 SCSI-2# Sound Blaster AWE32# Sound Blaster Pro# Sound Blaster Pro-2# Sound Blaster Vibra 16#
Various Other Boards and Devices
Drivers and support for a large number of additional sound boards and devices are available using a software driver package from 4Front Technologies. To obtain it, contact the vendor: Tel: (310) 820-7365 USA Fax: (310) 826-2465 USA Email: email@example.com Web: http://www.4front-tech.com
Model D/21D D/41E D/121A Description 2 POTS lines voice and tone recognition 4 POTS lines 12-port voice and tone recognition, and processing board 12-port voice and tone recognition, and processing board 24-channel voice store and forward 32-channel voice store and forward
Vendor Dialogic Corporation1
Model D/240SC-T1 FAX/40 FAX/120 VR/40
Description 32-channel voice store and forward, with T-1 Fax daughtercard, 4 channel, for D/41 12-channel Fax for D/121 boards Multiline speech recognition daughterboard, 4 port Multiline speech recognition daughterboard, 12 port Multiline speech recognition daughtercard, 16 port Multiline speech recognition daughtercard, 16 port Digital Trunk Interface, North American T-1 Digital Trunk Interface, European E-1 Loop Start Interface board Loop Start Interface board Digital Multiplexor Expansion boards Modular Station Interface board, 24 port
DTI/211 DTI/212 LSI/120 LSI/180 DMX MSI
Device driver software and support are supplied by the vendor.
Texas Instruments Thomas Conrad Unisys
ThunderLAN 10/100 TX (PCI)
EISA Ethernet controller (Intel 82596) U6000/DT2 integrated Ethernet controller (Intel 82596)
Vendor Xircom Znyx
Pocket Ethernet Adapter III (PE3)# NetBlaster ZX314 QUAD4 # NetBlaster ZX315 DUAL4 # NetBlaster ZX3454 # NetBlaster ZX346 QUAD4 , 5 # NetBlaster ZX348 DUAL4 # ZX3114 # ZX312 (PCI)4 , 5 # ZX342 10/100 (PCI)4 , 5 # ZX344 QUAD4 #
Cards with ASSY 03-0021-000, REV A printed on them do not work with the Solaris software. Card misdetects 8-bit slot. Some NE2000plus clones may only work in I/O or shared memory mode, depending on the system or conguration, while running Solaris software. Because certain board revisions have been found not to work, refer to the table in the DEC 21040, 21041, 21140, 21142, 21143 Ethernet Device Reference Page for additional information. Special conguration required; refer to the table in the DEC 21040, 21041, 21140, 21142, 21143 Ethernet Device Reference Page for additional information. Refer to Compaq NetFlex-3, Netelligent Controllers in the Solaris 7 (Intel Platform Edition) Device Conguration Guide.
Network AdaptersFast Ethernet
Name/Model EtherLink III PCI Bus Master (3C595-TX)# EtherLink III EISA Bus Master (3C597-TX)# EtherLink XL (3C905-TX, 3C905-T4, 3C905B-TX, 3C905B-T4)1 #
ANA-6901 (PCI) ANA-6901/C (PCI) ANA-6904 (PCI) ANA-6910/TX (PCI) ANA-6911A/C (PCI)# ANA-6911A/TX (PCI)# ANA-6911/TX (PCI) ANA-6922A (PCI) ANA-6940/TX (PCI) ANA-6944A 10/100 TX 4-port (PCI)
AT-1500 (ISA)# AT-2560 10/100 TX (PCI)
AMD Asante Cogent
PCnet-Fast# AsanteFAST 10/100 (PCI)2 # EM100 (PCI)2 # EM100TX (PCI)2 # EM110 T4 (PCI) 2 # EM110TX (PCI)2 # EM400 QUAD (PCI)2 # EM440 QUAD (PCI)2 #
Deskpro 4000 Integrated NetFlex-3 10/100# Deskpro 6000 Integrated NetFlex-3 10/100# Netelligent 10/100 TX PCI3 # NetFlex-3 DualPort 10/100TX PCI# NetFlex-3/E w/100BASE-TX UTP Module, w/100VG-AnyLAN UTP Module, w/100BASE-FX Module# NetFlex-3/P w/100BASE-TX UTP Module, w/100VG-AnyLAN UTP Module, w/100BASE-FX Module# Professional Workstation 5000 Integrated NetFlex-3 10/100# ProLiant 800 Integrated NetFlex-3 10/100# ProLiant 2500 Integrated NetFlex-3 10/100#
EtherWORKS 10/1002 # EtherWORKS PCI 10/1002 #
Diversied Technologies (DTI) IBM Intel
LBC50252 , 4 #
IBM 100/10 PCI Ethernet Adapter EtherExpress PRO/100 (82556)# EtherExpress PRO/100B (82557) (PCI) EtherExpress PRO/100+ (82558) (PCI)
Kingston Linksys NetGear
KNE100TX (PCI)2 # LNE100TX (PCI)2 # FA310TX-C2 10T/100TX (PCI)# FA310TX-C6 10T/100TX (PCI)#
Osicom, Inc. (Rockwell)
RNS23002 # RNS2340 QUAD2 , 4 #
Dual Channel 10T/100TX (SMC9334BDT) (PCI) 2 # Ether 10/100 (SMC9232) (EISA)# EtherPower 10/100 (SMC9332BDT) (PCI)2 # EtherPower 10/100 (SMC9332DST) (PCI)2 , 4 # EtherPower II 10/100 (SMC9432BTX) (PCI) EtherPower II 10/100 (SMC9432TX) (PCI) EtherPower II 10/100 (SMC9432TX/MP) (PCI)
SVEC Texas Instruments Znyx
ETHER-100TX (PN 100TX 10/100TX) (PCI) ThunderLAN 10/100 TX (PCI) NetBlaster ZX3452 # NetBlaster ZX346 QUAD2 , 4 # NetBlaster ZX348 DUAL2 # ZX342 10/100 (PCI)2 , 4 # ZX344 QUAD2 #
3Com EtherLink XL 3C905B cards in a Compaq ProLiant 6500 can fail to generate interrupts. Refer to the 3Com EtherLink XL (3C900, 3C900-COMBO, 3C900B-COMBO, 3C900B-TPC, 3C900B-TPO), Fast EtherLink XL (3C905-TX, 3C905-T4, 3C905B-TX, 3C905B-T4) Device Reference Page in the Solaris 7 (Intel Platform Edition) Device Conguration Guide for additional information. Because certain board revisions have been found not to work, refer to the table in DEC 21040, 21041, 21140, 21142, 21143 Ethernet in the Solaris 7 (Intel Platform Edition) Device Conguration Guide for additional information. Refer to the Compaq NetFlex-3, Netelligent Controllers Device Reference Page for tested chipsets. Special conguration required; refer to the table in DEC 21040, 21041, 21140, 21142, 21143 Ethernet in the Solaris 7 (Intel Platform Edition) Device Conguration Guide for additional information.
Network AdaptersToken Ring
Name/Model TokenLink III (3C619, 3C679) Auto 16/4 Token Ring (ISA)# Token Ring 16/4 Adapter/A# Turbo 16/4 Token Ring#
Vendor 3Com IBM
PCI Presto# Smart 16/4 AT Plus# Smart 16/4 AT PnP# Smart 16/4 EISA# Smart 16/4 ISA Client Plus# Smart 16/4 ISA Client PnP# Smart 16/4 PCI BM Mk1# Smart 16/4 PCI Mk2#
Name/Model NetcomHighway/572 (PCI)1
Vendor TSG (The Software Group)
Driver software and support for this device are available directly from the vendor.
Name/Model Digi Datare-U1 Digi Datare S/T1
Vendor Digi International
Driver software and support for these devices are available directly from the vendor.
Name/Model APC-EIX T-1 Network Interface Board (EISA)1
PC Card (PCMCIA)Add-On Boards
Name/Model 14400 ETC-EXPRESS AX/Data Modem HCD 22 Flash PC Card# SwapBox Classic SwapBox Premium
Vendor ATI Technologies Hytec SanDisk SCM Microsystems
PC Card (PCMCIA)GPS and Navigation Devices
Name/Model SatNav GPS CardNMEA1 SatNav GPS CardBinary1
Vendor Centennial Technologies
Tested only at the device level. Application software is available from various third-party vendors.
PC Card (PCMCIA)Modems
Name/Model MD28801 (V.34 Fax/Modem) PCA-1414 (Data/Fax) 371-B1-001 (14.4 Data/Fax) m144pa (14.4bps V32bis Data/Fax) PM50003 (CT 14.4 Fax/Modem) SpeedPaq 192 RediCard Version 1 (V.32bis/V.42/V.42bis Fax/Data) RediCard Version 2 (V.32bis/V.42/V.42bis Fax/Data)
Vendor ActionTec APEXData AT&T Paradyne Boca-Modem Centennial Tech. Compaq DataRace
5361US (Accura 336 T2 + Fax) (33.6Kbps V.34) Optima 144
24TTMOD-W14 (14.4 Data/Fax) 87G9800 (V.32bis/V.42/V.42bis Fax/Data)
Intel Kingston Megahertz
110-US (2400 Data) DataRex 87G9851 (V.32bis/V.42/V.42bis Fax/Data) CC3144 (V.32bis/V.42/V.42bis Fax/Data) XJ114 (V.32bis/V.42/V.42bis Fax/Data) XJ124FM (V.32bis/V.42/V.42bis Fax/Data) XJ214 (V.32bis/V.42/V.42bis Fax/Data) XJ2288 (V.32bis/V.42/V.42bis Fax/Data)
Motorola SMART Modular Tech. Supra US Robotics
Montana 33.6 (V.34 Fax/Modem) SmartExchange 9624 Fax/Modem COMcard 144 (V.32bis/V.42/V.42bis Fax/Data) Sun/USR WorldPort (V.32bis/V.42/V.42bis Fax/Data/Voice)
PC Card (PCMCIA)Serial Cards
Name/Model IBM RS-332 Serial Card SL0700 (RS-332)
Vendor IBM Socket Communication
PC Card (PCMCIA)SRAM Memory Cards
Name/Model SRAM Card (256 KB) SRAM Card (512 KB) SRAM Card (1 MB) SRAM Card (2 MB) SR04M-15-11192-(4 MB Recharge)
NB70-004268 NB70-004269 NB70-004270
0.5 MB SRAM Card 1 MB SRAM Card 0933155 (2 MB SRAM)
Name/Model MF3513-LCDAT MF31M1-LCDAT MF32M1-LCDAT
SMART Modular Technologies
SM9SRD512KP3 SM9SRD1MP3 SM9SRD2MP3 SM9SRDA1MP3 SM9SRDA2MP3
Model Thumbelina1 MousePen Pro1
CH Products Dyna Point IBM
RollerMouse DynaTrak1 PS/2 2-button Easy Options Mouse1
Interlink Kraft Systems
Model C7 serial and bus mouse devices C9 serial and bus mouse devices 2-Button1 MouseMan serial and bus mouse devices MouseMan cordless TrackMan serial and bus mouse devices
Microsoft MicroSpeed Mouse Systems
Serial, bus, and PS/2 mouse devices MicroTRAC trackball Mouse! New Mouse PC Mouse II
Select Microsoft 2-button mouse during installation of Solaris software.
Note - The tape drives in the following table have been tested with the st tape driver
software. The tape drives were tested using the Legato Tape Exerciser program to verify basic functionality and general compatibility with Solaris Intel Platform Edition.
Requires third-party software. Testing has shown that these switch settings are best: Switches 1 through 8; set to 11001100.
SCSI RAID Tape
Model Rapid Tape Array
Uninterruptable Power Supplies (UPS)
The following UPS products have been tested in the vendors labs. Sun has tested the software on selected models to ensure basic operation with Solaris Intel Platform Edition. APC Back-UPS 200 APC Back-UPS 280 APC Back-UPS 400 APC Back-UPS 450 APC Back-UPS 600 APC Back-UPS 900 APC Back-UPS 1250 APC Back-UPS Pro 280 APC Back-UPS Pro 420 APC Back-UPS Pro 650 APC Back-UPS Pro 1000 APC Back-UPS Pro 1400 APC Matrix-UPS 3000 APC Matrix-UPS 3000XR APC Matrix-UPS 5000* APC Matrix-UPS 5000XR
APC Smart-UPS 250 APC Smart-UPS 400 APC Smart-UPS 450 APC Smart-UPS 600 APC Smart-UPS 700 APC Smart-UPS 700PM APC Smart-UPS 700RM APC Smart-UPS 700XL APC Smart-UPS 750 APC Smart-UPS 900 APC Smart-UPS 1000 APC Smart-UPS 1000RM APC Smart-UPS 1000XL APC Smart-UPS 1250 APC Smart-UPS 1400 APC Smart-UPS 1400RM APC Smart-UPS 1400RMXL APC Smart-UPS 1400XLT APC Smart-UPS 2000 APC Smart-UPS 2200 APC Smart-UPS 2200RM APC Smart-UPS 2200RMXL APC Smart-UPS 2200XL APC Smart-UPS 2200XLT APC Smart-UPS 3000 APC Smart-UPS 3000RM MGE Pulsar ESV-8+
These are individual motherboards that have been tested as components; see System Platforms on page 7 for a list of tested systems. Acer M9N MP (2 CPUs, PII-300) Acer M9N MP (2 CPUs, PII-300+RAID) Acer M9N SP (1 CPU, PII-300) Acer M9N SP (1 CPU, PII-300+RAID) Acer V65X (PII-266) ASUS MEB-VM (Celeron-400) ASUS MEL-B (Celeron-433) ASUS MES (1 CPU, Celeron-466) ASUS MES-B (1 CPU, Celeron-466) ASUS MES-VM (Celeron-400) ASUS MEV (1 CPU, Celeron-466) ASUS MEW (1 CPU, Celeron-466) ASUS P2B (PII-350) ASUS P2B98-XV (PII-400) ASUS P2B-N (1 CPU, PII-400) ASUS P2E (PII-333) ASUS P2E-N (Celeron-266) ASUS P2L97-B (PII-300) ASUS P2V-B (PIII-450) ASUS P3B-F (PIII-550) ASUS P5S-B (1 CPU, K6-2-450) ASUS P/I XPKNP (PII-233) ASUS SP98AGP-X (P-233 MMX) ASUS TX97-L (P-233 MMX) ASUS TX97-LE (P-233 MMX)
EPoX EP-MVP3G (1 CPU, K6-2, 400) Intel FJ440ZX (Celeron-366) Intel KU440EX (Celeron-266) Intel LT430TX (P-200 MMX) Intel MP440BX (PII-400) Intel MS440GX (2 CPUs, PII-Xeon-400) Intel NX440LX (PII-266) Intel SE440BX (PII-350) Intel SE440BX (PII-400) Intel WS440BX (PII-400)
Note - Video support is limited to support for computer monitors. Other features,
such as TV output, that come with some video devices are not supported.
Note - in the Bus column indicates a video device that is used on video cards
Note - The information in the Video Chip column does not guarantee that video
cards made by another manufacturer using the same video device will work. Only the specic models listed by Vendor, Model, Bus, and Video Chip have been tested.
Video Display Devices
Resolution and Color Depth 800x 600 1024x 24 1152x 24 1280x 24 1600x 24
Model Permedia 2 ET4000/W321
Bus PCI/ AGP ISA
Video Chip 3Dlabs Permedia 2 Tseng ET4000/ W32
Resolution and Color Depth 800x 600 Vendor ALR AST Model Flyer Manhattan 5090P2 Bus VL Video Chip WD90C33 Cirrus Logic GD5424 ATI 3D RAGE II+ ATI 3D RAGE ATI 3D RAGE II ATI 3D RAGE II+ ATI 3D RAGE ATI 3D RAGE II ATI Mach8 ATI 3D RAGE II+ ATI Mach64 ATI Mach64 ATI Mach24 1024x 24 1152x 24 1280x 24 1600x 24
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3D Pro Turbo PC2TV 3D RAGE3 3D RAGE II3 3D RAGE II+3
3D Xpression 3D Xpression+ PC2TV 8514 Ultra All-in-Wonder Graphics Pro Turbo4 Graphics Pro Turbo4 Graphics Pro Turbo 1600 Graphics Ultra Graphics Ultra+ Graphics Ultra Pro
PCI VLB PCI
ISA ISA ISA
ATI Mach8 ATI Mach32 ATI Mach32
Resolution and Color Depth 800x 600 Vendor Model Graphics Ultra Pro Graphics Ultra Pro Graphics Xpression4 Graphics Xpression4 Mach643 Mach64CT3 Mach64CT Rev. Mach64VT3 RAGE IIC3 RAGE PRO TURBO3 Bus PCI VLB PCI VLB PCI PCI/ AGP Video Chip ATI Mach32 ATI Mach32 ATI Mach64 ATI Mach64 ATI Mach64 ATI Mach64CT ATI Mach64CT ATI Mach64VT ATI RAGE IIC 1024x 24 1152x 24 1280x 24 1600x 24
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