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rob@gvo 7:03pm on Tuesday, July 6th, 2010 
Second Asus motherboard to have issues. One lasted three months and had to send back Twice! (1 Month Down time). One DOA and Newegg was out of stock.
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Works well with the INTEL D930 dual core CPU I bought this motherboard for the AGP slot, LGA775 socket and its microATX design.

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P5-99VM
Super7 microATX Motherboard

USERS MANUAL

USER'S NOTICE
No part of this manual, including the products and software described in it, may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form or by any means, except documentation kept by the purchaser for backup purposes, without the express written permission of ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. (ASUS). ASUS PROVIDES THIS MANUAL AS IS WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT SHALL ASUS, ITS DIRECTORS, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES OR AGENTS BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF PROFITS, LOSS OF BUSINESS, LOSS OF USE OR DATA, INTERRUPTION OF BUSINESS AND THE LIKE), EVEN IF ASUS HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES ARISING FROM ANY DEFECT OR ERROR IN THIS MANUAL OR PRODUCT. Product warranty or service will not be extended if: (1) the product is repaired, modified or altered, unless such repair, modification of alteration is authorized in writing by ASUS; or (2) the serial number of the product is defaced or missing. Products and corporate names appearing in this manual may or may not be registered trademarks or copyrights of their respective companies, and are used only for identification or explanation and to the owners benefit, without intent to infringe.
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ASUS P5-99VM 1.04 E405 June 1999
ASUS P5-99VM Users Manual

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CONTENTS

I. INTRODUCTION... 7 How this Manual is Organized... 7 Item Checklist.... 7 II. FEATURES... 8 ASUS P5-99VM Motherboard... 8 Parts of the ASUS P5-99VM Motherboard.. 11 III. HARDWARE SETUP.. ASUS P5-99VM Motherboard Layout.. Hardware Setup Steps... 1. Motherboard Settings.. Jumpers... Compatible Cyrix CPU Identification.. 2. System Memory (DIMM).. DIMM Memory Installation Procedures:.. 3. Central Processing Unit (CPU)... 4. Expansion Cards... Expansion Card Installation Procedure:. Assigning IRQs for Expansion Cards.. Assigning DMA Channels for ISA Cards.. ISA Cards and Hardware Monitor.. 5. External Connectors... Power Connection Procedures... IV. BIOS SETUP.... Flash Memory Writer Utility... Main Menu... Managing and Updating Your Motherboards BIOS. 6. BIOS Setup... Load Defaults... Standard CMOS Setup... Details of Standard CMOS Setup... BIOS Features Setup... Details of BIOS Features Setup.. Chipset Features Setup... Details of Chipset Features Setup... Power Management Setup... Details of Power Management Setup.. PNP and PCI Setup... Details of PNP and PCI Setup... 52 52

Load BIOS Defaults.. Load Setup Defaults.. Supervisor Password and User Password.. IDE HDD Auto Detection... Save & Exit Setup... Exit Without Saving.. V. SOFTWARE SETUP... Operating Systems... Windows 98 First Time Installation.. P5-99VM Support CD... Installation Menu... Install ASUS PC Probe Vx.xx.. Install VGA Driver... Install Audio Driver... Install PC-Cillin 98 Vx.xx... Install ADOBE AcroBat Reader Vx.x.. Install IDE Bus Master Driver.. Uninstalling Programs... VI. SOFTWARE REFERENCE.. ASUS PC Probe... SiS 530 Display Properties.. Creative Multimedia Decks... Creative CD Player... Creative MIDI Player... Creative Remote... Creative Wave Player... SB AudioPCI 64V Mixer... Creative WaveStudio... Creative SoundoLE.. Desktop Management Interface (DMI).. VII. APPENDIX... ASUS PCI-L101 Fast Ethernet Card.. Features... Software Driver Support.. Question and Answer... Glossary... 92 93

FCC & DOC COMPLIANCE

Federal Communications Commission Statement
This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: This device may not cause harmful interference, and This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with manufacturers instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Re-orient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

DIMM Location DIMM1 (Rows 0&1) DIMM2 (Rows 2&3) DIMM3 (Rows 4&5) 168-pin DIMM SDRAM 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256MB SDRAM 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256MB SDRAM 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256MB Total System Memory (Max 768MB) x1 x1 x1 = Total Memory
III. H/W SETUP System Memory 20
VGA Shared Memory with One DIMM: When using only one DIMM as shared memory for the onboard VGA, it must be inserted into DIMM1 (leaving DIMM2 empty). NOTES
At the time this Users Manual was written, 256MB DIMMs are available either as registered memory or 128Mbit DIMMs. DIMMs that have more than 18 chips are not supported on this motherboard. For the system CPU bus to operate 95MHz, use only PC100-compliant DIMMs. When this motherboard operates at 95MHz, most system will not even boot if noncompliant modules are used because of the strict timing issues involved under these speeds. If your DIMMs are not PC100-compliant, set the CPU bus frequency to 66MHz for system stability. ASUS motherboards support SPD (Serial Presence Detect) DIMMs. This is the memory of choice for best performance vs. stability. SDRAM chips are generally thinner with higher pin density than EDO (Extended Data Output) chips. BIOS shows SDRAM memory on bootup screen. Single-sided DIMMs come in 16, 32, 64,128MB; double-sided come in 32, 64, 128, 256MB.
DIMM Memory Installation Procedures:
Insert the module(s) as shown. Because the number of pins are different on either side of the breaks, the module will only fit in the orientation as shown. DRAM SIMM modules have the same pin contacts on both sides. SDRAM DIMMs have different pin contacts on each side and therefore have a higher pin density.

20 Pins 60 Pins

88 Pins
P5-99VM 168-Pin DIMM Sockets
The DIMMs must be 3.3Volt unbuffered SDRAMs. To determine the DIMM type, check the notches on the DIMMs (see figure below).
168-Pin DIMM Notch Key Definitions (3.3V)
DRAM Key Position Unbuffered RFU Buffered
Voltage Key Position 5.0V 3.3V Reserved
The notches on the DIMM will shift between left, center, or right to identify the type and also to prevent the wrong type from being inserted into the DIMM slot on the motherboard. You must tell your retailer the correct DIMM type before purchasing. This motherboard supports four clock signals.
III. H/W SETUP System Memory
3. Central Processing Unit (CPU)
The motherboard provides a 321-pin ZIF Socket 7 that is backwards compatible with ZIF Socket 5 processors. The CPU that came with the motherboard should have a fan attached to it to prevent overheating. If this is not the case then purchase a fan before you turn on your system. WARNING! Without a fan circulating air on the CPU, the CPU can overheat and cause damage to both the CPU and the motherboard. To install a CPU, first turn off your system and remove its cover. Locate the ZIF socket and open it by first pulling the lever sideways away from the socket then upwards to a 90-degree right angle. Insert the CPU with the correct orientation as shown. Use the notched corner of the CPU with the white dot as your guide. The white dot should point toward the end of the lever. Notice that there is a blank area where one hole is missing from that corner of the square array of pin holes and a 1 printed on the motherboard next to that corner. Because the CPU has a corner pin for three of the four corners, the CPU will only fit in the one orientation as shown. The picture is for reference only; you should have a CPU fan that will cover the face of the CPU. With the added weight of the CPU fan, no force is required to insert the CPU. Once completely inserted, hold down on the fan and close the sockets lever. IMPORTANT: You must set jumpers for CPU to BUS Frequency Ratio and jumpers for BUS Frequency Selection depending on the CPU that you install. CAUTION! Be careful not to scrape the motherboard when mounting a clampstyle processor fan or else damage may occur to the motherboard.

III. H/W SETUP Expansion Cards
To simplify this process, this motherboard complies 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. H/W SETUP 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).
ISA Cards and Hardware Monitor
The onboard hardware monitor uses the address 290H-297H, so legacy ISA cards must not use this address or else conflicts will occur.

5. External Connectors

WARNING! Some pins are used for connectors or power sources. These are clearly separated from jumpers in the Motherboard Layout. Placing jumper caps over these will cause damage to your motherboard. IMPORTANT: Ribbon cables should always be connected with the red stripe to Pin 1 on the connectors. Pin 1 is usually on the side closest to the power connector on hard drives and CD-ROM drives, but may be on the opposite side on floppy disk drives. Check the connectors before installation because there may be exceptions. IDE ribbon cables must be less than 46 cm (18 in.), with the second drive connector no more than 15 cm (6 in.) 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.

*Requires an ATX power supply, optional ATX to AT power connector adapter, and a momentary switch button
Keyboard Lock Message LED SMI Lead Speaker Connector

PWRSWT GND +5V IDELED

PLED RESET GND
+5V GND KEYLOCK GND SMI GND +5V GND GND SPEAKER

Reset SW

P5-99VM System Panel Connectors

ATX Power Switch*

Power LED IDE LED
21. Wake-on-LAN Activity Connector (3-pin WOLCON) The WOLCON connector allows the system to power up when there is a wakeup packet or signal is received from the network through the ASUS PCI-L101 LAN card (see ASUS LAN CARD). IMPORTANT: This feature requires that the WAKE On LAN Power Up Control is set to Enabled (see Power Management Setup under BIOS SOFTWARE) and that your system has an ATX power supply with at least 720mA +5V standby power.
IMPORTANT: Requires an ATX power supply with at least 720mA +5-volt standby power

Ground

III. H/W SETUP Connectors 32

PME +5 Volt Standby

P5-99VM Wake-On-LAN Connector
22. Stereo Audio In Connector (4-pin CD_IN) / 23. MODEM Card Voice In Connector (4-pin MODEM) (with optional onboard audio) CD_IN allows you to receive stereo audio input from an internal CD-ROM drive or other sound sources, such as a TV tuner or MPEG card. MODEM allows mono inoput and output for a compatible voice modem microphone and speaker interface.
Right Audio Channel Ground Ground Left Audio Channel
P5-99VM Stereo Audio In / Modem Card Voice In Connectors
Modem-In Ground Ground Modem-Out
24. CPU/Chassis Cooling Fan Connectors (FAN, 3 pins) These connectors support 3-pin cooling fans of 500mA (6W) or less with a minimum of 3,500RPM. Orientate the fans so that the heatsink fins allow airflow to go across the onboard heatsink(s) instead of the expansion slots. Depending on the fan manufacturer, the wiring and plug may be different. The red wire should be positive, while the black should be ground. Connect the fans plug to the board taking into consideration the polarity of the connector. NOTE: The Rotation signal is to be used only by a specially designed fan with rotation signal. The Rotations per Minute (RPM) can be monitored using ASUS PC Probe Utility. WARNING! The CPU and/or motherboard will overheat if there is no airflow across the CPU. Damage may occur to the motherboard and/or the CPU fan if these pins are incorrectly used. These are not jumpers, thus, do not place jumper caps over these pins.

Graphics Aperture Size (64MB) Memory-mapped, graphics data structures can reside in a Graphics Aperture. Leave on default setting. Memory Hole At Address (None) This allows you to specify the memory address space to be reserved for ISA expansion cards that specifically require this setting. Setting the address space to a particular setting (available settings: 15M-16M, 14M-16M, 12M-16M) will make that memory space unavailable to the system. Expansion cards can only access memory up to 16M. The default is None. Delayed Transaction (Disabled) If Enabled, this frees the PCI Bus during CPU accessing of 8-bit ISA cards that normally consume about 50-60 PCI Clocks without PCI delayed transaction. If PCI Bus Masters cannot use the PCI Bus, leave this on the default setting of Disabled for some ISA cards that are not PCI 2.1 compliant. VGA Shared Memory Size (4MB) This allows you to specify the memory size (available settings: 2MB, 4MB, 8MB) to be shared with the onboard VGA controller. Default setting is 4MB.... Onboard FDC Controller (Enabled) When enabled, this field allows you to connect your floppy disk drives to the onboard floppy 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: Swap AB and No Swap (default). If you want to switch drive letter assignments, set this field to Swap AB, and the swap will be controlled by the onboard chipset. 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, or 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.
IV. BIOS SETUP Chipset Features
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 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 Disabled. 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/Fast IR-Compliant Infrared Mdule 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 sets the IDE UltraDMA to be active when using UltraDMA-capable IDE devices. The BIOS will automatically adjust or disable this setting for slower IDE devices so that Auto or high settings will not cause problems for older IDE devices. Choose Disable if you do not want this feature for all devices. 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. PIO and DMA timings can be independently set. The default setting of Auto will allow autodetection to ensure optimal performance.

IV. BIOS SETUP Chipset Features IV. BIOS SETUP Chipset Features 48

Power Management Setup

Power Management Setup allows you to reduce power consumption. This feature turns off the video display and shuts down the hard disk after a period of inactivity.
Details of Power Management Setup
Power Management (User Define) This field acts as the master control for the power management modes. User Define allows you to set power saving options according to your preference; Disable disables the power saving features; Min Saving puts the system into power saving mode after 40 min of system inactivity; Max Saving puts the system into power saving mode after 30 sec of system inactivity. IMPORTANT: Advanced Power Management (APM) should be installed to keep the system time updated when the computer enters suspend mode activated by the BIOS Power Management. For DOS environments, you need to add DEVICE=C:\DOS\POWER.EXE in you CONFIG.SYS. For Windows 3.x and Windows 95, you need to install Windows with the APM feature. A battery and power cord icon labeled Power will appear in the Control Panel. Choose Advanced in the Power Management Field. Video Off Option (Susp,Stby -> Off ) This field determines when to activate the video off feature for monitor power management. The settings are All Modes -> Off; Always On; Suspend -> Off; and Susp,Stby -> Off.
IV. BIOS SETUP Power Management
Video Off Method (DPMS OFF) This field defines the video off features. These options are available: DPMS OFF, DPMS Reduce ON, Blank Screen, V/H SYNC+Blank, DPMS Standby, and DPMS Suspend. The DPMS (Display Power Management System) features allow the BIOS to control the video display card if it supports the DPMS feature. Blank Screen only blanks the screen (for monitors without power management or green features). If set up in your system, your screen saver will not display with Blank Screen selected). V/H SYNC+Blank blanks the screen and turns off vertical and horizontal scanning.... PM Timers This section controls the time-out settings for the Power Management scheme. The fields included in this section are HDD Power Down, which places the hard disk into its lowest power consumption mode, and the Doze, Standby and Suspend system inactivation modes. The system automatically wakes up from any power saving mode when there is system activity, such as when a key is pressed from the keyboard, or when there is activity detected from the enabled IRQ channels. HDD Power Down (Disable) This shuts down any IDE hard disk drives in the system after a period of inactivity. This time period is user-configurable from 1 Min to 15 Min or Disable. This feature does not affect SCSI hard disks. Doze Mode, Standby Mode, Suspend Mode (Disable) These fields set the period of time after which each of these modes activate: 1 Min, 2 Min, 3 Min, 4 Min, 8 Min, 20 Min, 30 Min, 40 Min, or 1 Hour. The default setting is Disable..... Power Up Control This section determines the ways the system can be controlled when it is started or restarted, when modem activity is detected, or when power to the computer is interrupted and reapplied. AC PWR Loss Restart (Disabled) This allows you to set how you want your system to boot up after the power has been interrupted. Disabled leaves your system off after reapplying power and Enabled boots up your system after reapplying power. Ring Power Up (Enable) This allows either settings of Enable or Disable for powering up the computer (turns the ATX power supply on) when the modem receives a call while the computer is off. NOTE: The computer cannot receive or transmit data until the computer and applications are fully running, thus connection cannot be made on the first try. Turning an external modem off and then back on while the computer is off causes an initialization string that will also cause the system to power on.

IV. BIOS SETUP Plug & Play/PCI 52
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, 32K, 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) Auto allows the motherboards BIOS to detect whether you have a Symbios SCSI card. If a Symbios SCSI card is detected, the motherboards Symbios BIOS will be enabled; if no Symbios SCSI card is detected, the onboard Symbios SCSI BIOS will be disabled. Disabled will disable the motherboards Symbios SCSI BIOS so that the BIOS on an external Symbios SCSI card can be used. (If your Symbios SCSI card does not have a BIOS, the Symbios SCSI card will not function.) USB Function (Disabled) This motherboard supports Universal Serial Bus (USB) devices. Set to Enabled if you want to use USB devices. Your system must support USB function. The default setting is Disabled. USB IRQ (Auto) This field allows you to reserve an IRQ# (5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, or 15) for the USB to work. Auto assigns an IRQ# automatically to your USB device. If you are not using a USB device, you may disable this feature by setting it to NA to save an extra IRQ# for other devices or expansion cards. ONB VGA BIOS First (No) This field, when set to Yes, gives priority to the onboard VGA BIOS over other VGA controllers. The default setting is No.

IV. BIOS SETUP Passwords

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.

IDE HDD Auto Detection

This 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.
IV. BIOS SETUP Hard Disk Detect 56
IMPORTANT: If your hard disk was already formatted on an older previous system, incorrect parameters may be detected. You will need to enter the correct parameters manually or use low-level format if you do not need the data stored on the hard disk. If the parameters listed differ from the ones used when the disk was formatted, the disk will not be readable. If the auto-detected parameters do not match the ones that should be used for your disk, do not accept them. Press <N> to reject the presented settings and enter the correct ones manually from the Standard CMOS Setup screen.

V. S/W SETUP Windows 98 68

Uninstalling Programs

Add/Remove Programs is a basic component within Windows. You may use this function if a program does not provide its own uninstallayyytion program.
1. Double-click here to open the Add/Remove Programs Properties dialog box.
2. Select the program you wish to remove and click here.

VI. SOFTWARE REFERENCE

ASUS PC Probe is a convenient utility to continuously monitor your computer systems vital components, such as fan rotations, voltages, and temperatures. It also has a utility that lets you review useful information about your computer, such as hard disk space, memory usage, and CPU type, CPU speed, and internal/external frequencies through the DMI Explorer. VI. S/W REFERENCE ASUS PC Probe 71

ASUS PC Probe

Starting ASUS PC Probe
When ASUS PC Probe starts, a splash screen appears allowing you to select whether to show the screen again when you open PC Probe or not. To bypass this startup screen, clear the Show up in next execution check box.
To open ASUS PC Probe, click the Windows Start button, point to Programs, and then ASUS Utility, and then click Probe Vx.xx.
The PC Probe icon will appear on the taskbars system tray indicating that ASUS PC Probe is running. Clicking the icon will allow you to see the status of your PC.

Using ASUS PC Probe

Monitoring
Monitor Summary Shows a summary of the items being monitored. VI. S/W REFERENCE ASUS PC Probe 72
Temperature Monitor Shows the PCs temperature.
Temperature Warning threshold adjustment (Move the slider up to increase the threshold level or down to decrease the threshold level)
Fan Monitor Shows the PCs fan rotation.
Fan Warning threshold adjustment (Move the slider up to increase the threshold level or down to decrease the threshold level)
Voltage Monitor Shows the PCs voltages.
VI. S/W REFERENCE ASUS PC Probe 73 Settings Lets you set threshold levels and polling intervals or refresh times of the PCs temperature, fan rotation, and voltages.
History Lets you record the monitoring activity of a certain component of your PC by date, time, and target history.

Information

Hard Drives Shows the used and free space of the PCs hard disk drives and the file allocation table or file system used.
Memory Shows the PCs memory load, memory usage, and paging file usage.
Device Summary Shows a summary of devices in your PC. VI. S/W REFERENCE ASUS PC Probe 74
DMI Explorer Shows information pertinent to the PC, such as CPU type, CPU speed, and internal/external frequencies, and memory size.

Utility

Lets you run programs outside of the ASUS Probe modules. To run a program, click Execute Program.
VI. S/W REFERENCE ASUS PC Probe 75
ASUS PC Probe Task Bar Icon

Color Management

Lists all the color profile currently associated with your monitor. Click a profile to make it the active profile. Otherwise, the default profile is the active profile.
VI. S/W REFERENCE SiS 530 Propertixes 78

Gamma Correction

Allows you to adjust the quality of your display according to your preference. Gamma correction is available only in 16-bit color and 24-bit color (true color, 16.7M-color) modes. In 16-bit color and 8-bit color (standard color, 256-color) modes, gamma correction function is not supported.
Sets the preferred tint of your display
Sets your monitors color mapping
Restores settings to Allows adjustment the original program of individual default channel
Creative Multimedia Decks is a collection of players that allows you to independently or concurrently control multimedia devices such as your CD-ROM drive and MIDI device. It consists of Creative Remote and other players such as Creative CD, Creative Wave, and Creative MIDI. VI. S/W REFERENCE Creative Multimedia Decks
Skip Backward Rewind Fast Forward Skip Forward
Creative Multimedia Decks

Common operations

Touch Sensitive Display Repeat Mode Intro Mode Power Off Menu Minimize Tracks Volume Playlist
NOTE: The terms "track" and "file" are used interchangeably throughout this section.

Creative CD Player

Creative CD operates like a home CD player, letting you play audio CDs from CDROM drives on your PC. In addition, it has some advanced features which include: Ability to be controlled by the Creative Remote OLE Automation support Plug and Play support Power management support "Touch-sensitive" display Multiple display forms Fine control of track's playing position Introduction Mode, Repeat Playlist Mode, Repeat Track Mode and Shuffle Mode for playback Playlist compilation of CD tracks into a collection Fast track selection Direct volume control for multiple sound cards
CD Title Stop Play Pause Eject
VI. S/W REFERENCE Creative CD Player 80

CD Selectors

Track Name

Using the CD Playlist

To access the Playlist dialog box, click
Enter CD Title Displays sequence of tracks to be played Displays all the tracks on the CD

on the CD player.

Enter track name Enter artist name Enter track notes
Creative MIDI is the player in the Multimedia Decks suite of players that lets you play MIDI files. It also has some advanced features which include: Ability to be controlled by the Creative Remote OLE Automation support Plug and Play support Power management support "Touch-sensitive" display Multiple display forms Fine control of a track's playing position Introduction Mode, Repeat Playlist Mode, Repeat Track Mode and Shuffle Mode for playback Playlist compilation of different MIDI files Fast track selection Direct volume control for multiple sound cards

Desktop Management Interface (DMI)
Starting the ASUS DMI Configuration Utility
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 <Shift>+<F5> during bootup to bypass your AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS files. 1. In Windows, copy DMICFG2.EXE to your hard disk drive. 2. Restart your computer and press <Shift>+<F5> during bootup to enter safe mode command prompt. 3. Go to the directory containing DMICFG2.EXE. 4. Type DMICFG2 and press <Enter> to run.
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) VI. S/W REFERENCE DMI Utility 88
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.
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.
VI. S/W REFERENCE DIM Utility ASUS P5-99VM Users Manual 89 Save MIFD
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.

VII. APPENDIX

ASUS PCI-L101 Fast Ethernet Card
LAN Activity Output Signal

Intel Chipset

Wake on LAN Output Signal

Motherboard type

If you are using the ASUS PCI-L101 on an ASUS motherboard, leave the jumper on its defaut setting of ASUS. If you are using another brand of motherboard, set the jumper to Other. Connect the Wake on LAN (WOL) output signal to the motherboards WOL_CON in order to utilize the wake on LAN feature of the motherboard. Connect the LAN activity output signal (LAN_LED) to the system cabinets front panel LAN_LED in order to display the LAN data activity.
VII. APPENDIX ASUS LAN Card

Features

Intel 82558 Ethernet LAN Controller (Fully integrated 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) Wake-On-LAN Remote Control Function Supported PCI Bus Master Complies to PCI Local Bus Rev. 2.1 specifications Consists of MAC & PHY (10/100Mbps) interfaces Complies to IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T and IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX interfaces Fully supports 10BASE-T & 100BASE-TX operations through a single RJ45 port Supports 32-bit Bus Master Technology / PCI Rev. 2.1 Enhancements on ACPI & APM Adheres to PCI Bus Power Management Interface Rev. 1.0, ACPI Rev. 1.0, and Device Class Power Management Rev. 1.0 IEEE 802.3u auto-negotiation for 10Mbps/100Mbps Network Data Transfer Rates. Provides LED indicators for monitoring network conditions Plug and Play
VII. APPENDIX ASUS LAN Card 92

Software Driver Support

NetWare ODI Drivers - Novell Netware 3.x, 4.x, DOS, OS/2 Client NDIS 2.01 Drivers - Microsoft LAN Manager, Microsoft Windows 3.11, IBM LAN Server NDIS 3.0 Drivers - Microsoft Windows NT, Microsoft Windows 95, Microsoft Windows 3.11

Question and Answer

Q: What is Wake-On-LAN ? A: The Wake-On-LAN feature provides the capability to remotely power on systems supporting Wake-On-LAN by simply sending a wake-up frame. With this feature, remotely uploading/downloading data to/from systems during off-peak hours will be feasible. Q: What can Wake-On-LAN do for you ? A: Wake-On-LAN is a remote management tool with advantages that can reduce system management workload, provide flexibility to the system administrators job, and then of course save you time-consuming efforts and costs. Q: What components does Wake-On-LAN require to be enable? A: To enable Wake-On-LAN function, your system requires Ethernet LAN adapter card that can activate Wake-On-LAN function, a client with Wake-On-LAN capability, and software such as LDCM Rev. 3.10 or up that can trigger wake-up frame.

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Super7 Baby AT Motherboard

USERS MANUAL

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II. FEA TURES Features 8

Special Features Enhanced ACPI and Anti-Boot Virus BIOS: Features a programmable BIOS, offering enhanced ACPI for Windows 98 compatibility, built-in firmware-based virus protection through Trend ChipAway Virus codes, and autodetection of most devices for virtually automatic setup. 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.) (See SOFTWARE REFERENCE.) Easy Installation: Incorporates BIOS that supports autodetection of hard disk drives, PS/2 mouse, and Plug and Play devices to make the setup of hard disk drives, expansion cards, and other devices virtually automatic. PC98 Compliant: Both the BIOS and hardware levels of this motherboard meet PC98 compliancy. The new PC98 requirements for systems and components are based on the following high-level goals: Support for Plug and Play compatibility and power management for configuring and managing all system components, and 32-bit device drivers and installation procedures for Windows 95/98/NT. Symbios SCSI BIOS: Supports optional ASUS SCSI controller cards or other Symbios SCSI cards through the onboard SYMBIOS firmware. Performance Features Concurrent PCI: Concurrent PCI allows multiple PCI transfers from PCI master busses to the memory and processor. High-Speed Data Transfer Interface: This motherboard with its chipset and support for UltraDMA/66 doubles the UltraDMA/33 burst transfer rate to 66.6MB/s. UltraDMA/66 is backward compatible with both DMA/33 and DMA and with existing DMA devices and systems so there is no need to upgrade current EIDE/ IDE drives and host systems. (UltraDMA/66 requires a 40-pin 80-conductor cable to be enabled and/or for UltraDMA Mode 4.) SDRAM Optimized Performance: Supports the new generation memory Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory (SDRAM) which increases the data transfer rate to 800MB/s max using PC100-compliant SDRAM. Intelligent Features Fan Status Monitoring and Alarm: To prevent system overheat and system damage, the CPU and chassis fans are monitored for RPM and failure. Each fan can be set for its normal RPM range and alarm thresholds. Temperature Monitoring and Alert: To avoid any failures triggered by extremely high temperature, there is a heat sensor under the CPU to make sure your system is operating at a safe heat level. ASUS P5-99B Users Manual 9

II. FEA TURES Smart Series
Auto Fan Off: The system fans will power off automatically even in sleep mode. This function reduces both energy consumption and system noise, and is an important feature in implementing silent PC systems. Dual Function Power Button (requires ATX power supply): Pushing the power button for less than 4 seconds when the system is in the working state places the system into one of two states: sleep mode or soft-off mode, depending on the BIOS setting (see Power Management Setup under BIOS SETUP). When the power button is pressed for more than 4 seconds, the system enters the soft-off mode regardless of the BIOS setting. Keyboard Power Up: Keyboard Power Up can be enabled or disabled to allow the computer to be powered on by pressing the keyboards spacebar. Voltage Monitoring and Alert: System voltage levels are monitored to ensure stable current to critical motherboard components. Voltage specifications are more critical for future processors, so monitoring is necessary to ensure proper system configuration and management. System Resources Alert: Todays operating systems, such as Windows 95/98/ NT and OS/2, require much more memory and hard drive space to present enormous user interfaces and run large applications. The system resource monitor will warn the user before the system resources are used up to prevent possible application crashes. Suggestions on managing the users limited resources more efficiently are provided. CPU Slow Down: When CPU fans or system fans malfunction, the system will deactivate the CPU Clock line to decrease CPU utilization to the speed upon detection of system overheat. This will prevent CPU damage from system overheat. The CPU utilization will restore normal operations when temperature falls below a safe level. Remote Ring On (requires external modem): This feature allows a computer to be turned on remotely through an external modem. With this benefit on hand, any user can access vital information from their computer from anywhere in the world! Message LED (requires ACPI-supported OS): Turbo LEDs now act as information providers. Through the way a particular LED illuminates, the user can determine the stage the computer is in. A simple glimpse provides useful information to the user.
II. FEA TURES Smart Series 10
Parts of the ASUS P5-99B Motherboard
II. FEA TURES Motherboard Parts
Parallel Port Connector AT Power Connector ATX Power Connector VGA Header 8MB VGA Memory (optional) SiS AGPset with Heatsink DIMM Sockets CPU ZIF Socket 7 Panel Connectors Audio Connector (with audio chip onboard) 11 PCI Audio (ESS Solo-1) (optional) 12 IDE Connectors

1. Keyboard Power (Wake) Up (KB_UP) This allows you to disable or enable the keyboard power or wake up function. Set to Enable if you want to use your keyboard (by pressing <Spacebar>) to power or wake up your computer. The default is set to Disable because not all computers have the appropriate ATX power supply.

3 Disable (Default)

3 Enable

P5-99B DIP Switches

<VGA Frame Buffer ON <Onboard VGA Setting <Onboard Audio Setting <VIO Setting <VIO Setting <VID Setting <VID Setting <VID Setting <VID Setting <VID Setting
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P5-99B Keyboard Power Up

Motherboard Feature Settings (DIP Switches DIP1 & DIP 2) Some of the motherboards onboard functions can be adjusted through the DIP switches. The white block represents the switchs position. The following illustration shows all the switches in the OFF position.

ON OFF

<(Reserved) <(Reserved) <Frequency Multiple <Frequency Multiple <Frequency Multiple <Memory Transfer Mode <Frequency Selection <Frequency Selection <Frequency Selection <Frequency Selection
2. VGA Frame Buffer Setting (DIP 1 Switch 1) This lets you select the display memory allocation mode. When Shared is selected, the integrated graphics accelerator uses up to 8MB of system memory as display memory. Local uses an optional dedicated onboard VGA memory (up to 8MB SDRAM).

Shared

ON ON 9 10
P5-99B VGA Frame Buffer Setting
3. Onboard VGA Setting (DIP 1 Switch 2) This lets you enable or disable the onboard AGP VGA. This may be disabled if you are using a VGA card on the expansion slot.

Enable (Default)

Disable
P5-99B Onboard VGA Setting
III. H/W SETUP Motherboard Settings
4. Onboard Audio Setting (DIP 1-Switch 3) This lets you enable or disable the optional onboard 32-bit PCI audio. This should be disabled if you are using an audio card on the expansion slot.

P5-99B Audio Setting

III. H/W SETUP Motherboard Settings 18
5. VIO Setting (DIP 1-Switches 4, 5) The onboard voltage regulator allows you to select the voltage supplied to the DRAM, chipset, AGP, and the CPUs I/O buffer. IMPORTANT! Setting this function switch to 3.6V or 3.8V may reduce system life. It is strongly recommended that you leave your switch on its default setting of 3.5V.

3.5Volt (Default)

ON 9 10

3.6Volt

3.8Volt
P5-99B Voltage I/O Setting
6. CPU BUS Frequency Setting (DIP 2 Switches 1, 2, 3, 4) This option tells the clock generator what frequency to send to the CPU, chipset, and AGPset. This allows the selection of the CPUs External frequency (or BUS Clock). The BUS Clock multiplied by the BUS Ratio equals the CPU's Internal frequency (the advertised CPU speed). NOTE: You may set the memory speed independently from the CPU Bus Frequency. Depending on your memory type, PC66 (66MHz) ot PC100 (100MHz), select the appropriate RAM speed along with the appropriate CPU speed. 7. Memory Transfer Mode Setting (DIP 2 Switch 5) The memory clock frequency can be set to be in asynchronous or synchronous mode with respect to the CPU bus frequency.

(SYNC) CPU SDRAM PCI

66MHz 66MHz 33MHz

75MHz 75MHz 37MHz

90MHz 90MHz 30MHz

95MHz 95MHz 32MHz

100MHz 100MHz 33MHz

105MHz 105MHz 35MHz

112MHz 112MHz 37MHz
P5-99B CPU Bus Frequency Setting

(ASYNC) CPU SDRAM PCI

66MHz 100MHz 33MHz

75MHz 100MHz 37MHz

90MHz 60MHz 30MHz

95MHz 63MHz 32MHz

100MHz 66MHz 33MHz

105MHz 70MHz 35MHz

112MHz 74MHz 37MHz
8. CPU Core:BUS Frequency Multiple Setting (DIP 2 Switches 6, 7, 8) This option sets the frequency multiple between the CPUs Internal frequency and External frequency. These must be set in conjunction with the CPU BUS Frequency Setting.
CPU A 3.5x(7/2) 2.0x(2/1) 2.5x(5/2) CPU B 1.5x(3/2) 2.0x(2/1) 2.5x(5/2) CPU C 3.5x(7/2) 2.0x(2/1) 2.5x(5/2) CPU D 3.0x(3/1) 2.0x(2/1) 1.0x(1/1) CPU E 3.5x(7/2) 3.33x(10/3) 2.5x(5/2) CPU F 4.0x(4/1) 2.0x(2/1) 2.0x(2/1)
3.0x(3/1) 3.0x(3/1) 3.0x(3/1) 3.0x(3/1) 3.0x(3/1)
P5-99B CPU BUS Frequency Multiple
CPU A: AMD-K6-2, AMD-K6 CPU B: Intel Pentium P54C, AMD-K5 CPU C: Intel Pentium P55C, IBM/Cyrix 6x86MX, IBM/Cyrix M II CPU D: IBM/Cyrix 6x86, IBM/Cyrix 6x86L CPU E: IDT WinChip 2 CPU F: IDT WinChip C6
CPU A 4.0x(4/1) 4.5x(9/2) 5.0x(5/1) 5.5x(11/2) CPU B CPU C CPU D CPU E 4.0x(4/1) 4.5x(9/2) 2.33x(7/3) 2.66x(8/3) CPU F 4.0x(4/1) 4.0x(4/1) 5.0x(5/1) 5.0x(5/1)
See next page for a table of the CPU BUS Frequency and CPU Core:BUS Frequency Multiple Settings of supported CPUs.
WARNING! Frequencies above 100MHz exceed the specifications for the onboard chipset and are not guaranteed to be stable. The table on the following page is for general reference purposes only. Always refer to the instructions included with your CPU when possible.
Set the DIP switches by the internal speed of your CPU as follows:

(BUS Freq.) DIP (Freq. Multiple) DIP 7 8
CPU Model AMD-K6-3/400 AMD-K6-2/450 AMD-K6-2/400 AMD-K6-2/380 AMD-K6-2/366 AMD-K6-2/350 AMD-K6-2/333 AMD-K6-2/300 AMD-K6-2/266 AMD-K6/300 AMD-K6/266 AMD-K6/233 AMD-K6/200 AMD-K6/166 AMD-K5/133 AMD-K5/100 Intel Pentium P54C Intel Pentium P54C Intel Pentium P54C Intel Pentium P55C Intel Pentium P55C Intel Pentium P55C IBM/Cyrix M II-PR333 IBM/Cyrix M II-PR300 IBM/Cyrix M II-PR300 IBM/Cyrix 6x86MX-PR233 IBM/Cyrix 6x86MX-PR200

BUS F.

400MHz A-4.0x 100MHz [ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] 450MHz 400MHz 380MHz 366MHz 350MHz 333MHz 300MHz 266MHz 300MHz 266MHz 233MHz 200MHz 166MHz A-4.5x A-4.0x A-4.0x A-5.5x A-3.5x A-3.5x A-3.0x A-4.0x A-4.5x A-4.0x A-3.5x A-3.0x A-2.5x 100MHz 100MHz 95MHz 66MHz 100MHz 95MHz 100MHz 66MHz 66MHz 66MHz 66MHz 66MHz 66MHz
[ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [OFF] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [OFF] [OFF] [OFF] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [OFF]
100MHz B-1.5x 66MHz 100MHz B-1.5x 66MHz 166MHz B-2.5x 66MHz 133MHz B-2.0x 66MHz 100MHz B-1.5x 66MHz 233MHz C-3.5x 66MHz 200MHz C-3.0x 66MHz 166MHz C-2.5x 66MHz
[ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF]
270MHz C-3.0x 90MHz [ON] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [OFF] 225MHz C-3.0x 75MHz [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [OFF] 233MHz C-3.5x 66MHz [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [OFF] 200MHz C-3.0x 66MHz 166MHz C-2.5x 66MHz
[ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF]
IBM/Cyrix 6x86-PR166+* 133MHz D-2.0x 66MHz IBM/Cyrix 6x86L-PR166+* 133MHz D-2.0x 66MHz
*The only IBM or Cyrix 6x86(L) (or M1) that is supported on this motherboard is revision 2.7 or later (see next page).
Compatible Cyrix CPU Identification
The only Cyrix 6x86-PR166+ CPU that is supported on this motherboard must be Revision 2.7 or later. Look on the underside of the CPU for the serial number. The number should read G8DC6620A or later.

9. Voltage Regulator Output Selection (DIP 1 Switches 6, 7, 8, 9, 10) These jumpers set the VCORE voltage supplied to the CPU. Switching regulators allow some settings to be the same for two voltages of different power planes. WARNING! Because CPU designs change rapidly, the table on the following page is only intended as a simple guideline and thus may not be true for your CPU. Always refer to the CPU documentation for your CPUs voltage and then set the appropriate VID jumpers according to the CPU Vcore Voltage Selection illustration.

Inhibit 2.1Volts

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2.2Volts

2.3Volts

2.4Volts

2.5Volts
P5-99B CPU Core Voltage (VCORE) Selection

2.6Volts

2.7Volts

2.8Volts

2.9Volts

3.0Volts

3.1Volts

3.2Volts

3.3Volts

3.4Volts

3.5Volts
DIP 1 Manufacturer AMD (.25micron) AMD (.25micron) CPU Type K6-3/400 K6-2/450 K6-2/266,300,333, 366,380,400 K6/233,266,300 K5 6x86 WinChip2 P54C/P54CS K5 P54C/P54CS K6-233 K6-166,200 6x86MX P55C-MMX Single Plane ------Dual Plane 2.4V(Dual) 2.2V(Dual) 10
[OFF] [OFF] [ON] [OFF] [OFF]
[OFF] [OFF] [OFF] [ON] [OFF]
AMD IBM/Cyrix IDT Intel AMD Intel AMD (.35micron) AMD (.35micron) IBM/Cyrix Intel
3.5V(VRE) 3.5V(VRE) 3.5V(VRE) 3.5V(VRE) 3.4V(STD) 3.4V(STD) -------------
-----------------3.2V(Dual) 2.9V(Dual) 2.9V(Dual) 2.8V(Dual)
[OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [ON] [ON] [OFF] [OFF]
[OFF] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [OFF]
[OFF] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [ON] [OFF] [ON] [OFF] [OFF] [ON]
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2. System Memory (DIMM)

This motherboard uses only Dual Inline Memory Modules (DIMMs). Sockets are available for 3.3Volt (power level) unbuffered Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory (SDRAM) of either 8, 16, 32, 64, 128MB, or 256MB to form a memory size between 8MB and 768MB. One side (with memory chips) of the DIMM takes up one row on the motherboard. To utilize the chipsets Error Checking and Correction (ECC) feature, you must use a DIMM module with 9 chips per side (standard 8 chips/side + 1 ECC chip) and make the proper settings in Chipset Features Setup under BIOS SETUP. Memory speed setup is recommended through SDRAM Configuration in Chipset Features Setup under BIOS SETUP. IMPORTANT! (see Notes below) To make using bus speeds 95MHz possible, SDRAMs used must be compatible with the current Intel PC100 SDRAM specification. Install memory in any combination as follows:

Blank Lever

P5-99B ZIF Socket 7

III. H/W SETUP CPU

4. Expansion Cards
WARNING! Make sure that you unplug your power supply when adding or removing expansion cards or other system components. Failure to do so may cause severe damage to both your motherboard and expansion cards.
Expansion Card Installation Procedure:
1. Read your expansion card documentation on any hardware and software settings that may be required to setup your specific card. 2. Set any necessary jumpers on your expansion card. 3. Remove your computer systems cover. 4. Remove the bracket on the slot you intend to use. Keep the bracket for possible future use. 5. Carefully align the cards connectors and press firmly. 6. Secure the card on the slot with the screw you removed in step 4. 7. Replace the computer systems cover. 8. Setup the BIOS if necessary (such as IRQ xx Used By ISA: Yes in PNP AND PCI SETUP) 9. Install the necessary software drivers for your expansion card.
Assigning IRQs for Expansion Cards
Some expansion cards need to use an IRQ to operate. Generally an IRQ must be exclusively assigned to one use. In a standard design there are 16 IRQs available but most of them are already in use by parts of the system which leaves 6 free for expansion cards. Both ISA and PCI expansion cards may need to use IRQs. System IRQs are available to cards installed in the ISA expansion bus first, and any remaining IRQs are then used by PCI cards. Currently, there are two types of ISA cards. The original ISA expansion card design, now referred to as Legacy ISA cards, requires that you configure the cards jumpers manually and then install it in any available slot on the ISA bus. You may use Microsofts Diagnostic (MSD.EXE) utility included in the Windows directory to see a map of your used and free IRQs. For Windows 95 users, the Control Panel icon in My Computer, contains a System icon, which gives you a Device Manager tab. Double clicking on a specific device give you Resources tab which shows the Interrupt number and address. Make sure that no two devices use the same IRQs or your computer will experience problems when those two devices are in use at the same time.

IV. BIOS SETUP Standard CMOS
Auto detection of hard disks on bootup For each field: Primary Master, Primary Slave, Secondary Master, and Secondary Slave, you can select Auto under the TYPE and MODE fields. This will enable auto detection of your IDE hard disk during bootup. This will allow you to change your hard disks (with the power off) and then power on without having to reconfigure your hard disk type. If you use older hard disks that do not support this feature, then you must configure the hard disk in the standard method as described earlier by the User option.
NOTE: After the IDE hard disk drive information has been entered into BIOS, new IDE hard disk drives must be partitioned (such as with FDISK) and then formatted before data can be read from and write on. Primary IDE hard disk drives must have its partition set to active (also possible with FDISK).
NOTE: SETUP Defaults are noted in parenthesis next to each function heading. Drive A / Drive B (None) These fields record the types of floppy disk drives installed in your system. The available options for drives A and B are: 360K , 5.25 in.; 1.2M , 5.25 in.; 720K , 3.5 in.; 1.44M , 3.5 in.; 2.88M , 3.5 in.; None IV. BIOS SETUP Standard CMOS 50 To enter the configuration value for a particular drive, highlight its corresponding field and then select the drive type using the left- or right-arrow keys. Floppy 3 Mode Support (Disabled) This is the Japanese standard floppy drive. The standard stores 1.2MB in a 3.5inch diskette. This is normally disabled but you may choose from either: Drive A, Drive B, Both, and Disabled Video (EGA/VGA) Set this field to the type of video display card installed in your system. The options are EGA/VGA, CGA 40, CGA 80, and MONO (for Hercules or MDA). If you are using a VGA or any higher resolution card, choose EGA/VGA. Halt On (All Errors) This field determines which types of errors will cause the system to halt. Choose from All Errors; No Errors; All,But Keyboard; All,But Diskette; and All,But Disk/Key.

BIOS Features Setup

BIOS Features Setup consists of configuration entries that allow you to improve your system performance, or let you set up some system features according to your preference. Some entries are required by the motherboards design to remain in their default settings.

IV. BIOS SETUP Chipset Features IV. BIOS SETUP Chipset Features 56

Power Management Setup

Power Management Setup allows you to reduce power consumption. This feature turns off the video display and shuts down the hard disk after a period of inactivity.
Details of Power Management Setup
Power Management (User Define) This field acts as the master control for the power management modes. User Define allows you to set power saving options according to your preference; Disable disables the power saving features; Min Saving puts the system into power saving mode after 40 min of system inactivity; Max Saving puts the system into power saving mode after 30 sec of system inactivity. IMPORTANT: Advanced Power Management (APM) should be installed to keep the system time updated when the computer enters suspend mode activated by the BIOS Power Management. For DOS environments, you need to add DEVICE=C:\DOS\POWER.EXE in you CONFIG.SYS. For Windows 3.x and Windows 95, you need to install Windows with the APM feature. A battery and power cord icon labeled Power will appear in the Control Panel. Double-click Power to adjust your system's power properties and then click Advanced in the Power Management dialogue box. Windows 98, by default, installs the APM. Double-click Power Management in the Control Panel to select your preferred Power Schemes and/or power management behaviors (under the Advanced tab). Video Off Option (Susp,Stby -> Off ) This field determines when to activate the video off feature for monitor power management. The settings are All Modes -> Off; Always On; Suspend -> Off; and Susp,Stby -> Off.
IV. BIOS SETUP Power Management
Video Off Method (DPMS OFF) This field defines the video off features. These options are available: DPMS OFF, DPMS Reduce ON, Blank Screen, V/H SYNC+Blank, DPMS Standby, and DPMS Suspend. The DPMS (Display Power Management System) features allow the BIOS to control the video display card if it supports the DPMS feature. Blank Screen only blanks the screen (for monitors without power management or green features). If set up in your system, your screen saver will not display with Blank Screen selected). V/H SYNC+Blank blanks the screen and turns off vertical and horizontal scanning.... PM Timers This section controls the time-out settings for the Power Management scheme. The fields included in this section are HDD Power Down, which places the hard disk into its lowest power consumption mode, and the Doze, Standby and Suspend system inactivation modes. The system automatically wakes up from any power saving mode when there is system activity, such as when a key is pressed from the keyboard, or when there is activity detected from the enabled IRQ channels. HDD Power Down (Disable) This shuts down any IDE hard disk drives in the system after a period of inactivity. This time period is user-configurable from 1 Min to 15 Min or Disable. This feature does not affect SCSI hard disks. Doze Mode, Standby Mode, Suspend Mode (Disable) These fields set the period of time after which each of these modes activate: 1 Min, 2 Min, 3 Min, 4 Min, 8 Min, 20 Min, 30 Min, 40 Min, or 1 Hour. The default setting is Disable..... Power Up Control This section determines the ways the system can be controlled when it is started or restarted, when modem activity is detected, or when power to the computer is interrupted and reapplied. AC PWR Loss Restart (Disabled) This allows you to set how you want your system to boot up after the power has been interrupted. Disabled leaves your system off after reapplying power and Enabled boots up your system after reapplying power. Ring Power Up (Enable) This allows either settings of Enable or Disable for powering up the computer (turns the ATX power supply on) when the modem receives a call while the computer is off. NOTE: The computer cannot receive or transmit data until the computer and applications are fully running, thus connection cannot be made on the first try. Turning an external modem off and then back on while the computer is off causes an initialization string that will also cause the system to power on.

V. S/W SETUP Operating Systems

P5-99B Support CD

NOTE: The support CD contents are subject to change at any time without notice. To begin using your support CD disc, just insert it into your CD-ROM drive and the support CD installation menu should appear. If the menu does not appear, double click or run D:\SETUP.EXE (assuming that your CD-ROM drive is drive D:).

Installation Menu

Install ASUS PC Probe Vx.xx: Installs a simple utility to monitor your computers fan, temperature, and voltages. Install VGA Driver: Installs the necessary VGA drivers and utilities to access the features of the integrated VGA controller. Install Audio Driver (Optional): Installs the necessary audio drivers and utilities to access the features of the built-in PCI audio chipset. Install ESS AudioRack32 (Optional): Installs the ESS AudioRack utilities. Refer to the online help for more information. Install ESS Software Wave Table (Optional): Expands the audio sound card capability for increased sound effects. Install PCCillin 98 Vx.xx: Installs the PC-cillin virus protection software. View the online help for more information. Install ADOBE AcroBat Reader Vx.x: Installs the Adobe Acrobat Reader software necessary to view users manuals saved in PDF format. Updated or other language versions of this motherboard's manual is available in PDF format at any of our web sites. Show Motherboard Information: Allows you to view information about your motherboard, such as product name, BIOS version, and CPU. Browse Support CD: Allows you to view the contents of the CD. ReadMe: Displays the filelist for the included support software. Exit: Exits the CD installation menu. (Click RIGHT ARROW on the lower-right corner of the main menu.
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Additonal CD Contents: DMI Configuration Utility in the DMI folder, Flash BIOS writer in the AFLASH folder, IDE Bus Master driver for improved performance under Windows NT in the BUSMASTR folder, USB patch to fix problems when using the USB driver under Windows 95 OSR 2.1 in the USBPATCH folder.

Specifies the degree of acceleration you want for your graphics hardware. Full acceleration is the fastest and is recommended for most computers. If your ocmputer is having problems and you suspect graphics acceleration to be the cause, use the highest setting at which you do not have problems.

Video Setting

Allows you to adjust the brightness and contrast of the screen output. This function is available only in 16-bit color (high color, 65K-color) and 32-bit (true color plus 8 bits for an alpha channel, 16.7M-color) color depths.
VI. S/W REFERENCE SiS 530 Properties

Monitor

VI. S/W REFERENCE SiS 530 Properties 90

Color Management

Lists all the color profile currently associated with your monitor. Click a profile to make it the active profile. Otherwise, the default profile is the active profile.

Gamma Correction

Allows you to adjust the quality of your display according to your preference. Gamma correction is available only in 16-bit color and 24-bit color (true color, 16.7M-color) modes. In 16-bit color and 8-bit color (standard color, 256-color) modes, gamma correction function is not supported.
Sets the preferred tint of your display
Sets your monitors color mapping
Restores settings to Allows adjustment the original program of individual default channel
The AudioRack32 enables you to take advantage of your computers audio capabilities with all of the controls conveniently in one compact space. You can play audio CDs, wave files (in WAV and.AUD formats), and MIDI files (in.MID and.RMI formats). With the multisource Audio Mixer, you can blend these sources with linein and microphone sources any way you choose. You can then record your creations as wave files and edit them with the Audio Recorder. The AudioRack32 has six main parts: Command Centercustomizes the appearance of the AudioRack32. 3-D/Tone Controllergives your computer ambiient 3D sound, transmitting any sound played through the AudioRack32 into a wider arc. Audio Mixercontrols the volume and balance of the AudioRack32 devices. Digital Audio Playerplays and records files in the.WAV format. MIDI Playerenables you to play MIDI files. Compact Disk Playerenables you to play audio CDs on a CD-ROM drive. In addition, the AudioRack32 has a miniature mode enabling you to control the AudioRack32 while using minimal screen space. The Audio Recorder is a separate application from the AudioRack32. It can be used to add effects and edit files recorded with the Digital Audio Player or by the Audio Recorder itself. The Audio Recorder can be launched from the AudioRack32s Digital Audio Player or on its own. VI. S/W REFERENCE AudioRack 91

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 <Shift>+<F5> during bootup to bypass your AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS files. 1. In Windows, copy DMICFG2.EXE to your hard disk drive. 2. Restart your computer and press <Shift>+<F5> during bootup to enter safe mode command prompt. 3. Go to the directory containing DMICFG2.EXE. 4. Type DMICFG2 and press <Enter> to run.
NOTE: The following screen displays are provided as examples only and may not reflect the screen contents on your system. Edit DMI (or delete) VI. S/W REFERENCE DMI Utility 101
Using the ASUS DMI Configuration Utility
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.
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.
Save MIFD VI. S/W REFERENCE DMI Utility 102
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.

VII. APPENDIX

The ASUS PCI-L101 Fast Ethernet Card
LAN Activity Output Signal

Intel Chipset

Wake on LAN Output Signal

Motherboard type

If you are using the ASUS PCI-L101 on an ASUS motherboard, leave the jumper on its defaut setting of ASUS. If you are using another brand of motherboard, set the jumper to Other. Connect the Wake on LAN (WOL) output signal to the motherboards WOL_CON in order to utilize the wake on LAN feature of the motherboard. Connect the LAN activity output signal (LAN_LED) to the system cabinets front panel LAN_LED in order to display the LAN data activity.

 

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