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NF520-A2 Setup Manual
FCC Information and Copyright
This equipment has been tes ted and found to comply with the limits of a Class B digital devic e, purs uant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. T hese limits are designed to provide reasonable protec tion against harmful interference in a residential installation. T his equipment generates , uses , and c an radiate radio frequency energy and, if not ins talled and used in accordance with the instructions , may cause harmful interference to radio communications. There is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular ins tallation.
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Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction.. 1
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 3.1 3.2 4.1 4.2 4.3 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 Before You Start.. 1 Package Checklist... 1 Motherboard Features... 2 Rear Panel Connectors (for Ver 5.x).. 4 Rear Panel Connectors (for Ver 6.x ).. 4 Motherboard Layout.. 5 Installing Central Processing Unit (CPU).. 6 FAN Headers.. 8 Installing System Memory.. 9 Connectors and Slots..11 How to Setup Jumpers...13 Detail Settings...13 Operation System...19 Raid Arrays...19 How RAID Works...19 Driver Installation Note..21 Award BIOS Beep Code...22 Extra Information...22 Troubleshooting..23 Introduction..24 System Requirement..24 Installation...25 WarpSpeeder III...26
Chapter 2: Hardware Installation.. 6
Chapter 3: Headers & Jumpers Setup..13 Chapter 4: RAID Functions..19
Chapter 5: Useful Help...21
Chapter 6: WarpSpeeder III..24
6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4
Appendencies: SPEC In Other Language.32
German...32 France...34 Italian...36 Spanish...38 Portuguese...40 Polish....42 Russian...44 Arabic...46 Japanese....48
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION 1.1 BEFORE YOU ST ART
Thank you for choosing our product. Be fore you start installing the mothe rboard, please make sure you follow the instructions be low: Prepare a dry and stable work ing environment with sufficie nt lighting. Always disconne ct the compute r from powe r outle t be fore ope ration. Before you take the mothe rboard out from anti-static bag, ground yourse lf prope rly by touching any safe ly grounde d appliance, or use grounded wrist strap to remove the static charge. Avoid touching the compone nts on mothe rboard or the rear side of the board unless ne cessary. Hold the board on the edge , do not try to be nd or flex the board. Do not leave any unfastene d small parts inside the case afte r installation. Loose parts will cause short circuits which may damage the equipment. Keep the compute r from dange rous a rea, such as hea t source , humid air and wate r.
HDD Cable X 1 Se rial ATA Cable X 1 Rear I/O Panel for ATX Case X 1 Use rs Manual X 1 Fully Se tup Drive r C D X 1 FDD Cable X 1 (optional) USB 2.0 Cable X1 (optional) S/PDIF out Cable X 1 (optional)
Note: The package contents may differ by area or your motherboard version.
MOT HERBOARD FEAT URES
Ver 5.x Socket AM2 Socket AM2 Ver 6.x
AMD Ath lon 64 / Ath lon 64 FX / Alth lon 64 X2 / AMD Ath lon 64 / Ath lon 64 FX / Alth lon 64 X2 / CPU Sempron processors AMD 64 Architectu enables 32 and 64 bit re computing Supports Hyper Tran sport and Cool=n =Quiet FSB Chipset Support HyperTran sport Supports up to 1GHz Bandwidth MCP61D ITE 8716F Sempron processors AMD 64 Architectu enables 32 and 64 bit re computing Supports Hyper Tran sport and Cool=n =Quiet Support HyperTran sport Supports up to 1GHz Bandwidth MCP61D ITE 8716F
Provides the most commonly u sed legacy Super Provides the most commonly u sed legacy Super I/O function ality. Super I/O Low Pin Coun In t terface Environ men Con t trol in itiatives, H/W Mon itor Fan Speed Controller ITE's "Smart Guardian" function DDR2 DIMM Slot x 4 Each DIMM supports 256/512/1024/2048 MB DDR2 Main Memory Max Memory Capicity 8G Dual Channel Mode DDR2 memory modu le Supports DDR2 533/667/800 Registered DIMM and E CC DIMM is not supported Integrated IDE Con troller IDE I/O function ality. Low Pin Coun In t terface Environ men Con t trol in itiatives, H/W Mon itor Fan Speed Controller ITE's "Smart Guardian" function DDR2 DIMM Slot x 4 Each DIMM supports 256/512/1024/2048 MB DDR2 Max Memory Capicity 8G Dual Channel Mode DDR2 memory modu le Supports DDR2 533/667/800 Registered DIMM and E CC DIMM is not supported Integrated IDE Con troller
s Ultra DMA 33 / 66 / 100 / 133 Bu Master Mode Ultra DMA 33 / 66 / 100 / 133 Bu Master Mode s supports PIO Mode 0 ~4, Integrated Serial ATA Con troller supports PIO Mode 0 ~4, Integrated Serial ATA Con troller Data tran sfer rates up to 3.0 Gb/s. SATA Version 2.0 specification compliant. Realtek RTL8201CL PHY 10/100 Mb/s auto negotiation Half / Fu duplex capability ll
Data tran sfer rates up to 3.0 Gb/s. SATA Version 2.0 specification compliant. Realtek RTL8201CL PHY
10/100 Mb/s auto negotiation Half / Fu duplex capability ll
Ver 5.x Realtek ALC888 Sound 7.1 ch annels audio out Supports HD Audio PCI slot slots PCI Express x16 slot PCI Express x 1 slot Floppy connector Prin Port connector ter IDE Connector SATA Conn ector Fron Panel Connector t Fron Audio Conn t ector On Board Connector CD-in Connector S/PDIF ou conn t ector CPU Fan header System Fan header USB conn ector Chassis open header (option al) CMOS clear header Power Conn ector (24pin) Power Conn ector (4pin) PS/2 Keyboard PS/2 Mouse Back Panel Serial Port I/O LAN port USB Port Audio Jack Board Size 200 mm (W) x 293 mm (L) Special Feature RAID 0 / 1 support Windows 2000 / XP / VISTA OS Support Biostar Reserves th righ to add or remove e t support for any OS with or withou notice. t x3 x1 x2 x1 x1 x1 x2 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x2 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x4 x6 Realtek ALC861 VD 5.1 ch annels audio out Supports HD Audio PCI slot PCI Express x16 slot PCI Express x 1 slot Floppy connector Prin Port connector ter IDE Connector SATA Conn ector Fron Panel Connector t Fron Audio Conn t ector CD-in Connector S/PDIF ou conn t ector CPU Fan header System Fan header USB conn ector Chassis open header (option al) CMOS clear header Power Conn ector (24pin) Power Conn ector (4pin) PS/2 Keyboard PS/2 Mouse Serial Port LAN port USB Port Audio Jack 200 mm (W) x 293 mm (L) RAID 0 / 1 support Windows 2000 / XP / VISTA Biostar Reserves th righ to add or remove e t support for any OS with or withou notice. t x3 x1 x2 x1 x1 x1 x2 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x2 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x4 x3 Ver 6.x
REAR PANEL CONNECT ORS ( FOR V ER 5.X)
PS/2 M ouse
PS/2 Key board
C OM 1
Center Rear Si de
Lin e In Lin e Out Mi c In
PS /2 Mo u se
REAR PANEL CONNECT ORS ( FOR V ER 6.X)
L AN L ine In / S urro un d Lin e O ut Mic I n 1/ B a ss/ Ce nt er
PS/ 2 K eyb o ard
MOT HERBOARD LAYOUT
JCFAN1 JATXPWR 2
J AU DIO2 ( fo r Ver 5.x ) JAUD IO1 (for Ver 6.x) JAUD IOF 1
SAT A1 SATA2
JSPDIF_ O UT1
J USB2 JU SB3
JCMOS1 JCI1 (o ptio nal ) JSFAN1 JPANEL1
Not e: represe nts the 1 pin.
Socket A M2
CHAPTER 2: HARDWARE INSTALLATION 2.1 INST ALLING CENT RAL PROCESSING UNIT (CPU)
Step 1: Remove the socket protection cap.
Step 2: Pull the lever toward direction A from the socket and then raise the lever up to a 90-degree angle.
Step 3: Look for the white triangle on socket, and the gold triangle on CPU should point forwards this white triangle. The CPU will fit only in the correct orientation.
NF520-A2 Step 4: Hold the CPU down firmly, and then close the lever toward direct B to complete the installation.
Step 5: Put the CPU Fan on the CPU and buckle it. Connect the CPU FAN power cable to the JCFAN1. This completes the installation.
These fan headers support cooling-fans built in the computer. The fan cable and connector may be different according to the fan manufacturer. Connect the fan cable to the connector while matching the black wire to pin#1.
JCFAN1: CPU Fan Heade r
Pin 3 4
Assignment Ground +12V FAN RPM rate sense Smart Fan Control
JSFAN1: System Fan He ader
Assignment Ground +12V FAN RPM rate sense
The JCFAN1 supports 4-pin head connec tor, and JSFAN1s upports 3-pin head c onnector. When connecting with wires onto c onnectors, please note that the red wire is the positive and should be c onnec ted to pin#2, and the blac k wire is Gr ound and should be connected to GND.
CHAPTER 3: HEADERS & JUMPERS SETUP 3.1 HOW T O SET UP JUMPERS
The illustration shows how to set up jumpers. When the jumper cap is placed on pins, the jumper is close, if not, that means the jumper is open.
DET AIL SETT INGS
This 16-pin connector includes Power-on, Reset, HDD LED, Power LED, Sleep button, speaker Connection. It allows user to connect the PC cases front panel switch functions.
PWR_LED On/Off ++ + SPK
JPANEL1: Front Panel Heade r
Pin 7 8
Assignment +5V N/A N/A Speaker HDD LED (+) HDD LED (-) Ground Reset control
Functio n Speaker Connector Hard drive LED Reset button
Pin 15 16
Assignment Sleep control Ground N/A Power LED (+) Power LED (+) Power LED (-) Power button Ground
Functio n Sleep button N/A Power LED Power-on button
ATX Powe r Source Conne ctor: JATXPWR1
JATXPWR1 allows user to connect 24-pin power connector on the ATX power supply.
+3.3V +3.3V Ground +5V Ground +5V Ground PW_OK Standby Voltage+5V +12V +12V +3.3V
+3.3V -12V Ground PS_ON Ground Ground Ground NC +5V +5V +5V Ground
JATXPWR2: ATX Powe r Source Conne ctor
By connecting this connector, it will provide +12V to CPU power circuit.
Assignment +12V +12V Ground Ground
JUSB2/JUSB3: Heade rs for USB 2.0 Ports at Front Panel
This header allows user to connect additional USB cable on the PC f ront panel, and also can be connected with internal USB devices, like USB card reader.
Pin Assignment +5V (fused) +5V (fused) USBUSBUSB+ USB+ Ground Ground Key NC
JUSB2 JU SB3
SATA1/SATA2: Se rial ATA Conne ctors
The motherboard has a PCI to SATA Controller with 2 channels SATA interf ace, it satisfies the SATA 2.0 spec and with transfer rate of 3.0Gb/s.
Assignment Ground T X+ T XGround RXRX+ Ground
JAUDIO F1: Front Panel Audio Heade r
This header allows user to connect the front audio output cable with the PC f ront panel. It will disable the output on back panel audio connectors.
Pin 9 10
Assignment Mic Left in Ground Mic Right in GPIO Right line in Jack Sense Front Sense Key Left line in Jack Sense
JCDIN1: CD-RO M Audio-in Connector
This connector allows user to connect the audio source f rom the v ariaty dev ices, like CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, PCI sound card, PCI TV turner card etc.
Features and Benefits
Drives: Minimum 1, and maximum is up to 6 or 8. Depending on the platf orm. Uses: Intended for non-critical data requiring high data throughput, or any env ironment that does not require f ault tolerance. Benefits: prov ides increased data throughput, especially f or large files. No capacity loss penalty f or parity. Drawbacks: Does not deliver any fault tolerance. If any drive in the array f ails, all data is lost. Fault Tolerance: No.
Block 1 Block 3 Block 5
Block 2 Block 4 Block 6
Every read and write is actually carried out in parallel across 2 disk drives in a RAID 1 array system. The mirrored (backup) copy of the data can reside on the same disk or on a second redundant drive in the array. RAID 1 provides a hot-standby copy of data if the active volume or drive is corrupted or becomes unavailable because of a hardware failure. RAID techniques can be applied for high-availability solutions, or as a form of automatic backup that eliminates tedious manual backups to more expensive and less reliable media.
Drives: Minimum 2, and maximum is 2. Uses: RAID 1 is ideal f or small databases or any other application that requires f ault tolerance and minimal capacity. Benefits: Prov ides 100% data redundancy. Should one driv e f ail, the controller switches to the other drive. Drawbacks: Requires 2 driv es for the storage space of one driv e. Perf ormance is impaired during driv e rebuilds. Fault Tolerance: Yes.
Block 1 Block 2 Block 3
For more detailed setup information, please refer to the Driver CD, or go to http://www.nvidia.com/page/pg_20011106217193.html to download NVIDIA nForce Tutorial Flash.
CHAPTER 5: USEFUL HELP 5.1 DRIVER INST ALLAT ION NOT E
After you installed your operating system, please insert the Fully Setup Driver CD into your optical drive and install the driver for better system performance. You will see the following window after you insert the CD
The setup guide will auto detect your motherboard and operating system. Note:
If this window didnt show up after you ins ert the Driver CD, please use file brows er to locate and execute the file SETUP.EXE under your optical drive.
A. Driver Installation
To install the driver, please click on the Driver icon. The setup guide will list the compatible driver for your motherboard and operating system. Click on each device driver to launch the installation program.
B. Software Installation
To install the software, please click on the Software icon. The setup guide will list the software available for your system, click on each software title to launch the installation program.
Aside from the paperback manual, we also provide manual in the Driver CD. Click on the Manual icon to browse for available manual. Note:
You will need Acrobat R eader to open the manual file. Pleas e download the latest version of Acrobat Reader software from http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep 2.html 21
AWARD BIOS BEEP CODE
Beep Sound One long beep followed by two short beeps High-low siren sound
Meaning Video card not found or v ideo card memory bad CPU overheated System will shut down automatically One Short beep when system boot-up No error found during POST Long beeps every other second No DRAM detected or install
EXT RA INFORMAT ION
If the system shutdown automatically after power on system for seconds, that means the CPU protection function has been activated. When the CPU is over heated, the motherboard will shutdown automatically to avoid a damage of the CPU, and the system may not power on again. In this case, please double check: 1. The CPU cooler surface is placed evenly with the CPU surface. 2. CPU fan is rotated normally. 3. CPU fan speed is fulfilling with the CPU speed. After confirmed, please follow steps below to relief the CPU protection function. 1. Remove the power cord from power supply for seconds. 2. Wait for seconds. 3. Plug in the power cord and boot up the system. Or you can: 1. Clear the CMOS data. (See Close CMOS Header: JCMOS1 section) 2. Wait for seconds. 3. Power on the system again.
Probable Solution 1. Make sure power cable is No power to the system at all securely plugged in. Power light dont illuminate, f an inside power supply does not turn 2. Replace cable. on. 3. Contact technical support. 2. Indicator light on key board does not turn on. System inoperativ e. Keyboard lights Using even pressure on both ends of are on, power indicator lights are lit, the DIMM, press down firmly until the and hard driv e is spinning. module snaps into place. System does not boot from hard disk 1. driv e, can be booted f rom optical driv e. Check cable running from disk to disk controller board. Make sure both ends are securely plugged in; check the driv e type in the standard CMOS setup. 2. Backing up the hard drive is extremely important. All hard disks are capable of breaking down at any time. 1. Back up data and applications System only boots f rom optical driv e. f iles. Hard disk can be read and applications can be used but booting from hard disk 2. Ref ormat the hard driv e. is impossible. Re-install applications and data using backup disks. Screen message says Invalid Rev iew systems equipment. Make sure Conf iguration or CMOS Failure. correct inf ormation is in setup. Cannot boot system after installing 1. Set master/slave jumpers second hard driv e. correctly. 2. Run SETUP program and select correct driv e types. Call the drive manuf acturers f or compatibility with other drives.
3. Overclock/Overvoltage Panel
Click the Overclock/Overvoltage button in the Main Panel, the button will be highlighted and the Overclock/Overvoltage Panel will show up as the following figure. As you can see, the Overclock Panel is on the right side, and the Overvoltage Panel is on the left side.
O ve rclock Panel contains these fe atures:
a. Auto-Overclock: User can click this button and [WarpSpeeder III] will set the best and stable performance and frequency automatically. A warning dialog as below will show up to notify you that the system may become unstable, click on OK to proceed.
Then [WarpSpeeder III] utility will execute a series of testing until system fail. Then system will do fail-safe reboot by using Watchdog function. After reboot, launch the [WarpSpeeder III] utility again and the utility will load the previously verified best and stable frequency. b. Verify: If you use the Manual Adjust bar to adjust the CPU frequency, then you can click this button and [WarpSpeeder III] will proceed a testing for current frequency. If the testing is ok, then the current frequency will be saved into system registry. If the testing fails, system will do a fail-safe rebooting. After reboot, the [WarpSpeeder III] utility will restore to the hardware default setting.
Warning: Manually overclock is potentially dangerous, especially when the ov erclocking percentage is over 110 %. We strongly recommend you v erify ev ery speed you overclock by click the Verify button. Or, you can just click Auto ov erclock button and let [WarpSpeeder III] automatically gets the best result f or y ou.
V3 Engine/V6 Engine/V9 Engine: Provide user the ability to do real-time overclock adjustment. Recovery: Click this button and the [WarpSpeeder III] utility will restore all values to the hardware default setting.
O ve rvoltage Panel contains these fe ature s:
a. CPU Voltage: This function allows user to adjust CPU voltage. increase or - to decrease the CPU voltage. Click on + to
Memory Voltage: This function allows user to adjust Memory voltage. to increase or - to decrease the Memory voltage.
Click on +
4. Hardware Monitor Panel
Click the Hardware Monitor button in Main Panel, the button will be highlighted and the Hardware Monitor panel will show up as the following figure. In this panel, you can get the real-time status information of your system. The information will be refreshed every 1 second.
5. About Panel
Click the about button in Main Panel, the button will be highlighted and the About Panel will show up as the following figure. In this panel, you can get model name and detail information in hints of all the chipset that are related to overclocking. You can also get the the version number of [WarpSpeeder III] utility.
Because the overclock, overvoltage, and hardware monitor features are controlled by several separate chipset, [WarpSpeeder III] divide these features to separate panels. If one chipset is not on board, the correlative button in Main panel will be disabled, but will not interfere other panels functions. This property can make [WarpSpeeder III] utility more robust.
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APPENDENCIES: SPEC IN OTHER LANGUAGE GERMAN
Ver 5.x Sockel AM2 Sockel AM2 Ver 6.x lon 64 / Ath lon 64 FX / Athlon 64 x2/ AMD Ath lon 64 / Ath lon 64 FX / Athlon 64 x2/ AMD Ath CPU Sempron Prozessoren Sempron Prozessoren tzt Die AMD 64-Architektur unterst eine 32-Bit- Die AMD 64-Architektur unterst eine 32-Bittzt und 64-Bit-Daten verarbeitung Unterst Hyper Tran tzt sport und CoolnQu iet FSB Chipsatz Unterst HyperTran tzt sport mit einer Bandbreite von bis zu 1 GHz MCP61D ITE 8716F Bietet die hufig verwendeten alten Super E/A-Funktionen. Super E/A Low Pin Coun t-Schnittstelle Umgebungskon trolle, Hardware-berwachung Lfterdreh l-Controller zah "Smart Guardian"-Funktion von ITE DDR2 DIMM-Steckpltze x 4 Jeder DIMM unterst 256MB/512 tzt MB/1G B/ 2GB DDR2. Arbeitsspeich Max. 8GB Arbeitsspeicher e r Dual-Kanal DDR2 Speichermodu l Unterst DDR/ 667 / 800 tzt registrierte DIMMs. ECC DIMMs werden nicht untersttzt. Integrierter IDE-Con troller IDE Ultra DMA 33 / 66 / 100 / 133 Bu s Master-Modus Unterst PIO-Modu 0 tzt s ~4, Integrierter Serial ATA-Controller SATA II Daten tran sferrate bis zu 3Gb/s Konform mit der SATA-Spezifikation Version 2.0. Realtek RTL8201CL PHY LAN 10 / 100 Mb/s Auto-Negotiation Halb-/ Vollduplex-Funktion und 64-Bit-Daten verarbeitung Unterst Hyper Tran tzt sport und CoolnQu iet Unterst HyperTran tzt sport mit einer Bandbreite von bis zu 1 GHz MCP61D ITE 8716F Bietet die hufig verwendeten alten Super E/A-Funktionen. Low Pin Coun t-Schnittstelle Umgebungskon trolle, Hardware-berwachung Lfterdreh l-Controller zah "Smart Guardian"-Funktion von ITE DDR2 DIMM-Steckpltze x 4 Jeder DIMM unterst 256MB/512 tzt MB/1G B/ 2GB DDR2. Max. 8GB Arbeitsspeicher Dual-Kanal DDR2 Speichermodu l Unterst DDR/ 667 / 800 tzt registrierte DIMMs. ECC DIMMs werden nicht untersttzt. Integrierter IDE-Con troller Ultra DMA 33 / 66 / 100 / 133 Bu s Master-Modus Unterst PIO-Modu 0 tzt s ~4, Integrierter Serial ATA-Controller Daten tran sferrate bis zu 3Gb/s Konform mit der SATA-Spezifikation Version 2.0. Realtek RTL8201CL PHY 10 / 100 Mb/s Auto-Negotiation Halb-/ Vollduplex-Funktion
Load Optimized Defaults
This selection allows you to reload the BIOS when problem occurs during system booting sequence. These configurations are factory settings optimized for this system. A confirmation message will be displayed before defaults are set.
Set Supervisor Password
Setting the supervisor password will prohibit everyone except the supervisor from making changes using the CMOS Setup Utility. You will be prompted with to enter a password.
Set User Password
If the Supervisor Password is not set, then the User Password will function in the same way as the Supervisor Password. If the Supervisor Password is set and the User Password is set, the User will only be able to view configurations but will not be able to change them.
Save & Exit Setup
Save all configuration changes to CMOS (memory) and exit setup. Confirmation message will be displayed before proceeding.
Exit Without Saving
Abandon all changes made during the current session and exit setup. Confirmation message will be displayed before proceeding.
This submenu allows you to upgrade bios.
2 Standard CMOS Features
The items in Standard CMOS Setup Menu are divided into several categories. Each category includes no, one or more than one setup items. Use the arrow keys to highlight the item and then use the<PgUp> or <PgDn> keys to select the value you want in each item. Figure 2: Standard CMOS Setup
Main Menu Selections This table shows the items and the available options on the Main Menu. Item
mm : dd : yy
Set the system date. Note that the Day automatically changes when you set the date. Set the system internal clock. Press <Enter> to enter the sub menu of detailed options Press <Enter> to enter the sub menu of detailed options.
Time IDE Channel 0 Master
hh : mm : ss Options are in its sub menu. Options are in its sub menu.
IDE Channel 0 Slave
360K, 5.25 in 1.2M, 5.25 in Drive A Drive B 720K, 3.5 in 1.44M, 3.5 in 2.88M, 3.5 in None EGA/VGA Video CGA 40 CGA 80 MONO All Errors No Errors Halt On All, but Keyboard All, but Diskette All, but Disk/ Key Base Memory N/A Displays the amount of conventional memory detected during boot up. Displays the amount of extended memory detected during boot up. Displays the total memory available in the system. Select the situation in which you want the BIOS to stop the POST process and notify you. Select the default device. video Select the type of floppy disk drive installed in your system.
Extended Memory Total Memory
3 Advanced BIOS Features
Figure 3: Advanced BIOS Setup
CPU Internal Cache
Depending on the CPU/chipset in use, you may be able to increase memory access time with this option. Enabled (default) Enable cache. Disabled Disable cache.
This option enables or disables Level 2 secondary cache on the CPU, which may improve performance. Enabled (default) Enable cache. Disabled Disable cache.
Boot Seq & Floppy Setup
This item allows you to setup boot sequence & Floppy.
Removable Device Priority Select Removable Boot Device Priority.
The Choices: Floppy Disks, Zip100, USB-FDD0, USB-FDD1, USB-ZIP0, USB-ZIP1, LS120. Hard Disk Boot Priority The BIOS will attempt to arrange the Hard Disk boot sequence automatically. You can change the Hard Disk booting sequence here.
The Choices: Pri. Master, Pri. Slave, Sec. Master, Sec. Slave, USB HDD0, USB HDD1, USB HDD2, and Bootable Add-in Cards.
CD-ROM Boot Priority
The Choices: Pri. Master, Pri. Slave, Sec. Master, Sec. Slave, USB CDROM0, USB CDROM 1.
First/Second/Third Boot Device
The BIOS will attempt to load the operating system in this order. The Choices: Removable, Hard Disk, CDROM, Legacy LAN, Disabled.
Boot Other Device
When enabled, BIOS will try to load the operating system from other device when it failed to load from the three devices above. The Choices: Enabled (default), Disabled
Swap Floppy Drive
For systems with two floppy drives, this option allows you to swap logical drive assignments. The Choices: Disabled (default), Enabled.
Boot Up Floppy Seek
When enabled, System will test the floppy drives to determine if they have 40 or 80 tracks during boot up. Disabling this option reduces the time it takes to boot-up. The Choices: Enabled (default), Disabled.
This option allows you to choose the VIRUS Warning feature that is used to protect the IDE Hard Disk boot sector. If this function is enabled and an attempt is made to write to the boot sector, BIOS will display a warning message on the screen and sound an alarm beep. Disabled (default) Virus protection is disabled. Enabled Virus protection is activated.
Quick Power On Self Test
Enabling this option will cause an abridged version of the Power On Self-Test (POST) to execute after you power up the computer. Disabled Normal POST. Enabled (default) Enable quick POST.
Boot Up NumLock Status
Selects the NumLock State after the system switched on. The Choices: On (default) Numpad is number keys. Off Numpad is arrow keys.
6 Power Management Setup
The Power Management Setup Menu allows you to configure your system to utilize energy conservation and power up/power down features. Figure 6. Power Management Setup
This item displays the status of the Advanced Configuration and Power Management (ACPI). The Choices: Enabled (default), Disabled.
ACPI Suspend Type
The item allows you to select the suspend type under the ACPI operating system. The Choices: S1 (POS) (default) Power on Suspend S3 (STR) Suspend to RAM S1 & S3 POS+STR
This category allows you to select the power saving method and is directly related to the following modes: 1. HDD Power Down. 2. Suspend Mode. There are three options of Power Management, three of which have fixed mode settings Min. Saving Minimum power management. Suspend Mode = 1 hr. HDD Power Down = 15 min Max. Saving Maximum power management only available for sl CPUs. Suspend Mode = 1 min. HDD Power Down = 1 min. User Define (default) Allow you to set each option individually. When you choose user define, you can adjust each of the item from 1 min. to 1 hr. except for HDD Power Down which ranges from 1 min. to 15 min.
Video Off Method
This option determines the manner when the monitor goes blank. V/H SYNC+Blank This selection will cause the system to turn off the vertical and horizontal synchronization ports and write blanks to the video buffer. Blank Screen This option only writes blanks to the video buffer. DPMS Support (default) Initial display power management signaling.
HDD Power Down
When enabled, the hard-disk drives will power down after a set time of system inactivity. All other devices remain active. The Choices: Disabled (default), 1 Min, 2 Min, 3 Min, 4 Min, 5 Min, 6 Min, 7 Min, 8 Min, 9 Min, 10 Min, 11 Min, 12 Min, 13 Min, 14 Min, 15Min.
Soft-Off by PBTN
This item determines the behavior of system power button. Instant off turn off the power immediately, and Delay 4 Sec. will require you to press and hold the power button for 4 seconds to cut off the system power. The Choices: Delay 4 Sec, Instant-Off (default).
WOL(PME#)/ From Soft-Off
This item allows you to enable or disable Wake On LAN from Soft-Off function. The Choices: Disabled (default), Enabled.
WOR(RI#) From Soft-Off
This item allows you to enable or disable Wake On Ring from Soft-Off function. The Choices: Disabled (default), Enabled.
USB Resume From S3/S4
This item allows you to enable or disabled the USB resume from S3/S4 function. The Choices: Disabled (default), Enabled.
Power-On by Alarm
This function is for setting date and time for your computer to boot up. When enabled, you can choose the date and time to boot up the system. The Choices: Disabled (default), Enabled. Date (of Month) Alarm You can choose which month the system will boot up. Time (hh:mm:ss) Alarm You can choose the system boot up time, input hour, minute and second to specify. Note: If you have change the setting, you must let the system boot up until it goes to the operating system, before this function will work.
This option allows you to disabled or enables the High Precision Event Timer. The Choices: Enabled (default), Disabled.
POWER ON Function`
This item allows you to choose the power on method. The Choices: Button Only(default), Password, Hot Key, Mouse Move/Click, Mouse Double Click, Any Key, Keyboard 98.
KB Power ON Password
Input password and press Enter to set the Keyboard power on password.
Hot Key Power ON
Choose the Hot Key combination to boot up the system. The Choices: Ctrl-F1(default), Ctrl-F2, Ctrl-F3, Ctrl-F4, Ctrl-F5, Ctrl-F6, Ctrl-F7, Ctrl-F8, Ctrl-F9, Ctrl-F10, Ctrl-F11, and Ctrl-F12.
PWRON After PWR-Fail
This setting specifies how your system should behave after a power fail or interrupts occurs. By choosing off will leave the computer in the power off state. Choosing On will reboot the computer. Former-Sts will restore the system to the status before power failure or interrupt occurs. The Choices: Off (default), On, Former-Sts.
7 PnP/PCI Configurations
This section describes configuring the PCI bus system. PCI, or Personal Computer Interconnect, is a system which allows I/O devices to operate at speeds nearing the speed of the CPU itself uses when communicating with its own special components. This section covers some very technical items and it is strongly recommended that only experienced users should make any changes to the default settings. Figure 7: PnP/PCI Configurations
Reset Configuration Data
The system BIOS supports the PnP feature which requires the system to record which resources are assigned and protects resources from conflict. Every peripheral device has a node, which is called ESCD. This node records which resources are assigned to it. The system needs to record and update ESCD to the memory locations. These locations are reserved in the system BIOS. If the Disabled (default) option is chosen, the systems ESCD will update only when the new configuration varies from the last one. If the Enabled option is chosen, the system is forced to update ESCDs and then is automatically set to the Disabled mode. The above settings will be shown on the screen only if Manual is chosen for the resources controlled by function. Legacy is the term, which signifies that a resource is assigned to the ISA Bus and provides non-PnP ISA add-on cards. PCI / ISA PnP signify that a resource is assigned to the PCI Bus or provides for ISA PnP add-on cards and peripherals. The Choices: Disabled (default), Enabled.
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