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Biwin Electronic Co.,Ltd
USB Flash Disk Datasheet
Model: Prepared By: Date: Approved By: Date:
USB Disk (3S6666) Freeman 2003.04.04 Kuma Tan 2003.04.05
4/F.,Legend R&D Building, High-tech Industrial Park, Nanshan, Shenzhen, China
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Content 1 Description
Operating System Compatibility
Booting Feature Compatibility
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This USB Flash Disk works as a friendly, secure, and lightweight removable mass storage device disk. It plugs thru the USB port so your computer will immediately detect and configure the disk without needing to restart the computer. You read, write, copy and delete files just the same way as you use a disk drive. You can even play MP3 files, run applications or play videos directly from the USB Flash Disk. This USB Flash Disk is so light and compact that you can carry it with you anywhere. It comes in various storage capacities starting at 16MByte up to 512MByte. It is easy to install that you can actually use the USB Flash Disk to replace your floppy diskettes, ZIP drives, and even CD-RW discs. And because it uses durable solid-state storage flash memory, there are no moving parts inside making it shock resistant and longer to use. Unlike most USB Flash disks, this product provides an Mformat tool to help user partitioning the USB Flash Disk. This tool allows you to create two partition drives one standard open drive and one secured (password-controlled) drive. The secured drive requires a password before one can access it. Through this tool, the USB Flash Disk also can be set security feature that allows you to protect the data stored in USB Flash Disk. You can also use the tool to set your USB Flash Disk to be a bootable disk.
* Based on 3System USB controller. * USB version 1.1 compliant (Full-speed12 Mbps). * USB bus-powered capability. * Built-in ECC function Error Correction Code. * Integrated Voltage Detector for power on reset. * Digital PLL creates 48MHz clock from external 12MHz clock. * High performance write up to 870Kbyte/sec and read up to 1030Kbyte/sec * Support NAND type flash memory up to 2Gigabit. * Support capacity from 16MB to 512MB. * Support booting up feature. * Support security feature. * Fully plug-and-play compatible with Microsoft Windows 98/98 Second Edition, 2000, Millennium Edition and XP, Mac OS 8.6/above and Linux kernel 2.4.2/above. * Dimension : 75mm(L) x 23mm(W) x 10mm(H).
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3. Block Diagram
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4. Motherboard Compatibility
M/B or PC ABIT VH6T AOpen AX4B ASUS P5A-VM ASUS P6VAP-A+ ASUS CUSL2-C ASUS CUSL2 ASUS P4B266 ASUS P4S333 ASUS CUV4X-C ECS P4IBAD ECS P4VMM ECS P4VXAS2 GigaByte GA-6BXC GigaByte GA-8IRM GigaByte GA-8IDX GigaByte GA-8IRML GigaByte GA-8IE533 GigaByte GA-8IE GigaByte GA-8SRX GigaByte GA-7DXR GigaByte GA-6VTX GigaByte GA-7VRXP K7S5A2 MS-6523 Pro2 NA115 Shuttle MK20 Notebook/Power PC Apple Titanium PowerBook G4 ASUS L3400 ASUS A1300F IBM X23
Chip sets VIA VT82C694T+VT82C686B Intel 82845E+82801DA(ICH4) ALi M1541+M1543 Aladdin V VIA VT82C694X+ VT82C596B Intel 82815EP+82801BA Intel 82815E+82801BA Intel 82845D+82801BA+NEC D720100AS1 SiS 645+SiS 961 VIA VT82C694X+VT82C686A Pro133A Intel 82845E+82801BA VIA P4M266+VT8233 VIA P4X266A+VT8233 Intel 82440BX+82371 Intel 82845DDR+82801BA Intel 82845+82801BA Intel 82845+82801BA Intel 82845E+82801DA(ICH4) Intel 82845E+82801DA(ICH4) SIS 645 + SIS 961 AMD 761 + VIA 686B VIA VT82C694T+VT82C686B Pro133T VIA KT333 + 8233A(CE) SIS735 Intel 82850+82801BA Tehama Intel 82845+82801BA VIA VT8361+VT82686B Chip sets/Model M8591LL/A
Test Result PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS Test Result PASS PASS PASS PASS
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Biwin Electronic Co.,Ltd Hub/External Host Controller Belkin USB 7-Port Hub F5U027 D-Link DU-H4/A Ergotech USB-HUB Good Way UH-204 KouWell Long Well LW-931S LEMEL LM-USB4 PCI UH-400 USB2.0 4PortHub UH224 Remark: Texas TUSB2046 Atmel At 43301 Texas TUSB2046 OPTi 82C861 Texas TUSB2046 Texas TUSB2046 Atmel AT43301 NEC D720110AGC Texas TUSB2077A Chip
http://www.biwin.com.cn Test Result PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS Comments
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5. Operating System Compatibility
5.1 MAC Operating System Compatibility
Power MAC G3 350MHz MAC O/S Ver. 8.6 9.0 9.1 10.0 10.1 10.1.5 10.2.1 Remark: Plug/Unplug Test PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS Cold/Warm Boot PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS Sleep/Resume PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS File Read/Write PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS Comments
Power Book G4 550MHz MAC O/S Ver. 9.2.1 10.1.5 Remark: Plug/Unplug Test PASS PASS Cold/Warm Boot PASS PASS Sleep/Resume PASS PASS File Read/Write PASS PASS Comments
Power PC G4 450MHz MAC O/S Ver. 9.2.2 10.2 Remark: Plug/Unplug Test PASS PASS Cold/Warm Boot PASS PASS Sleep/Resume PASS PASS File Read/Write PASS PASS Comments
Power MAC G4 800MHz MAC O/S Ver. 9.2.2 10.1.3 10.2.2 Remark: Plug/Unplug Test PASS PASS PASS Cold/Warm Boot PASS PASS PASS Sleep/Resume PASS PASS PASS File Read/Write PASS PASS PASS Comments
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Power Book G3 800MHz MAC O/S Ver. 9.2 10.2.1 Remark: Plug/Unplug Test PASS PASS Cold/Warm Boot PASS PASS Sleep/Resume PASS PASS File Read/Write PASS PASS Comments
5.2 Linux Operating System Compatibility
Additional system configuration CPU: Intel CeleronTM1GHz RAM: SDRAM128Mx1 Linux O/S Version Red Hat 7.1 Red Hat 7.3 M/B: ASUS CUSL-G
Mount/Unmount Cold/Warm Boot File Read/Write PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS
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6. Booting Feature Compatibility
M/B or PC AOpen AX4B ECS K7SEM Chipsets Intel 82845E+82801DA(ICH4) SIS730S Intel 82845E+82801DA(ICH4) Intel 82845E+82801DA(ICH4) SIS 645 + SIS 961 Intel 82845+82801BA Intel 82845+82801BA Intel 82850+82801BA Tehama VIA VT8361/VT82686B License BIOS Award BIOS V6.00PG Award BIOS V6.00PG GA-8IE GA-8IE533 GA-8SRX GA-8IRML GA-8IDX MSI MS-6523 Pro2 Shuttle MS51N Remark: *1: Need to disable HDD when you want to boot from USB Device. *2: BIOS will set USB DISK as C:\>, it will cause some batch/boot files cant find. Award BIOS V6.00PG Award BIOS V6.00PG Award BIOS V6.00PG Award BIOS V6.00PG Award BIOS V6.00PG Award BIOS V6.00PG Award BIOS V6.00PG 05/02/2002 PASS V2.PASS 01/04/2002 PASS 12/12/2001 PASS 03/01/2002 PASS 05/02/02 PASS*1*2 05/02/02 PASS*1*2 VER 1.1E PASS BIOS Version 12/05/2001 PASS USB ZIP
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Test No 1 2 Run disk copy/compare test between USB Flash Disk and IDE HDD. M/B: MS-6523 Pro2 Run disk copy/compare test between USB Flash Disk and IDE HDD. M/B: ASUS CUV4X-C O.S.: Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition. 3 4 5 6 Remark: Run disk copy/compare test between USB Flash Disk and IDE HDD. M/B: ASUS P4S333 O.S.: Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional. Run disk copy/compare test between USB Flash Disk and IDE HDD. M/B: ASUS CUV4X-C USB Hub: Good Way UH-204 Run disk copy/compare test between USB Flash Disk and IDE HDD. M/B: ASUS CUV4X-C USB Hub: Long Well LW-931S Re-boot test M/B: ASUS P4S333 PASS 8 hrs PASS 12 hrs PASS 12 hrs PASS 12 hrs PASS 12 hrs O.S.: Microsoft Windows XP Professional. PASS Test Item Result Commen ts 60 hrs
O.S.: Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional.
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Flash Memory List
Manufacture Part Number K9F2808U0M K9F2808U0B K9F2808U0C K9F5608U0A K9F5608U0B K9K1208U0M K9K1208U0A Samsung K9F1208U0M K9F1208U0A K9K1G08U0M K9F1G08U0M K9K2G08U0M TC58128AFT TC58256AFT Toshiba TC58512FT TH58512FT TH58100FT Remark: *1: Being phased out. *2: Large (big) block. 512Mb(64Mx8) 512Mb(64Mx8) 1Gb(128Mx8) 1Gb(128Mx8) 2Gb(256Mx8) 128Mb(16Mx8) 256Mb(32Mx8) 512Mb(64Mx8) 512Mb(64Mx8) 1Gb(128Mx8) 2.7~3.6 2.7~3.6 2.7~3.6 2.7~3.6 2.7~3.6 2.7~3.6 2.7~3.6 2.7~3.6 2.7~3.6 2.7~3.50 Capacity 128Mb(16Mx8) 128Mb(16Mx8) 128Mb(16Mx8) 256Mb(32Mx8) 256Mb(32Mx8) 512Mb(64Mx8) 512Mb(64Mx8) OPERATING VOLTAGE (V) 2.7~3.6 2.7~3.6 2.7~3.6 2.7~3.6 2.7~3.6 2.7~3.6 2.7~3.6 Speed (ns) 60 FN27 0.18um 0.12um 0.18um 0.18um FN22 0.18um, Dual die*1 0.15um 0.12um 0.15um, Dual die 0.12um *2 0.12um, Dual die*2 Comments
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1. System power on by PS/2 Mouse: First, enable this function in CMOS Setup, then you can power on the system by double clicking the right or left button of your PS/2 Mouse. System power on by Keyboard: If your ATX power supply supports larger than 720 mA 5V Stand-By current, you can power on your system by entering password from the keyboard after setting the Keyboard power on password in CMOS Setup. Supports 3 steps ACPI LED. Modem Ring-On. (COM A , B) Wake-Up on LAN. (on JP7) (The ATX power supply supports larger than 600 mA 5V Stand-By current)
3. 4. 5.
Pentium II Processor MAINBOARD
REV. 1.0 First Edition
The author assumes no responsibility for any errors or omissions which may appear in this document nor does it make a commitment to update the information contained herein.
Third-party brands and names are the property of their respective owners. Sound Blaster is a registered trademark of Creative Technology Ltd in the United States and certain other countries. Sound Blaster-LINK and SB-LINK are trademarks of Creative Technology Ltd.
MAY 14, 1998 Taipei, Taiwan
Quick Installation Guide
I. Quick Installation Guide : CPU SPEED SETUP
The system bus speed is selectable between 66.6 / 100 MHz. The user can select the system bus speed (SW1) and change the DIP SWITCH (SW2) selection to set up the CPU speed for 200 - 633MHz processor. Set System Bus Speed SW1:
1 ON OFF
2 OFF OFF
3 OFF OFF
4 ON OFF
66 MHz 100 MHz
66 MHz 66 MHz
The CPU speed MUST match with the frequency RATIO. It will cause system hanging up if the frequency RATIO is higher than that of CPU. SW2:
1 ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF
2 OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF
3 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
4 ON ON ON ON ON ON
X3 X3.5 X4 X4.5 X5 X5.5
1. Pentium II 233 / 66 MHz FSB
Intel 440BX 2 1
2. Pentium II 266 / 66 MHz FSB
3. Pentium II 300 / 66 MHz FSB
4. Pentium II 333 / 66 MHz FSB
5. Pentium II 366 / 66MHz FSB
6. Pentium II 300 / 100 MHz FSB
7. Pentium II 350 / 100 MHz FSB
8. Pentium II 400 / 100 MHz FSB
9. Pentium II 450 / 100 MHz FSB
10. Pentium II 500 / 100 MHz FSB
11. Pentium II 550 / 100 MHz FSB
II. Jumper setting :
SPK : Speaker Connector
Pin No. Function PIIX4 VCC NC NC Data
RST : Reset Switch
PIIX4 Normal operation
For Hardware Reset System
PW LED : Power LED Connector
Pin Function No. 1 PIIX3 LED anode (+) LED cathode (-) LED cathode (-)
HD : IDE Hard Disk Active LED
Pin Function No. 1 LED anode (+) LED cathode (-) LED cathode (-) LED anode (+)
Pin Function No. LED anode (+) LED cathode (-)
IR : Infrared Connector (Optional)
Pin Function No. IR Data Output GND IR Data Input NC POWER (+)
GN : Green Function Switch
Entering Green Mode.
GD : Green LED
PIN1:LED Anode (+) PIN2:LED Cathode(-)
Soft POWER : Soft Power Connector
POWER1 : Power Connector
Pin Function No. GND 3,5,7 13,15-17 4,6,19,20 VCC +5V +12V -12V -5V Power Good 5V SB
(Stand by +5V)
PS/2 Mouse / Keyboard Connector
PS/2 Mouse PS/2 Keyboard Pin No. Function Data NC 3 GND 4 VCC(+5) 5 Clock 6 NC
PWR FAN : CPU Cooling Fan Power Connector
Pin No. Function PIIXGND +12V SENSE
IDE1: For Primary IDE port
RED LINE CPU 1
IDE2: For Secondary IDE port
FLOPPY : FLOPPY PORT
LPT PORT / COM A / COM B
LPT PORT CPU
JP1 : Keyboard Power On Selection
Keyboard Power On Default: Disable
USB : USB Port
Pin No. Function USB V0 USB D0USB D0+ GND USB V1 USB D1USB D1+ GND
J15: System After AC Back
Intel 440BX OPEN:
Full On PIIX4 J15 Pin No. Function Signal GND J15 1
JP7: Wake On LAN
Pin Function No. 1 +5V SB JPGND Signal
JP8:SB-LINK Creative PCI Sound Card Support
JP8 Pin Function No 1 Signal PIIXJP5 SB-LINK 6 GND NC Signal GND Signal
JP10 : System Acceleration
1-2 Turob: For 100MHz Turbo and other frequencies 1 1-2 Turbo 2-3 100MHz Normal Default: 2-3 100MHz Normal 2-3 100MHz Normal: For 100MHz Normal
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions.
III. Top Performance Test Setting:
The following performance data list is the testing results of some popular benchmark testing programs. Users have to modify the value for each item in chipset features as follow for top performance setting.
These data are just referred by users, and there is no responsibility for different testing data values gotten by users. (Different Hardware & Software configuration will result in different benchmark testing results.)
CPU DRAM CACHE SIZE DISPLAY STORAGE O.S. DRIVER
Pentium II processor 128 MB SDRAM (SEC KM48S8030BT-GH) 512 KB included in CPU GA-601 AGP Display Card (4MB SGRAM) Onboard IDE (IBM DHEA-38451) Windows NT 4.0 Display Driver at 1024 x 768 x 256 colors x 75Hz. TRIONES Bus Master IDE Driver 3.70
CPU mark32 FPU Winmark Business Disk Hi-End Disk Business Graphics Hi-End Graphics 33.3 36.9
Intel Pentium II
333MHz(66x5) 350MHz(100x3.5) 34.6 39.2
Table Of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.1. PREFACE.... 1-1 1.2. KEY FEATHERS.... 1-1 1.3. PERFORMANCE LIST.... 1-2 1.4. BLOCK DIAGRAM.... 1-3 1.5. INTRODUCE THE PENTIUM II PROCESSOR & AGP.. 1-4 1.6. WHAT IS AGP?.... 1-6
2.1. HARDWARE... 2-1 2.2. SOFTWARE.... 2-2 2.3. ENVIRONMENT.... 2-2
3.1. UNPACKING... 3-1 3.2. MAINBOARD LAYOUT... 3-2 3.3. QUICK REFERENCE FOR JUMPERS & CONNECTORS. 3-2 3.4. DRAM INSTALLATION... 3-6 3.5. CPU SPEED SETUP... 3-6 3.6. CMOS RTC & ISA CFG CMOS SRAM.. 3-7 3.7. SPEAKER CONNECTOR INSTALLATION.. 3-8 3.8. HARDWARE RESET SWITCH CONNECTOR INSTALLATION.. 3-8 3.9. POWER LED CONNECTOR INSTALLATION.. 3-8 3.10. IDE & ATAPI DEVICE INSTALLATION.. 3-8
1.4. BLOCK DIAGRAM
3.3V SDRAM DIMM Sockets Host Bus
66 / 66 / 100 MHz 100 MHz 33MHz 66 / 100 MHz
AGP Bus AGP
INTEL 82443BX CHIPSET
Ultra DMA/33 IDE Ports PCI Bus
33 MHz 33 MHz 48MHz 14.318MHz 24MHz
PIIX4 82371EB CHIPSET
USB Bus ISA Bus
LPT Port Floppy Port Keyboard PS/2 Mouse
1.5. INTRODUCE THE Pentium II Processor & AGP
Figure 1:Retention Mechanism & attach Mount
Figure 2:OEM Pentium II Processor
Figure 3:Heatsink / FAN & Heat sink support for OEM Pentium II Processor
Figure 4:Boxed Pentium II Processor & Heat sink support
1.6 What is AGP? ?
The Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) is a new port on the Host-To-PCI bridge device that supports an AGP port. The main purpose of the AGP port is to provide fast access to system memory. The AGP port can be used either as fast PCI port (32-bits at 66MHz vs.32-Bits at 33MHz) or as an AGP port which supports 2x data-rate, a read queue, and side band addressing. When the 2x-data rate is used the port can transmit data at 533MB/sec (66.6*2*4). The read-queue can be used to pipeline reads removing the effects of the reads-latency. Side band addressing can be used to transmit the data address on a separate line in order to speed up the transaction.
2.1. HARDWARE CPU SPEED
Pentium II processor MHz. 242 pins 66 / 100MHz slot1 on board. 66/100 MHz system speed. 66 MHz AGP bus speed. (133MHz 2xmode) 33 MHz PCI-Bus speed. 8 MHz AT bus speed.
3 banks 168 pins DIMM module sockets on board. Use 8 / 16 / 32 / 64 / 128 / 256 MB DIMM module
8 ~ 768MB SDRAM. Supports 3.3V SDRAM. Supports ECC or Non-ECC type DRAM.
32 KB L1 cache memory included in CPU. 256KB / 512 KB L2 cache memory included in CPU. Supports DIB speed mode for L2 Cache.
I/O BUS SLOTS
4 33MHz Master / Slave PCI-BUS. 3 8MHz 16 bits ISA BUS. 1 66MHz / 133MHz AGP bus.
2 Ultra DMA/33 Bus Master IDE channels onboard.
Support Mode 3,4 IDE & ATAPI CD ROM.
M DO NOT APPLY POWER TO THE BOARD IF IT HAS BEEN DAMAGED.
3.2. MAINBOARD LAYOUT
COM A SLOT5 SLOT3 SLOT1 BIOS PCI 4 PCI 3 PCI 2 PCI 1 AGP JP7 CPU LPT COM B USB JP1 PS/2
ATX Power SW 1 PWR FAN
SLOT6 SLOT4 SLOT2 JPSPK 1 HD 1 IR 1 1
BANK 0 BANK 1 BANK 2
DIMM 1 DIMM 2 DIMM 3 FLOPPY
IDE 2 IDE 1
GN SOFT GD PWR
3.3. QUICK REFERENCE FOR JUMPERS & CONNECTORS
t I/O Ports Connector
USB IDE 1 IDE 2 PS/2 PS/2 Floppy COM B COM A LPT
t Slot 1
USB port. For Primary IDE port. For Secondary IDE port. For PS/2 Keyboard port. For PS/2 Mouse port. For Floppy port For Serial port2 (COM B). For Serial port1 (COM A). For LPT port.
For Pentium II Processor installed
t GN : GN-SW
Normal Operation Enter Green Mode
Hardware Installation t HD : Hard Disk active LED (HD-LED)
LED ANODE (+) LED CATHODE (-)
t PWR FAN : CPU cooling FAN Power Connector
Pin No. 3
Function GND. +12V SENSE
t J15 : System After Ac Back
Soft Off Full On
t JP1 : Keyboard Power On Selection
Pin No. 1-2 2-3
Function Enabled Keyboard power on. Disabled Keyboard power on.
t RST : RESET Switch
Normal operation For Hardware Reset System
t PW LED : POWER ON LED ( PW-LED)
Function LED anode (+) LED cathode (-) LED cathode (-)
t JP10 : System Acceleration
1-2 short 2-3 short
For 100MHz Turbo and other frequencies For 100MHz Normal
6BXC t SPK : SPEAKER Connector
Pin No. 3 4
Function VCC NC. NC. Output
t Soft PWR : Soft Power Switch
Normal Operation Power On/Off
t JP7 : Wake on LAN Connector
Function +5VSB GND CTRL-Signal
t JP8 : For PCI Sound Card Connector
Pin No. 5 6
Function Signal GND NC Signal GND Signal
t IR: INFRARED Connector (OPTIONAL)
Pin No. 5
Function IR DATA OUTPUT GND IR DATA INPUT NC POWER
JP9 : 2*11PIN Jumper
GD JP9 1
PWR P+P-P- HD GN RES RKPS 1
PWR: Soft Power Connector Open: Normal Operation Short: Power On/Off RES: Reset Switch Open: Normal Operation Short: For Hardware Reset System P+P-P-: Power LED
PIN 1 : anode (+) PIN 2 : cathode (-) PIN 3 : cathode (-)
SPKR: Speaker Connector
PIN 1 : VCC PIN 2 : NC PIN 3 : NC PIN 4 : Data
HD: IDE Hard Disk Active LED
PIN 1: LED anode (+) PIN 2: LED cathode (-)
GN: Green Function Switch Open : Normal operation Short : Entering Green Mode GD: Green LED PIN 1 : LED anode (+) PIN 2 : LED cathode (-)
3.4. DRAM INSTALLATION
The main board can be installed with 8 / 16 / 32 / 64 / 128 / 256 MB 168 pins DIMM module DRAM, and the DRAM speed must be 67~100 MHz for SDRAM when system bus speed is set to 66MHz. When system bus speed is set to 100MHz, 100MHz SDRAM is required. The DRAM memory system on main board consists of bank 0, 1& bank 2. Since 168 pins DIMM module is 64 bits width, therefore 1 piece of DIMM module may match a 64 bits system. The total memory size is 8 MB ~ 768MB SDRAM. The DRAM installation position refer to Figure 3.1, and notice the Pin 1 of DIMM module must match with the Pin 1 of DIMM socket. Insert the DRAM DIMM module into the DIMM socket at Vertical angle. If there is a wrong direction of Pin 1, the DRAM DIMM module could not be inserted into socket completely.
3.5. CPU SPEED SETUP
The system bus speed can be set to 66.6 / 100MHz form the DIP SWITCH (SW1). The user can change the DIP SWITCH (SW2) selection to set up the CPU speed for different processors. The CPU speed must match with the frequency RATIO and Front Side Bus (FSB) speed. It will cause system hanging up if the frequency RATIO and FSB Speed do not match with the CPU.
DIP SWITCH (SW2)
FREQ. EXT.CLK. RATIO MHz (SW1) 100
AGP INT.CLK. MHz
Pentium II 233 MHz Pentium II 266 MHz Pentium II 300 MHz Pentium II 333 MHz Pentium II 366 MHz Pentium II 300 MHz Pentium II 350 MHz Pentium II 400 MHz Pentium II 450 MHz Pentium II 500 MHz Pentium II 550 MHz
1 OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF
2 OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF
3 ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
4 ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
M The CPU is a sensitive electric component and it can be easily
damaged by static electricity, so users must keep it away from metal surface when the CPU is installed onto main board.
3.6. CMOS RTC & ISA CFG CMOS SRAM
There're RTC & CMOS SRAM on board; they have a power supply from external battery to keep the DATA inviolate & effective. The RTC is a REALTIME CLOCK device, which provides the DATE & TIME to system. The CMOS SRAM is used for keeping the information of system configuration, so the system can automatically boot OS every time. Since the lifetime of internal battery is 5 years, the user can change a new Battery to replace old one after it cannot work. M Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. M Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. M Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions.
3.7. SPEAKER CONNECTOR INSTALLATION
There is a speaker in AT system for sound purpose. The 4 - Pins connector SPK is used to connect speaker.
3.8. HARDWARE RESET SWITCH CONNECTOR INSTALLATION
The RESET switch on panel provides users with HARDWARE RESET function. The system will do a cold start after the RESET switch is pushed and released by user. The RESET switch is a 2 PIN connector and should be installed to RST on main board.
3.9. POWER LED CONNECTOR INSTALLATION
System has Power LED lamp on the panel of case. The Power LED will light on off or flash to indicate which step on the system. The connector should be connected to PWR of main board in correct direction.
3.10. IDE & ATAPI DEVICE INSTALLATION
There are two-Enhanced PCI IDE ports (IDE1, IDE2) on board, following ATAPI standard SPEC. Any one IDE port can connected ATAPI devices (IDE Hard Disk, CD-ROM & Tape Driver), so total four devices can exist in a system. The HD is the active LED port for devices. which to two ATAPI ATAPI
3.11. PERIPHERAL DEVICE INSTALLATION
After the I/O device installation and jumpers setup, the main board can be mounted into the case and fixed by screw. To complete the main board installation, the peripheral device could be installed now. The basic system needs a display interface card. If the PCI - Bus device is to be installed in the system, any one of four PCI - Bus slots can be used.
3.12. KEYBOARD & PS/2 MOUSE INSTALLATION
The main board supports PS/2 Mouse (J2). The BIOS will auto detect whether the PS/2 Mouse is installed or not & assign IRQ12 for PS/2 Mouse port if it is installed. After installing the peripheral device, the user should check everything again, and prepare to power-on the system.
Award's BIOS ROM has a built-in Setup program that allows users to modify the basic system configuration. This type of information is stored in batterybacked CMOS SRAM so that it retains the Setup information when the power is turned off.
4.1. ENTERING SETUP
Power ON the computer and press <Del> immediately will allow you to enter Setup. If the message disappears before you respond and you still wish to enter Setup, restart the system to try again by turning it OFF then ON or pressing the "RESET" bottom on the system case. You may also restart by simultaneously press <Ctrl>, <Alt>, and <Del> keys.
4.2. CONTROL KEYS
Up arrow Down arrow Left arrow Right arrow Esc key Move to previous item Move to next item Move to the item in the left hand Move to the item in the right hand Main Menu - Quit and not save changes into CMOS Status Page Setup Menu and Option Page Setup Menu Exit current page and return to Main Menu Increase the numeric value or make changes Decrease the numeric value or make changes General help, only for Status Page Setup Menu and Option Page Setup Menu Change color from total 16 colors Reserved Reserved Restore the previous CMOS value from CMOS, only for Option Page Setup Menu Load the default CMOS value from BIOS default table, only for Option Page Setup Menu Load the default Reserved Reserved Save all the CMOS changes, only for Main Menu
PgUp key PgDn key F1 key F2 key F3 key F4 key F5 key F6 key F7 key F8 key F9 key F10 key
4.3. GETTING HELP
4.3.1. Main Menu The on-line description of the highlighted setup function is displayed at the bottom of the screen. 4.3.2. Status Page Setup Menu / Option Page Setup Menu Press F1 to pop up a small help window that describes the appropriate keys to use and the possible selections for the highlighted item. To exit the Help Window press <Esc>.
4.4. THE MAIN MENU
Once you enter Award BIOS CMOS Setup Utility, the Main Menu (Figure 4.1) will appear on the screen. The Main Menu allows you to select from nine setup functions and two exit choices. Use arrow keys to select among the items and press <Enter> to accept or enter the sub-menu.
Figure 4.1: Main Menu
Standard CMOS setup This setup page includes all the items in standard compatible BIOS. BIOS features setup This setup page includes all the items of Award special enhanced features. Chipset features setup This setup page includes all the items of chipset special features. Power management setup This setup page includes all the items of Green function features. PNP/PCI configuration This setup page includes all the configurations of PCI & PnP ISA resources. Load BIOS defaults BIOS Defaults indicates the most appropriate value of the system parameters that the system would be in safe configuration. Load Performance defaults Performance Defaults indicates the value of the system parameters that the system would be in the best performance configuration. Integrated peripherals This setup page includes all onboard peripherals. User password Change, set, or disable password. It allows you to limit access to the system and Setup, or just to Setup. IDE HDD auto detection Automatically configure hard disk parameters. Save & exit setup Save CMOS value settings to CMOS and exit setup. Exit without saving Abandon all CMOS value changes and exit setup.
4.5. STANDARD CMOS SETUP MENU
The items in Standard CMOS Setup Menu (Figure 4.2) are divided into 9 categories. Each category includes no, one or more than one setup items. Use the arrows to highlight the item and then use the <PgUp> or <PgDn> keys to select the value you want in each item.
Figure 4.2: Standard CMOS Setup Menu
Date The date format is <day>, <month> <date> <year>. day month date year The day, from Sun to Sat, determined by the BIOS and is display-only The month, Jan. through Dec. The date, from 1 to 31 (or the maximum allowed in the month) The year, from 1994 through 2079
Time The times format in <hour> <minute> <second>. The time is calculated base on the 24-hour military-time clock. For example, 1 p.m. is 13:00:00.
Primary HDDs / Secondary HDDs The category identifies the types of hard disk from drive C to F that has been installed in the computer. There are two types: auto type, and user definable type. User type is user-definable; Auto type which will automatically detect HDD type. Note that the specifications of your drive must match with the drive table. The hard disk will not work properly if you enter improper information for this category. If you select User Type, related information will be asked to enter to the following items. Enter the information directly from the keyboard and press <Enter>. Such information should be provided in the documentation form your hard disk vendor or the system manufacturer. CYLS. Number of cylinders HEADS number of heads PRECOMP write precomp LANDZONE Landing zone SECTORS number of sectors If a hard disk has not been installed select NONE and press <Enter>.
Drive A type / Drive B type The category identifies the types of floppy disk drive A or drive B that has been installed in the computer. None 360K, 5.25 in. 1.2M, 5.25 in. 720K, 3.5 in. 1.44M, 3.5 in. 2.88M, 3.5 in. No floppy drive installed 5.25 inch PC-type standard drive; 360K byte capacity. 5.25 inch AT-type high-density drive; 1.2M byte capacity (3.5 inch when 3 Mode is Enabled). 3.5 inch double-sided drive; 720K byte capacity 3.5 inch double-sided drive; 1.44M byte capacity. 3.5 inch double-sided drive; 2.88M byte capacity.
Floppy 3 Mode Support (for Japan Area) Disabled Drive A Drive B Both Normal Floppy Drive. Drive A is 3 mode Floppy Drive. Drive B is 3 mode Floppy Drive. Drive A & B are 3 mode Floppy Drives.
CPU Internal Cache / External Cache These two categories speed up memory access. However, it depends on CPU / chipset design. The default value is Enabled. Enabled Disabled Enable cache Disable cache
CPU L2 Cache ECC Checking The default value is Disabled. Enabled Disabled Enable CPU L2 Cache ECC Checking Disable CPU L2 Cache ECC Checking
Quick Power On Self Test This category speeds up Power On Self Test (POST) after you power on the computer. If it is set to Enable, BIOS will shorten or skip some check items during POST. The default value is Enabled. Enabled Disabled Enable quick POST Normal POST
CPU Update Data The default value is Enabled. Enabled Disabled Enable CPU Update Data Normal CPU Update Data
Boot From LAN First The default value is Enabled. Enabled Disabled Enable Boot From LAN First Function Disable Boot From LAN First Function
Boot Sequence This category determines which drive computer searches first for the disk operating system (i.e., DOS). Default value is A, C, SCSI. X1, X2, X3 System will first search for X1 disk drive then X2 disk drive and then X3 disk drive.
Swap Floppy Drive The default value is Disabled. Enabled Disabled Floppy A & B will be swapped under DOS Floppy A & B will be normal definition
VGA Boot From The default value is AGP. AGP PCI VGA Boot From AGP VGA Boot From PCI
Boot Up Floppy Seek During POST, BIOS will determine the floppy disk drive installed is 40 or 80 tracks. 360 K type is 40 tracks 720 K, 1.2 M and 1.44 M are all 80 tracks. The default value is Enabled. Enabled Disabled BIOS searches for floppy disk drive to determine it is 40 or 80 tracks. Note that BIOS can not tell from 720 K, 1.2 M or 1.44 M drive type as they are all 80 tracks BIOS will not search for the type of floppy disk drive by track number. Note that there will not be any warning message if the drive installed is 360 K
Boot Up NumLock Status The default value is On. On Off Keypad is number keys Keypad is arrow keys
Typematic Rate Setting The default value is Disabled. Enabled Disabled Enable Keyboard Typematic rate setting. Disable Keyboard Typematic rate setting.
Typematic Rate (Chars / Sec) The default value is 6. 6-30 Set the maximum Typematic rate from 6 chars. Per second to 30 chars. Per second.
Typematic Delay (Msec) The default value is 250. 250-1000 Set the time delay from first key to repeat the same key in to computer.
Security Option This category allows you to limit access to the system and Setup, or just to Setup. The default value is Setup. System The system can not boot and can not access to Setup page will be denied if the correct password is not entered at the prompt The system will boot, but access to Setup will be denied if the correct password is not entered at the prompt
M To disable security, select PASSWORD SETTING at Main Menu and
then you will be asked to enter password. Do not type anything and just press <Enter>, it will disable security. Once the security is disabled, the system will boot and you can enter Setup page freely.
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop The default value is Disabled. Enabled Disabled For having Video Card on ISA Bus and VGA Card on PCI Bus. For VGA Card only.
Assign IRQ For VGA The default value is Enabled. Enabled Disabled Assign a specific IRQ for VGA No IRQ is assigned for VGA
OS Select For DRAM>64MB The default value is Non-OS2. Non-OS2 OS2 Using non-OS2 operating system. Using OS2 operating system and DRAM>64MB.
Video BIOS Shadow It determines whether video BIOS is able to copy to RAM, however, it is optional from chipset design. Video Shadow will increase the video speed. The default value is Enabled. Enabled Disabled Video shadow is enabled Video shadow is disabled
4.7. CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP
Figure 4.4: Chipset Features Setup * This item will show up when CPUFan Control set to Enabled.
EDO CASx# MA Wait State The default value is 2 Set EDO CASx# MA Wait State to 1. Set EDO CASx# MA Wait State to 2.
EDO RASx# Wait State The default value is 2 Set EDO RASx# Wait State to 1. Set EDO RASx# Wait State to 2.
SDRAM CAS latency Time The default value is Auto Auto For 67 / 83 MHz SDRAM DIMM module. For 100 MHz SDRAM DIMM module. CAS latency time will be set automatically if you have SPD on SDRAM
DRAM Data Integrity Mode This value will depend on the DRAM type. Non-ECC ECC For 64bit standard type DIMM module. For 72bit ECC type DIMM module.
System BIOS Cacheable The default value is Enabled. Enabled Disabled Enable System BIOS Cacheable. Disable System BIOS Cacheable.
Video BIOS Cacheable The default value is Enabled. Enabled Disabled Enable video BIOS Cacheable. Disable video BIOS Cacheable.
Video RAM Cacheable The default value is Disabled. Disabled Enabled Disable this function. Enable this function to get better VGA performance; while some brands of VGA must be disabled this function (e.g.ET4000W32P).
16 Bit I/O Recovery Time
The default value is 1. 1-4 NA Set 16 Bit I/O recovery time from 1 to 4. None.
4.9. PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION
Figure 4.6: PCI Slot Configuration * This item will show up when Used MEM base addr has been set.
PNP OS Installed The default value is No. Yes No Enable PNP OS Installed function. Disable PNP OS Installed function.
Resources Controlled by The default value is Manual. Manual Auto User can set the PnP resource (I/O Address, IRQ & DMA channels) used by legacy ISA DEVICE. BIOS automatically use these PnP rescuers.
Reset Configuration Data The default value is Disabled. Disabled Enabled Disable this function. Enable clear PnP information in ESCD.
IRQ (3,4,5,7,9,10,11,12,14,15), DMA(0,1,3,5,6,7) assigned to The default value is "Legacy ISA" or "PCI/ISA PnP". Legacy ISA PCI/ISA PnP The resource is used by Legacy ISA device. The resource is used by PCI/ISA PnP device (PCI or ISA).
Used MEM base addr. The default value is N/A. N/A C800 ~ DC00 Disable the MEM. block using. Select the MEM. block starting address.
Used MEM Length The default value is 8K. 8K ~ 64K Select the MEM. block size.
Assign IRQ For USB The default value is Enabled. Enabled Disabled Assign a specific IRQ for USB No IRQ is assigned for USB
4.10. LOAD BIOS DEFAULTS
Figure 4.7: Load BIOS Defaults
Load BIOS Defaults To load BIOS defaults value to CMOS SRAM, enter "Y". If not, enter "N".
4.11. LOAD PERFORMANCE DEFAULTS
Figure 4.8: Load PERFORMANCE Defaults
Load PERFORMANCE Defaults To load PERFORMANCE defaults value to CMOS SRAM, enter "Y". If not, enter "N".
4.12. INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS
Figure 4.9: Integrated Peripherals * This item will show up when Keyboard Power On: Multikey is selected.
IDE HDD Block Mode The default value is Enabled. Enabled Disabled Enable IDE HDD Block Mode Disable IDE HDD Block Mode
IDE Primary Master PIO (for onboard IDE 1st channel). The default value is Auto. Auto Mode0~4 BIOS will automatically detect the IDE HDD Accessing mode. Manually set the IDE Accessing mode.
IDE Primary Slave PIO (for onboard IDE 1st channel). The default value is Auto. Auto Mode0~4 BIOS will automatically detect the IDE HDD Accessing mode. Manually set the IDE Accessing mode.
IDE Secondary Master PIO (for onboard IDE 2nd channel). The default value is Auto. Auto Mode0~4 BIOS will automatically detect the IDE HDD Accessing mode. Manually set the IDE Accessing mode.
IDE Secondary Slave PIO (for onboard IDE 2nd channel). The default value is Auto. Auto Mode0~4 BIOS will automatically detect the IDE HDD Accessing mode. Manually set the IDE Accessing mode.
IDE Primary Master UDMA. The default value is Auto. Auto Disabled BIOS will automatically detect the IDE HDD Accessing mode. Disable UDMA function.
IDE Primary Slave UDMA. The default value is Auto. Auto Disabled BIOS will automatically detect the IDE HDD Accessing mode. Disable UDMA function.
IDE Secondary Master UDMA. The default value is Auto. Auto Disabled BIOS will automatically detect the IDE HDD Accessing mode. Disable UDMA function.
Keyboard Power on The default value is Disabled. Disabled Multikey Disable Keyboard Power on. Enter multikey combination to Power on system.
M you can choose to power on your system by entering password and then pressing the ENTER key from your keyboard.
4.13. USER PASSWORD
When you select this function, the following message will appear at the
center of the screen to assist you in creating a password.
Figure 4.10: Password Setting Type the password, up to eight characters, and press <Enter>. The password typed now will clear the previously entered password from CMOS memory. You will be asked to confirm the password. Type the password again and press <Enter>. To disable password, just press <Enter> when you are prompted to enter password. A message PASSWORD DISABLED will appear to confirm the password being disabled. Once the password is disabled, the system will boot and you can enter Setup freely. If you select System at Security Option in BIOS Features Setup Menu, you will be prompted for the password every time the system is rebooted or any time you try to enter Setup Menu. If you select Setup at Security Option in BIOS Features Setup Menu, you will be prompted only when you try to enter Setup.
4.14. IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION
Figure 4.11: IDE HDD Auto Detection Type "Y" will accept the H.D.D. parameter reported by BIOS. Type "N" will keep the old H.D.D. parameter setup. If the hard disk cylinder number is over 1024, then the user can select LBA mode or LARGER mode for DOS partition larger than 528 MB.
4.15. SAVE & EXIT SETUP
Figure 4.12: Save & Exit Setup Type "Y" will quit the Setup Utility and save the user setup value to RTC CMOS SRAM. Type "N" will return to Setup Utility.
4.16. EXIT WITHOUT SAVING
Figure 4.13: Exit Without Saving Type "Y" will quit the Setup Utility without saving to RTC CMOS SRAM. Type "N" will return to Setup Utility.
FCC Compliance Statement:
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Per FCC Part 2 Section 2. 1077(a)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with 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 residential installations. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio Eric Lu communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television equipment 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:
Responsible Party Name: G.B.T. INC. Address: 18305 Valley Blvd., Suite#A LA Puent, CA 91744 Phone/Fax No: (818) 854-9338/ (818) 854-9339 hereby declares that the product Product Name: Mother Board Model Number: GA-6BXC Conforms to the following specifications: FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Section 15.107(a) and Section 15.109(a), Class B Digital Device Supplementary Information: This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any inference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. ERIC LU Representative Person's Name: Signature: Date: May. 27, 1998
-Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna -Move the equipment away from the receiver -Plug the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected -Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions You are cautioned that any change or modifications to the equipment not expressly approve by the party responsible for compliance could void Your authority to operate such equipment. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subjected to the following two conditions 1) this device may not cause harmful interference and 2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Declaration of Conformity
We, Manufacturer/Importer (full address) G.B.T. Technology Trding GMbH Ausschlager Weg 41, 1F, 20537 Hamburg, Germany declare that the product ( description of the apparatus, system, installation to which it refers) Mother Board GA-6BXC is in conformity with (reference to the specification under which conformity is declared) in accordance with 89/336 EEC-EMC Directive
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